Outpatient and Sober Living

The Jaywalker Outpatient Program (OP) provides an opportunity for our clients to put into practice recovery skills while continuing to participate in a program designed to provide a safe, therapeutic environment that encourages and promotes recovery.

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We provide a flexible program designed to meet the needs of the individual client who is transitioning into a recovery lifestyle. Like all Jaywalker programs, Outpatient is firmly rooted in the 12-step programs. The Jaywalker Outpatient Program offers individual and group counseling, which includes a primary focus on relapse prevention. Our men meet every Monday and Thursday night from 5-8pm. Our men are required to attend outside 12-step meetings and work with a local sponsor. We strongly encourage our clients to reach out to other men new to recovery and to get involved in both community and alumni activities. Group topics are client-driven and tailored to meet the needs of the current group. Often, our topics have to do with coping with day-to-day challenges that can interfere with recovery and lead to relapse. The group setting provides a venue for the men to discuss these challenges and support one another in overcoming difficult obstacles to recovery. Each client will receive ongoing individual counseling and family case management services that are designed to meet their specific needs. Our treatment services are provided by a masters level clinician, who is supervised by the Chief Clinical Officer.

The Jaywalker Outpatient Program is also coupled with our own sober living. Sober Living is reserved for men graduating the Jaywalker Solutions Program. Our sober living homes are located directly across the street from our Jaywalker Lodge program and allow our men to stay connected with the recovery community here in Carbondale, Colorado.

The Graduate Program

Upon successful completion of Jaywalker’s programs, clients are eligible to enroll in The Graduate Program (TGP).  Jaywalker’s most recent innovation incorporates the best practices in recovery research to maximize the upside of recovery.  This program is for the client who is excelling in their recovery, and wants a little more time in the Jaywalker community.

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Jaywalker is excited to introduce a new recovery program that extends our curriculum of care to a full 12-months. The Graduate Program is a long-term, recovery leadership experience that provides ongoing accountability, recovery monitoring, relapse prevention services, and leadership training to men that have successfully graduated from Jaywalker’s Outpatient program. Men that have been accepted into The Graduate Program have access to the following services:

  • Weekly group therapy session.
  • An individual session with a licensed counselor every other week.
  • Weekly drug and alcohol screening.
  • Continuing family case management services – phone or Zoom conferences twice a month.
  • Preference for continuation in Jaywalker sober living (on a space available basis).
  • Graduate clients can participate in select Landing, Lodge, and Solutions expeditions .
  • Peer recovery support including mentoring, service, and sponsorship opportunities with Jaywalker clients in all levels of our continuum.
  • Monthly recovery workshops facilitated by our professional leadership coach (workshops include lectures, skills training, and guest speakers).

Alumni Services

A comprehensive, individualized continuing care plan is essential for a long-term success following a Jaywalker’s graduation from treatment. Graduates of the Lodge, Solutions, and Outpatient Services are eligible and enrolled in the Jaywalker Alumni Volunteer program. Wednesday night alumni dinner and aftercare groups are held at our facility every week for no charge. Jaywalker hosts monthly alumni events and quarterly traveling alumni trips to continue cultivation of relationships and fellowship. The majority of clients stay in Carbondale after completing Jaywalker clinical programing. Our goal is to offer graduates community and alumni support to live with their peers in sobriety and establish themselves as financially self-supporting members of the local recovery community.