Centennial Peaks Hospital

Detailed report on the mental health and substance abuse treatment rehabilitation center located in Louisville, Colorado (CO).

Centennial Peaks Hospital is a drug or alcohol rehabilitation center with a primary focus on mental health and substance abuse treatment based at 2255 South 88th Street in Louisville, CO.

The facility provides detoxification and buprenorphine services to the public. The treatment center provides outpatient and hospital inpatient care. There are special groups and programs for adolescents and persons with co-occuring mental and substance abuse disorders. No special language services are available. Payments via private insurance and military insurance are accepted. Payment assistance is not offered for program costs.

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Rated 1.89 out of 5 from 18 User Reviews
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Rated 2.11 out of 5 on this user rated measure.

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Rated 2.11 out of 5 on this user rated measure.

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Rated 2.17 out of 5 on this user rated measure.

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Rated 2.00 out of 5 on this user rated measure.

Primary Focus

A mix of Mental Health and Treatment Services

Address

2255 South 88th Street
Louisville, CO 80027

Phone Number

(303) 673-9990

Geographic Coordinates

39.947654, -105.147008
* The accuracy of these coordinates is at a address level.

Website

Services

Charts

Substance Abuse Treatment

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers substance abuse treatment services. Substance abuse is viewed by the medical community as a long term illness and most treatment services are often designed specifically for the patient. Since physical changes occur within the brain when a person becomes addicted, overcoming the illness can be a long and up hill battle.

This Provider This Provider
Yes
Louisville
3 (100.00%) Offer this Service
Boulder County
21 (100.00%) Offer this Service
Colorado
393 (99.24%) Offer this Service
United States
11,192 (98.34%) Offer this Service

Detoxification

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers detoxification services. Detoxification is the process of removing drugs and the effects of drugs from the body. There are numerous types of approaches to accomplish this.

This Provider This Provider
Yes
Louisville
1 (33.33%) Offer this Service
Boulder County
3 (14.29%) Offer this Service
Colorado
37 (9.34%) Offer this Service
United States
2,190 (19.24%) Offer this Service

Buprenorphine

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers buprenorphine services, for use in substance dependence treatment. Buprenorphine services can be used to manage opioid dependence and is generally viewed to have a lower dependence-liability than methadone.

This Provider This Provider
Yes
Louisville
1 (33.33%) Offer this Service
Boulder County
1 (4.76%) Offer this Service
Colorado
20 (5.05%) Offer this Service
United States
1,783 (15.67%) Offer this Service

Halfway House

Status

Indicates whether the facility has half way house facilities. A half way house can provide a person with monitoring and support upon reintegration into society when recovering from a dependency.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
0 (0.00%) Offer this Service
Boulder County
1 (4.76%) Offer this Service
Colorado
15 (3.79%) Offer this Service
United States
1,088 (9.56%) Offer this Service

Methadone Maintenance

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers methadone maintenance, for use in substance dependence treatment. Methadone can be used, much like Buprenorphine, to manage opioid addiction. Use of the drug can be used for both short and long term substance management.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
0 (0.00%) Offer this Service
Boulder County
1 (4.76%) Offer this Service
Colorado
8 (2.02%) Offer this Service
United States
1,068 (9.38%) Offer this Service

Methadone Detoxification

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers methadone detoxification services. Since Methadone can take the place of opioids, it is sometimes used to ease patients off drugs.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
0 (0.00%) Offer this Service
Boulder County
1 (4.76%) Offer this Service
Colorado
4 (1.01%) Offer this Service
United States
847 (7.44%) Offer this Service

Type of Care

Charts

Outpatient

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers outpatient services on site. When used in context of substance abuse treatment, outpatient means that the patients do not live at the facility but rather come for classes, visits, or group meetings.

This Provider This Provider
Yes
Louisville
3 (100.00%) Offer this Care
Boulder County
20 (95.24%) Offer this Care
Colorado
365 (92.17%) Offer this Care
United States
9,332 (82.00%) Offer this Care

Partial Hospitalization or Day Treatment

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers partial hospitalization or day treatment services on site. With this type of care, patients still live at home but commute to the facility to receive treatment. Frequency of visits vary but can be up to seven days per week, if needed.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
0 (0.00%) Offer this Care
Boulder County
0 (0.00%) Offer this Care
Colorado
15 (3.79%) Offer this Care
United States
1,455 (12.78%) Offer this Care

Residential Short-Term Treatment

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers residential short-term treatment services on site. This type of care lasts 30 days or less. Typically, services are provided to residents in the form of a 24 hour residential, non-medical, substance free environment to promote recovery.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
0 (0.00%) Offer this Care
Boulder County
1 (4.76%) Offer this Care
Colorado
31 (7.83%) Offer this Care
United States
1,573 (13.82%) Offer this Care

Residential Long-Term Treatment

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers residential long-term treatment services on site. This type of care lasts more than 30 days. Typically, services are provided to residents in the form of a 24 hour residential, non-medical, substance free environment to promote recovery.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
0 (0.00%) Offer this Care
Boulder County
0 (0.00%) Offer this Care
Colorado
29 (7.32%) Offer this Care
United States
2,204 (19.37%) Offer this Care

Hospital Inpatient

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers hospital inpatient treatment services on site. This type of care is given to patients in a medical facility. The patient will be monitored and treated 24 hours a day by medical staff for the duration of their stay.

This Provider This Provider
Yes
Louisville
1 (33.33%) Offer this Care
Boulder County
1 (4.76%) Offer this Care
Colorado
7 (1.77%) Offer this Care
United States
597 (5.25%) Offer this Care

Special Programs and Groups

Charts

Adolescents

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers special programs or groups specifically for adolescents.

This Provider This Provider
Yes
Louisville
1 (33.33%) Offer this Program
Boulder County
10 (47.62%) Offer this Program
Colorado
186 (46.97%) Offer this Program
United States
3,452 (30.33%) Offer this Program

Persons with Co-Occurring Mental and Substance Abuse Disorders

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers special programs or groups for specifically persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders.

This Provider This Provider
Yes
Louisville
2 (66.67%) Offer this Program
Boulder County
7 (33.33%) Offer this Program
Colorado
140 (35.35%) Offer this Program
United States
4,097 (36.00%) Offer this Program

Persons with HIV or AIDS

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers special programs or groups for specifically persons with HIV or AIDS.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
0 (0.00%) Offer this Program
Boulder County
0 (0.00%) Offer this Program
Colorado
24 (6.06%) Offer this Program
United States
1,017 (8.94%) Offer this Program

DUI and DWI Offenders

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers special programs or groups specifically for DUI and DWI offenders.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
1 (33.33%) Offer this Program
Boulder County
14 (66.67%) Offer this Program
Colorado
288 (72.73%) Offer this Program
United States
3,548 (31.17%) Offer this Program

Criminal Justice Groups

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers special programs or groups specifically for criminal justice groups.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
1 (33.33%) Offer this Program
Boulder County
11 (52.38%) Offer this Program
Colorado
232 (58.59%) Offer this Program
United States
3,089 (27.14%) Offer this Program

Gays and Lesbians

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers special programs or groups specifically for gays and lesbians.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
1 (33.33%) Offer this Program
Boulder County
3 (14.29%) Offer this Program
Colorado
37 (9.34%) Offer this Program
United States
654 (5.75%) Offer this Program

Pregnant and Postpartum Women

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers special programs or groups specifically for pregnant and postpartum women.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
1 (33.33%) Offer this Program
Boulder County
6 (28.57%) Offer this Program
Colorado
46 (11.62%) Offer this Program
United States
1,561 (13.72%) Offer this Program

Seniors and Older Adults

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers special programs or groups specifically for seniors and older adults.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
0 (0.00%) Offer this Program
Boulder County
2 (9.52%) Offer this Program
Colorado
28 (7.07%) Offer this Program
United States
734 (6.45%) Offer this Program

Women

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers special programs or groups specifically for women.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
1 (33.33%) Offer this Program
Boulder County
10 (47.62%) Offer this Program
Colorado
128 (32.32%) Offer this Program
United States
3,691 (32.43%) Offer this Program

Men

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers special programs or groups specifically for men.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
1 (33.33%) Offer this Program
Boulder County
10 (47.62%) Offer this Program
Colorado
94 (23.74%) Offer this Program
United States
2,844 (24.99%) Offer this Program

Forms of Payment

Charts

Medicaid

Status

Indicates whether the facility accepts Medicaid as a form of payment.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
0 (0.00%) Offer this Form
Boulder County
5 (23.81%) Offer this Form
Colorado
153 (38.64%) Offer this Form
United States
6,124 (53.81%) Offer this Form

State Financed Insurance

Status

Indicates whether the facility accepts state financed insurance as a form of payment. This does not include Medicaid programs.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
0 (0.00%) Offer this Form
Boulder County
0 (0.00%) Offer this Form
Colorado
55 (13.89%) Offer this Form
United States
4,336 (38.10%) Offer this Form

Medicare

Status

Indicates whether the facility accepts Medicare as a form of payment.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
0 (0.00%) Offer this Form
Boulder County
2 (9.52%) Offer this Form
Colorado
48 (12.12%) Offer this Form
United States
3,598 (31.61%) Offer this Form

Private Health Insurance

Status

Indicates whether the facility accepts private health insurance as a form of payment.

This Provider This Provider
Yes
Louisville
2 (66.67%) Offer this Form
Boulder County
7 (33.33%) Offer this Form
Colorado
169 (42.68%) Offer this Form
United States
7,232 (63.54%) Offer this Form

Military Insurance

Status

Indicates whether the facility accepts military insurance as a form of payment. Examples are VA and TRICARE.

This Provider This Provider
Yes
Louisville
1 (33.33%) Offer this Form
Boulder County
4 (19.05%) Offer this Form
Colorado
83 (20.96%) Offer this Form
United States
1,068 (9.38%) Offer this Form

Access to Recovery Voucher

Status

Indicates whether the facility accepts access to recovery vouchers as a form of payment. ATR is a program that provides vouchers for clients for purchase. They can be used for substance abuse treatment and recovery services.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
1 (33.33%) Offer this Form
Boulder County
8 (38.10%) Offer this Form
Colorado
173 (43.69%) Offer this Form
United States
1,534 (13.48%) Offer this Form

Payment Assistance

Charts

Sliding Fee Scale

Status

Indicates whether the facility has payment assistance in the form of a sliding free scale. Fees are typically based upon income and other factors.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
0 (0.00%) Offer this Assistance
Boulder County
9 (42.86%) Offer this Assistance
Colorado
184 (46.46%) Offer this Assistance
United States
4,762 (41.84%) Offer this Assistance

Payment Assistance

Status

Indicates whether the facility has payment assistance. Check with the facility for details.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
0 (0.00%) Offer this Assistance
Boulder County
1 (4.76%) Offer this Assistance
Colorado
41 (10.35%) Offer this Assistance
United States
2,725 (23.94%) Offer this Assistance

Special Language Services

Charts

Assistance for Hearing Impaired

Status

Indicates whether the facility has language services for assistance for the hearing impaired.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
0 (0.00%) Offer this Service
Boulder County
6 (28.57%) Offer this Service
Colorado
62 (15.66%) Offer this Service
United States
3,104 (27.27%) Offer this Service

American Indian and Alaska Native Languages

Status

Indicates whether the facility has language services for American Indian and Alaska native languages.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
0 (0.00%) Offer this Service
Boulder County
0 (0.00%) Offer this Service
Colorado
2 (0.51%) Offer this Service
United States
78 (0.69%) Offer this Service

Spanish

Status

Indicates whether the facility has language services for Spanish.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
0 (0.00%) Offer this Service
Boulder County
8 (38.10%) Offer this Service
Colorado
119 (30.05%) Offer this Service
United States
3,054 (26.83%) Offer this Service

Foreign Languages Other Than Spanish

Status

Indicates whether the facility has language services for foreign language services other than Spanish.

This Provider This Provider
No
Louisville
0 (0.00%) Offer this Service
Boulder County
2 (9.52%) Offer this Service
Colorado
17 (4.29%) Offer this Service
United States
786 (6.91%) Offer this Service

Reviews and Ratings

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A Review by Anonymous

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This is a wonderful place with a caring and supportive staff.

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A Review by Anonymous

Centennial Peaks Hospital Review
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My mom has been bipolar since before I was born. We had tried so many things and every time she gets well, she stops her medications. Over and over. When she was in the hospital after an overdose, we thought it was hopeless. She was in the ICU for a week. Then she went to Centennial Peaks Hospital and they put her on a certification. She has been committed many times but nobody ever got her court ordered to stay on her medications before. We really liked the Nurse Practitioner who cared for my mom. He told us a lot about her condition and about how the court system works. A doctor called us a couple times and explained things too. He went to the court to force mom to stay on medication. They helped us get her into treatment with a mental health center where they can monitor and make sure she doesn’t stop her medications. So far it is going pretty good. My mom is angry at the doctor but not at us. It was really nice of them the way they handled it at the hospital and helped us stay on my mother’s good side. I am very grateful for all the work these professionals did to help her not only get stable but to stay stable and safe for the long term.

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A Review by Anonymous

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Excellent place and wonderful service. I love the place and the team

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A Review by Anonymous

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Never, ever send anyone you love here. 8 months ago we took our 15 year old daughter here for suicidal ideation and depression. The "doctor" here -- who I assume swore an oath to "do no harm" -- planted the idea in her head that if she was a boy all her troubles would go away. He was vicious in denying our family's faith beliefs and actively turning her away from us. After finding absolutely WONDERFUL therapists elsewhere, we have turned things around and have a wonderful relationship with our daughter now, but we seriously considered filing a malpractice suit. "Dr." Levine should feel deeply ashamed at his vicious and malicious behavior.

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A Review by Anonymous

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Worse place ever! The staff is abusive. Patients are traumatized, so much drama amongst nurses.

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A Review by Anonymous

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Insurance:
Anthem
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Absolutely no contact from the professional staff (doctor fuller and whoever the case manager social worker) regarding diagnosis or progress. Very willing to process court holds an extend "treatment", but no contact what so ever.

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A Review by Anonymous

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Insurance:
Kaiser Permanente
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I voluntarily walked into this facility to make a much needed change in my life and to detox for it. I was emedietly treated like a prisoner. They basically stole the medication I had been provided by my primary care doctor the day before, were completely ignorant of my requests (not to mention rude,) and when I asked to leave because felt being forced to live like a felon was bad for my mental health they forced me to stay. These people are unprofesional and simply want to make money. I could of and should done a detox at a facility that actually respects a person and their belongings. Don't ever go here voluntarily.

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A Review by Anonymous

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Insurance:
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I just got out of this facility today, i have been there since monday (its thursday now) and even just spending a few days in there i can say this place is pretty awful. My physician didn't meet with me a single time but was horrible to other patients, his name was Levine. He told my friend who had cuts in different directions on her wrist from trying to kill herself "What, could you not figure out which direction to cut?". and various other rude things. I was on a 48 hour hold and when my hold was almost up some nurse who i had never seen before told me that if i didnt voluntarily sign in they would involuntary sign me in and that i "wouldn't ever be able to get a job again", which i understand i should know about this information but she did not say it in the right way, it was threatening. I was not educated on any rules while i was there, even one of the staff members said that was one thing he hated about the facility. We all had contraband items because we genuinely did not know what we could have or could not have, ex: we literally all had jewelry. While a lot of the staff was nice (to me at least) they didn't seem to have any idea what they were doing, they just rambled every single group while we all colored (which was the only thing we were allowed to do all day). Also to make the whole thing better a 14 year old in my unit escaped the second day i got there and that led to all of us not being able to go outside at all or go to the "gym" (a room with a basketball hoop) which was the only place we could get up and move around. And half the time if you want your meds, too bad because theres no nurse in your unit.

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A Review by Anonymous

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After just four weeks stay at this place, our teenager was empowered to go against us even more than before she entered. Instead of coming up with a plan to move forward,they provided her with ways to get out from our parenting her. She now does not listen nor obey anything we ask her to do because she says we cannot force her to do as we ask. That she is a free person with free will. She has run away from home (and brought back), begun to smoke pot daily, takes responsibility for nothing, blames us for every shortcoming, goes to some classes but turns in no homework (so carrying straight F's) and says she will quit school as soon as she turns 17. She tells us repeatedly "I just want to live my life" and "I have to learn things the hard way." Sending her to this center was the worst decision we could have ever made. Her therapist was so disappointed that she called them and told them not only did they not help, they set us back months. I would not recommend this place to anyone for a teenager with mental health or addition issues.

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A Review by Anonymous

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I was forcibly incarcerated at this place, and while that may have something to do with my hatred of it, it goes far, far beyond that. I was assigned a psychiatrist to talk to, and in my three day stay, I met with him twice for a total of about five to ten minutes. He used that time to guilt trip me for daring to ask for help for my anger issues. He said "I guess you know not to say those kinds of things, huh? This is a real life lesson for you, isn't it?" in the most condescending "you're an awful person" manner that he could. I would go into meetings relatively happy (because I made some friends there) and leave feeling like a psychopath. Dr. Fuller was his name. The food? Atrocious. It was so bad that I lost half a pound every single day that I was there. The group therapy sessions (and that's all you do all day except for meals and some brief moments of free time. Skip one therapy session and guess who doesn't get to go outside for their break?) were completely boring and pointless, save for one or two that were actually run by people who cared. A nurse named Beit for one. She was the shining example of what to do in a place like that, e.g. treat people like they're humans with real emotions and not cattle. She was one of the three or four people there who actually grasped that novel concept, and she was easily the best person there in terms of staff. They should all follow her example. Dead serious, no sarcasm. Let's not ignore the time when one of the patients who was larger than I was by a lot, had an anger attack and started ranting. Naturally they told all of us to go to our rooms, even the people who had to walk within two feet of a ranting, furious person who, if he had wanted to attack, would have had no problem doing so. I brought it up that this was freaking dangerous, but they didn't care. I was sobbing behind the dresser in my room and a doctor came to check on me. As in to make sure that I was physically okay. Screw how I was emotionally. I'm sobbing in a corner and scared out of my mind, but who cares? I went into that place not by choice because some paranoid people thought it would help me, and I left scared, untrusting of people in positions like that, and angrier than ever. One woman who had epilepsy was denied her medication for three days and, wouldn't you know it, had a seizure! As an epileptic myself, I'm quite thankful that they allowed me my meds. Now don't misinterpret me. I'm not saying that the place is run by Nazis and now I feel like I know what the Jews went through during the Holocaust. I'm not saying that in the slightest. I was treated like a criminal even though I hadn't done anything. Precious few people on the staff had any empathy, you know, the one thing that I think would be most important in a job like that, and it was a prison. DO NOT GO HERE IF YOU CAN HELP IT! EVEN IF YOU CAN'T, GET OUT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!! My parents were basically forced to pay 1800 bucks for them to abuse me. It's been over two years and I'm still in therapy for the "help" these jerks gave me. Dr. Fuller should be fired before he truly hurts someone.

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A Review by Anonymous

Centennial Peaks Hospital Review
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Insurance:
Medicaid / Medi-Cal
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I attended the Acute Impatient Unit at CPH July 17 - 22 2015. They denied me my lithium, gave me the wrong meds, did not follow my gluten free dairy diet, delayed giving me my sleep equipment, and exposed the whole unit repeatedly to a violent patient. The doctors were arrogant, ignorant and incompetent. The staff was disrespectful. They force people to do ECT leaving them with permanently damaged brains. Read more about it at my called BadPsychWard on blogger DON'T GO THERE. DON'T PUT A LOVED ONE THERE

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A Review by Anonymous

Centennial Peaks Hospital Review
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Insurance:
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I'm not going to sit here and tell everyone how horrible this place is, because it's not. However, some of the staff really need to work on their social skills. There is a way to treat people and they don't know what that is. I'm not saying all the staff are terrible because most of them are actually really great. When I was there, there were three staff members that managed to make my life a living hell. My doctor, she refused to change any of my medication despite my suicidal thinking getting worse. My social worker, she kept threatening to send me to the State Hospital if I did not get better. She gave me a time frame. I then found out that the State Hospital has no open beds. She told my mother that and she had known that for a while. She told me that at the time of discharge she would be sending me home with a list of outside resources, and even told me that she already had given my mom the information, but she didn't. The charge nurse, she was just terribly rude. Not a single day would go by where she didn't make me feel like absolute crap about myself. Maybe it was the fact of how condescending she was, or the fact that she turned everything into a power struggle. When I had been there for maybe 5 days, they decided to put me on a "desk program". What this was, was a program in which I would have to sit at a desk isolated, doing packets, while everyone else was in group. To me, not only are groups the most helpful, but isolation is a big trigger for me. I cried for days and even did a 92 page packet one night, but the work I was doing was some how not good enough for me to be taken off the program. The day of discharge, I still had the intention to act on my suicidal thoughts, but they didn't take that into account. My mom didn't think I was ready to come home, so she called my doctor and expressed her concerns. The doctor said that if I wanted to, I could stay a couple more days. I told my mom that I would do that, but when she tried to call my doctor back to tell her, she didn't answer her phone. My mom got no returned phone call for over 4 hours. I saw my doctor come back on to the unit and I asked her what the plan was. She told me that I should've been discharged hours ago, yet my mom had no idea of that. I called her and was hysterical, I was telling her how overwhelmed I was. I told her to come pick me up. While on the phone with her, my doctor and the charge nurse are whispering behind the desk saying that my mom needs to get off the phone and come get me. First of all, none of the staff had even told my mom about this discharge so me telling her to drop everything and come get me was very last minute. When I got off the phone with her, the nurse manager had called me up to the desk and asked when my mom would be there. I was still crying and told her that I had no idea what was going on. She the waved me away from the desk as she rolled her eyes. I personally believe that if these 3 staff members learned respect, that this would be a very good functioning hospital. I left this hospital feeling worse than I did when I got admitted.

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A Review by Anonymous

Centennial Peaks Hospital Review
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This place is a disgusting excuse for a health care facility. The care they provide is ATROCIOUS and borderline criminal. In my experience, they outright DENIED prescribed medications without any explanation whatsoever. My family member was subjected to a 4 hour panic attack, during which the staff simply refused to provide them with the needed medication to counteract the attack. My family member is a vegetarian, and their diet was simply not accommodated, leaving them without anything to eat whatsoever for over 36 hours, and the staff not only didn't care, but most likely didn't even know as they do not keep track of patient's eating habits. When my family member inquired about her blood test results, she was told that information was "confidential", which is ILLEGAL. It was completely impossible to extract information from the Nurse Manager, Mona, regarding their care plan, their doctor's name and contact information (she only saw her doctor for TWO 5 minute periods in the week that she was there, and yet he tried to extend her stay without explanation to anyone. We have since determined that his name is Dr. James Baker), it was impossible to get their social worker to respond to repeated requests for information, either to us, the family, or to them, the patient! In fact my family member never even met their "assigned" social worker, Katelyn during their entire INCARCERATION here. They held them past their 72hr holding period, without explanation, despite their VOLUNTARY status there, and promises from the Nurse Manager, Mona, that they would be discharged promptly. The staff that we did interact with literally LIED to our face about a conversation 3 of us had with her THE DAY BEFORE, claiming she did not say what she plainly did, and we all recalled the same way. She tried to blame it on a subordinate nurse. We were ushered out the door without any answers to our questions as if we were an inconvenience by trying to make her do her job! This facility is HORRIBLE. I can't stress enough just how literally terrible they are. This is not healthcare, it is more like health-crime. I plan to file formal complaints with the State of Colorado Attorney General's Office, the American Medical Association, the Medical Board, and Office of Accreditation, as well as the Department of Regulatory Agencies. I have contacted media outlets as well to try and bring this place under the level of investigation that is desperately needed. They should be stripped of their certifications and the facility shut down for the experience that my family member, and the patients they were held with had. It took us threatening them with our attorney, and then magically they were suddenly ready to release my family member that day. Funny how that works. PLEASE, if you love your loved ones, do not make the mistake that we did by subjecting them to the despicable treatment that we experienced here. They should get MINUS 5 STARS. They got 1 because this site forces you to.

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A Review by Anonymous

Centennial Peaks Hospital Review
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Kaiser Permanente
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A truly awful experience. The staff was very uncaring and had no compassion for the clients. They seem to have forgotten that they are in a field where they need to care about people. God willing, I will NEVER be placed there again.

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A Review by Anonymous

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Staff is incredibly unprofessional to not only patients but family as well. Centennial Peaks offers anything but a therapeutic environment for your loved ones to get the treatment they need. If you have the choice of facilities to pick from, I suggest staying clear of this hospital.

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A Review by Anonymous

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They helped me a lot when I went in for depression.

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A Review by Anonymous

Centennial Peaks Hospital Review
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United Healthcare
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While the psychiatrist affiliated here, especially Dr Miller were good, the facility is old, run down and basically just warehousing patients. They are understaffed and both RNs on duty were at best curt and typically just plan rude to patients and visitors

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A Review by Anonymous

Centennial Peaks Hospital Review
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They are stuck in the 1960's. Be careful of admitting anyone to here as they do not proper care and guidance once a patient is discharged.

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No treatment provided while they rake in money.

No treatment provided while they rake in money.
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No therapy is provided AT ALL. You see a psychiatrist for 10 min, tops. No psychotherapy at all. No activities for anyone with more than 85 IQ points to rub together. There is LESS treatment provided here than there was in the mental institutions of the '70s.

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