Evolve Website Launch for Boulder, CO, Program
(Boulder, CO) The Evolve program, created by AIM House Co-Founder Danny Conroy and Executive Director Kelly Corn, is excited to announce the launch of the Evolve website. Evolve serves young adults by offering an individually curated approach to support. It provides access to a wide variety of therapeutic services, recovery support, mentoring, life coaching, a peer community, madelife, and more.
“After shaping Evolve for over three years into what it is today, we are so excited to finally launch EvolveBoulder.com and share what this experience is all about,” explained Co-Founder Danny Conroy. “Evolve has been operating for years under the umbrella of AIM House, and grew out of the need for structured and individualized support. The addition of the Evolve program allows young adults to directly enter into the community-based program, where appropriate, without first going through residential. For some people, traditional aftercare may be too structured, and Evolve creates a space for that demographic to still get the support they need in a way that works for them.” The goal of Evolve is to bring a sense of community and belonging into each participant’s life. There are group activities like dinners, movies, paintball, hiking, sports, art activities, and more, those who are looking for opportunities to connect will find a supportive community in Boulder.
For more information call 303-554-0011 and check out the new Evolve website at www.evolveboulder.com.
About Evolve Boulder
Founded three years ago under the parent program, AIM House (founded in 1999) to individualize treatment and recovery options for participants at AIM House, Evolve Boulder is now its own stand-alone option with its own website allow for any young adult to participate in a wide variety of services and support the needs of the clients. For more information about the founders, Mae Martin, Danny Conroy, or Kelly Corn or to learn about personalized options, visit https://www.evolveboulder.com/our-history