CeDAR offers Telehealth Peer Coaching to help those seeking long-term sobriety. This allows you to work with your coach online or by phone, so that you can stay connected wherever you are. Telehealth coaching has allowed many people to progress in their recovery quickly and efficiently from any location.
Contact Kelly Martin: Kelly.Martin3@uchealth.org (720) 848-2997 or Pam Isenhower: Pamela.Isenhower@uchealth.org (720) 848-8839 to schedule a free consultation.
Kelly Martin or Pam Isenhower will return your call Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. If you leave a message after hours or on the weekend, they will return your call the next business day during those hours.
Those who have participated in Inpatient and Outpatient treatment programs at CeDAR benefit greatly from Telehealth Peer Coaching. It provides a structured recovery connection for as long as needed. Extended engagement with recovery systems has shown to have the best outcomes for long-term sobriety.
Contact CeDAR Alumni & Volunteer Coordinator, Meghan White: Meghan.White@uchealth.org (720) 281-1605 to set up an appointment.
Meghan White will return your call Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. If you leave a message after hours or on the weekend, she will return your call the next business day during those hours.
Addiction affects everyone, including family members and friends. This is why CeDAR’s Family Services offers a consultation for family members and loved ones who are struggling to deal with an addicted person. If you have an addicted loved one, and you need help changing your own life please reach out.
Contact CeDAR Family Educator, Blair Thurston: Blair.Thurston@uchealth.org (720) 848-3070 to set up an appointment.
Blair Thurston will return your call within one hour of your voicemail Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. If you leave a message after hours, she will return your call the next business day during those hours.
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