Alcohol Interventionist

Drug and Alcohol Interventionist – Helping Individuals Overcome Addiction

Drug and Alcohol Interventionist – Helping Individuals Overcome Addiction overview Located in Boulder, Colorado, in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, the 90-day residential program for men at Choice House gives clients from all walks of life the chance to heal from addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders. Whether they’ve battled addiction before or this…

How EMDR Integrates Several Psychotherapies and Extracts Benefits From All of Them

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a type of therapy that helps individuals process and overcome traumatic experiences. It does this by using bilateral stimulation, such as eye movements or tapping, to stimulate both sides of the brain and help individuals process their experiences more effectively. The goal of EMDR is to help individuals…

Recovering What’s Been Lost, Pt 3

How Justin Found Sobriety, Community and More at Choice House: Part 3 Some lessons in life we learn on our own. Others we discover by accident. But the best ones come from our friends, family and role models. This is something Justin would come to learn during his time at Choice House. He started his…
5 Myths About Wilderness Therapy Programs

5 Myths About Wilderness Therapy Programs

Wilderness therapy is an incredibly powerful tool for developing a healthier mindset and overcoming challenges like substance abuse, but these programs are often misunderstood. Too many people think wilderness and outdoor therapies take place in the middle of nowhere with limited access to running water, technology and other modern comforts. At Choice House, we want…
who might be struggling with addiction

How To Help Someone Struggling With Addiction

It can feel hopeless when someone you care about is struggling with addiction. You might be at your wit’s end trying to convince them to seek treatment, but it is possible to get them to realize and accept that they have a problem. However, the process isn’t easy and may cause some emotional distress on…

Exploring Co-occurring Disorders For Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Founded in 1949 by Mental Health America (MHA), the nation’s leading nonprofit dedicated to improving the mental wellness of all, its purpose is to raise awareness, educate the public, and dispel the harmful myths surrounding mental illness. In that spirit, it’s a good time to reach out to someone…
overcome the stigam of addiction in the workplace

How To Overcome The Stigma of Addiction & Mental Illness In The Workplace

When we look back at the past hundred years, it’s easy to see how far we’ve come in regards to mental illness. Advances in psychiatry have given us a deeper understanding of the mind, so we now recognize mental health and substance use disorders as real, treatable conditions that can be managed with the right…
what attorneys should know about addiction treatment

What Attorneys Should Know About Addiction & Treatment

Substance abuse often results in legal trouble. According to the Bureau of Justice, 21% of prisoners are incarcerated for crimes related to drugs or alcohol, and over half meet the criteria for addiction or dependency. Because of this, you might assume that an attorney’s exposure to substance abuse comes from their clientele, but this isn’t…
identifying signs of alcoholism

Identifying The Top 10 Signs Of Alcoholism

April is National Alcohol Awareness Month. That means it’s a good time to reflect on our drinking habits and how it affects our daily lives, but alcohol use is so common that it can be difficult to know if you or a loved one has a problem. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse…

ready to choose a life worth living?

Don’t let addiction or co-occurring mental health conditions keep you from leading the happy, healthy, and empowered life you deserve. Contact Choice House today and embrace recovery.

"*" indicates required fields

Full Name*
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
Choice Logo