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Harmony Foundation Offers Important Daytime IOP Addiction Treatment to Fort Collins

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ESTES PARK, CO. (PRWEB) -- Harmony Foundation, a 50-year-old addiction treatment center headquartered in Estes Park, CO is launching a new intensive outpatient program (IOP) that opens its doors  March 3, 2020. The Harmony IOP is intended to bring a much-needed daytime level of care to the region. Currently, there is only one other daytime program in Fort Collins, which typically has a six-week waiting list. This program is appropriate for individuals who may not require a residential level of care or have recently completed a residential program and are working toward continued sobriety in a less structured treatment environment.

“The daytime model is critical because we’re bringing an effective intensive level of outpatient care that has traditionally been more within reach financially while introducing even greater accessibility from a time perspective,” says chief executive officer, Jim Geckler.

The IOP is a robust program, facilitated by a licensed professional counselor, that includes cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) to treat substance use disorder (SUD) but also co-occurring disorders associated with SUD. Anxiety and depression are frequently diagnosed during client evaluation, with both conditions often related to trauma

For more information about this program or to inquire about a screening, please contact us at (970) 591-4097 or visit us at www.harmonyfoundationinc.com

About Harmony Foundation

Harmony Foundation is a nonprofit alcohol and drug addiction recovery program that serves in a collaborative and respectful treatment environment. Harmony promotes physical, emotional and spiritual healing, empowering our clients to embark upon the lifelong journey of recovery. Visit HarmonyFoundationInc.com to learn more.

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Gina de Peralta Thorne, MS
Chief Marketing Officer
970-577-4709
gthorne@harmonyfoundationinc.com

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