OBH Licensed Agency - We Accept Medicaid !
For Addiction and Trauma, an evidence-based therapy developed to improve coping skills and strengthen stabilization, especially for those dealing with the often-co-occurring diagnoses of trauma and substance abuse. including domestic violence
Care management facilitates the achievement of client wellness and autonomy through advocacy, assessment, planning, communication, education, resource management, and service facilitation. Based on the needs and values of the client, and in collaboration with all service providers
The T.O.P program works to serve transwomen including nonbinary in our community by promoting safer sex practices providing condoms, lube and information to encourage safer sex. Facilitating monthly peer to peer groups about trans health care ,behavioral health and substance abuse the T.O.P. program promotes wellness and recovery through education and peer support.
A Women's Way Through the Twelve Steps
A relapse can’t be contained to one single event. It is an ongoing process that is experienced by a person in recovery and marked by significant red flags or warning signs. These warning signs can cause a person to return to their drug or alcohol abuse. A relapse prevention plan is a great tool that can be used to recognize and manage the warning signs of relapse and sustain a healthy, sober lifestyle.
DUI LEVEL I & II EDUCATION / THERAPY classes
We provide screening, education, and counseling for women & transwomen convicted of first-time or repeat driving under the influence (DUI) offenses.
The purpose of the Outpatient Restoration Program is to provide competency restoration education services to individuals involved in the criminal justice system and deemed by a court to be incompetent to proceed.
Habilitation Empowerment Recovery
A culturally proficient, strength-based, and trauma-informed group counseling intervention designed for African American women who are engaged in problematic substance use and involved in the criminal justice system. Although HER focuses primarily on the experiences of African Americans, clinical experience suggests it may be delivered effectively to other women of color who share comparable experiences of racial or ethnic discrimination and negative cultural stereotypes, including some individuals of Hispanic or Latino ancestry.,
Colorado Association of Recovery Residences (CARR) Certified
We are dedicated to removing barriers to recovery by providing a safe, trauma informed transitional sober living environment for women and transwomen. The lack of a stable, alcohol and drug free living environment can be a serious obstacle to sustained abstinence along with destructive living environments which can derail recovery for even the highly motivated
Aurora Rahab Office: 720-287-0660
Denver Rahab Office: 303-993-4360
The Don’t Look Back Center, in collaboration with Second Chance Center staff coordinate with the Denver Sheriff Department staff to provide the maximum amount of wrap around services to pre-release and post release clients released from Denver City & County Jail to improve the quality of life for every person who comes to us for help. Success is different for every person, and each person has a different timeline.
Volunteers are recruited from all walks of life and bring with them a recovery, cultural, economic, and educational perspective that adds diversity. Volunteers are college students, interns, individuals in early or long-term recovery, retired professionals, allies, and individuals providing community service hours or probation requirements