Addiction Rehab Program | Substance Abuse Addiction Treatment

We establish strong roots.

We believe that mental health, trauma, and family are the root of recovery. We focus on healing these systems and provide each person with the tools they need to grow and sustain long-term recovery.

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The Aspen Tree

The aspen tree is remarkably similar to our approach to healing. In the beginning phases of treatment, we focus on “clearing the area” and stabilizing the individual. As our clients transition through treatment, roots start to emerge. The individual starts to uncover the underlying issues that contribute to their substance use such as trauma, depression, anxiety, and other mental health-related issues. Clients are then empowered to integrate their knowledge and skills to grow into a life of recovery.

Like a colony of aspen trees, our clients never stand alone. We provide a safe, life-long community for individuals and their family members to stay connected through sober social events like intramural sports, holiday parties, barbeques, educational webinars, and more.

Recovery is possible, and a fulfilling life starts here.

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Our Roots

Knowing and doing what’s right.  

We help people find the best treatment program for them, even if it’s not ours!  We have clinicians that are dually licensed to treat mental health and addiction, and often hold additional certifications for trauma treatment. We use evidence-based therapies (like CBT & DBT) along with holistic therapies to support social, emotional, physical and spiritual wellness. We are accredited with The Joint Commission and the National Association of Treatment Providers and providing quality care is a top priority. 

We aspire, we fail, we try again.

We embrace that healing is not linear, and change isn’t possible without setbacks. Getting up after failure is a courageous, vulnerable, and necessary action to achieve goals and sustain change. We help our clients leave shame at the door and build the tools they need to live a life of long-term recovery while acknowledging every success and lesson learned along the way.   

“It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows, in the end, the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat.” 

Trust your intuition. If it doesn’t feel right speak up. 

In active addiction, it’s easy to ignore our inner voice and intuition. Through individual, group and family therapy, we help clients rewire their brain, tap back into their intuition and rediscover their voice. By partnering with our clients, we empower them to take ownership of their quality of life. 

We exchange our time, talents, and abilities to enrich each others’ lives.  

Addiction doesn’t just impact one person. It impacts the close relationships with that person. We help individuals and their loved ones repair relationships, set boundaries, improve communication, and more. From the first phone call and beyond treatment, our program creates life-long recovery support for the individual and their loved ones.

We don’t take ourselves too seriously. Have fun.  

Getting sober does not have to mean all work and no fun. We help people realize recovery can be rewarding. Newfound sobriety means more time to try new things and find new passions. We help clients explore hobbies like rock climbing, intramural sports, creative writing, meditating, and more. Clients find genuine joy by creating a new sober community, repairing meaningful relationships and family dynamics, and building a life they don’t want to escape from. 

Guiding Principles

  • People Matter. We believe that people matter and hold value by simply existing. We are imperfect human beings and everyone has something to offer. 
  • Learning is Reciprocal. We serve each other. Our clients and staff are both teachers and students; we embrace both roles. 
  • It’s We. Collectively join together and create momentum for change that isn’t possible with just one person. Community and meaningful connection are powerful, and nobody deserves to walk this path alone. 
  • Life Happens in Shades of Grey. Human beings are layered and so is healing. It doesn’t happen overnight, and every single small success has impact and value. 
Recovery Residences

Our Continuum of Care

Mental health and addiction treatment aren’t one-size-fitsall. We offer a continuum of care focused on transitioning each individual through our levels of care as they progress through treatment. This provides better outcomes and long-term recovery. We utilize evidence-based practices (like CBT, DBT, ACT, Motivational Interviewing) in conjunction with holistic treatments that support overall social/emotional wellbeing. We offer up to a year of continuous treatment for mental health, trauma, and addiction and a lifetime of recovery support.  

Day Program

  • 30+ hours of treatment each week
  • 6 hours of group therapy 5 days per week 
  • Individual therapy sessions for addiction, mental health & trauma
  • Medication-assisted treatment
  • Up to 30 days of care 
  • Case Management & Alumni Program events
  • In-person only

5-Day Intensive Outpatient Program

  • 15 hours each week
  • 3 hours of group therapy sessions 5 days per week 
  • Weekly one-on-one therapy sessions 
  • Medication-assisted treatment
  • Up to 60 days of care
  • Case Management & Alumni Program events
  • In-person & online

3-Day Intensive Outpatient Program

  • 9 hours of treatment each week
  • 3 hours of group therapy 3 days per week 
  • Biweekly one-on-one therapy sessions 
  • Medication-assisted treatment
  • Up to 90 days of care
  • Available in-person and online 

AspenRidge Virtual Care

  • 9 hours of treatment each week
  • 3 hours of group therapy 3 days per week 
  • Biweekly one-on-one therapy sessions 
  • Medication-assisted treatment
  • Up to 90 days of care
  • Available online 


Family System Stabilization

  • Couples and family sessions 
  • 1.5 hour psychoeducational and support groups 1x per week 
  • Family alumni support group 2x per month


  • Brainspotting
  • AcuDetox
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Lifetime Community Support (Alumni Program)

Case Management

  •  Housing, transportation, community referrals, employment, and education support, community engagement and recovery support 

Psych Services & support with Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)  

Holistic Treatment

Engaging people in treatment that supports their mental/emotional, physical, spiritual, and social needs 

  • Mental/emotional: Groups, individuals, brainspotting, yoga, medication management, art and music-based treatment activities, mindfulness, AcuDetox, psychodrama  
  • Physical: Experiential activities (active/movement-based treatment activities), nature/mindfulness walks, nutrition, yoga, access to medical care for PHP level of care, acudetox, psychodrama, medication management, case management to connect clients with medical providers  
  • Spiritual: Mindfulness, meditation, yoga, nature walks, art and music-based treatment activities, acudetox  
  • Social: Groups, family/couples, alumni program, app, case management (vocational support, sober community), experiential (team building activities), alumni joining groups (once a week for day program; once a month for evening program), multifamily group, family core support document, psychodrama 

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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at AspenRidge Recovery

At AspenRidge Recovery, diversity, equity, and inclusion are essential to our mission, vision and impact. We know that having wide-ranging perspectives generates better solutions to solve problems and meet the complex needs of our clients, employees and community. 

We believe that all people hold value and deserve to live a life with courage, purpose and connection. We are committed to removing bias and understanding the different backgrounds and cultures of our clients in our treatment programs in order to provide them with the best outcomes possible. By listening and understanding, we are better able to provide exceptional treatment to people who are oftentimes harmed by the inequities of the health care system.  

We are committed to advancing a workplace where all employees have an opportunity to participate and contribute to our success and are valued for their skills, experience, and unique perspectives.  

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AspenRidge Recovery provides treatment options for alcohol and substance abuse.

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