AIM House
 
Quick Facts
Young Adult Program & Transitional Independent Living
Gender:
Coeducational/Single Gender Group

Ages:

Enrollment:
44

Avg. Duration:
6 to 12 months

Founded:
1999

Is Individual Psychotherapy Available?
Yes
Contact Info
Phone:
(303) 554-0011

Fax:
(720) 536-2236

Website:
www.aimhouse.com

 
2000 21st Street
Boulder, CO 80302
 
 
Program Description

Founded by Daniel Conroy and Mae Martin in December 1999, AIM House has both a young men’s and young women’s program. Ages 17.5 to 26 years old, AIM House has been highly successful at helping participants work through issues such as substance abuse, eating disorders, social anxiety, difficulties launching into independence, affective regulatory disorders, attachment and anger problems.

AIM House is an individualized, young adult transitional program. Our program is designed for the individual who is transitioning from residential treatment centers, drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers, wilderness programs, and therapeutic boarding schools. We provide a positively structured living environment and a supportive, personalized program that includes:

  • Master level therapist supervised by PhD;
  • One-on-one coaching;
  • Clinical Psychologist on staff;
  • Peer support;
  • 12-step orientation & support;
  • Group and individual therapy;
  • Family therapy and workshops;
  • DBT Skills Building Group;
  • Tutoring and structured study sessions; and
  • Access to academic institutions, vocational internships and volunteer opportunities.

Our primary goal is to help participants actualize their potential through developing insight and awareness as well as through learning and practicing the important life skills necessary to facilitate growth occurring on the level of long-term behavioral change.

Accreditation, Licensure, Approval:
NIPSA