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2000 21st Street
Boulder, Colorado 80302


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  • Residential Treatment
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  • Behavioral Disorder Treatment
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Outpatient Services
  • Intensive Outpatient Services
  • Sober Living Home
  • Day School
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  • Pet Friendly
  • Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
  • Men Only
  • Women Only


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Meet The Staff

Kelly Corn
Executive Director

Kelly is the executive director of the AIM House men’s program. Before coming to AIM House and working in marketing and admissions in 2004, Kelly held the position of executive vice president and partner at Sumaato Advertising in Denver. Prior to his time with Sumaato, he was a free-lance photographer for 14 years.AIM House was introduced to Kelly by his long time friend and colleague, Daniel Conroy. Seeing the importance of the AIM House mission, Kelly made arrangements for his agency to provide the first AIM House internship in 2000. Four years later, Kelly left Sumaato to work full-time in marketing for AIM House. His role has expanded over the years to include not only time spent talking with prospective participants about coming to AIM House but also to include a variety of different program operations. Among other things, Kelly provides oversight for all of the men’s program infrastructure, manages all information technology for the program and plays a key role in developing tools for providing ever better resources to and communications with AIM House families.

Mae Martin
Conroy Founder

Mae is the co-founder of AIM House. Mae graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder with a bachelor of arts in English and television/film production. Before opening AIM House with her husband Daniel, Mae worked for several years at CEDU treatment center in Running Springs as a teacher and counselor. Mae also held several positions in the field of television production including an internship with the David Letterman Show in New York City. Mae also enjoyed a wonderful opportunity as part of the writing and production staff of the Rosie O’Donnell Show. After opening the AIM House Young Men’s program in 1999, Mae dreamed of someday having the same program for young women. In 2005, she founded the women’s program now located at the beautiful Earl House property. Mae’s favorite part of working with participants is watching them find what they love to do.


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AIM House is a careless, unorganized, and stress-provoking program. It is incredibly overpriced for the level of care administered, particularly in regard to therapeutic care. Essentially the only thing it is paying for, at $12,000 a month to start, is therapy and room and board. The laundry dryer was also broken and the van was constantly breaking down and had no seatbelt for a significant amount of time. \"Participants\" who are deemed to be struggling are asked to go on \"one-on-one\" trips and are often charged for the trip while still being charged for living at the house (even though they are not there during that time!). The only thing that gets any attention of the program directors is a parent threatening to remove their child from the program. The program was extremely neglectful, with some of the staff member\'s actions and disrespect towards the participants. I would highly advise against sending anyone to this \"rehabilitation\"- it is a corporation.
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Aim house has some great ideas and people. And some not so great people who forget to treat the women there with respect....This program cost too much and is too important to have (unqualified) people working there. My daughter went through the program and is living well on her own. She received straight A's and is on the Dean's List...She learned a lot at Aim House and has continued to use their services for graduates.
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this place saved my life and is a bargain compared to many others
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