October 29, 2020 thru November 3rd THERE WILL BE NO MALES AVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE UAs.
What forms of payment do you accept?
Cash, Mastercard and Visa
How long does the group/treatment last?
The number of sessions you will be required will depend on many factors such as what your offense was, do you have any prior similar offenses, blood alcohol level at the time of the offense, etc. The intake counselor will discuss this with you at your intake and assign you to a certain number of sessions or a level.
Is there anyway to get through groups/treatment sooner?
No. Per State of Colorado licensing requirements, you are only allowed to attend one group per week for each treatment
What if I need to miss a group?
If attendance in group is part of probation requirements, group attendance is mandatory. However, we understand that emergencies may arise which would keep you from attending group. We allow 3 excused absences during your groups/treatment to accommodate life's emergencies. You are required to call and inform us of your absence as soon as possible.
Do you offer petty theft or Level 1 classes?
What times and days are groups?
Please view Our Calendar for times and days of groups.
What is Level II Treatment?
Level II Education and Therapy groups are generally ordered by the courts or the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) for DUI/DWAI charges. All clients ordered to complete Level II groups are required to complete 12 sessions (24 hours) of Level II Education. Many clients are ordered to complete Level 2 Therapy after completion of Level II Education. An alcohol evaluator through probation or the treatment agency (if not on probation) will determine whether an individual will have to complete Level II Therapy and what track needs to be completed. This determination is based on prior impaired driving offenses, blood alcohol level (BAC) at the time of the offense, and other clinical indicators.
The following are the Level 2 Therapy Track guidelines:
Track A: 21 sessions (42 hours), first time offender with a BAC below .17
Track B: 26 sessions (52 hours), first time offender with a BAC of .17 or above or a first time offender with a BAC below .17 with clinical justification
Track C: 34 sessions (68 hours), prior DUI/DWAI with a BAC below .17
Track D: 43 sessions (86 hours), prior DUI/DWAI with a BAC of .17 or above or prior DUI/DWAI with a BAC below .17 and and clinical justification
Can I attend Level II Education and Level II Therapy at the same time?
No. Per OBH (Office of Behavioral Health) licensing standards, level 2 Education must be completed before you can begin to attend Level 2 Therapy.
Will I have to do urine tests of breathalyzer tests?
This will depend on what is required as a condition of your probation.
Do you offer petty theft classes?
Do you offer Level I classes?
Do you offer urine screens and breathalyzers?
Yes. We offer urine screens, breathalyzers, mouth swabs, and antabuse monitoring. On-site testing results are available for urine screens. On-site results are not available for alcohol. To sign up for random urine screens or breathalyzers you can come to the office Monday thru Thursday 9 am to 5:45 pm and Fridays 9 am to 5:00 pm
What do I need to bring to my first appointment?
Any relevant court/probation/human service documents.