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Each of the 3 phases have a unique focus that addresses the individuals underlying issues and begin the process of becoming self-sufficient.
Colorado State Police gave out 5546 tickets for driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs in 2014.
12% of those citations were marijuana-related.
Statewide, 8% of all drug treatment admissions are for marijuana.
Of the men served at Denver Harbor Light, 40% are veterans. Many of these men battle chronic homelessness – not addiction and need assistance overcoming the issues that have contributed to their current situation.
PHASE 1: RELAPSE PREVENTION & EDUCATION
During this three-month phase, men focus on staying sober through CENAPS Relapse Prevention program, 12-step program participation and one-on-one intensive case management. They also begin life skills classes.
PHASE 2: VOCATIONAL & SPIRITUAL GROWTH
At this point, the men begin the transition phase of the program and start working on skills like saving and budgeting. This phase typically lasts three months. It is at this point that men may start securing employment, while continuing to meet regularly with their case manager.
PHASE 3: TRANSITIONAL LIVING
After the completion of phase two, men have the ability to move into transitional housing for up to two years while working toward financial stability by saving a portion of their monthly income.