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Department of Psychiatry

Department of Psychology

The Haven

   Services Offered

   Treatment Program

   Special Programs 

   Facilities 

   Get a Haven Brochure

   Get a Mom's House Brochure

 

 

Contact Info:

Daniele Wolff, BA, CAC III

Director of Haven Programs

Phone: (303) 761-7626Fax: (303) 783-5164 

Email:Daniele Wolff

Intake-Admissions Department Contact:

Intake & Program Information

Stephanie Robertson, Admissions CounselorPhone:(303) 734-3374 Fax: (303) 734-3387 Email: Stephanie Robertson  
Leslie Chik, Admissions CounselorPhone: (303) 734-3373Fax: (303) 734-3387Email: Leslie Chik  
Karen Chappelow
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Associate DirectorPhone:(303) 734-3376Fax: (303) 734-3387Email: Karen Chappelow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Haven

Adult Female Residential Treatment Services


 

     "Putting Lives Back on Track and Keeping Families Together"

The Haven is a Modified Therapeutic Community (MTC) which provides substance abuse treatment for women, mothers and their infants. Licensed by the Division of Behavioral Health, the program offers intensive residential treatment for clients with addictions. Clients are referred from the criminal justice system, child welfare agencies, relatives, and self-referrals.

Founded in 1992, The Haven was the first program in Colorado to accept infants into residence while their mothers received substance abuse treatment – keeping children out of the foster care system.

Haven clients typically stay nine to 12 months in residential treatment, followed by an additional 12 months of outpatient MTC treatment services. Long-term outcomes are very positive. In fact, 90.1 percent of clients who enter The Haven remain drug-, alcohol-, and crime-free two years after completion.

Services offered:

    • Drug and Alcohol Services
    • Family Services/Services for Pregnant and Post-Partum Women
    • Educational/Vocational Services
    • Medical and Mental Health Services
    • Life Skills/Recreational Services
    • Collaboration/Coordination/Case Management

 

Medicaid is accepted for women (if eligible) who enter the program while pregnant.