Harmony Foundation Announces Second Major Expansion During Its 50th Year


Colorado drug addiction program is celebrating it’s 50th Anniversary with a new intensive outpatient program with a unique twist and a Fort Collins Recovery Center. Gala celebrating milestone was held Oct 25 in Denver with special guest Carnie Wilson of Wilson Phillips.

Harmony Foundation, the Colorado-based addiction treatment center headquartered in Estes Park is launching a new intensive outpatient program (IOP) starting November 1, 2019. This program is appropriate for individuals who are working toward continued sobriety in a less structured treatment environment. The Harmony IOP will be held as a weekend retreat-style program averaging 12 to 16 weeks. It is designed as an ideal program for those individuals with busy weekly work and family schedules.

Earlier this year, Harmony opened a satellite location in Fort Collins providing needed recovery support services for those residing on the I-25 corridor. Our commitment to long term recovery prompted the need for services that would help individuals in early recovery and even later to stay engaged in a program of sobriety and wellness. Alumni, families and the community at-large are invited to be a part of the weekly programming offered at the Recovery Center, including Recovery Coaching, wellness trainings and Recovery Support Groups.

These expansions happened yesterday as Harmony Foundation marks its 50th Anniversary with a gala in Denver, Colorado on Friday, October 25 at the Four Seasons Hotel. Carnie Wilson of Wilson Phillips was the special guest speaker of this milestone event that commemorated the long and impactful heritage of Harmony Foundation which has positively changed the lives of thousands. Proceeds from this event will benefit scholarships supporting those with the desire, but without the means, to receive the addiction treatment they need.