The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake

3.9 (24 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
443 S. Highway 105
Palmer Lake, CO 80133
8669437689 Visit Website

Paying for Treatment

  • Insurance is Accepted
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  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted

Treatment Insights

The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs for men and women in gender-specific facilities. Services include medical detoxification, residential treatment, outpatient care, specialized co-occurring disorders treatment, individual and group therapy, anti-addiction medications, behavioral modification therapy, fitness, nutrition, yoga and aftercare programs.

The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake Reviews and Ratings Details

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

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Sl

Was in patient for 9 days- 7 days in detox which bills at $1100.00 per day. Was not approved after 2 days in residence to go to php. Discharged early due to family illness and tried to read it for fur...

Arp

This facility is in an old motel. Mold, wet carpets when in rains. Was sold as an alternative to AA .Not.the food is inedible. I wouldn’t feed it to my dog - he deserves better.some 3 some rooms. Th...

Aro

Mold, sub human food, sub human treatments. I came with a klonopin, ambian addiction. I was immediately told to cold turkey. The entire medical community knows this is inappropriate for these drugs - ...

BAS

I had a good experience here. I was an alcoholic for 30 years and became sober thanks to The Village. 2019

Alias

Badly managed,I got food poisoning in my first week and that was enough.The nursing staff seem misersble.Room checks all the time that they dont tell you when you sign up.Drugs always being smuggled o...

DWJ

It was a great place for me, Thanks to all of you who helped me at a very difficult time.

Toni

I have over a year and a half now sober thanks for the kind, knowledgeable people at Colorado Palmer Lake Recovery Village.

CR

Had a loved one treated here. Was worried for her during the detox part, her detox therapist took excellent care of her. Checked her vitals every couple of hours and kept her comfortable and safe. She...

LS

They have the absolute best therapists there!

Anonymous

My friend said that they were great at helping them to understand this disease. I cannot speak for this person as I have only been told about their experience.

Mike

Staff and clients were great. Got a tremendous amount out of the program; you get out what you put into it. I'm substance free now (5months)in large part to what I learned there. Only negative for...

Kaylyn

A very good choice to begin the road to Recovery. Beautiful setting, professional, and healing vibes. Better than my other 2 experiences by far. Highly recommend!

NL

It's pretty much a country club. The beds are extraordinarily comfortable, bathrooms are clean, rooms are quiet, and the BHTs do everything they can within the rules/their power to accommodate your re...

JA

I usually don't post reviews, but it's clear that there are some reviews posted directly from the company so I wanted to add my perspective to balance it out and warn people of what to really expect. ...

LA

Don\'t take your loved one there...They are co-ed wich means sometimes is one guy on a field trip and nine women... Nutrition is excellent. Too many smoking breaks Allowed other centers e.g. Cedar ins...

Djm

This was the worst experiene of my life. Do not let anyone you care about go here.

Lori

Wonderful staff and therapy...Couldn\'t ask for a more qualified and caring rehabilitation facility

LH

One woman is the best therapist there is. The other staff is under trained. The grounds are beautiful but since it was winter I wasn\'t able to get out much. It is way to close of quarters for the amo...

Morris

Top of the line, state of the art, \"bend over backward\", quality treatment! I spent 55 days at Recovery Village June 19, to September 20, 2015. Just 2 weeks after facility opened. I am 64 & alcoholi...

Anonymous

a really compassionate treatment team in a serene mountain setting but hard to get in, it was a really great place to regain my sense of wellbeing and they taught me the meaning of sober living

Anonymous

Strengths: beautiful serene environment. Weaknesses: cost, sometimes the counselors shoot a lot of BS, if you know what I mean I am slowly putting my life back together, and these people helped me do ...

Anonymous

Strengths: Staff, at home feeling, quiet, peaceful, healthy foods and daily options. Weaknesses: Cost. I would rate this 9 of 10. A friend completed 3 years ago and is still free to this day.

Anonymous

Strengths: Private accommodations are comfortable, restful with separate facilities for men and women. There is a fitness center gym, walking trails and yoga classes. There is a breath taking views o...

JS

Beautiful environment which is healing, comfortable and safe. Very dedicated, well trained staff that are willing to go the extra mile. Great mixture of medical, clinical and holistic modalities. Best...


Areas of Focus
Luxury Residential Treatment

Residents enjoy luxurious resort-style amenities in a home-like setting for holistic relaxation and optimal comfort. Clients enjoy private and semi-private rooms as desired.

Aftercare Services

Upon discharge, clients receive long-lasting support through Recovery Village’s extensive aftercare program. Program offerings include community support meetings, transitional housing opportunities, and more.

Key Staff Members
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    Carolyn Ross, MD - Colorado Director for Eating Disorders

    Dr. Ross completed her undergraduate degree in Modern Foreign Languages at Purdue University and then was a full-time mother of her two older sons before returning to school to complete her Pre-Med requirements. She then went to the University of Michigan Medical School. Dr. Ross’s practice experience after medical school helped fuel her interest in understanding what makes people heal as she saw that most of her patients’ medical problems were related to lifestyle habits and the stresses of modern living. In searching for a better way to address these issues, Dr. Ross began to explore complementary and alternative therapies and the use of herbs and supplements for her patients. She then completed a residency in Preventive Medicine at Loma Linda University and set up practice in San Diego, California, where she eventually opened three women’s centers where she practiced primary care and office gynecology. Her women’s centers integrated the best of western medicine with complementary and alternative therapies such as yoga, acupuncture, chiropractic, and nutrition counseling. She developed and ran a weight management program for weight loss therapy that offered a holistic approach to treating obesity. During that time, she also served as the medical director of The Rader Institute’s inpatient eating disorder program.

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    Heather Phillips, MA, M.Ed., LPC, CAC III - Clinical Director

    From a young age, Ms. Phillips always knew that she wanted to help people. Her passion to help others derives from her personal struggles in adolescence that she learned to overcome. “After I understood what recovery was, I realized it was my life’s goal to help those suffering from the disease of addiction and mental illness.” Ms. Phillips earned a Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from Whitworth University in Spokane, WA. She also holds a Master of Education in Administrative Leadership from Whitworth University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Gonzaga University. She is currently a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Addiction Counselor (Level III) in the State of Colorado. Ms. Phillips has experience providing care in a broad array of treatment settings including residential psychiatric care, inpatient and outpatient substance abuse treatment, and providing treatment in institutional settings. She endorses an integrated view of treatment; one which honors the unique and individualized needs of each person and treating them with the utmost dignity and respect. In addition to her passion for working in the treatment profession, she is also an advocate for animal rescue organizations, anti-human trafficking campaigns, and considers herself an ally in the LGBTIQ community. Ms. Phillips is an adjunct instructor at a local university and enjoys sharing her passion for the helping profession as an educator and community speaker. Since living in Colorado, she has fallen in love with the beautiful terrain and most weekends you will find her hiking the many trails of the Rocky Mountains.