Peak View assists people of all ages who need help with behavioral health and substance use problems. Our work begins while the client is under our care, whether as a resident in our facility or in our outpatient clinic. Following our carefully assessed and individualized treatment program, we work closely with the client’s local care providers to ensure that treatment continues after discharge.
Our mental health program offers clients a wide range of treatment options to fit their level of need and lifestyle. Our inpatient program provides assessment and diagnosis of clients of all ages in crisis situations, followed by inpatient treatment at our facility in Colorado Springs. During inpatient treatment, clients are seen by our psychiatrist-led clinical team who will provide care, support, and medication as necessary. The ultimate goal is moving the client through a series of less intensive treatment levels as their condition improves.
During treatment, clients experience:
Upon completion of our program, clients will be referred to approved care providers near their home who will continue treatment as part of our ongoing mental health service.
At Peak View, we treat substance use disorder and addiction by treating the whole person. Our medically-monitored program uses evidence-based approaches along with the Hazelden/Betty Ford COR-12 Program for Opioid Dependence.
Upon or prior to admission, clients will receive a comprehensive assessment by one of our licensed addiction professionals. This will give our staff insight into how best to build a personalized recovery plan. Addiction treatment is different for everyone, and we believe that understanding the reasons that led to the addiction will help us help our clients build resiliency and a long-lasting recovery.
The comprehensive addiction recovery program at Peak View includes:
At Peak View, we treat all forms of chemical-based addiction, including alcoholism and drug addiction (heroin, opiates, cocaine, meth, prescription drugs, etc.) in a non-judgmental environment.
Mental health services are available at Peak View in both inpatient and outpatient settings for adolescents as young as 12. Led by our highly-trained psychiatrist, our team consists of master’s-level therapists, nurses, and mental health technicians. Following initial assessments, children in a program will begin a treatment plan that includes medication management, a therapeutic living environment, and smooth transition to less intensive levels of care.
Outpatient services are available for adolescents who have graduated from the inpatient program or who do not need the level of care of an inpatient program.
Our intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization program provides adolescents and adults with treatment options for mental health and addiction use issues that do not require an inpatient setting. The IOP meets three hours per day, for three days a week and includes:
The outpatient program is designed for clients who can independently handle many aspects of their life without round-the-clock monitoring, but who need more intense work beyond standard talk therapy.
We understand that addiction and mental health issues affect more than just the primary client. The entire family suffers as well, and the home environment often needs to change to promote the client’s long-lasting recovery and wellness.
When appropriate, and with the permission of the client, family members are invited to attend visiting hours while their loved one is in treatment. Educational programming, to help the family members better understand how to help their loved ones, is also available.