Rehab Colorado | STIRRT

rehab colorado Program Overview
The Short-Term Intensive Residential Remediation Treatment (STIRRT) program assists adult male or female offenders who are on parole or probation, and have difficulty maintaining sobriety from drugs and alcohol.


This three week program (with a minimum of 35 therapy hours per week) is intended to combine the most recent advances in substance use disorder treatment, including motivational enhancement, cognitive behavioral theories and strategies for self-improvement and change. Continuing care services (outpatient) are offered following residential and span about eight months.   


Program Services
STIRRT treats substance use and co‑occurring mental health disorders with offenders who are on parole or probation. Gender specific services address perpetrator/victim cycle, thinking errors, conflict management, refusal skills, anger management, family issues, communication skills, assertiveness training, coping skills, relapse prevention, job skills, relaxation meditation, spirituality, and the development of a support system.


Admission Criteria
• Must be 18 years of age or older;
• All patients are referred by probation, parole, drug court, community corrections, or Treatment Accountability for Safer Communities (TASC);
• Must have severe substance abuse and/or co-occurring mental health disorders;
• One or more misdemeanor or felony convictions, and must be at risk of being incarcerated in a Department of Corrections or county jail to be accepted into the program.


People Most Able to Benefit from this Program
• Men or women whose criminal record consists of misdemeanor or felony convictions;
• Men or women who are unable to maintain abstinence from alcohol and drugs while under supervision of the Criminal Justice System;
• Men or women who are unable to maintain sobriety from alcohol and drugs while in outpatient treatment;
• Men or women who are at risk of having probation or parole revoked and of being incarcerated;
• Men or women who are assessed as needing intensive levels of treatment; and
• Men or women completing the STIRRT program who are in need of intensive outpatient services.


Expected length of time in program
21 days. After completing STIRRT, Arapahoe House recommends that patients transition to STIRRT Continuing Care outpatient program.


Hours of Operation
STIRRT Residential program operates 24 hours per day throughout the year.
STIRRT Continuing Care: Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.


Wheat Ridge (men) and Littleton, CO (women)


For referral or admission to any of our programs, please contact patient access: 303.657.3700 or  Phone lines are open Monday through Saturday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.