It's pretty much a country club. The beds are extraordinarily comfortable, bathrooms are clean, rooms are quiet, and the BHTs do everything they can within the rules/their power to accommodate your requests.
The days are pretty routine...up at 6:30, coffee, shower, breakfast at 8, groups from 9 to 4:30 with a 45 minute lunch and plenty of smoke breaks.
The scenery is breath taking. Some of the therapists are incredible - luck of the draw. A large majority of the staff is in recovery.
Probably one of the nicest rehabs in the United States. Don't get me wrong, the rules can be restrictive and arbitrary, but it's for everyone's safety. No privacy, but that's to be expected, you get use to it.
Coming from someone who has worked in several fine dining restaurants, the food is exceptional. One piece of advice - fill up during meal times because there is no free access to snacks. Even if you're not hungry, eat, you'll be hungry later if you don't.
Palmer Lake, CO
By not having effective treatment programs available for addicts who have not committed crimes solely because there relapses and their ability to leave the program will have an effect on the success and completion rate, which can influence funding and how we measure the efficiency of treatment programs is stopping us from working on preventing people from committing crimes in the first place. This causes addicts who may truly want to stop from being able to receive the help they need. This is not my company fault and we do the best we can with what we have, client are treated with respect but it is a maximum stay of five day, resources are not there for those ready to change and not on paper.
Triple Peaks is outstanding in every way. As a family member, we had access to the staff to answer our questions and talk through decisions. We were also invited to attend a family therapy weekend, which was extremely helpful. I can’t say enough positive things about Triple Peaks.
Colorado Springs, CO