Vive, Inc.

Vive, Inc.

207 Canyon Boulevard, Suite 202, Boulder, CO 80302

Age Range:

Phone: 303 449 2516
Fax: 303 449 4341

Program type: Out-patient - Leadership Program


At Vive! we address the needs of teens and young adults who have struggled emotionally and/or behaviorally; we deliver our services where it counts the most—in the context of the young person’s real world and family system. The result is an effective, sustainable, reality-based solution for the whole family. Vive’s team of professional therapists delivers a powerful combination of mentoring, therapy, life-skill training and parent coaching directly to you and your teen or young adult right where you live, work, play, and go to school.

About Program:

Cost Per Day: Over $400

Financial assistance available: Yes

Average Length of Stay: 6 to 12 Months

Number of clients at facility:

Staff to Client Ratio: 1:1

Staff credentials:

Accredited school on site:

Spiritual component: Yes

Christian programming:

Family counseling available: Yes

Licensed within state:


Has a spiritual component

Recreation program

Wilderness Therapy Component

Family Therapy

The ability to get a job

Job Coaching

Supportive Independent Living

Life Skills Programming

12 Steps Programming

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Vive, Inc.

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