Black Lives Matter Denver

AspenRidge Recovery Stands with the Black Lives Matter Movement

AspenRidge Recovery Stands with the Black Lives Matter Movement An Open Letter from CEO Ethan Castro We at AspenRidge believe that systemic racism, sexism, and discrimination against under-represented individuals is inherent in our societal structures and in our organization and that it needs to be immediately addressed.  This is a human rights issue and not…

AspenRidge Recovery’s Telehealth Program Wins Big at the American Business Awards®

AspenRidge Recovery’s Telehealth Program Wins Big at the American Business Awards® Colorado Treatment Center Honored for its Efforts to Bring Recovery to Underserved Communities LAKEWOOD, Colo., May 18, 2020—AspenRidge Recovery, a Colorado-based rehab and treatment center specializing in mental health, complex trauma, and addiction, was today named the winner of the Gold and Silver Stevie®…

Recovery Resources During COVID-19: We’re Still Open!

AspenRidge wants to take this time to keep the recovery community connected and offer resources to our clients, staff and the community. Over the next few weeks, we will be hosting several online events and offering support in any way we can to help the community come together and spread hope during this time. As…

COVID-19 UPDATE: ASPENRIDGE TEMPORARILY MOVING IOP & OP CLIENTS TO TELEHEALTH

COVID-19 UPDATE: ASPENRIDGE TEMPORARILY MOVING IOP & OP CLIENTS TO TELEHEALTH A Letter from AspenRidge CEO, Ethan Castro I am reaching out to our entire community to address the evolving global spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). There is nothing more important to us at AspenRidge Recovery than the health and safety of our clients and staff…

woman on laptop talking to therapy through REACH Online Intensive Outpatient Program

Announcing: AspenRidge REACH Online Intensive Outpatient Program

We are very excited to share that AspenRidge has officially launched AspenRidge REACH, our first-ever Online Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)! Over 128,000 Coloradans were dependent upon or abusing illicit drugs last year. There are ten counties in Colorado alone that have no treatment locations even though they experience a high number of drug overdose deaths…