Denver Springs Inpatient Program Review
Denver Springs is a mental health and addiction treatment facility that caters to adolescents and adults. Programming at this facility includes inpatient and outpatient tracks, along with specialized plans for veterans and members of the military. The inpatient program caters to adults dealing with mental health issues, addiction or a dual diagnosis. Detox is available as well. Programming consists of evidence-based approaches and holistic modalities.
Accommodations and Food
There are 96 beds for inpatient clients throughout the facility. Every bedroom is shared with one other person and has an en suite bathroom. Common spaces throughout campus include an activity room, shared computer room, full gym and community room that offers a beverage station. The private facility also offers courtyards and covered patios, with some outdoor spaces reserved for smokers.
Denver Springs has a cafeteria that serves three meals a day. Clients are presented with several options per meal time. There are also an array of different beverage options, including coffee and tea. Snacks are drinks are set out throughout the day in the units.
Treatment and Staff
Upon arrival at Denver Springs, clients undergo an assessment that determines whether they are suited for the inpatient track, or can be placed in an outpatient program. Out of the assessment information clients are presented with a customized treatment plan.
Within 24 hours of admission clients have a psychiatric evaluation and a medical exam. This also includes clients establishing what their goals are for treatment. Staff is able to make arrangements through each client’s job or school so that they are able to maintain their employment and education after they leave the program.
Each day includes several group sessions. These include process, recreational activities, psychoeducation and family education. The units are divided into categories: mental health, addiction and dual diagnosis. These tracks target specific issues and foster different coping skills and tools. Clients also receive medication management.
In addition to approaches like CBT, Solution Focused Therapy, mindfulness based CBT, and trauma informed care, clients also receive support through a program called Cognit, which is a web based therapy program. In addition, clients in the co-occurring disorder treatment use a program called Good Days Ahead, a Hazelden Co-Occurring Disorder Program. These online programs are provided for clients up to a year after they complete treatment.
Staff includes Master’s-level therapists, CADCs, LPCs, psychiatrists, physicians and nurses.
There is a weekly alumni meeting at the facility. Clients and their families can enjoy a meal together on the weekend.
Some additional elements to this treatment program includes pet therapy, yoga, Tai Chi, and daily exercise.
Denver Springs’ inpatient program uses new technologies and holistic approaches. Clients learn new skills and how to take care of themselves during and after the program. This is a comprehensive program in a new and comfortable facility that offers a series of activities and therapies not offered in many other programs.
Denver Springs Location
8835 American Way
Englewood, CO 80112
Denver Springs Cost
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