Our primary residential addiction treatment program consists of the men’s and women’s tracks. These tracks conducted separately, with men and women living and receiving treatment in separate facilities. This allows us to address the underlying issues that affect each differently that contribute to the disease of addiction.
Mornings focus on group-based therapy, while afternoons are set aside for educational offerings. Individually, clients meet weekly with a primary therapist and a case manager. Additional optional services are available as well, such as an opiate support and LGBTQ+ group. Clients also attend 12-Step meetings daily.
Harmony’s setting among the mountains plays a critical role in the recovery process we provide. The raw energy of the Rockies releases the guilt and stress of addiction, providing an opportunity for healing. Many connect with or renew their spirituality, learning to trust in a higher power.
Clients diagnosed with mental health disorders, such as anxiety, depression, bipolar, and other trauma-related responses, meet with appropriate staff. Clinical staff work with clients to teach healthy coping skills while the medical team provide medication management