Peaks Recovery Centers | Addiction Treatment Center

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Garden of the Gods, Pikes Peak, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Triple Peaks Recovery and Serenity Peaks Recovery Centers are nationally accredited, gender specific, extended care addiction treatment programs for young adults, ages 18-30. Located in beautiful Colorado Springs, Peaks Recovery Centers integrate a variety of individual, group, and trauma therapies to treat both substance use disorder and many co-occurring mental health issues. Our six-month PHP/IOP program followed by our three-month OP program setting, allows each individual within our program to incrementally move forward in their recovery. Our programs are favorably structured for young adults and specifically designed to promote long term recovery in an accountable, communal setting.

Everyday millions of individuals and their families are affected by substance use disorder. Studies show that the longer young adults participate in treatment programs and stay active in their recovery, the more likely it is that they will achieve long-term sobriety and stability. We believe it paramount to the long-term success of young adults and their recovery that they continue with extended care treatment. Our client’s personal growth and recovery from alcohol and substance abuse is our highest priority. It’s why we do what we do. At Triple Peaks and Serenity Peaks we value how special your loved one is and we are committed to their long-term recovery and personal growth.

Peaks Successfull Addiction Treatment Programs:

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Our Recovery Program

"Our program is customized to the needs of each person and integrates cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavioral, and motivational therapies alongside psycho-educational, skills development, cognitive, and support groups providing clients with the best chance of recovery from addiction."

A Safe Living Enviornment

"Our gender specific housing, located in beautiful Colorado Springs, provides a much needed change of pace for our clients as they continue their recovery journey. Our accountability method is rooted in the everyday household commitments our clients are expected to participate in during their stay..."

Accountability

"Here at Triple Peaks Recovery Center and Serenity Peaks Reocvery Center, we have witnessed the positive, long term effects of leading an accountable life. While striving to provide hope and compassion for all our clients, we recognize the importance of teaching them to be accountable in their everyday lives."

Family Healing

"At Triple Peaks Recovery Center and Serenity Peaks Recovery Center we know that alcohol and chemical dependency affects the entire family and must be treated as such. As the client engages with their treatment team, their family will also be updated on their loved one's progress on a weekly basis."

Why Extended Care with Peaks Recovery Centers?


We invite all young adult men and women between the ages of 18-30 and their families, recovering from substance abuse, to extend their recovery with us in beautiful Colorado Springs, Colorado. We believe it paramount to the long-term success of young adults and their recovery that the young adults entering our program devote themselves to six months of extended care treatment or at least have the willingness to do so.

Here are some stats supporting long-term treatment:

  • Only about a third of people who are abstinent less than a year will remain abstinent.
  • For those who achieve a year of sobriety, less than half will relapse
  • If you can make it to 5 years of sobriety, your chance of relapse is less than 15 percent.

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