Lost And Found, Inc.
Rating: 3.5 stars 2 2 reviews
6700 W 44th Ave Wheat Ridge CO 80033 USA
Lost and Found Inc. is a Colorado, nonprofit, state licensed, treatment continuum for adolescents, adults and families that incorporates a Christian perspective throughout the therapy process. The various treatment components address chemical dependency, sexual trauma (victim and/or perpetrator) and mental/emotional treatment from residential, therapeutic foster and group homes, outpatient, independent living and aftercare milieus. Referrals come from the State Department of Human Services, the Central Region Department of Youth Corrections, other treatment centers, churches and from family systems. The various programs providing services do not admit or discharge contingent upon ability to pay. Lost and Found Inc. does not discriminate in any of its programs or services against race, gender, religion, creed, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, handicap or anything not limited by our license and/or required by law.
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My son needed therapy and Lost and Found was covered by his insurance and because I had a similar belief system and it was not too far away I gave it a shot. I wish I hadn't. The first therapist he saw there was more interested in me and not him (he was 9). Now I wasn't offended because I know I'm not a perfect parent but he needed help to, not just me. On top of that our appointments were inconsistent due to her schedule. When she left for another agency we were transferred to a woman who was very holistic and wanted to "treat" his perceived food allergies rather than help him with his behavior issues. This didn't last long as there was an extra charge because his insurance wouldn't cover the "treatments". I don't feel like my son was served very well here at all.
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my own family
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
hire new therapists