As we continue to move through the ever changing landscape of COVID-19, we are pleased to offer virtual PHP (Day Treatment) and IOP services for clients who would like to participate in our programming from the comfort and safety of their own home.
If clients are needing the PHP (Day Treatment) level of care, they will now be able to partake in group and individual services in-person, virtually, or a combination of both.
If clients are needing the IOP level of care, they have the choice upon admission to join an in-person or virtual group, both of which are offered as morning or evening tracks. If they are coming in-person, groups are held at our central offices in Boulder, CO.
Hybrid PHP: 9:30-2:30pm Monday through Friday
Virtual IOP: 9:30-12:30pm or 5:30pm-8:30pm on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday
In-Person IOP: 9:30am-12:30pm OR 5:30-8:30pm on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday
We include all of these services under the same rigorous CDC recommended standards that we have been operating under at our residential level of care. The following is required for clients and staff in order to participate in the in-person groups:
Our all gender residential program remains open and accepting new clients. We are adhering to strict infectious disease protocols to keep our clients and staff safe:
Safety is our number one priority at NorthStar. We continue to follow evolving Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations to ensure our protocols are up to date and effective to be proactive at our residential and outpatient facilities. Our medical, clinical, and administrative staff are working together daily to ensure that NorthStar continues to provide the very best care for our clients.
Infection control and prevention are prioritized at NorthStar, and we have taken additional steps to protect our staff and clients at all levels of care:
We adhere to our municipal public health recommendations and state public health orders and masks may be required depending on the level of risk.
Please reach out to our admissions team with any questions: 866-407-2240
Please refer to the Colorado and Boulder County Public Health websites for real-time risk levels.