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Rehabilitation

Nationally Recognized Program Offers Full Range of Services

To protect our patients and staff, all people entering a BCH care facility will be required to wear a mask (exceptions include children <2 yrs. old or medical reasons such as trouble breathing, unconsciousness, or someone unable to remove a mask without assistance). *Bandanas, neck gaiters, and masks with valves are not acceptable.

Boulder Community Health has the most comprehensive rehabilitation program in the Boulder Valley. Our staff is known for a commitment to excellence and a holistic, individualized approach to care. We address each patient’s physical, social, vocational, emotional and cognitive needs with the latest treatments and therapies.

Boulder Community Health is embarking on a sweeping reorganization of its extensive rehabilitation programs that will maintain all services while improving access, expanding expertise and upgrading facilities. For more information on these new locations and improved facilities, please visit our Reorganization of Rehab Services page.

The Joint Commission, the nation’s largest standards-setting body in health care, has recognized our Outpatient and Inpatient Rehabilitation programs for outstanding quality of care. Our inpatient program has also been recognized by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities as a Comprehensive Integrated Inpatient Rehabilitation Program. CARF is an international, independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services.

Inpatient Rehabilitation -- 303-464-4713

Outpatient Rehabilitation Services -- 303-415-4400

Pediatric Outpatient Rehabilitation -- 303-415-4450

For information on Cancer support groups and resources, please visit our Cancer Support and Resource page.

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TBI Resources:

Caregiver Resources

Family Caregiver Alliance
800-445-8106

Well-Spouse Foundation
800-838-0879

Caregiver Action Network
202-454-3970

Caregiver Newsletter

Careliving Community

Stroke Awareness for Everyone (SAFE)

Regional Stroke Resources

Rocky Mountain Stroke Center
5666 S. Bannock Street
Littleton, CO 80120
303-730-8800

For local and updated support group listings in your area, please call Rocky Mountain Stroke Center or check website for resources available.

National Stroke Resources:

American Stroke Association
888-4-STROKE

StrokeSmart
National Stroke Association Magazine

National Aphasia Association
800-922-4622

Professional Therapy Organizations

Association American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
800-638-8255

American Occupational Therapy Association
301-652-6611

American Physical Therapy Association
800-999-2782

COVID-19 Vaccine Plan

Boulder Community Health offers the Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. People age 16 and older are eligible to be vaccinated. You can self-schedule appointments using the free MyBCH patient portal. Learn more about our vaccination process on our general vaccine information page.

For updates related to COVID-19, please see our COVID-19 page.