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Information About Assessments at Peak View
An Overview

What Is an Assessment?

This is the first step towards improving your overall well-being. An assessment is a clinical interview to determine what type of behavioral health services are most appropriate. A mastered prepared clinician will ask about current concerns as well as past medical and mental health history. If applicable, any drug and/or alcohol abuse will be assessed. Family members or a friend may be present during the assessment process, as this may be helpful for assistance and support.

This assessment is used to determine which programs or services would be most beneficial. At Peak View, we offer a variety of program options to support mental health, substance abuse, and dual diagnosis. Our programs include inpatient, outpatient, partial programs, detox, and more. Once the assessment is complete, our clinician will consult with our Psychiatrist regarding the recommended level of care and determine the appropriate course of treatment.


How Do I Schedule an Assessment?

Contact our Admissions Team directly at 719-444-8484. A clinician will take your call, ask a series of questions, and determine if a face-to-face assessment is the appropriate next step. Our goal is to schedule the assessment as soon as possible. Free and confidential assessments are available 24/7. Same day appointments are highly encouraged.

View our Fax Referral Form.

Reasons to Schedule an Assessment

If you are having difficulty at school, work or home due to mental health or substance use issues or are exhibiting symptoms such as:

  • Suicidal/homicidal thoughts
  • Self-harm behaviors
  • Aggressive/threatening/assaultive behaviors
  • Depression
  • Anxiety/Panic
  • Trauma
  • Severe stress
  • Risk of relapse on drugs and/or alcohol
  • Substance Abuse and/or misuse
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Hearing voices/seeing things others can’t hear or see
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder


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