Treatment


CTP utilizes a multi-therapeutic environment within each of our clinical programs depending on individual needs. Each individual enrolled in treatment receives an intensive case management assessment followed by case management planning.

Outpatient Treatment
Intensive Outpatient Treatment
Adolescent Outpatient Treatment
Family Center and Women’s Residential Treatment: IRT & TRT
Men’s Residential Treatment: IRT & TRT
Methadone
SSC (Strategies for Self-improvement and Change)
STIRRT (Short-Term Intensive Residential Remediation Treatment)
DUI Programs



Outpatient Treatment

 

Online Brochures:

Outpatient treatment is located in Alamosa, Pueblo, Trinidad, Walsenburg, Lamar, La Junta, and the respective outlying communities within these locations. Programs include:OP: Gender and age-specific individual, family, and group sessions are offered in an outpatient setting, ranging from one to three hours weekly, for a minimum of 12 weeks. The sessions focus on education of the addiction process, physiological effects of substance abuse, recovery aspects, relapse prevention, coping skills enhancement, life skills training, family issues, parenting and communication skills enhancement, and case management referral information.Core Services are located in Alamosa, Pueblo, Trinidad, and Walsenburg. Clinicians work directly with the Department of Social Services to provide evaluations, referrals, and treatment for substance abusing clients.


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Intensive Outpatient Treatment

 

Intensive outpatient treatment is located in Alamosa, Pueblo, and Trinidad. Programs include:IOP: Gender and age-specific individual, family, and group sessions are offered in an outpatient setting ranging from nine to 16 hours weekly for 4 to 6 weeks. The sessions focus on education of the addiction process, physiological effects of substance abuse, recovery aspects, relapse prevention, coping skills enhancement, life skills training, family issues, parenting and communication skills enhancement, and case management referral information.Day Treatment is offered in Alamosa and Pueblo. This program provides day treatment for individuals who need more than traditional outpatient services.


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Adolescent Outpatient Treatment

 

CTP offers a continuum of care for teens (adolescents) in outpatient settings.

These programs include: Adolescent Outpatient treatment: This program services teens in an outpatient setting, ranging from 1 to 8 hours weekly for a minimum of 16 weeks. It includes individual, family, and group sessions. The sessions focus on teen-specific substance use issues, including the following: education of the addiction process, physiological effects of substance abuse, refusal skills development and enhancement, relapse prevention, recovery aspects, family issues, communication skills development and enhancement, coping skills enhancement, life skills training, and case management referral information in the employment, medical, mental health, and educational areas.

Adolescent Intensive Outpatient treatment: This program services teens in an outpatient setting, with sessions ranging from 9 to 16 hours weekly, for 4 to 6 weeks. The sessions focus on the following teen-specific issues: education of the addiction process, physiological effects of substance abuse, refusal skills development and enhancement, relapse prevention, recovery aspects, family issues, communication skills development and enhancement, coping skills enhancement, life skills training, and case management referral information in the employment, medical, mental health, and educational areas. This can be considered aftercare for a teen who has just been released from a residential program.


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Family Center and Women’s Residential Treatment: IRT & TRT

 

Designed for women experiencing substance abuse and co-occurring issues that may create problems for them physically, socially, and legally, which in many instances may affect their family structure.

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Women with Children
This program focuses on women with dependent (minor) children, who either live with them, or are temporarily living somewhere else. The primary focus is to assist women to achieve self-sufficiency in a supportive, substance-free setting. Outpatient, intensive outpatient, and residential services are offered, including individual, family, and group sessions, and case management referral information. Women are encouraged to involve their children in treatment in order to improve parenting skills, and strengthen recovery efforts.

Women without Children
This program offers support to substance-abusing women in either an outpatient, intensive outpatient, or residential setting. Individual, family, and group sessions are offered, as well as case management referral information. The sessions focus on women-specific issues related to recovery from substance abuse.Pregnant Women
Supportive outpatient, intensive outpatient, and residential programs are offered to substance-abusing pregnant women, and to pregnant women who fear relapse. The program sessions focus on issues specifically related to pregnant and post-partum women and are offered for up to 12 months post-partum (after the birth of the baby) in order to ensure the new mother has the support she may require. Intensive case management assessments are conducted on each client, and appropriate referral information is provided.

Programs include:

  • l Women’s Residential Unit (WRU) is offered in Pueblo. Community-based living provides a positive environment where effective life skills are emphasized. Both IRT and TRT programs are available.
  • l Intensive Residential Treatment (IRT) is a residential treatment program offered in Pueblo. This program is designed to meet the needs of male substance abusers. The IRT Program is for the individual who has had other failed treatment episodes in less restrictive treatment environments.
  • l Transitional Residential Treatment (TRT) is an intermediate residential treatment program offered in Pueblo. This program focuses on relapse prevention while trying to integrate the individual back into society. The TRT Program is designed for the individual who has had previous intensive treatment and needs the structure of a controlled environment. Click here for more information on TRT (Requires Adobe Reader®).
  • l SWS (Specialized Women’s Services) is offered in Pueblo. SWS is an outpatient program that offers a variety of treatment needs for women with or without dependent children who have substance abuse/use problems.
  • l Special Connections is a program that addresses issues surrounding substance abuse and pregnancy. This program offers support for both pregnant and postpartum women. For more information on
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Men’s Residential Treatment: IRT & TRT

 

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CTP offers a continuum of care for men in both residential and outpatient settings. Residential programs include:Intensive Residential Treatment (IRT) is a residential treatment program offered in Pueblo. This program is designed to meet the needs of male substance abusers. The IRT Program is for the individual who has had other failed treatment episodes in less restrictive treatment environments.

Transitional Residential Treatment (TRT) is an intermediate residential treatment program offered in Pueblo. This program focuses on relapse prevention while trying to integrate the individual back into society. The TRT Program is designed for the individual who has had previous intensive treatment and needs the structure of a controlled environment. Click here for more information on TRT (Requires Adobe Reader®).


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Methadone

 

The Methadone Maintenance Treatment is an outpatient program. Methadone Maintenance assists individuals addicted to opiates. The Methadone Maintenance treatment provides individual, group and family counseling, to assist individuals to lead a stable, productive life, free of abusing prescription medications and/or illicit substances.


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SSC (Strategies for Self-improvement and Change)

 

SSC is an offender-specific outpatient program targeted for individuals referred by the criminal justice system. UA and Antabuse monitoring available through UA lab.


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STIRRT (Short-Term Intensive Residential Remediation Treatment)
STIRRT (Short-Term Intensive Residential Remediation Treatment) is a comprehensive continuum of care that includes Residential Treatment and Outpatient Treatment. STIRRT Programs are provided for both men and women at our Pueblo locations.STIRRT is a community based program that offers a multi-level of care approach to treatment for individuals who have failed to maintain abstinence while on probation or parole. (MALE and FEMALE Programs available)

 

  • l Referrals are accepted from Community Corrections, Parole, Probation, TASC, and the Courts
  • l 14-day Intensive Residential Treatment (can be extended to 3 or 4 weeks based on need)
  • l Case Management Services
  • l Continuing Care Component - continuing care programming consists of offender specific groups for up to eight (8) months.
  • l Outpatient Care - Weekly groups provided for 19+ weeks, length determined by need

STIRRT Criteria:

  • l In Rural areas, the two week time limit is flexible and will be reviewed and approved on an individual basis so clients are able to obtain STIRRT continuing Care services if they begin services after the two week time period.
  • l Community Corrections referrals CAN be made to STIRRT Residential Care.
  • l A client does not need to have a hot or positive urinalysis test to be admitted to STIRRT Residential Care. The intent to use or use by the client that has not been detected by the referral source is a valid referral if the client meets the other admission criteria.
  • l A client may be referred to STIRRT Residential Care if they have a “deferred Felony” and completion of STIRRT is the sentencing option


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DUI Programs

 

DUI Programs are offered in Alamosa, Pueblo, Trinidad, Walsenburg, Lamar, La Junta and the respective outlying communities within these locations. We offer DUI Level I and Level II education and therapy groups.


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Corporate Office:
118 West B Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: 719-544-3150
Leroy Lucero, President/CEO
Email: llucero@crossroadstp.org
Susan Galvez, Executive Assistant
Email: sgalvez@crossroadstp.org
Michael Seamon, Board Chair

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