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According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Colorado has a higher percentage of adolescents ages 12-17, who used illicit drugs than the national average. The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports other than alcohol, marijuana is the drug most misused in Denver, Colorado with an increase in use of methamphetamines, heroin and prescription opioids as well.
According to UC Health Today, alcohol is a main factor in one of seven deaths among Colorado adults between the ages of 20 years old and 64 years old. At 14.2 percent, the alcohol-related death rate among working-age adults in Colorado is higher than the national average of one in ten, or 9.8 percent.
It’s a difficult move to reach out and ask for help. Addiction is a disease. With any other disease, there’s an expectation that you go to specialists for treatment. If you’re experiencing drug and/or alcohol problems, you can receive treatment from experts in the area. You’re not alone. And there is help for you available. Below are listed many resources that will help.
Recovery from drugs and/or alcohol is a difficult journey to embark on. Rehabilitation centers are available to teach you how to recover. Drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers offer services for you to receive help in a healthy environment where you can have access to the best care. There is no “one size fits all” with treatment. Fortunately, there are different options available in Denver, Colorado to suit your needs.
This is a 24 hours a day program where you receive in-house treatment. You’re able to safely detoxify from the substances with the assistance of professionals. You’ll be taught tools and coping mechanisms so that after you leave, you can continue on your path to being drug and alcohol free.
Also known as “dayhab”, PHP is a step down from residential treatment programs but is more involved than the typical outpatient program. Clients in partial hospitalization normally meet for treatment and therapy sessions during the day and return home at night.
Patients who chose this option for their drug and/or alcohol treatment come into a facility for treatment, but do not stay there. They may have gotten help early in their addiction or do not need to go through detox. They must have a strong support system at home and sober environment in which to live.
In Denver, Colorado, there are many outpatient, residential and partial hospitalization programs available for people ready for treatment. A national treatment center gives you an opportunity to leave the bad influences and the potentially negative environment in order to recover from your abuse. You can focus entirely on becoming a healthier and happier version of you. Find out what works best for you. The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake has that serve those living in Denver, Colorado and can help you on the road to recovery.
There are many detoxification centers in Denver, Colorado. The purpose of a detoxification center is to help you to deal with the withdrawals from drugs and/or alcohol under the care of physicians in a healthy and safe way. However, detoxifying the substances from your body is just a first step in the healing process. Your treatment plan has should involve much more than just the detox process.
In Denver, Colorado there are detox centers that can guide you through the process. However, a national treatment center can offer you a change in location that can help you to make a fresh start. And in a national treatment center like The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake, you will have access to the best care by experts, who would be able to give you the best treatment possible so you can recover from your addictions and get your life back on track.
Your recovery work is far from over when you have completed a rehab program in a facility. As an important part of your aftercare, it is essential that you find a recovery program that is effective for you. In Denver, Colorado, there are a number of recovery meetings and support groups.
Alcoholics Anonymous is an excellent 12-step support system that’s available in many communities for individuals on the road to recovery from alcohol addiction. After someone has detoxed alcohol from their system and then completed an in-patient and/or outpatient program, AA provides ongoing support in a group setting with people, who are all working on their sobriety. Listed below are some Alcoholics Anonymous meetings available in Denver, Colorado.
Meetings Near Denver, Colorado
1311 York St.
Denver, CO 80206
Denver, CO 80202
1865 Pearl Street
Denver, CO 80210
Narcotics Anonymous is also a 12-step program, but the groups are made of people on the road to recovery from narcotic addiction. NA is essential for recovering drug addicts after they’ve detoxed and have gone through their in-patient and/or outpatient treatment. Working this program is an important step in taking control and staying in control of your sobriety. Listed below are some Narcotics Anonymous meetings available in Denver, Colorado.
Central Presbyterian Church
1660 North Sherman Street
Denver, CO 80203
SMART Recovery Program is a 4-point program that helps on the road to recovery for a number of addictions, including drugs and alcohol. This can be an important part of the addiction recovery process after detox and in-patient and/or out-patient programs. Below is a listing of SMART Recovery meetings in Denver.
Denver Sheriff Department
490 West Colfax Avenue
Denver, CO 80204
Denver County Jail
10500 East Smith Road
Denver, CO 80239
Al-Anon and Nar-Anon are focused on the family’s recovery taking their cues from Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. Addiction can tear at the very seams of a family and can be very damage to relationships with family and friends. They use a 12-step program to help the families to learn how to cope and deal with their family members addictions. Listed below are some Al-Anon and Nar-Anon meetings available in Denver, Colorado.
Highlands Church at Holiday Theater
2644 W 32nd Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80211
2465 S Downing St,
Denver, Colorado 80210
Cross of Glory Lutheran Church
1991 S Oneida
Denver, Colorado 80224
If you’re living in Denver, Colorado and you want help with your drug and/or alcohol addiction, help is available. There are nearby cities where you can receive help, if you’re willing to go on that journey. Remember, the help you need is waiting for you.
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