The Longmont facility was opened in November 2006 in partnership with Weld County to provide residential services to youth in the Northern Corridor of Colorado.
This property includes 2 homes, on grounds school, and a clinical office which provide residential & therapeutic services for 22 at-risk youth, between the ages of 11-17.
Treatment Counselors provide ongoing supervision and assistance with the development of life skills, social skills and achieving their treatment goals so that clients may be able to successfully reintegrate into the community. Within the program, clients focus on accountability for their actions and how their behaviors or actions have impacted those close to them, as well as learn to manage and control behaviors and thoughts through the use of effective coping mechanisms, treatment tools and support systems. While focusing on treatment aspects, clients also learn how to live in a group setting and the responsibilities required in running a household.