Addiction & Recovery – This program provides services to clients with substance use disorders and co-occurring disorders, in the context of individual and group therapy, intensive outpatient treatment, case management, and psychoeducation.

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) – This program provides specialized support including community outreach to adults with severe and persistent mental illness who are often difficult to engage in treatment, some of whom are court-ordered for treatment.

Aurora Center for Life Skills – This program provides adapted treatment for adults experiencing a mental illness and developmental disability. The student will engage in case management, individual and group therapies (including DBT), case consultations, intakes, and treatment planning.

Colorado Refugee Wellness Center - The Refugee Clinic provides outpatient mental health and health navigation services to first- and second-generation refugees and immigrants in the greater Aurora area and beyond. Our therapy team provides individual, family, and group therapy to youth and adults and our health navigation team provides interpretation, cultural brokerage, and case management. We strive to provide multidisciplinary, culturally-responsive, linguistically-sensitive care to help our clients access resources that help promote recovery, acculturation, and community integration.

Community Living Program – This is an adult intensive services team providing a broad range of services to adults with serious and persistent mental illness. Services offered include individual and group therapy, crisis drop in and intervention, case management, peer support, support to manage finances, psychoeducation, and recreation therapy.

Connect to Care (C2C) – This program provides initial screening and interventions for those seeking mental health services at AMHR. Children and adults of all ages come into this counseling clinic and to receive services in flexible ways that meet their current preferences and needs.

Crisis Services – This is a crisis response system with a range of services and sites. The majority of services are time-limited and support clients with risk assessment and short-term therapeutic support.

Homeless Services – This program provides intensive clinical case management and mental health services to indigent and homeless adults in Aurora. The student will assist clients with benefits acquisition, linkage to medical care, vocational training, and housing support.

Older Adult Counseling Center – This program provides services for adults ages 55 and older. It provides student intern training that meets the Pikes Peak Model for Training in Professional Geropsychology.

Southeast Adult Counseling Center - This program is a comprehensive outpatient clinic serving adults between the ages of 18 and 55. This team provides mental health treatment and education to individuals, couples, and adult members of families who are seeking help for a wide variety of mental health diagnoses and concerns.

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