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All Points North Lodge

2205 Cordillera Way, Edwards, Colorado, 81632

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Whether you’re looking for trauma therapy, addiction treatment, or mental health work, All Points North Lodge exists to bring healing to dysfunctional behaviors and their root causes. For you or your loved one, there is hope – no matter the past. Via telehealth counseling or in the beautiful mountains of Colorado, our expert team offers custom-curated treatment selected for each individual and personalized for your needs and goals. With whole-person care, your story matters, and you’re more than a medical chart. We offer opportunities for physical, emotional, and spiritual health. We focus on families. If you’re staying 28 days or longer, we offer your family members a weekly therapist appointment too. Our trauma-integrated treatment goes beyond trauma-informed care to tackle addiction, trauma, and mental health by addressing the root causes instead of just the symptoms. With our custom-curated care, your personalized treatment plan is made specifically for you – based on your needs and the therapies that are right for you.

Facility Highlights

  • Deep TMS for Depression and OCD
  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
  • Mountainside Location for Privacy and Comfort
  • COVID-Conscious Treatment
  • Onsite Gym & Personal Training Packages
  • Indoor & Outdoor Pool
  • Privacy in Treatment

Specialization

  • Trauma Therapy & Mental Health
    All Points North Lodge accepts clients who are struggling with mental health or trauma—with or without the presence of an addiction. Mental health and trauma therapy are offered at the residential, PHP, IOP, and OP levels. Even in the absence of addiction, unresolved trauma can be crippling. Whether it manifests as PTSD, anxiety, depression, attachment disorders, codependence, or some other diagnosis or dysfunction, there is hope for healing. The team at APN Lodge is dedicated to helping you confront past trauma, resolve it, and finally move forward with direction and fulfillment.
  • Substance Abuse & Dual Diagnosis
    APN Lodge is about much more than symptom management. With a heavy trauma integration, drug and alcohol treatment at APN Lodge looks below the surface to examine the root cause of dysfunctional behaviors and patterns. Therapy modalities include CBT, DBT, group work, family-focused treatment, psychodrama, experiential work, inner child work, post induction therapy, and more. After extensive assessment, treatment plans are custom-curated for each unique client. Levels of care available include residential, PHP, IOP, and OP. Social detox is offered at the Lodge, and higher levels of detox can be coordinated through APN Lodge's partnership network.
  • Telehealth: Virtual IOP and Outpatient Sessions
    Addiction treatment, mental health, and trauma therapy are now available remotely through APN Connection: All Points North Lodge's exclusive telehealth app. Address the heart of the issues, find professional support, and make serious progress from the comfort of your own home. We are accepting clients for virtual IOP addiction and mental health programs. Individual and group sessions are also available. For more information or to see what your insurance may cover, contact the team at APN Lodge today.
  • Custom-Curated Care
    APN Lodge is committed to person-centered, custom-curated care. Every residential client gets a one-on-one psychiatric evaluation with our staff physician. We carry out a comprehensive and reliable battery of indicated evidenced-based tests, assessments, and interviews that thoroughly examine all aspects of a guest’s condition – psychologically, physically, and spiritually. A one-on-one interview allows us to assess the biopsychosocial status of each individual. Evaluations also help to assess the origins of substance abuse and any indication of a dual-diagnosis.
  • Family Involvement
    At All Points North Lodge, we are intentional with clients and their families. If families played a role in the circumstances surrounding the problematic behaviors, families must now learn healthier roles that lead to healing. After all, when clients go home, they go home to family. Our family-focused treatment guide both clients and their families to a deeper understanding of the emotional consequences which accompany addiction, mental health, the recovery process, and finding a new normal.

Facility Settings

  • Luxury
  • Executive
  • Mountains
  • Private/Secluded
  • Resort
  • Ultra-Luxury
  • Wilderness
  • Residential Neighborhood

Meet the Staff

  • Dr. Ryan Drzewiecki, PsyD
    Dr. Ryan Drzewiecki, PsyDDirector of Clinical Operations
    Dr. Ryan Drzewiecki is a licensed psychologist and experienced clinical director with over a decade of experience in his fields. After his undergraduate education at Northwestern University, he earned his masters and doctorate in clinical psychology from the Arizona School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Drzewiecki then completed his postdoctoral internship at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation in Center City, Minnesota. During the internship, he created the National Screener position and championed the ongoing training of staff and students. In 2016, Dr. Drzewiecki began as Clinical Director for A New Leaf, a community non-profit which has provided housing, career guidance, family services, crisis support, and behavioral health to nearly 33,000 individuals throughout central Arizona. He created his own practice as a psychologist and consultant in 2018, specializing in substance abuse and other dependencies. Dr. Drzewiecki has consulted for various behavioral health companies and served as a board member for the Arizona Psychological Foundation in addition to a range of other volunteer activities.
  • Dr. Shahla Modir, MD
    Dr. Shahla Modir, MDChief Medical Officer
    Shahla Modir, MD joins APN Lodge as Chief Medical Officer with over ten years of experience in addiction, psychiatry, and integrative medicine. She is dual board-certified in Addiction and Psychiatry, serving as a diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and its Addiction Psychiatry certification. Dr. Modir completed a residency in General Psychiatry at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and a 2-year fellowship in Addiction Psychiatry at UCLA Medical Center. For the past ten years, Dr. Modir has worked as medical director and chief psychiatrist for various dual diagnosis residential facilities. She collaborated with the leading experts from UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Program to develop inpatient evidence-based treatment programs. This blend of experience has built her the credibility to evaluate and treat even the most complicated of patients. Dr. Modir has often served as an Addiction Psychiatry expert on various TV shows including The Doctors, Dr. Oz, Dr. Drew Life Changers, and the local ABC news. Dr. Modir is a licensed buprenorphine provider and a dual diagnosis expert. She received an NIH grant to study the effects of acupuncture and motivational interviewing on methamphetamine withdrawal symptoms and is trained in evidence-based psycho-social therapies such as motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, and dialectical behavioral therapy. She also has expertise in pharmacogenetic testing and MTHFR mutations. To round out her expertise at APN, Dr. Modir is also an Integrative Medicine expert. She is certified by UCLA-HMI to perform medical acupuncture and has completed a 2-year clinical Ayurvedic medicine specialist program. She was a Bravewell scholar and completed the Associate Fellowship at the University of Arizona Program in Integrative Medicine, led by renowned expert, Dr. Andrew Weil. She worked as an integrative medicine specialist and lecturer with Dr. Deepak Chopra at the Chopra Center. She also wrote a chapter for the textbook, Integrative Cardiology, edited by Jack Vogel, M.D., on Ayurvedic approaches to cardiovascular disease.
  • Jerry Vaccaro, MD
    Jerry Vaccaro, MDPresident
    Jerry Vaccaro, M.D., joins APN Lodge as President with over 30 years of experience in Behavioral Health. Jerry received his Bachelor of Science in Biology and Sociology from City University of New York and his Doctor of Medicine in Psychiatry from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Over the course of his career, Jerry has progressed from Director of Community Psychiatry Programs at UCLA to CEO of some of the world’s largest behavioral health companies. Dr. Vaccaro served as President & CEO of PacifiCare Behavioral Health, CEO of United Behavioral Health, and President & CEO of APS Healthcare. While at United Behavioral Health, Dr. Vaccaro was responsible for the Behavioral Health oversight of over 33 million lives. Dr. Vaccaro has also served as an advisor to the White House during his career. Dr. Vaccaro joins APN Lodge as a key member of the leadership team. Dr. Vaccaro‘s clinical background, paired with his years of leadership at Behavioral Health conglomerates, is incredibly unique and an invaluable asset to APN Lodge’s high standards of care and far-reaching vision.
  • Lana Seiler, MSW, LCSW
    Lana Seiler, MSW, LCSWAssociate Director of Clinical Operations
    Lana is a licensed clinical social worker and Associate Director of Clinical Operations at APN Lodge. Lana places a high value on “holding space” for guests to process their experiences and begin to heal. She is a champion of holistic and scientific mental health and addiction treatment, helping clients fight for their development of a healthier view of themselves, others, and the world. Those hard-won results are her greatest reward. Lana was born and raised in Delray Beach, FL and received a double BA in political and social science from Florida Atlantic University in 2008. After moving to New York City and completing a yoga teacher training program, she discovered a passion for somatic processing and effective trauma treatment. Lana returned to Delray Beach in 2010 to earn her master’s degree in social work from Florida Atlantic University and was selected for a clinical internship at the VA in West Palm Beach where she gained valuable clinical experience working with veterans suffering from severe and persistent mental illness. Since graduating and gaining licensure, Lana has attended numerous trainings and read extensively on treating developmental trauma in adults with or without co-occurring disorders. She has trained in EMDR, Clinical Hypnotherapy, Neurolinguistic Programming and Risking Connection, Internal Family Systems methods, AEDP, Neurolinguistic Affective Relational Model and completed a six-week intensive trauma therapy training led by Bessel Van Der Kolk. Lana recently relocated to the Vail area and loves time spent with her partner of four years and puggle named Lily.

Financial Details

  • All Points North Lodge accepts self-pay clients and out-of-network PPO Insurance. Please reach out to speak to one of our representatives for further financing options.

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I have waited nine months to write this review to give myself some time to consider how to adequately express myself and "cool off" from my absolutely disappointing experience. Unfortunately, my mind hasn't changed. PROGRAM- Is BEYOND DISORGANIZED. The right doesn't talk to the left so the staff had no idea what was going on. Everyday something on the schedule changed whether it was a group room we were supposed to meet in as opposed to the usual one, time change etc that we were not informed of. Every Thursday from 9-12 was "Dr. Day." You were required to sit around for 3 hours doing absolutely nothing and wait to see if you were on the schedule to see Doctor Schwartz or Kris.. Most people waited for 3 hours for counselors to say "Doctor Schwartz didn't need to see you today"? Hello? Is it beyond the RA's scope of work to possibly print out a schedule for each person and slip it under their door at night? 5 female RA's 8 women at the time. Caron treatment centers managed to do this with 200+ clients attending There were never any RA's in the office; they would be MIA for their six hour shift. ONE job- hand out meds. People missed their meds all the time, meds were mixed up in their KIPU system and meds weren't being filled on time even with a week notice we were almost out. There were inappropriate male RA's spreading rumors about women having STD's and another smoking a the JUUL INSIDE (which is prohibited) with the girls telling us we should try psychedelic drugs? RA's aren't paying attention so men and women were having sex in hallways (which, I could care less)! But they were more concerned about finding "contraband" (snacks) in the rooms. Therapists aren't assigned to the proper clients. None of the female therapists specialized in substance abuse and are inexperienced. Laura was my therapist and sweet as could be but a complete rookie. I can count on two hands the amount of times I saw her in three months. It was almost like she was in training and I was definitely not the right person to be used to bring her up to speed. It was precious time and money of mine that they were wasting. Lana tries to instill the fear of God in you. Her "tough love" tactic is to break her clients down and damage them beyond repair. I struggled to stay in my lane watching her demoralize her clients in group but at the same time telling her it was enough. I had the pleasure of working with Katie for the last two weeks of the three months I attended. Out of all of them, she in my opinion was the best. There is no confidentiality! Don't think HIPAA will protect you! No No. MOVING ON: Women need to take a pregnancy test when they first arrive. They administered two to me that both came back positive. There was absolutely no way I was pregnant but they insisted I was. Dr. Schwartz told me I need to "handle it" which was appalling . I insisted on a blood test and 3 days later, it came back negative. Already being in a fragile state, the added anxiety completely broke me. He also poked at my stomach commenting on my ascites one day (I had just been diagnosed with cirrhosis) which was mortifying. Part of my decision to attend APN were due to some of the privileges such as having our phones. I needed this because I was indeed working and they assured me it wasn't a problem as long as I left it in my room. After I was taken into "general population" after quarantine they changed their mind . THE FOOD- OMG! The food is NOT fresh or healthy. 90% of the time, people who prefer to eat healthy were limited to the salad bar. Sample menu- Fried fish, fried chicken, fried shrimp and French fries for lunch and burgers and onion rings for dinner. Taco bar for lunch Chinese buffet for Saturday dinner and lunch the next day is left overs that they try to pull off as if it is a completely different meal by dumping it in lettuce wraps. I had never seen anybody f*** up chicken so bad over and over again. Plated meals at dinner were a disaster. The cafeteria/ buffet style is completely unacceptable for a "luxury rehab". They have a "state of the art" juice bar that nobody attended to until about a month into my stay. Coffee wasn't brewed in the morning, water and ice tea dispensers were never filled, utensils weren't available, and there were NEVER any condiments on the table that were full. After 10 am, water, coffee and tea were all that were allowed and coffee and tea were pulled at noon. So.. water.. thats it. Never fresh, shit floating in the dispensers all the time. We weren't allowed to get ice for our water from the ice-maker. There is a kitchenette in both wings with a community refrigerator. No one was allowed to use it? YOU HAD TO PAY TO EAT IN YOUR ROOM! You heard me! If you were having a bad day and simply wanted to be alone, they wouldn't allow you to plate your own food from the school cafeteria and bring it back. The ice-maker on the refrigerator was broken. They confiscated snacks I had ordered online because there was "too much sodium" but "here have a bag of pretzels"? Snack Baskets were supposed to be filled up twice a week and they were filled once every two weeks. WAIT THERE IS MORE!! TV's never worked and there was hardly any Wi-Fi. No COMCAST or Netflix as advertised on the website. No one ever received their mail. I received 5 cards at one point dated a month and a half back. Keys never worked and were always being reprogrammed. They spent money on bullshit such as a Hyperbaric Chamber that was used by a hockey player at the time who didn't even go to APN, landscaping etc to make the outside "pretty". The indoor pool was broken the entire three months I was there. Their excuse for every activity that was cancelled (and every activity was cancelled) was COVID even though everyone was rapid tested when they arrived and every-time they went off campus and came back and staff tested daily. The art room was never stocked. They started buying minimal supplies two months into my stay. Bottom line is NO activities they advertised were available. A sewer line had been broken the entire time I was there and the place reeked like shit. Clients had access to the common area thermostats so heat would be bumped up or AC would blast and you would either be boiled or frozen out of the group rooms. Cookie Cutter assignments that you can google such as "life story", "timeline" "trauma egg", etc. I was "called out in DBT" with Eva like I was in elementary school for not completing my assignment. Called out as in "let's make a horseshoe group around her and figure focus the entire two hours on why Devon didn't complete her assignment." I could go on. I give this place a big F***ing ZERO. The owner lives in NY and popped in two or three times to let us know he existed. The only thing I could possibly be grateful for is I am a year sober and the only attribute I give them to that is it's a nightmare facility that I never want to return to.

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My therapist Lana on my second session with her broke my ROI and HIPPA laws. We spent the following weeks trying to repair her screw up. She gave me “ homework “ to do in my room but we never got to it because her HIPPA violation was still to be repaired. Dr. Schwartz gave me the wrong medication for 6 days and I didn’t sleep because of it for that period. I had to call outside Dr for help. I was then taken from Dr Schwartz care and given to Dr. Vacaro who promised me the world for all the screw ups then disappeared and ignored me. Then my case manager proceeded to call my employer and tell them my entire case again against my ROI. Leading me to miss 3 weeks of work after I left APN. The scheduling was complete mayhem. And to be honest the entire experience set me back far worse than I was when I went in and now I’m trying to catch up on my own doubling up on therapy. I never received as much as an apology. Lana completely ignored any requests to make up for lost time due to her” busy schedule “. All they said was “ your insurance will cover more time if you want to stay”. No thank you!! My classes were interrupted by now show therapists and I was told to “ go color in the art room instead”. Many times classes were canceled too. You decide

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The environment at the lodge is comfortable and safe to encourage the healing process. There are the comforts of home in AMAZING rooms, beautifully prepared meals, activities and adventures, and opportunity for everyone to use the tools being taught in therapy within the recovery community.

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I love the commitment as care provided by all the staff. That’s what makes working here so enjoyable. To see the difference when clients leave in tremendous!

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All Points North Lodge truly exemplifies what “luxury treatment” should look like. From the beautiful mountainous location to the fabulous clinical services provided, I would not recommend any other place for my loved ones to come seek treatment. All Points North Lodge takes a comprehensive view of treatment and addresses all aspects of wellness. Whether you are coming to APN to address trauma, addiction, mental health or something else, you can be sure that your individualized treatment plan will integrate nutrition, exercise, wellness, spirituality, experiential therapy, clinical work and much more to provide the best experience possible.
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