Director of Admissions
Kelly Corn
Admissions Phone
Physical Address
2000 21st Street
Boulder, CO
aimhouse.com
AIM House creates opportunities for young adults to discover independence, personal responsibility and fulfillment, in an environment that cultivates integrity, purposeful action, and rewarding, empowered relationships with self, family and community. We create opportunities by. . . BUILDING a foundation for independent living by providing guidance in life skills, vocational goals, and academic interests. SUPPORTING young adults and their families through the difficult stages of incremental change modeling collaborative & meaningful relationships. WORKING through resistances to change and intervening to disrupt destructive repetition. CREATING, staff and participants together, a safe recovery environment as reflected in the rules and commitments of participants. PURSUING a multifaceted, multi-disciplinary and research supported approach to recovery, healing and growth, inviting open dialogue amongst the staff. EMPOWERING staff to make decisions within a clear framework of roles and responsibilities in a sustainable model. We have two different houses to help young adults begin their lives and achieve their goals in a real-world urban setting. We believe that people can change self-destructive behavior, cultivate awareness, and gradually become accountable to themself.

General Information

Private Company - Owners On-Site
AIM House LLC
Madelife
Privately Owned
AIM House

Transitional Living / Community Based Support

No
17.5 - 30

Program

Executive Functioning or Social or Life Skills
Failure to launch
Sober Community
Supportive College Environment
Yes
25 Hours
Yes
Typical Vacations (holidays, summer, etc)
As participants move through phases, home visits increase
Yes
Urban
We offer unstructured and structured communication
Private Pay
Apartment Living: Support staff on call
Dorms: Support staff on call
Houses: Live in support staff
Houses: Support staff on call
Participants live in house initially

Therapy

Provided as Part of Program
Yes
Onsite
Offsite
Other

Technology

Hardwired Computers
Students have Laptops and unlimited Internet Access
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Cell phones are allowed after Orientation Phase

Education

College University or Community
University of Colorado, Naropa University, Front Range Community College, Bauman College
www.colorado.edu/recoverycenter

Staff

1:7
Yes
Yes

Nuts & Bolts

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Denver International Airport [DEN]
1 Hours
Yes
No
6 Months
7 Months
Private / Self Pay
Breakout Billing For Insurance
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1 Hours

Sober Living Houses

Yes
Yes
Public
Can bring your own Vehicle
Finding Meetings: Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Narcotics Anonymous (NA), Cocaine Anonymous (CA)
Weekly
Yes
Yes
Apartment Living: Support staff on call
Dorms: Support staff on call
Houses: Support staff on call
Private Pay

Staff

1:5
N/A
Yes
Yes

Accreditation

N/A

Nuts & Bolts

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Private / Self Pay
Breakout Billing For Insurance
Denver International Airport [DEN]
1 Hours
No
1 Months
5 Months
N/A
0 Hours
Mission Statement
We strive to connect participants with their personal hopes and dreams for the future and to cultivate the awareness that they are ultimately responsible for their own lives.