If you or a loved one are struggling with alcohol or drug addiction, or you have questions about our programs, call us today at 866.686.7867 to get the help needed as soon as possible. Our experienced staff is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We are a Colorado drug rehab with a compassionate and expert staff that is in-network with most insurances.
Evaluation + Detox
Harmony offers a short-term residential evaluation and detox program. During their stay, patients receive medically monitored detox to break their physical dependence on substances in a safe setting while their need for further care is evaluated.
Our primary addiction treatment tracks are our men’s, women’s, and young adults’ programs. These gender-separate programs allow individuals to receive treatment that is tailored to their needs within a healing environment.
Taking advantage of Harmony’s special location, our young adult track provides treatment to people ages 18 to 23. We use of a number of experiential therapies that help clients connect with nature while they develop a new sense of who they are apart from substance use.
Harmony is committed to the healing of both our clients and their families. The healing of one facilitates the healing of the other. Our family support program enables families to move forward in recovery by helping them reestablish trusting relationships.
ReCommitment to Recovery
The ReCommitment to Recovery Program is a short-term residential treatment program for individuals who have relapsed within one year of discharge from a comprehensive, accredited 12-Step-based residential treatment program, such as Harmony’s primary treatment program.
Our concern for our clients does not end when they finish residential treatment. Our continuing care program—Harmony Aftercare—provides ongoing support services for those who have completed our residential program. This service is available at no cost to clients and their family members.
I have found who I am, what I want to be, and the power of hope … Life takes work and life is very interesting … In the end, some of your greatest pains become your greatest strengths.
- Shawn B.
Today I am celebrating a miracle. I have been sober one year. I have no idea why God blessed me and led me to Harmony, but I can never thank you enough.
- Susie S.
Through faith in a higher power, I found stamina. Through surrender, I learned how to get out of my own way. Harmony taught me a manner of living that saves me from me every day.
- Ray R.
I found purpose, hope, and community. The seemingly small spark uncovered through the power of sharing, understanding, and learning to be vulnerable has grown into a much brighter light.
- Jessica S.
I will be forever grateful to Harmony and to all of you for guiding me through one of the most difficult periods of my life. You are all a class act and I love you dearly.
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Nestled on a 43 acre campus in the Rocky Mountains just outside of Estes Park, Colorado, Harmony Foundation is one of the longest running and most successful drug and alcohol treatment centers in the world.