Ardent Grove a non-profit, donor-funded clinic that is rooted in providing low-cost, culturally sensitive, trauma-informed, individualized care. We believe that the work of therapy is done best in a therapeutic relationship where there is warmth, collaboration, and space to be genuinely heard, seen, and honored. We provide services throughout the lifespan from infancy through adulthood. Our therapists are selected based not only on their areas of expertise, but on what they have to offer as partners in the therapy process – accessibility, professionalism, non-judgement, creativity, insightfulness, and compassion. We deeply value the courage and effort it takes to come to therapy, and we consider it a privilege to be on this journey with those we serve.
We believe in a collaborative therapy process in which the goals and format for treatment are tailored to each client. We welcome all kinds of referrals including those experiencing:
We offer the following types of services from childhood through adulthood:
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Ardent Grove is an egalitarian and anti-racist organization. We recognize that mental health challenges often have their roots in societal oppression, and our clinicians are committed to providing a space that is as safe and inclusive as possible for everyone in our community. We are passionate about working towards the end of all forms of discrimination in our society and are committed to helping to spread respect, understanding, and justice. We warmly invite conversations with our clients about otherness and marginalization as it relates to experiences both in and out of the therapy room and we pledge to listen, learn, and continuously grow.
As a training clinic, we strive to contribute to a more mindful and diverse group of therapists. As a low-cost, nonprofit community clinic, we strive to increase accessibility to mental health care services in our community.
We acknowledge that our organization is located on the unceded territories of the Arapaho, Cheyenne, and Ute Nations. We are advocates for Land Back and for the decolonization of mental healthcare.
Please note, we are not a crisis center. If you are needing immediate help or having thoughts or feelings of self-harm, please call 9-1-1 or go to your nearest ER.
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Nonprofit Low-Cost & Medicaid Therapy Services