All Kinds of News for July 15, 2020
BOULDER, COLO. [July 13, 2020] – Choice House, a residential and transitional program for men struggling with substance use, co-occurring mental health and trauma, recently increased its occupancy maximum in response to growing demand.
The uncertainty and isolation associated with the COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult for many, driving a heightened need for therapists and counseling programs and resulting in a three-month waitlist for the transitional program at Choice House. By adding three beds, Choice House may host up to 30 residents at one time.
“We could not be more happy to increase our ability to assist more young men on their journey to recovery and purpose,” said Jordan Hamilton, Executive Director and co-owner of Choice House. “During these trying times, our core values of community and connection are needed more than ever.”
Choice House strives to make addiction treatment as accessible as possible, integrating the ability to work with insurance carriers for its 90-day residential treatment and intensive outpatient programs, which can significantly reduce treatment cost while helping to ensure the comprehensive support needed to achieve lasting sobriety. Men with substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health disorders may choose from several treatment options, including a 90-day residential treatment program, intensive outpatient program, and a structured sober living community.
About Choice House
Colorado-based Choice House is Colorado’s premier provider of 90-day residential treatment, long-term structured sober living, and intensive outpatient services (IOP). The treatment center helps support those on their road to lasting recovery with a strong focus on the beautiful Colorado outdoors.