Prior to joining Jaywalker Lodge in June of 2007, Jeff Kremer had worked in the field of addiction and mental health treatment since 1976. During the 17 years prior to joining Jaywalker, Jeff had served in various leadership positions with the Colorado West Regional Mental Health Center including Clinical Supervisor and Program Director of the Aspen Counseling Center, ending with the position of Division Director for the Central Division of the company.
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Jaywalker Lodge provides traditional (30-day) residential and extended-stay programs for men, as well as offering transitional living solutions and continuing care therapies. Jaywalker treatment programs include group and individual counseling, education, mountain expeditions and immersion in all 12-Steps, with a particular emphasis on instilling the principles of integrity, accountability and service.
The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.
Reviews at a Glance
- Use the Colorado Model
Jaywalker Lodge and Solutions Programs have developed a model of care that revolves around what William White, MA referred to as the Recovery Management Model. At its core is community, and the belief that for treatment to be effective, some portion of it must take place in a real life community setting.
- Experiential Approach
Clients at Jaywalker Lodge are motivated about their recovery; and engage on a daily basis with their peers to create and maintain an active, caring community of sober people. The program combines a rigorous clinical curriculum with a variety of mountain-based activities – the treatment milieu at Jaywalker Lodge is built upon honesty, accountability, and service to others
Jeff Kremer - Executive Director
Bob Ferguson - Founder and Director
Prior to opening Jaywalker Lodge on April 14, 2005, founder Bob Ferguson served for over 10 years in senior management and business development positions at three of the premier residential programs in the addiction treatment field.
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