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Peaks Recovery is a place where you can heal, reconnect, and begin practicing new healthy behaviors.

Table of Contents

  1. How long is the residential rehab?
  2. Types Of Therapy
  3. What's included in the Treatment Program?
  4. Activities in the Rehab Program
  5. What is Residential Rehab?
  6. Who can Residential Treatment help?

Addiction Treatment Program Tracks

30 Day Program

60 Day Program

90 Day Program

Depending on age demographics, Peaks' programming has established different off-ramps to support you or your loved one's recovery roadmap. Meaning, not all individuals have the ability to do 90 straight days of treatment. Some individuals have time off from work restrictions, others have limitations due to having children in their lives, while many young adults on the other hand have the time to do an extended treatment episode up-to 90 days

Addiction Therapy We Offer

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) focuses on the modification of dysfunctional emotions, behaviors, and thoughts by exposing negative or irrational beliefs that commonly accompany an addicted person's justification for the maladaptive behaviors associated with drug and alcohol addiction. CBT aims to assess whether these harmful thoughts depict reality and, if they don't, employ strategies to…

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Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) provides therapeutic skills in four key areas: Mindfullness Distress Emotion Regulation Interpersonal Effectiveness Though this treatment modality was first developed to treat Borderline Personality Disorder it is also used to treat: addiction, PTSD, and more…

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Motivational Interviewing (MI)

Motivational Interviewing (MI) is generally utilized as a short term therapeutic intervention and is one of the most common evidenced based approaches used to evoke change. The clinician encourages patients to discuss their need for change and reasons for change and the clinician then reflects back the patient's reasoning and motivation for change so that the patient can hear the appropriateness of their reasoning…

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EMDR Trauma Therapy

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a nontraditional therapy—like CBT, DBT, etc.—that uses a patient's own rapid, rhythmic eye movements to treat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), panic disorders, eating disorders, addictions, and anxiety with the primary goal being to weaken the negative emotions associated with disturbing memories that might otherwise create a debilitating response.

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Somatic Experience (SE)

Somatic Experience (SE) is among the newest evidenced based approaches for treating PTSD and other trauma related disorders. SE focuses on the restoring of the central nervous system back to equilibrium to give the individual a greater sense of safety. The idea being that someone suffering from PTSD and trauma will experience sustained healing when the nervous system regains equilibrium.

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Relapse Prevention Therapy (RPT)

Relapse Prevention Therapy (RPT) is a common cognitive behavioral therapy approach that is designed to teach individuals who are trying to maintain changes in their behavior how to anticipate and cope with the problem of relapse. As the saying goes, the relapse happens prior to the actual use of drugs or alcohol. RPT seeks to address the reality of the relapse before it happens.

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How Our Treatment Program Works

All residents at Peaks Recovery Center ensues a treatment plan specifically tailored for them. Not only does our expert team assess the medical history, exhibiting symptoms and substance use, we will also identify the person’s innate strengths and challenges. We also account for family relationships as well as goals they may have for the future. This therapeutic program is designed for the individual to comfortably start helping themselves. Through empowerment, investment and ownership the will endeavor down this new beginning of recovery.

We Want to Treat the Person, Not the Symptoms

Our highly accredited staff understands how important it is to recognize each person that comes into our program as an individual. All programs are created to find the most appropriate methods for helping each person in a lasting way. Whether one has a mental health disorder, substance use disorder, or both, we strive to address their emotional, physical, mental, spiritual, and social needs. Our traditional and holistic approaches together allow empower residents to accomplish long term recovery.

Peaceful Non-hospital Campus

Treatment at Peaks Recovery is spread across 12.5 acres with three licensed homes exceeding 5k sq ft in size that provides space and comfort for our residents. Our campus’s rich outdoor scenery and atmosphere is well facilitative to healing and inspires both the men and women in our care to connect with their surroundings while partaking in their treatment.



Do you suffer from anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, or trauma? In many instances, these underlying co-occurring mental health disorders are the primary drivers of addictive behavior. To address these root disorders it is of the utmost importance to address cravings and other physiological symptoms associated with prolonged use of drugs and alcohol. Once the physiological symptoms associated with abusing drugs and alcohol have subsided, the real work begins.


Untreated PTSD and trauma can leave a person feeling unsafe. A sense of safety and belonging can be found in drugs and alcohol.

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Manic episodes related to bi-polar disorder are difficult to treat due to the grandiosity/ euphoria people experience with this mental health disorder.

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Society often conflates depression with sadness, but they are distinctly different. Drugs and alcohol are consumed to momentarily lift a person out of the depressive state.

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Anxiety is your body’s natural response to stress. Prolonged anxiety responses are debilitating and drugs and alcohol can provide short term relief.

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Each addiction, like each person, is unique. Therefore, individual treatment plans are tailored in regards to the individual's assessment, needs, and goals. This can ensure a successful recovery.


Comprehensive assessment
Detailed treatment plan
24-hour staffing
Dedicated medical team
Medication management
Daily physician visits


Individual Therapy
Group Therapy
Recreational Therapy
Family Programming
Life Skills Development


Nutritional Meals
Transportation in program
Case management & discharge planning
Beautiful campus style living environment


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What is Residential Drug & Alcohol Rehab?

Residential drug and alcohol rehab is the more commonly referenced language in the addiction treatment industry referring to a more elaborate type of treatment for drug and alcohol addiction. In a residential drug and alcohol rehab program, participants typically live on-site at a licensed residential rehab center where they have access to 24/7 medical and clinical care. Peaks Recovery Centers' residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation center offers dedicated, onsite medical and clinical professionals to balance both physiological and psychological needs.

Who Can Residential Rehab Help?

Often times, ambivalence about having a substance use disorder or mental health disorder in the first place must be overcome to do the core work necessary to directionally achieve long term recovery—this is true for most individuals regardless of how many treatment episodes they've experienced. An inpatient treatment setting is fully staffed in ways that an intensive outpatient treatment setting is not, giving each patient the greatest potential to recognize the need for change in their life. Rather than debating recovery from their home environment, an inpatient drug and alcohol rehab center puts staff in front of the patient everyday to support their needs and direction of care. Without this support, ambivalence can quickly elevate leaving the patient with no tools to navigate their addictive behaviors and underlying mental health issues. A residential addiction treatment setting is best suited to support an individual who has ambivalence or is in need of intensive clinical and medical support.

What To Look for In an Inpatient Treatment Center

The first thing you need to be aware of when looking for an inpatient treatment center is the amount of medical support the treatment center has onsite. Peaks Recovery employs a team of medical professionals that are not contracted to work with other providers. This helps build a treatment culture that is not fragmented. Any treatment program purporting to be an inpatient program should have 24/7 medical nursing support with onsite physicians throughout the week. If the treatment program is “bussing” patients back and forth between a sober home and an office, this is not an inpatient program. Peaks Recovery's inpatient residential treatment center has a campus for each of our men and women programs. All clinical interventions should be performed by a licensed therapist as well.

How To Find A Rehab Center Near Me

There are only a handful of fully licensed providers that offer a full continuum of care. Peaks Recovery Centers is a premier rehab facility offering medical detox, inpatient and residential addiction treatment services, partial hospitalization and outpatient levels of care. No matter where you are within the state of Colorado we can accommodate transportation to our facility making our facility accessible from all corners of the state. We are also a great option if you are seeking to get as far away from your home city/state as possible. We will happily pick you up from the airport and ensure that you get to us in a safe and convenient manner.