Recovery is possible,no matter how confused a mind has become.
In our experience, hope is intelligent, loving, and realistic.
And as far off as they may seem, hope and courage are always close at hand…
Windhorse Community Services began here, in Boulder, Colorado. As a pioneer and leader in mindfulness-based approaches to mental health recovery, we’ve been creating compassionate, individually tailored, home based healing environments since 1981.
With some of the founders still present, as well as having a richly experienced and award-winning clinical staff, we offer unmatched depth for engaging complex mental health challenges.
In light of the current circumstances with COVID-19 coronavirus we want to assure you that we are continuing to take inquiry calls through admissions and offering services to clients, both remotely and in person, while taking all the necessary precautions so that clients, staff and family are safe.
If you have any questions or need clarification please contact us at 303-786-9314, ext. 125.
One Size Does Not Fit All
We see our clients as unique individuals, fundamentally healthy and sane. We don’t reduce people to just being a bundle of problems that need to be fixed.
Experiencing a loved one’s struggle with mental health challenges is unspeakably difficult.
Our Admissions Team can help you find the right resources, whether you work with us or not.
Our approach is individually tailored; excellent at forming and maintaining therapeutic alliances to create optimal conditions for a genuine path of recovery.
I am so grateful for our family working with Windhorse in a very difficult situation. Windhorse is very professional, heart-centered, competent, and flexible when the need arises.
– Michael L.
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