Mental Health, Substance Abuse
Alcohol, Drug, Substance Abusers
Poor, Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent
Our program is one of the most comprehensive programs in Colorado. We are the most affordable and achieve the highest success rates. The majority of our population is high risk, high poverty. We support our clients through every phase of their recovery.
NBRC in collaboration with Mary's Hope:
WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT! TOGETHER WE CONTINUE:
Saving Lives & Healing Coloradans
Treat the Addiction, Counsel the Mental Illness, Foster Attachment Health
Comprehensive List of Programs
We believe we provide the most comprehensive list of programs and services in Colorado through our comprehensive clean and sober living nonprofit collaboration model for individuals to develop as a whole person including peer encouragement, self discovery, therapy, education, appreciation, structure and love. Individuals are required to participate in a daily recovery program which is unique and customized for them as seen in the graphic above. Each client is given unmatched opportunities when they are accepted into our structured environment providing a real 2nd chance at life; working together to learn real friendship, consistent responsibility, becoming employment and financial accountable.
Regardless of the challenges our clients face, our clients learn to change behavior, learn to live life the right way, learn what is gained from helping others; MHSH residents become employed, contribute to community, and develop the skills needed to love themselves and demonstrate to others that there is a way out. In addition to a full service residential inpatient program using an Evidence Base Curriculum:
-2/3 Phase Growth Intensive Clean & Sober Living - Monitored Daily by Clinical Staff
-Extended Care Clean & Sober Living - Monitored Daily by House Manager, Partially CS
-Medication-Assisted Treatment Program
-LENS Neurofeedback (Brain Healing)
-Pain Reduction Program (Laser, Bemer, Biomat, CBD)
-Intensive Outpatient Program
-Counseling Program- Group, Individual, Family
-Prevention & Harm Reduction Program
-Peer Outpatient - Coaching - Monitoring Program
-Life Tools Program
-Nutrition | Exercise Program
-DUI Education & Therapy Program
-Work First & Development Program
-MHSH Employment Training Program
-Service to Community & Leadership Program
-DUI Education & Therapy Program
-Court Advocacy Program
-18th Judicial Transfer Program
-Food & Clothing Program
-Clean & Sober Olympics Program
-Anonymous Meetings Program
-Spiritual Program & Sunday Required Jumpstart
-Art & Music Program
Within these programs some areas of focus include:
Conflict Resolution - Working With Others
Communications - Active Listening
Triggers Internal and External
Boundaries - Every Day Situations
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Belief Systems - Spirituality
Self Awareness & Making Decisions
Feelings / Emotions (identification)
Codependency | Changing Behavior
EQ System - Limiting / Empowering Beliefs
Self-Care (Healthy Self Care Regimen)
Anger Management / Problem Solving Skills
Education and Neuroscience
Stress-Management | Fear & Resentments
Toxic People / Situations / Communication
Co-Active Coaching Methods
Honesty | Integrity | Routines | Accountability
Expectations | Our Part | Spot Checking
Post Treatment Milestones:
NBRC & MHSH provided over 300k in scholarship treatments, programs and services improving our community and giving more individuals a second chance at life.
Residents achieved a 90% employment rate within 60 days after transitioning into our model and participating in our comprehensive programs.
Mary's Hope graduates attain at least a GED or some formal job related training program by the time they graduate from the program.
We were honored by a 2017 law school graduate and roughly 10% of our 2016 clients returned back to school for additional certifications and specialized training. We also had 5% of our residents participating in graduate programs or higher education certificates.
Over 40% of our residential clients received wage increases and/or advancement within their respected places of employment in 2018. Our clients completed over 7,000 hours of on the job training at MHSH in 2017.
Our clients participated various service related commitments to improve community
MHSH completed over 1000 hours of LENS Treatments healing the brain and increasing self sufficiency.
NBRC & MHSH reached a new milestone of advancing programs and services to individuals from our communities who do not reside at MHSH but suffer from addiction and co-occurring mental illness.
Alcohol, Drug, Substance Abusers
The NBRC Collaboration Model deploys intensive recovery, education, structure, safety, healing, advancement, training, and development every day by transitioning our clients into safe-affordable homes, by providing our clients with numerous life changing improvement tools and by offering a life map, a proven path towards success.
With the primary objectives being to save lives, change behaviors, develop self sufficient individuals, and restore families, a partially integrated collaboration model was established between New Beginnings Recovery Center 501c3 and Mary's Hope Sober Homes 501c3. The model took several years to mature and develop but our focus has been to help those individuals who are without support, who are homeless, who find themselves in and out of jail, and who's families and communities have turned their back to them because of their actions. Our programs help individuals who are struggling and want to improve their lives. Our clients come from all populations making us one of the most diverse recovery organizations in Colorado.
In Phase 1 clients receive residential inpatient treatment. In Phase 2 they continue to receive residential inpatient treatment that is customized and personalized to give them the highest chance of building a solid foundation. Phase 3 occurs when our clients are discharged from residential inpatient treatment to clean and sober living. Donations for this program are allocated for individuals transferring into one of our 17 monitored sober living homes.
To provide safe, affordable housing for adults in recovery focusing on successful living; to create a Clean & Sober environment that teaches necessary life skills, builds solid foundations and advances each individual through a comprehensive model; and to foster long-term sobriety by providing monitoring services and support, ongoing treatment, supplemental care and services.
Mary's Hope Sober Homes has reached a success rate of over 90% for those who participated in our program for nine months or longer. Clients realize long-term sobriety (sober on their own for 1 year or more after leaving our program) and continued to be self sufficient and advancement in their daily lives.
Residents achieved a 90% employment rate within 60 days after transitioning into our model and participating in our comprehensive programs. Recently as stated in this application the number has been slightly lower from the issues described above. It still remains over 80% and by the end of 2018 we believe we will be back in the 90% employment rate figure.
Mary's Hope graduates attain at least a GED or some formal job related training program by the time they graduate from the program. We were honored by a 2017 law school graduate and roughly 10% of our 2016 clients returned back to school for additional certifications and specialized training. We also had 5% of our residents participating in graduate programs or higher education certificates.
Over 40% of our residential clients received wage increases and/or advancement within their respected places of employment in 2017.
Our clients completed over 7,000 hours of on the job training at MHSH in 2017.
99% of our clients participate in clean and sober social activities as well as service initiatives to growth their recovery programs.
MHSH completed over 730 hours of LENS Treatments healing the brain and increasing self sufficiency. Each appointment is 15min or less.
MHSH reached a new milestone of advancing programs and services to individuals from our communities who do not reside at MHSH but suffer from addiction and co-occurring mental illness.
MHSH in collaboration with NBRC provided over 300k in scholarship treatments, programs and services improving our community and giving more individuals a second chance at life.
Alcohol, Drug, Substance Abusers
To strengthen and support addiction recovery by collaborating, developing and expanding three core principles: Education, Service, Health & Wellness. In doing so, we provide additional resources and leadership to fight Addiction, A National Emergency. We champion long-term recovery, foster self discovery, broaden prevention education, advance strategic partnership, increase treatment capacity, help save lives and heal our families.
I would be dead without NBRC and Mary's Hope. I was living under a bridge in downtown Denver and found NBRC for my drug addiction. I then transitioned into Mary's Hope and have been able to get a job and rebuild my family. Clean & Sober Olympics helped me overcome the stigma of addiction and today I am proud to be clean and sober.
I had lost everything - my family, my job, and almost my life. I have had several episodes of overdosing this past year. NBRC saved my life. I learned how to rebuild my life. The Clean & Sober Olympics part of NBRC's program allowed me to participate and be of service to our team which helped fund more scholarships for treatment. I find that being of service is a critical part in my recovery.
I had just received my fourth DUI and was facing prison time. Because of NBRC and Mary's Hope, I was given a second chance. I did not have to go to prison and have received the care and treatment that I needed. The Clean & Sober 5k Walk/Run Event showed me that I could have fun in Sobriety.