Mental Health Partners - Withdrawal Management and Residential Treatment Options

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Withdrawal Management and Residential Treatment Options

Withdrawal Management (formerly known as Detoxification) and Transitional Residential Treatment

The Withdrawal Management program includes safe detoxification from alcohol and/or drugs 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in a 20-bed facility at 3180 Airport Rd. in Boulder. This is the only non-medical program of its kind in Boulder. Staff provide:
  • Individualized monitoring for safe detoxification from alcohol and/or drugs
  • Assessment for counseling needs
  • Information and education on alcohol and drugs
  • Case management and referral for medical housing, legal and employment services
Clients receive support and guidance throughout their stay and every client is given a referral for ongoing care, whether within or outside of the Mental Health Partners’ service network. 
Transitional Residential Treatment (TRT) is a live-in treatment program (six beds available) for those recovering from substance abuse or dependance that runs from four to six weeks. The program encourages a structured lifestyle with household chore contributions, individual therapy, group therapy and skill building. Residents leave each day to work or attend community-based meetings.

Warner House

Warner House is a community-based psychiatric hospital alternative for up to 16 adults with acute psychiatric needs. Inpatient care coordination is available to clients as needed, ensuring seamless access to care upon and after discharge. Mental Health Partners inpatient care liaisons help facilitate coordinated treatment, including a disposition and follow-up plan, with third-party facilities (family members, hospitals and collateral agencies).

The residential program is designed to help clients stabilize, establish their initial sobriety, change their living environment and slowly transition back to a normal daily living schedule. Most clients continue with less-intensive outpatient counseling after they leave.