Lakewood, Colorado, United States

AspenRidge Recovery


(1 Reviews)

Insurance Accepted

Cash Pay Rate

30 days-1 year
Substance Use
Co-Occurring Mental Health
AspenRidge Recovery provides a comfortable sober living environment for its clients while attending an intensive outpatient program (IOP).
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Levels of Care

Mental health is a complex health condition that requires a comprehensive, patient-centered approach to treatment that ensures you receive the appropriate care at the right time, based on your individual needs.
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Typically the initial stage of treatment for substance use, focusing on medically supervised management of withdrawal symptoms.
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An intensive program offering 24 hour care and a variety of therapeutic services in a residential setting.
Sober Living
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Transitional housing designed to support individuals recovering from substance use disorders offering a safe, supportive and structured environment for practicing long-term sobriety, while reintegrating back into daily living.
Day Treatment
In a PHP, patients live at home but follow an intensive schedule of treatment. Most programs require you to be on-site for about 40 hours per week.
Intensive Outpatient Program
A structured program, less intensive than inpatient treatment but more intensive than traditional outpatient care, involving a combination of therapies skills-building activities, to help people work towards recovery and maintain mental health.
Treatment programming allowing patients to receive care without staying in a hospital or inpatient facility, providing a variety of therapeutic and medical services.
Virtual & In-Home Care
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The delivery of therapeutic services utilizing technology such as video conferencing, online messaging or phone calls, allowing for flexibility, comfort and increased access to care.




Individual Treatment


1-on-1 Counseling

Trauma-Specific Therapy

1-on-1 Counseling with Clinical Psychologist

Adventure Therapy

Art Therapy

Dance Therapy

Eye Movement Therapy (EMDR)

Family Therapy

Life Skills

What We Treat


Grief and Loss

Personality Disorders






Co-Occurring Disorders



Support Meetings
Outpatient Treatment
Alumni Events & Get-Togethers
Private, Online Alumni Groups
Aftercare Group Therapy


Average of 1 review(s)


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  • Confidential (1)


  • Generalized Program
  • Not Treated With Respect
  • Shallow Post-Treatment Planning

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2023 (30 days) • Reviewed April 13th, 2023

Former Client



I went to the virtual IOP substance abuse classes. The groups started off great and the community among the group members was supportive and helpful. As we want further into the “curriculum” it was clear there were zero evidence based practices embedded as they state in the description. No DBT, CBT, ACT, or anything. There were constant videos like Ted talks, Buddhist meditation, etc and then random worksheets from smart recovery or other substance abuse websites. It was mentioned that the evidence based practices were worked on in 1:1 sessions but I had an outside therapist I saw so I did not participate in them. It is unacceptable to only look at ted talk videos and worksheets for almost 9 hours a week and then book a 50 minute session with a therapist per week to look at real skills... Regardless, that is not at all what an IOP program should look like. The curriculum is terrible and leaves participants sitting with their cameras off for 20-45 minutes at a time. Also, my original case worker spoke to me the first week I started and said she would follow up after my first full week. I never once heard from her until she emailed me 4 weeks into the program saying she forgot to do a case management needs assessment when I first started. I understand drowning in case management as I am a special educator but it’s best to be transparent rather than say you’ll check in and never do! In addition, when I shared I would be shifting to another program and asked what next steps would be, the conversation was less than five minutes. The counselor was respectful and wished me good luck however treatment centers typically (as it is best practice) will do a discharge meeting and provide 1-2 referrals for alternate programs to support in next steps. I was never once engaged with or spoken to after my phone call saying I would be leaving the program.... NOT LGBT friendly as stated!!!!! Much more to say but I am out of characters

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