|Adolescent Services (Adolescent Residential Care) - Attention Homes||Provides abused, neglected, and troubled youth with temporary residential, behavioral, and case management services that prepare them for long-term success. Offers emotional and behavioral support in a safe, structured, home-like setting and uses a systems approach to improve family dynamics and relationships. Referrals to the program come primarily from social services. Offers a federally qualified residential treatment program.||Boulder County||Adolescent Residential Care - Attention Homes||Attention Homes|
|Boys Residential Program (Matthews St) - Turning Point Center for Youth and Family Development||Offers a 24/7 residential program for adolescent boys ages 12-21 facing behavioral, mental health, legal, family and/or substance abuse issues which have not been resolved in a less restrictive setting.
||Larimer County||Matthews St - Turning Point Center for Youth and Family Development||Turning Point Center for Youth and Family Development|
|Girls Residential Program (W Prospect Rd) - Turning Point Center for Youth and Family Development||Offers a 24/7 residential program for adolescent girls ages 12-21 facing behavioral, mental health, legal, family and/or substance abuse programs which have not been resolved in a less restrictive setting.
||Larimer County||W Prospect Rd - Turning Point Center for Youth and Family Development||Turning Point Center for Youth and Family Development|
|Placement Openings - Alternative Homes for Youth (AHFY)||Offers immediate placement openings for the following programs, for adolescent boys ages 14-20:
- Residential Offense Specific treatment
- Residential Mental Health and/or Conduct Disordered treatment
- Independent Living (Residential + Community placement)
- Day Treatment
Additionally, openings exist for outpatient adolescents, including girls who have committed a sexual offense.
||Weld County||Alternative Homes for Youth (AHFY)||Alternative Homes for Youth (AHFY)|
|Residential and Non-Residential Treatment Programs - El Pueblo an Adolescent Treatment Community||Provides residential and non-residential treatment services for adolescents at risk of, or suffering from: mental, addictive, or other behavioral health disorders.||Pueblo County||El Pueblo an Adolescent Treatment Community||El Pueblo an Adolescent Treatment Community|
|Residential Care - Savio House||Offers a 24-hour therapeutic environment for male adolescents with acute, chronic, and/or severe emotional and behavioral problems. The average length of stay is sixty days to six months, however, clients may stay longer under certain circumstances. Clients receive group, family, and individual counseling as needed.||Denver County||Savio House||Savio House|
|Residential Treatment - Denver Children's Home||Provides 24-hour treatment and individual, group, and family therapy to children in crisis. Reasons for admission include attempted suicide, violent outbursts, serious crime, and severe mental and emotional disorders. After an evaluation, a comprehensive treatment plan is developed to address the needs and strengths of the child and the family and a goal is to help identify the causes of their emotional distress and behavior problems, and then to help the child and family develop the skills and resources they need to be successfully reunited.||Denver County||Denver Children's Home||Denver Children's Home|
|Residential Treatment for Children and Adolescents (Church Ranch Blvd) - Devereux Cleo Wallace Center||Offers residential treatment for children and adolescents in with psychiatric, emotional and behavioral health treatment needs. Education through an accredited school is available. Also offers specialized services for autism.||Jefferson County||Church Ranch Blvd - Devereux Cleo Wallace Center||Devereux Cleo Wallace Center|
|Residential Treatment for Youth - Third Way Center||Operates five residential treatment centers. All programs have multidisciplinary team members who are present 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Residents take ownership of their houses and are taught to care for themselves in every area.||Denver County||Third Way Center||Third Way Center|
|Residential Treatment - Tennyson Center for Children||Provides 24-hour care for children who cannot function in a home environment and helps them resolve past traumas and develop new skills to manage emotions and solve problems. The Special Services Unit is also available to provide short-term stabilization services to children and families during mental health or behavioral crises when an inpatient admission is not required.||Denver County||Tennyson Center for Children||Tennyson Center for Children|
|Residential Youth Services (RYS) - Hilltop Community Resources||RYS provides safe and secure residential treatment for males and females ages 5 to 21 throughout Western Colorado.
- Mental health care in a safe, structured residential setting
- Therapeutic, family-systems based approach
- Promotes behavioral and academic improvement
- Builds self-esteem and success
- Vocational services & life skills
Individuals aged 19 an older cannot be admitted to the program, but individuals already in the program ages 19 may stay until age 21.
||Mesa County||1405 WELLINGTON||Hilltop Community Resources|
|Teen Girl's Residential Treatment (Tooele) - Teen Challenge of the Rocky Mountains||New Hope House offers a one year residential service providing drug and alcohol addiction recovery services for at-risk juvenile girls, aged 13-17. Services include education, personal development, life skills, and biblical life principles.||Out of State||Tooele - Teen Challenge of the Rocky Mountains||Teen Challenge of the Rocky Mountains|