Women’s Residential

Reflections For Women ARTS Treatment Denver, Colorado.

We know change is hard!  Here at Reflections for Women, we are here to help you on your path in becoming safe, sober, and successful!  For More Information, Call 303-734-5000.

Reflections for Women is a 16-bed, approved Medicaid provider, where women can recover from the disease of addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders in a safe and confidential environment. We also provide specialized services to pregnant women and women with infant children where children who are 15 months or younger can reside with their mothers in treatment. Our program utilizes evidence-based and gender responsive methods to assist individuals in learning healthy coping skills and changing unhealthy behaviors to become self-sufficient, confident, and productive members of our community!

Our program’s goal is to reduce fear and stigma associated with treatment. We provide women with compassion, empathy, and hope for a brighter future!

At Reflections for Women, your individualized treatment plan will include:

  • Trauma-informed care
  • Individual counseling and evidence-based groups
  • Parenting groups
  • Family Counseling
  • Psychiatric evaluation and mental health therapy
  • Medication Assisted Treatment
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with a focus on learning new coping skills
  • Communication skills and conflict resolution
  • Employment preparation and resume writing skills
  • Case Management
  • Ability to live with your infant while in treatment
  • Doula services for pregnant women
  • Specialized Services for Children in Residential Care
  • Continuation of care through our outpatient services
  • Transitional living options

Licensure and Credentials

Reflections for Women is licensed by the Colorado Office of Behavioral Health. It is also a Special Connections provider offering specialized services to pregnant and parenting women.

Program staff is comprised of licensed professionals, master-level clinicians, and certified addictions specialists and technicians; many of whom are in recovery from substance addiction.

If you are a woman or pregnant woman impacted by a severe substance use disorder, call us today to speak with one of our Admissions Counselors at 303- 734-5000!