I was an AIM House Participant in the Spring of 2019. Not only did this program save my life, it gave me my life back after struggling with addiction for many years. This isn\'t just your average 12 step program. It targets the person as whole using practices from eastern and western methodologies. The staff is incredibly knowledgeable and supportive.
I would recommend this program to any young adult struggling with addiction, depression and anxiety. Their willingness to encourage you while still focusing on you achieving and maintaining your recovery makes it a top notch program. Of course, you have to want to achieve those goals in order to make them a reality but the staff\'s personal experience in addiction and recovery makes this program unique in Colorado.
Not enough structure . Lack of training and education regarding techs. Not for those who do not wish to regularly engage in rigorous physical activity, lack of communication among staff and parents, allowed to have phones and video games once in the solutions program. Too much freedom too soon. "the financial component" is more of a driving issue regarding initial admission and subsequent decisions to move clients from one level to the next. If client is asked to leave for anything not just using, one day's notice is given. Hardly enough time to get your affairs in order and stay sober. bottom line, if they need to open up a bed, they will compromise another clients best interest and sobriety and move them up one level even if they aren't ready to make room for another paying client. The food is good and nutritious, the outings and service work are all good. J walker u is a great opportunity for those who want to finish college, but it's pricey, so be prepared to keep our wallet open. Bottom line, it''s not for everyone, but some men do succeed and thrive. I just don\'t think j walker has enough years under its belt to have broad range and proven success.