Mountain View Recovery Center (MVRC) is a Colorado State licensed extended care treatment program (PHP, IOP, OP) that provides group and individual counseling services. Mountain View Recovery Center specializes in treating chemical dependency coupled (substance abuse disorder) with other addictive and mental health disorders (co-occurring disorders), focusing on the underlying causal conditions that lead to the addictive behavior. Services are provided to individuals eighteen and up. Mountain View Recovery Center offers a solution to those adults who struggle with chronic relapse or those who need a continuum of care beyond the traditional thirty (30) day primary treatment program. Our approach is guided by the 12 Step model with a strong emphasis on individual health and growth, spiritual enhancement, and social responsibility. Our purpose is to provide a safe, therapeutic nurturing environment in which a variety of experiences allows the individual to find his path to long term growth and recovery.
All clinical services are provided by staff that is a licensed/certified behavioral health professional. All staff credentials and licenses are verified and all staff have demonstrated competency in their scope of work.
Mountain View Recovery Center maintains a 6-1 client to clinical staff ratio.
Three Month PHP/IOP/OP Program
We offer a program which provides a continuum of care through the recovery process. Progression through the program is based on documented accomplishments. We do not believe the criteria for recovery and wellness is based on “time spent” in a program. Rather, we believe that recovery and wellness is based on “time spent well”. This simply means learning the behavior that reflect a higher level of functioning.
All program components are treatment focused and are driven by the goals and outcomes reflected in the treatment plan which is developed in collaboration with the client. Individual and group therapies address the clients presenting issues such as trauma, relationship issues, substance abuse triggers, relapse, self worth, abandonment, abuse, depression and hopelessness. Process groups process and explore the dynamics of your recovery and relate the process to your treatment goals and objectives. In all, Mountain View Recovery Center’s Model of Treatment is an integration of experiential and traditional therapies, employing models of treatment such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Readiness for Change, and Trauma Resolution.
Movement through the treatment program as described below is based on an integrated, continuum of care model that is developed between you and the treatment team.
Month 1: PHP Program
Provides a minimum of 25-30 hours of weekly treatment which includes a minimum of one (1) hour of individual substance abuse/behavioral health counseling per week and six (6) group hours per day. The client will also attend daily AA meetings, partake in housing meetings as scheduled and will have an opportunity to participate in gym activities, skiing, hiking, and Art Therapy. Mountain View Recovery Center’s Partial Hospitalization Program is intended for clients with substance abuse disorder, at times coupled with co-occurring disorders, who require a lower level of care than residential treatment, but are in need of stronger treatment structure than intensive outpatient level of care. When applicable, the client may receive support from family and friends. MVRC does accept client referrals from Residential Facilities as a placement facility for clients in need of a lower level of care.
Month 2: IOP Program
Provides a minimum of sixteen (16) hours of weekly treatment which includes a minimum of one (1) hour of individual substance abuse/behavioral health counseling per week and a minimum of fifteen (15) hours of group counseling. Mountain View Recovery Center’s Intensive Outpatient level of care is intended as a transition phase from the Partial Hospitalization Program. It is intended for clients with substance abuse disorder, at times coupled with co-occurring disorders, who generally require a more structured substance use disorder outpatient treatment experience than can be received from traditional outpatient treatment. Clients may or may not have resources in the form of family, friends, or employment that provides support during the course of treatment. At times, MVRC Intensive Outpatient treatment may reflect an increase in treatment intensity.
Month 3: OP Program
Is a transition preparatory phase that provides a minimum of nine (9) hours of weekly outpatient treatment which includes a minimum of one (1) hour/s individual substance abuse/behavioral health counseling per week, a minimum of eight (8) hours of group counseling. During this month the client is involved in preparation for transition from the program, at which time exit plans and aftercare recommendations are structured and established. Mountain View Recovery Center’s (MVRC) Outpatient Level of Care is a transition/preparatory phase that provides preparation for transition from the program, at which time exit plans and aftercare recommendations are structured and established. MVRC outpatient services are generally intended for clients who may or may not had support from family and friends, have employment or housing, but are assessed as not appropriate for more intensive levels of treatment. Outpatient level of care is only provided to clients who have completed a higher level of care within the MVRC treatment program.
Program goals and objectives are accomplished through the following services:
1. Screening and Admissions – conducted by qualified personnel according to the admission criteria of the program.
2. Referral Services – provided to individuals determined to be inappropriate for Mountain View Recovery Center. Persons not appropriate for our program are referred to: Cedar, Menninger’s, Las Vegas Recovery Center, Rosewood, etc.
A. Mountain View Recovery Center Program can accept clients with the following:
Chemical Dependency – Substance abuse – alcohol and drugs
- Trauma – and Abuse
- Co-Occurring Disorders
- Compulsive Behaviors
- Sex addiction
Substance Abuse Disorder must remain the primary diagnosis. If a co-occurring disorder is present and at a moderate level of severity, the co-occurring disorder may be treated alongside the addiction treatment as the treatment may be potentially beneficial to the co-occurring disorder.
B. Mountain View Recovery Center’s Program can accept clients with the diagnosis of:
- Bipolar Disorder (treated)
- Treated Schizoaffective
- Anxiety/Personality Disorders
- Other Axis II Disorders
C. Mountain View Recovery Center’s Program does not treat clients with the following:
Psychiatric diagnosis and evaluations of:
- Acute Schizophrenia
- Medically indicated eating disorders (Bulimia, Low BMI, Anorexia)
Clinical Program Process
Our clinical team at Mountain View Recovery Center are all highly trained, with most having obtained their Master’s Degree and/or CAC III Certification or higher, and carry a large depth of knowledge in the field of addiction recovery. Through the process below they are able to utilize their knowledge with you and help you find your path to recovery.
1. Assessment – using standardized assessment tools a clinical evaluation is done by qualified medical practitioners, behavioral health and addiction professionals, to establish an appropriate diagnosis and individualized treatment plan. When appropriate, the input of family members or a significant other will be included.
2. Treatment Planning – individualized according to diagnostic and clinical impressions, including any co-occurring disorders and, when appropriate, with input from your family or significant other.
3. Counseling Services – one-on-one, multiple group outpatient sessions addressing addictions and related emotional, behavioral and relationship issues, to increase the client’s understanding of how life events have affected emotional, behavioral and spiritual functioning.
4. Education – focusing on specific issues related to treatment, relapse and recovery.
5. Trauma Therapy – to address underlying emotional, psychological and behavioral issues left as a result of traumatic experiences.
6. Medical and Psychiatric Services – provided in collaboration with local medical professionals.