and Family Care
Comprehensive substance use and co-occurring mental health disorder treatment centered around the resolution of trauma, self-regulation skills, and developing recovery-oriented lifestyles.
Reach us at (844) 955-1066
A Different model of care
Our Trauma-Integrated Care model comprehensively addresses substance use disorders and the effects of developmental trauma, PTSD, and adverse life events.
Addressing critical issues
Foundry Steamboat leadership are actively involved with education, policy advising, and advocacy to increase treatment access, help entire family systems, and improve public knowledge.
A team of experienced practitioners and thought leaders working to improve treatment efficacy and share important insights with the behavioral healthcare field.
Who We Treat
The Foundry Steamboat Men's Residential Program treats adult men experiencing substance use, co-occurring mental health conditions, and trauma. This program offers comprehensive, coordinated treatment including medical care, psychiatry, psychotherapy, fitness, and wellness coupled with gender-responsive and trauma-informed approaches. Its focus, milieu, and expertise make this program especially appropriate to men for whom previous treatment episodes have been unsuccessful.Learn More
The Barnes Family Institute at Foundry Steamboat
When any family member suffers the effects of substance use and mental health disorders, all family members can be affected. The Barnes Family Institute is an intensive, two-level program teaching and coaching families to safely and effectively communicate to address root causes of dysfunction and create recovery-supportive lifestyles.Learn More
Intensive Outpatient Program
Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is a comprehensive telehealth option available to any adult Coloradan. Like all Foundry Steamboat programming, our IOP adheres to the Trauma-Integrated Care model developed by Chief Clinical Officer, Dr. Michael Barnes. The program offers individual and group therapy with the convenience and privacy of secure telehealth.Learn More
Trauma, whether PTSD or developmental, is a serious medical problem that can lead to substance use and mental health disorders and make it harder to maintain recovery.
Trauma, unfortunately, is very common in our society. Research indicates that 40 percent of people with PTSD also experience substance use disorders. Identifying underlying trauma, treating its affects, and learning to reduce future trauma exposures is crucial to restoring normal functioning and the ability to sustain recovery.
25% EXPERIENCE ABUSE OR NEGLECT
as childhood trauma
16% OF YOUTHS 14 - 17 SEXUALLY VICTIMIZED
in one year in the U.S.
70% OF ADULTS IN THE U.S.
experienced some kind of traumatic event at least once in their lives
Addressing trauma in all its forms on individuals and family systems
Foundry Steamboat is founded on the idea that trauma, whether PTSD, developmental, or adverse life events, is a prominent feature of addictive disorders and co-occurring mental health conditions. Identifying untreated trauma and helping to process and resolve its effects is crucial to allowing people to enter recovery. Also vital is the need to understand the implications of addiction on entire family systems and help families restore healthy behaviors and communication to restore quality of life for all members and support the recovery of their loved one.Learn More
Modeling a recovery supportive lifestyle
Catch & Release Video Series
Catching up on news and events affecting the field of behavioral health and releasing insights into the worldMore to Watch
Foundry Steamboat "Catch & Release" Episode 1: The Effects of Cannabis Use Disorder on Families
Foundry Steamboat CEO, Ben Cort, and Chief Clinical Officer, Dr. Michael Barnes discuss the affects of cannabis use disorder on individuals and families.
Call us today at (844) 955-1066
When you call Foundry Steamboat Treatment Center, you will speak with an experienced professional who will listen to the issues you, a loved one, or a patient are experiencing and help determine if this program is right for you. If your needs require a different level or type of care, or if another specialized provider would better meet your needs, we will do our best to refer you to an appropriate resource.Contact us now