Summit Women’s Recovery (SWR) recognizes rural Colorado’s substance use disorder treatment needs and addresses the challenges unique to this community by offering a virtual intensive outpatient program (IOP). Our virtual IOP is available through our Summit County location in Dillon and complements our range of gender-specific behavioral health services. By implementing virtual programming, we bridge the gap between these women and skilled addiction professionals. We are dedicated to ensuring equitable access, promoting well-being, and sustained recovery. SWR, led by mountain-based clinicians, comprehends rural women’s unique struggles. Our Summit County virtual IOP offers adaptable remote and hybrid options, providing care tailored to your needs.
A lack of transportation, rural location, or hectic schedule should not be a barrier to your healing journey. Our virtual IOP program near Denver, Colorado, allows women to participate in evidence-based therapy and treatment from the comfort of their own homes.
We understand that rural areas face stigmas around addiction and may struggle with limited access to quality care. By providing our virtual IOP, we aim to break down these barriers and make recovery services more accessible for rural women. Through our virtual platform, we offer a safe and confidential space for women to receive the support they need without having to travel long distances or worry about confidentiality in small communities. Call 833.754.0554 today to learn how we can help you or a loved one break the cycle of addiction.
The Women’s Recovery Difference
Women’s Recovery intensive outpatient program was crafted by women for women. Our gender-specific approach acknowledges and addresses the unique needs of women struggling with substance misuse and addiction to cope with co-occurring disorders and underlying trauma. We view substance misuse from a lens of self-medication for underlying factors that typically precede and contribute to substance use disorder.
Our comprehensive behavioral health treatment services, including our virtual IOP, aim to provide a safe and supportive environment that promotes holistic healing.
Our compassionate team of licensed and experienced clinicians is dedicated to empowering our clients in their journey toward sustained recovery. We recognize the importance of individualized care and work with each woman to create an effective treatment plan tailored to her specific needs.
What to Expect in Our Virtual Intensive Outpatient Program
During your time in the SWR – IOP, you will engage in Yolam Open Process and Psychoeducation sessions. Group therapy is an evidence-based approach to treating substance use disorders. Active participation in this type of therapy allows you to immerse yourself in a microcosm of life, aiding in awareness and contributing to lasting change.
Our Group Topics are Gender Responsive Towards Women and Include
- Relapse Prevention Skills
- Self-Soothing and Emotion Regulation Skills
- Your Change Process
- Parenting in Recovery
- Biopsychosocial Model of Addiction and Recovery
- Addiction – The Family Disease
- Introduction to the Twelve Steps
- Understanding the Brain Chemistry of Addiction
- How to Manage Urges and Cravings
With our comprehensive, evidence-based therapies and compassionate approach, we can provide women in rural areas of Colorado a virtual IOP to meet their needs and help move them toward healing and enhanced well-being.
Contact Summit Women’s Recovery Today
Do not wait to start your journey toward sustained recovery. Our Colorado addiction recovery services are designed to serve women and women only. With this focused approach and our virtual iOP, we can serve both urban and rural populations with our Denver and Dillon locations. We treat a wide variety of substance use disorders. Our experienced, compassionate professionals use proven, evidence-based therapies to craft individualized treatment plans.
If you or a loved one is a Colorado resident, especially in a rural area, and caught in the cycle of addiction, please call Women’s Recovery at 833.754.0554 or reach out online. Our virtual IOP offers treatment and can help you find sustained recovery.