Tribe Recovery Homes supports individuals struggling with addiction, mental health, and judicial system involvement. We offer a variety of clinical and therapeutic services specific to the individual and their recovery.
Level II DUI, Level Four Plus DUI Felony
Education and Therapy services have now been added along with our outpatient services. These services are not only provided to individuals who reside in the Tribe houses, but they are also provided to the community at large.
Intensive Outpatient Services
Tribe Recovery’s outpatient program meets three times a week for a total of nine clinical hours per week. IOP is in the evening and individuals are encouraged to maintain employment during daytime hours
Pre-Trial Peer Connect
A grant funded by Caring for Denver where Tribe Recovery Homes partners with Denver City Pretrial, Second Chance Center in the City (SCCIC), and Denver Inner City Parish (DICP). Tribe Navigators are there to support clients from the time they get out of jail to offer emergency shelter options, backpacks with hygiene items, snacks, and bus tickets all the way up until they complete their conditions of Pretrial.
Work and Gain Education and Employment Skills
This program helps to facilitate rehabilitation and reentry into the community upon release from the Colorado Department of Correction (i.e., those on parole). This program offers support and services for participants for up to one year.
Partial Hospitalization Program
Partial Hospitalization Program, individuals enrolled in our PHP program attend a minimum of 20 hours of clinical services per week for a two-to-four-week period. Individuals attend groups, individual therapy and peer coaching sessions.
Trauma Focused Therapy
Tribe Recovery clinicians are knowledgeable about trauma and trauma resolution. We have licensed clinicians that provide EMDR for those working toward trauma resolution.
Release Assistance on Demand
is an even newer grant, Tribe Recovery Homes partners with Denver City and County jail to offer clients that are released from those facilities on two Tiers. First, to offer emergency housing and transportation and second, to do a follow up 5 days after their release to assist with any outreach and navigation requests.