Day Treatment

M – F, 8 am – 2:15 pm  

  • Students must be 8 – 18. Over 18? Click here.
  • Students must have a mental health diagnosis.
  • Active Individualized Education Program (IEP).
  • Referrals accepted from public entities including but not limited to school districts, DHS, and BHAs. Please reach out if you have questions regarding referrals. 
  • Families, students, and partners who are seeking a more trauma-informed educational environment to provide specialized support.

*An IEP is a document uniquely designed for one specific student, with the intention of improving educational results for that child. Each IEP must be created in compliance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and, in Colorado, the Exceptional Children’s Education Act (ECEA).

Services Provided

Individual Therapy

Whether you prefer virtual or in-person therapy sessions, our compassionate therapists will create a safe and confidential space for you to open up about your thoughts and feelings. 

Group Therapy

Group Therapy consists of groups of 5-15 people and are led by clinicians who specialize in your area of need. With numerous sessions to choose from, our group model maximizes support and skill-building.

Family Therapy

Family Therapy offers virtual and in-person care, enabling families to make positive change. We utilize various methods like: exploring emotions, changing behaviors, and examining roles to enhance familial support.

EQUINE Therapy

We partner with Groundwork Ranch for equine therapy to help our students feel empowered in their lives, friendships, and school settings. All interaction with horses is done from the ground, and no previous horse experience is required. 

Case Management

Case Management ensures a coordinated approach to help you achieve your goals. Framed around comprehensive assessments, we address your medical, psychosocial, behavioral, and functional needs through community resources.

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Our Day Treatment program supports students and their families in reaching their educational and behavioral health goals in the following school districts: 27J, Adams 12, Adams 14, Aurora, Cherry Creek, Denver, Greeley, Jeffco, Mapleton, and Weld. We are grateful to provide wraparound care with the support of teachers, therapists, psychiatrists, and other community partners to make sure our students’ success is our top priority.