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Sandstone Care


Google Rating: 4.5

Sandstone Care


Sandstone Care is located in Denver, Colorado.
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Credentials

  • License No.: 1791-00
  • License State: Colorado

Rehab Center Details

  • Dual Diagnosis

Treatment Options

  • Intensive outpatient treatment
  • Outpatient
  • Partial Hospitalization (Day Treatment)

Payment Methods

  • American Express
  • Cash or self-payment
  • Check
  • Discover
  • Health Savings Account
  • Mastercard
  • Paypal
  • Visa

Accepted Insurances

  • Aetna
  • Anthem
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • Colorado Healthop
  • Health Net
  • Humana
  • Kaiser
  • Most Out-of-Network
  • Rocky Mountain Health Plans
  • United Behavioral Health
  • UnitedHealthcare
  • ValueOptions

Specialties

  • Addiction
  • Alcohol Abuse
  • Drug Abuse
  • Drug Addiction
  • Intervention center
  • Medical Detox
  • Substance Abuse

Areas of Specialization

  • Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)

Age Options

  • Adolescents
  • Adults

Sexuality Options

  • Lesbian gay bisexual or transgender (LGBT)

Treatment Approach

  • Dialectical behavioral therapy
  • Expressive Art Therapy
  • Family Based Treatment
  • Intervention

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Google Reviews

Sandstone Care is one of the best places out there for young adults to get the quality care they need. The team is always professional and treat their clients as individuals, with treatment plans tailored to each client. Sandstone gives families a chance to grow and learn to support one another again. Teens and young adults will be supported with their vocational and academic endeavors with the guidance of the Sandstone Care team. I work for another organization, and we always feel confident in our clients continuing care with Sandstone because we know they will be in great hands. If you are unsure of where to start, you won’t go wrong starting here.

Kacie Chelli, 6 months ago

I've collaborated with Sandstone Care several times, and am always impressed by their professionalism and dedication to doing what really helps with struggling clients. Their staff is well educated, trained, and experienced, and they take their work seriously, and their Denver facility is lovely.

James Abrams, 6 months ago

Sandstone Care is one of the few treatment programs providing high quality outpatient services. Many outpatient programs are cookie cutter and Sandstone really makes an effort to go above and beyond with the family therapy and academic vocational services. Highly recommend them for any adolescents and young adults struggling with substance use/mental health.

theresa cover, 6 months ago

I couldn’t be in a better treatment program. Brannon Pruet truly is the definition of humble, caring and professional. Couldn’t ask for a better group of people to have in my life right now.

C Charlene, 7 months ago

If you believe the opposite of addiction is connection than this is the place for you! My name is Josh and I joined Sandstone Care at the end of March for being addicted to alcohol and marijuana which I have been drinking/smoking everyday for 6-7 years to cover up my anxiety and depression. I'm currently in my fourth week of treatment and I can honestly say this place, the community and the therapists have saved me and given me the tools needed to change my pathetic life. I look forward to coming here every Monday - Thursday and every time I come to group therapy I learn something new, not to mention how much I learn from my peers going through the same stuff as myself. In my opinion Sandstone is a perfect example of how you run a treatment center..... Before I came to Sandstone I was detoxing in Recovery Village and the differences between these companies are night and day. Sandstone understands where I am coming from and respects me as a broken individual whereas Recovery Village didn't really respect me at all and tried to completely control every aspect of my life while I was there. If you want to change your life for the absolute best than this is a place you will flourish. If you don't want to change then this place obviously wont do much for you. That being said I would also recommend the sober living house that they own through Sandstone called Rally Point, I'm staying there with 7 other guys and two house managers who I can proudly call my brothers. I will do my best to make sure everyone knows what amazing places Sandstone Care and Rally Point really are.

Z-Bo Randolph, 7 months ago

I work in Sandstone Care's Denver office. Although I do not work directly with the clients, I am constantly impressed by how every aspect of the business is run with our client's best interest in mind. I am encouraged and supported to thrive personally and professionally and I see that happening for my entire team. This creates a positive and supportive workplace that I am proud to be a part of every day. I am convinced that our teamwork and support for each other translates to the people we support and improves their experience. I have been blown away by the dedication and expertise of the clinical team as well. If you are looking for treatment for yourself or a loved on, or if you are looking for work in addiction treatment, I highly recommend Sandstone Care.

Rowan Hill, 8 months ago

I have witnessed the "miracles in process" since the beginning. This program was well-received in Denver and continues to offer world-class treatment options for patients and their families. I have referred my clients, who need a higher level of care that offered in my practice, and will continue to partner with this stellar program. The continuum of care is essential, and Sandstone Care is doing it right.

Robert Johnson, 9 months ago

Overall, I believe this is an excellent addiction treatment center. The staff are warm and welcoming, particularly the intake coordinator, Anne Kahn. The academic and vocational coordinator, Liam Grafton, is knowledable in virtually every feild, incredibly well spoken and has an ability to gently provide guidance and insight for struggling adolescents and young adults. His committment and passion for helping his clients is unparalleled, and he doesn’t let his personal opinions get in the way of doing job well. Liam has a unique ability to speak in obscure metaphors to get his point across to participants without offering direct advice, something I believe is very valuable in an immersive treatment facility like Sandstone. From my experience and observation as a program participant, I must say that Dr. Donna Grandi-Nikander is currently the most valuable asset of the program. Her ability to openly listen and provide heartfelt reflections has truly changed my life. The reason this is not a 5 Star review, is that I was very unimpressed with the resident LPC, Cindy Collinsworth. Collinsworth is the core reason I ultimately felt unsafe at Sandstone and chose to terminate my treatment at the center after a few days and seek treatment for my dependency issues elsewhere. To me, she seemed more like a bully than a therapist. I experienced her as incredibly unprofessional. I didn’t feel she cared to get to know me beyond my diagnosis of marijuana dependency. I made it obvious after I met with her three times that I thought the program wasn’t a right fit for me. Before we met for therapy, Collinsworth made her conservative political views blatantly obvious. The first group therapy session she led was about the various types of communication (passive, passive aggressive, assertive, etc.) which I found ironic because I experienced her as incredibly passive aggressive throughout my time at Sandstone. One day, she promised she would finish a conversation with me immediately after an all-staff meeting, but then promptly left work for the day without so much as waving goodbye. In passing, she made comments about my music taste that clearly were meant to be digs at me and my current individual situation. For example, I was listening to Everyday by Buddy Holly, a song about seizing the moment, and she interrupted her conversation with her boss to sneer “cool song” to me. Then, a few songs later I played What a Wonderful World by Sam Cooke, a song about how the lack of a quality education has nothing to do with experiencing true love, and she interrupted her conversation again to comment “I love this song.” I know it’s hard to see without the appropriate context, but it is clear to me that Collinsworth went out of her way to show me she thought I was arrogant. Furthermore, she had emotional regulatory issues so clear that other therapists used her as an example in group therapy. One day, she came in after getting rightfully pulled over and ticketed by law enforcement, and she was incredibly angry and defensive and swore she would go to court to dispute the ticket. It took her awhile to calm down and realize she needed to just pay the ticket because she had obviously violated the law. Two days before that, she damaged her 6-month-old car in the parking lot. When I attempted to sympathize with her over the tough day she’d had, she rolled her eyes at me. So, I apologized for bringing it up. She was silent. To put it simply, I hope that Collinsworth learns to practice what she preaches so she can provide sincere and helpful support for her struggling clients at Sandstone.

Anonymous Participant, 10 months ago

Overall, I believe this is an excellent addiction treatment center. The staff are warm and welcoming, particularly the intake coordinator, Anne Kahn. The academic and vocational coordinator, Liam Grafton, is knowledable in virtually every feild, incredibly well spoken and has an ability to gently provide guidance and insight for struggling adolescents and young adults. His committment and passion for helping his clients is unparalleled, and he doesn’t let his personal opinions get in the way of doing job well. Liam has a unique ability to speak in obscure metaphors to get his point across to participants without offering direct advice, something I believe is very valuable in an immersive treatment facility like Sandstone. From my experience and observation as a program participant, I must say that Dr. Donna Grandi-Nikander is currently the most valuable asset of the program. Her ability to openly listen and provide heartfelt reflections has truly changed my life. The reason this is not a 5 Star review, is that I was very unimpressed with the resident LPC, Cindy Collinsworth. Collinsworth is the core reason I ultimately felt unsafe at Sandstone and chose to terminate my treatment at the center after a few days and seek treatment for my dependency issues elsewhere. To me, she seemed more like a bully than a therapist. I experienced her as incredibly unprofessional. I didn’t feel she cared to get to know me beyond my diagnosis of marijuana dependency. I made it obvious after I met with her three times that I thought the program wasn’t a right fit for me. Long before we met for therapy, she made her conservative political views blatantly obvious. The first group therapy session she led was about the various types of communication (passive, passive aggressive, assertive, etc.) which I found ironic because I experienced her as incredibly passive aggressive throughout my time at Sandstone. One day, she promised she would finish a conversation with me immediately after an all-staff meeting, but then promptly left work for the day without so much as waving goodbye. In passing, she made comments about my music taste that clearly were meant to be digs at me and my current individual situation. For example, I was listening to Everyday by Buddy Holly, a song about seizing the moment, and she interrupted her conversation with her boss to sneer “cool song” to me. Then, a few songs later I played What a Wonderful World by Sam Cooke, a song about how the lack of a quality education has nothing to do with experiencing true love, and she interrupted her conversation again to comment “I love this song.” I know it’s hard to see without the appropriate context, but it is clear Collinsworth went out of her way to show me she thought I was arrogant. Furthermore, she had emotional regulatory issues so clear that other therapists frequently used her as an example in group therapy. One day, she came in after getting rightfully pulled over and ticketed by law enforcement, and she was incredibly angry and defensive and swore she would go to court to dispute the ticket. It took her awhile to calm down and realize she needed to just pay the ticket because she had obviously violated the law. Two days before that, she damaged her 6-month-old car in the parking lot. When I attempted to sympathize with her over the tough day she’d had, she rolled her eyes at me. So, I apologized for bringing it up. She was silent. To put it blatantly, I hope that Collinsworth learns to practice what she preaches so she can provide sincere and helpful support for her struggling clients at Sandstone.

Anonymous Participant, 10 months ago

As a psychiatric hospital treating both Addiction and Mental Health for adults and adolescents in the region, Denver Springs is thrilled to partner with Sandstone Care in an effort to spearhead the recovery process and "walk with" and support those individuals AND families seeking long term sobriety and mental health wellness. "We work with Marcello and his team on a weekly basis and have had great success...they are top shelf clinicians and even better people...Sandstone really understands the needs of the family as well."

Marty Clark, 11 months ago

My son did not meet the criteria for admission, yet Rick and his team in Rockville went the extra mile and researched other facilities that might could be a good fit for us. Completely beyond my expectations. If I were ever to need to use their services, that level of care and concern alone would tip the scales in their favor.

Thomas Jones, 1 year ago

Sandstone is truly a great company with wonderful staff who really care. Could not ask for a better experience!

Charlie Bateh, 1 year ago

Great resource for families and their teens and young adults struggling with addiction.

InFocusCounseling Lori Johnson M.A, LAC LPC, NCC, 1 year ago

Sandstone Care has a professional, highly-skilled, supportive team that even offers incredible support to the entire family system. Their facilities are beautiful, clean and very welcoming.

Duncan Forbes, 1 year ago

An outstanding organization, committed to client well-being. A holistic approach to care.

Alessandra La Rocca Link, 1 year ago

A wonderful program that really helps families change for the better.

Victoria Whonsetler, 1 year ago

Great Organization! Wonderful staff and really great work with

Daniel Whonsetler, 1 year ago

I have worked with Sandstone Care where we have referred some of our clients to continue their path of recovery. The staff has been very responsive to helping our clients. From scheduling tours and rides to helping them see themselves recovery and get their voices back. They have a large team of professional therapists. They have beautiful buildings and rooms that help young adults.

Allison Walsh, 2 years ago

The team here is extremely inviting. Ben is a great person to help with homework, but also knows how to be goofy and connect with the clients. Rick and Marcello are very nice, and make sure everything goes well with communication and payments. Brandon is the best therapist I could have asked for, he is very understanding and caring. He is strict but also knows the perfect ways to help sober up. I wouldnt suggest anywhere else, this is the #1 rehab spot in colorado.

Joseph Martellaro, 2 years ago

  • 2100 S. Cherry Street, Denver, Colorado 80222
  • Contact:   Admissions Department
  • www.sandstonecare.com
  • (303) 501-5804

Sandstone Care is a reputable and accredited addiction treatment facility in Denver, Colorado. The goal of Sandstone Care is to change the life of an addict for the better by giving the proper guidance and treatment methods required for a successful recovery.

Treating addictions, whether to drugs or alcohol, requires conducting a thorough patient assessment in order to determine what sort of treatment program will benefit the patient the most. Constructing a future that is free of alcohol and drug use begins with a solid foundation and that foundation can be found at Sandstone Care.

After meeting with an addiction counselor, the patient will get a customized treatment plan just for them and their unique case. Addiction treatment at Sandstone Care is available to patients between the ages of Adolescents and Adults and treatment can be designed based on the age of the patient.

By developing coping mechanisms throughout treatment, patients can reenter society feeling confident and assured which is essential when wanting to maintain long-lasting sobriety. Accomplishing the end goal of obtaining sustained sobriety is possible with the help of professional treatment.

The disease of addiction is a serious one and one that requires intense treatment in order to overcome. By providing the support and guidance needed as well as providing comprehensive treatment, patients will have the opportunity to begin a new more promising life path. There is a life beyond substance abuse, but it takes the help of professional addiction treatment in order to discover that new life.

It’s never too late to attend treatment. Whether the patient has been an addict for one year or five years, the addiction counselors at Sandstone Care can help. With innovative treatment options available to patients, the chances of recovering from drug and alcohol addiction are likely, but it also requires the dedication and positive mindset of the individual in order to obtain long-lasting recovery.

At Sandstone Care, quality treatment is never compromised. With the guidance and support of compassionate staff members, patients will feel content when they enter treatment at Sandstone Care.It’s time to take control of the life being lived and seeking treatment is the best decision to take.

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