Counseling Center of the Rockies

North Location

South Location

3489 W. 72nd Ave, Ste. 105

4195 S. Broadway

Westminster, CO 80030

Englewood, CO 80113

Phone: 303-412-7723

Phone: 303-806-0933

Fax: 303-412-0329

Fax: 303-382-3959

Rockies

E-mail: ccr@sccrockies1.com

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SERVICES & FEES

ALCOHOL AND DRUG EVALUATION
$150.00
INTAKE
$50.00
RE-ADMIT FEE
$20.00
PARTICIPANT WORKBOOKS
$20.00/EACH
LEVEL II EDUCATION/THERAPY           
$25.00/GROUP
ANGER MANAGEMENT
$25.00/GROUP
SSIC (OFFENDERS) THERAPY
$25.00/GROUP
MARIJUANA-SPECIFIC THERAPY
$25.00/GROUP
CO-OCCURRING DISORDER THERAPY           
$25.00/GROUP
METH RECOVERY PROGRAM   
$40/WEEK TO $105.00/WEEK
OPIATE-SPECIFIC THERAPY       
$25.00/GROUP
RELAPSE PREVENTION
$25.00/GROUP
INDIVIDUAL SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELING
$55.00/HOUR
INDIVIDUAL MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING
$50.00/HOUR
7-POLY/ETG URINE ANALYSIS (NORCHEM SENTRY)
$15.00
CONFIRMATION OF POSITIVE TEST
$25.00
SYNTHETIC AMPHETAMINE (BATH SALTS) UA
$40.00
SPICE/K2 URINE ANALYSIS
$40.00
BREATHALYZER TESTING PER MONTH
 
       1 X ONLY
$5.00
       1 X WEEKLY
$10.00
       2 X WEEKLY
$20.00
       3 X WEEKLY
$30.00
       4 X WEEKLY
$40.00
       5 X WEEKLY
$50.00
       6 X WEEKLY/DAILY
$60.00
ANTABUSE MONITORING PER MONTH
 
        2X WEEKLY
$20.00
        3X WEEKLY
$30.00
        DAILY   
$60.00

UPDATED NOVEMBER 2016

Sliding scale is available for those who qualify. Medicaid accepted for most services.

More information regarding groups:

Level II Education - Level II Education consists of 24 hours of DUI education over 12 weeks. Level II Education is typically conducted in a group setting, class size is limited to not more than 12 regularly attending. This class can be recommended by itself or may be followed by Level II Therapy.  Level II Education meets state standards for required education for DUI/DWI/DWAI offenses.  There is a strong focus on alcohol/drug education and pro-social issues, as well as driving-related materials.  This group is also appropriate for those who want or need a general rising of awareness about alcohol or other drug use and the accompanying problems.  This group meets once per week for two hours.

Level II Therapy - When Level II Therapy is required it follows Level II Education and can range in length from 5 to 10 months depending on the track assigned. Track assignment depends on whether a person has prior impaired driving offenses, their BAC and other clinical indicators. These track recommendations are made by the alcohol evaluator (probation) or in the absence of an evaluation, the treatment agency.  This group process continues to look at individual use of alcohol/other drugs and to develop other kinds of strategies rather than continued use/abuse of alcohol and other drugs. Utilizing a workbook as well as other methods to accomplish its goal, the program provides structured exercises for self-assessment, stress reduction, natural highs, refusal skills, self-esteem, progression, violence, anger, high risk factors of substance abuse and models for change, among many other topics. Discussion by group members further enhances the opportunity to make effective changes.  This group meets once per week for two hours.

The following are the track guidelines:

Track A, 42 hours over 21 weeks, first time offender with a BAC below .17 (.2 if offense was prior to 1/1/07)

Track B, 52 hours over 26 weeks, first time offender with a BAC of .17 or above (.2 if offense was prior to 1/1/07)

Track C, 68 hours over 34 weeks, prior DWAI/DUI, with a BAC below .17 (.2 if offense was prior to 1/1/07)

Track D, 86 hours over 43 weeks, prior DWAI/DUI, with a BAC of .17 or above (.2 if offense was prior to 1/1/07)

Cognitive Behavioral Relapse Prevention- Both substance abuse and impulse control issues are covered. This group also includes coverage of the addiction/recovery cycle, active and passive recovery, the relapse process, relapse prevention planning including how to identify and manage relapse warning signs, identifying high-risk situations, coping with urges and cravings, satisfying needs legitimately, healthy and unhealthy relationships, and how to create a more balanced lifestyle.  Relapse Prevention follows the cognitive process such as deductive reasoning, problem solving, creative thinking, cognitive therapy to identify distorted thinking and make corrections; social skills training, and anger management.  This group meets one time per week for 1 ½ hours.

Marijuana-Specific - This group is based on Brief Counseling for Marijuana Dependence: A Manual for Treating Adults.  The client will learn how to understand certain topics pertaining to marijuana, keep his or her determination to change, learn new skills, and access needed community supports. This group meets one time per week for 1½ hours.

Anger Management - We use a structured, skill-building curriculum based on the "Anger Management for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Clients – A Cognitive Behavioral Therapy" workbook.   Common problems addressed in this group include destructive anger in relationships, inability to cope with partner's anger, road rage, substance abuse education, battery, violence toward family members, work-related anger, and parent-child conflict.  The counselor uses cognitive behavioral therapy to address the anger cycle, conflict resolution, assertiveness skills, and anger-control plans. This group meets one time per week for 1½ hours.

Strategies for Self-Improvement and Change - This is a program of self-improvement and change for the person who has a past of criminal conduct together with alcohol and other drug use problems.  There are many programs that work at helping a person who has a criminal conduct history or a person who is called an “offender”.  There are many programs that work at helping people with their alcohol or other drug problems.  This program combines the two, working to help people with both alcohol or other drug problems and a criminal conduct history.  SSIC is designed to deliver a long-term (nine months to one year) intensive, cognitive-behavioral oriented treatment program to adult substance abusing offenders. This group meets one time per week for 2 hours.