Outpatient Treatment Services
How much does treatment cost?
Fees vary depending on the type and intensity of services needed. Contact an admissions professional today and we will be happy to discuss the details of ARTS Adult Outpatient treatment costs with you.
Do you offer a sliding fee scale?
Yes, our services are provided on a sliding fee scale based on income and number of dependents. Contact an admissions professional today and we will be happy to discuss all fee options with you.
Can I choose which clinic to attend?
Yes! We have several clinics conveniently located throughout the Denver Metro area and you can enroll in services at the clinic most convenient for you.
Do you offer mental health services?
Yes! ARTS Adult Outpatient offers treatment for co-occurring mental health disorders, including psychiatric evaluations and medications management.
Do you offer evening groups?
Yes! Several ARTS Adult Outpatient clinics have evening groups available.
How long does treatment last?
Length of treatment is individualized depending on each person’s goals and needs. When you meet with your counselor you will discuss this and come up with a plan for your treatment.
How long will I have to wait to get into outpatient treatment?
ARTS Adult Outpatient will get you into treatment as quickly as possible. Contact an admissions professional today to schedule an appointment.
I am dosing at another clinic, can I transfer to ARTS?
Yes, ARTS Adult Outpatient does accept transfer patients. Contact an admissions professional today for more details.
Is my treatment confidential?
Yes! Your confidentiality is protected by federal laws and regulations regarding substance abuse the HIPAA act of 1996 and C.F.R. 42. There are limited exceptions; your counselor will discuss this with you at your first session.
Residential Treatment Services at The Haven and Baby Haven
How do I start the admission process?
Calling 303-734-5000 is the first step. We will gather information about you and arrange for you to speak to an Admissions Professional. If you are calling for yourself, a family member or friend, the pre-intake process is the same and it is free and confidential with no obligation.
How long will it take to get in?
Admission can vary from person to person. Admission dates are impacted by available space and the time it takes to conduct an intake interview and gather supporting information to insure appropriate admission. Due to a variety of factors involved, one person might be able to be admitted virtually overnight, while another may have to wait. Your Admissions Professional will discuss admission dates once the intake process has begun.
How much does treatment cost?
This varies by each individual and their financial circumstances. The Haven and Haven Mother’s House offer a sliding scale fee and assistance with treatment scholarships.
Do the Haven programs accept insurance for drug and alcohol treatment?
Yes. We accept several insurance plans, please speak with your Admissions Professional for more information.
Where are women referred from?
- The criminal justice system such as jail, prison, probation, parole, drug court
- Social Services and Child Welfare
- Homeless shelters
- Concerned family members and friends
What are your success rates?
The Haven Programs are rated through independent evaluation by outside regulatory agencies and have the lowest recidivism rate in the State of Colorado out of all evaluated programs. One year after completion of residential treatment 95% of clients are drug free, crime free, and economically self-sufficient. Two years after completion of residential treatment 90.1% of clients are drug free, crime free and economically self-sufficient.
What is a typical day at The Haven Mother’s House?
A typical day consists of waking up early and getting ready for the day. Women eat breakfast with their children and then take their children to an on-site specialized child care. Women participate in treatment services and activities until 4 pm. In the evenings women spend time bonding with their infants including playtime, story time, dinner, baths and children’s bedtime. Women attend one final group in the evening and then it is off to bed!
Women are taught lifestyle skills and are expected to manage their environment including making their beds, doing laundry, mowing the lawn, cooking and cleaning up from meals, and cleaning their home.
Are the Haven Programs licensed drug treatment programs?
Yes, both programs are licensed by the Colorado Division of Behavioral Health.
In addition to addictions treatment what other services and activities do you offer?
We offer a full range of supportive and recreational activities including:
- Medical Services
- Medical evaluation
- Psychiatric evaluation
- AIDS/HIV screening and counseling
- Assistance accessing free or low-cost dental and medical care
- Prenatal and post-partum care
- Comprehensive Services
- GED classes
- Employment and vocational services
- Financial literacy education
- Meal preparation and kitchen sanitation and safety
- Household maintenance
- Basic computer literacy
- Recreational activities
- Pregnancy & Post-Partum Services
- Trauma informed, culturally sensitive care
- Education about pregnancy, parenting and infant care
- Assistance accessing prenatal and post-partum care
- Assistance accessing pediatric medical care
- Breastfeeding support
- Parenting classes
- On-site high quality child care and early education services
- Nutritional guidance
Can women at The Haven and Haven Mother’s House take GED classes or earn their GED?
Yes, we offer on-site GED classes to help prepare women to take the GED tests and help coordinate GED testing.
Do the Haven programs offer detoxification services?
Clients needing detoxification services prior to entering The Haven programs may do at several locations near the facilities. Please contact our Admissions Professionals at 303-734-5000 for more information.
Can I take a tour of The Haven or The Haven Mother’s House?
Yes, prospective clients and their family members may tour the Haven. Please contact our Admissions Professionals at 303-734-5000 for more information.
What if I need help but The Haven Programs are not a fit for me?
If after speaking to our Admissions Professionals either party determines that our programs are not the right program for you, our Admissions Professionals will provide you with recommendations for other local treatment programs.
If I am pregnant or have an infant, can my other children live with me at The Haven Mother’s House? Can older children reside with their mother at The Haven House?
The Haven Mother’s House can accept children 9 months and younger at the time of admission into residence. Children are not accepted into residence at The Haven House. Both The Haven and the Haven Mother’s House, however, have kids day visits for children up to 18 years old every Sunday from 1-4. If clients have an open DHS case, children can visit during the week and per the court order or Case Mangers’ discretion.
Do The Haven programs offer 21 or 30 days residential program?
Haven House and Haven Mother’s House women typically stay 12 months in residential treatment, followed by an additional 6-12 months of Outpatient Modified Therapeutic Community (OTC) treatment services.
Can I talk to and/or visit with my family and friends?
Visitations are approved by your treatment team. Approved visitation is allowed on Sundays.
What items can I bring to The Haven programs?
A detailed list can be obtained by contacting our Admissions Professionals at: 303-734-5000.
Information for Referring Professionals
Professionals wishing to refer a woman to either The Haven or the Haven Mother’s House can arrange to do so by contacting 303-734-5000.
To learn more about The Haven programs watch this short video.
Friends of the Haven
What is Friends of the Haven?
FOH is a separate 501c3 organization designed exclusively to help woman struggling with substance abuse disorders as well as to support the healthy bond between mothers and their children. We believe this is a vital piece to the Addiction Research and Treatment Services (ARTS) programs philosophy of breaking the cycle of addiction. While we generally support all of the ARTS programs, we specifically focus our resources and energy toward helping clients associated with the Haven and Baby Haven.
Do you have other locations?
Both fortunately and unfortunately, we just have one location at Fort Logan in Denver, Colorado. It is fortunate because we are able to really focus on creating a the most successful environment we possibly can to ensure the women here receive the treatment they need and deserve. It is unfortunate because we know there are so many families needing our help. We stay positive and hopeful that the other organizations out there are able to fulfill their destiny by accomplish similar missions.
How do I get involved?
There are many ways you can get involved with Friends of the Haven. We are always open to your thoughts and ideas about ways you think you might be able to contribute your talent. Please visit the volunteer page or contact us for more information.
How can I donate?
We accept cash, checks made payable to Friends of the Haven, on-line donations made with your debit or credit cards, and we accept gently used in-kind items. We accept monetary donations any time and in-kind donation drop off is at the Baby Haven Monday through Friday 9am to 2pm. Please call or email for directions.
When can I drop off my donations?
Baby Haven is open from 9am to 2pm Monday through Friday to accept in-kind donations. Please check the in-kind donation page for current needs, drives, and things to avoid.
Where do I drop off my donations?
Friends of the Haven offices out of the Baby Haven located on the Fort Logan Campus. Please contact us for specific directions.
What kinds of donations do you accept?
We accept most gently used clothing, household goods, baby items, and furniture. We are unable to schedule any donation pickups. Please send pictures of the furniture you wish to donate to us (see out Contact Page for email address) to ensure they comply with the Federal Regulations. We are not able to accept any used car seats or cribs under any circumstance due to the Federal Regulations.