A Better Treatment Option
An Alternative to Inpatient and Residential Treatment
Based in Boulder, Colorado, Windhorse Community Services is a leader in mindfulness-based mental health recovery. Our award-winning clinical staff—many of whom have been with us for over a decade—are deeply experienced in addressing the complex needs of people with severe mental health challenges and helping them reach a healthier, more integrated state of being.
Our unique approach includes setting clients up in their own home, creating a tailored treatment team, and providing supervised community activities and work opportunities. Through compassionate, daily care, we give clients the opportunity to build a rich and rewarding life and to find a better way to relate to themselves and the world around them.
In the words of one of our long-time psychiatrist collaborators,
“I refer to Windhorse for a variety of reasons, but especially when I have no idea what will actually be helpful for someone and how long it will take.”
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This webinar includes answers to questions like:
- Where do clients live?
- What does their day-to-day life look like?
- How do we incorporate psychiatric care and medication?
- Can we help clients find employment?
- How do we handle addictions?
- What is the typical length of treatment?
- What’s the cost of Windhorse and how does it compare to other programs?
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Who do we best serve?
We serve adults, ages 18 – 65, and we sometimes work with younger teens. Our approach is particularly effective for complex and high acuity mental health challenges, which can include:
- Psychotic disorders
- Anxiety disorders
- Mood disorders
- Personality disorders
- Autistic spectrum disorders
- Complex co-occurring challenges
- Complex family challenges
An Individually Tailored Approach
Many professionals, agencies, and hospitals refer clients to us who don’t fit neatly into standard therapeutic options.
People who have:
- The need for a structured step-down from an inpatient or residential setting
- An unclear diagnosis or constellation of diagnosis
- Strong preferences for a non-institutional therapeutic setting
- A need for family’s close, long-term involvement in recovery and life planning
- Repeated difficulty making successful attachments to programs or therapies
- The need to explore their sexual identity
- The wish to explore being on minimal to no psychotropic medications
- Spiritual or religious inclinations which are integral to their life meaning and expression