Triple Peaks Recovery and Serenity Peaks Recovery Centers are gender specific, extended care alcohol and substance abuse treatment programs for young adults, ages 18-30. Collectively, Peaks Recovery Centers are located in beautiful Colorado Springs, Peaks Recovery Centers integrate a variety of individual, group, and trauma therapies to treat both substance abuse issues and many co-occurring mental health issues. Our six-month PHP/IOP program followed by our three-month OP program setting, allows each individual within our program to incrementally move forward in their recovery. Our programs are favorably structured for young adults and specifically designed to promote long term recovery in an accountable, communal setting.
Chris has worked in all facets of inpatient residential treatment from family counseling, case management, residential director. Throughout his career he has had the opportunity to work with families and addicts to enhance and better educate them on the disease of addiction. Chris decided to started both Serenity Peaks Recovery and Triple Peaks Recovery Centers after actively watching young adults get well by gaining a better understanding of what it means to be selfless and work through tough issues that have kept them from reaching their full potential.More
Jason would, first and foremost, describe himself as a husband and a father of two children. A Colorado native, Jason also enjoys the outdoors particularly backpacking, mountaineering and just breathing the Rocky Mountain air. Professionally, Jason has worked in a variety of modalities as a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Addiction Counselor (EMDR trauma certified). Notably he has started a successful outpatient practice on numerous occasions. But Jason's heart has always been in walking with individuals and families struggling with addiction to find transformation, healing and freedom from addiction.More
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