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AIM House, LLC

2000 21st Street, Boulder, Colorado, 80302
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Patient Reviews

Overall Ratings
  • 3.8
    Avg. score from 6 reviews
  • 4
    Accommodations & Amenities
  • 3.5
    Treatment Effectiveness
  • 4
    Meals & Nutrition
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Travis
  • Accommodations & Amenities
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AIM is a good program with quality staff that understands the struggles and needs of its participants. I feel like I personally gained and learned more about myself during my time as a participant there than I did in my primary care. However; the program is only really suited to help those who WANT to be there. Many participants who "checked out" or saw it as a temporary stop before returning to their everyday lives seem to have struggled after leaving the program. They didn't take things like groups seriously and made little effort actually to improve themselves while being there, and my most considerable criticism of their work is that they do not try to change this mentality while there. It makes it harder for those who are actually trying to gain something from the experience when half the participants spend nearly every day criticizing the program simply because they do not want to be there or do not wish to be sober. That being said, for those who take advantage of all AIM has to offer, I can't think of a better place to transition back into the world. Many staff members have been through treatment themselves and work to help participants navigate the world post-treatment as well as provide them with numerous resources to help them succeed in their time after leaving AIM, everything from helping participants get into college, helping them with job placement, and continuing mentorship and therapy after leaving if they so choose. It has been some time since I was there myself, so it is possible things have changed in terms of the attitudes of participants, but I'll always be grateful for my time there. I believe if it wasn't for AIM supporting and encouraging me the way they did at such a critical point in my life I would have been a lot worse off today.
Laura
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I was an AIM House Participant in the Spring of 2019. Not only did this program save my life, it gave me my life back after struggling with addiction for many years. This isn\'t just your average 12 step program. It targets the person as whole using practices from eastern and western methodologies. The staff is incredibly knowledgeable and supportive. I would recommend this program to any young adult struggling with addiction, depression and anxiety. Their willingness to encourage you while still focusing on you achieving and maintaining your recovery makes it a top notch program. Of course, you have to want to achieve those goals in order to make them a reality but the staff\'s personal experience in addiction and recovery makes this program unique in Colorado.
Joseph
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I have been connected to AIM House in Boulder for near 20 years. It started when my partner\'s young 19 year old was having a host of issues with anxiety, some depression and occasionally smoking weed. He just could not get on track with emerging successfully in young adulthood. I recommended AIM House and to my partner and his son went there for about 6 months. I cannot say enough about the therapeutic support, mentoring and life skills they provided him and how quickly he was able to cope and find direction in his life. He entered college, got a part-time job and became involved in the young adult community here in Boulder. Over the years I have had the opportunity to recommend many young adults to AIM House and the outcomes for the participant and their families is all you could hope for. Great program. Joseph D.
Anonymous
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AIM House is a careless, unorganized, and stress-provoking program. It is incredibly overpriced for the level of care administered, particularly in regard to therapeutic care. Essentially the only thing it is paying for, at $12,000 a month to start, is therapy and room and board. The laundry dryer was also broken and the van was constantly breaking down and had no seatbelt for a significant amount of time. \"Participants\" who are deemed to be struggling are asked to go on \"one-on-one\" trips and are often charged for the trip while still being charged for living at the house (even though they are not there during that time!). The only thing that gets any attention of the program directors is a parent threatening to remove their child from the program. The program was extremely neglectful, with some of the staff member\'s actions and disrespect towards the participants. I would highly advise against sending anyone to this \"rehabilitation\"- it is a corporation.
HW
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Aim house has some great ideas and people. And some not so great people who forget to treat the women there with respect....This program cost too much and is too important to have (unqualified) people working there. My daughter went through the program and is living well on her own. She received straight A's and is on the Dean's List...She learned a lot at Aim House and has continued to use their services for graduates.