Colorado Drug Rehab

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    PACTS

    3380 West 72nd Avenue, Suite 101
    Westminster , 80030

    Primary Focus:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • Co-Occurring Mental & Substance Abuse Disorder Treatment
    • Criminal Justice Clients
    • DUI / DWI Offenders
    • Teenagers
    Forms of Payment:
    • Self Pay
    Payment Assistance:
    • Sliding Fee Scale (Dependent upon ability to pay)
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    Arapahoe House Aspen Center

    ,
    Westminster , 80260

    Primary Focus:
    • Psychological Health & Drug/Alcohol Abuse Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    • Subutex / Suboxone Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Long Term Residential Treatment Programs (30 Days Or More)
    • Short Term Residential Treatment Programs (30 Days Or Less)
    Special Programs:
    • Adult Female
    • Beds Provided For Patients Children
    • Co-Occurring Mental & Substance Abuse Disorder Treatment
    • Pregnant & Postpartum Woman
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Access To Recovery Program (ATR)
    • Military Insurance (E.G. VA / TRICARE / CHAMPVA)
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
    • State Funded Insurance (Non-Medicaid)
    Payment Assistance:
    • Payment Assistance (Specifics vary)
    • Sliding Fee Scale (Dependent upon ability to pay)
    Languages Spoken:
    • ASL / Hearing Impaired
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    Crossroads Turning Points Inc

    615 Russell Avenue,
    Walsenburg , 81089

    Primary Focus:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • Adult Female
    • Adult Male
    • Co-Occurring Mental & Substance Abuse Disorder Treatment
    • Criminal Justice Clients
    • DUI / DWI Offenders
    • Persons with HIV / AIDS
    • Pregnant & Postpartum Woman
    • Senior Citizens Or Elderly Persons
    • Teenagers
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Access To Recovery Program (ATR)
    • Self Pay
    Payment Assistance:
    • Sliding Fee Scale (Dependent upon ability to pay)
    Languages Spoken:
    • Spanish Speaking
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    Adult/Youth Counseling Services Inc

    8 Bassich Place,
    Westcliffe , 81252

    Primary Focus:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • DUI / DWI Offenders
    Forms of Payment:
    • Access To Recovery Program (ATR)
    • Self Pay
    Languages Spoken:
    • ASL / Hearing Impaired
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    Colorado West Regional Mental Hlth Ctr Walden Center

    350 McKinley Street,
    Walden , 80480

    Primary Focus:
    • Psychological Health & Drug/Alcohol Abuse Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • DUI / DWI Offenders
    • Teenagers
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Military Insurance (E.G. VA / TRICARE / CHAMPVA)
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
    • State Funded Insurance (Non-Medicaid)
    Payment Assistance:
    • Sliding Fee Scale (Dependent upon ability to pay)
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    ADAPT Program 10 MDOS/SGOW

    4102 Pinion Drive, Suite 100
    USAF Academy , 80840

    Primary Focus:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Forms of Payment:
    • Military Insurance (E.G. VA / TRICARE / CHAMPVA)
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    Alpine Springs Counseling PC

    19 Vail Road,
    Vail , 81657

    Primary Focus:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • DUI / DWI Offenders
    Forms of Payment:
    • Self Pay
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    Colorado West Regional Mental Hlth Ctr Eagle Valley

    395 East Lionshead Circle,
    Vail , 81657

    Primary Focus:
    • Psychological Health & Drug/Alcohol Abuse Services
    Services Provided:
    • Detox
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • Co-Occurring Mental & Substance Abuse Disorder Treatment
    • DUI / DWI Offenders
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Accepts Medicare
    • Access To Recovery Program (ATR)
    • Military Insurance (E.G. VA / TRICARE / CHAMPVA)
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
    • State Funded Insurance (Non-Medicaid)
    Payment Assistance:
    • Sliding Fee Scale (Dependent upon ability to pay)
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    Crossroads Turning Points Inc

    1004 Carbon Place,
    Trinidad , 81082

    Primary Focus:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment Services
    Services Provided:
    • Detox
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    • Short Term Residential Treatment Programs (30 Days Or Less)
    Special Programs:
    • Adult Female
    • Adult Male
    • Co-Occurring Mental & Substance Abuse Disorder Treatment
    • Criminal Justice Clients
    • DUI / DWI Offenders
    • Persons with HIV / AIDS
    • Pregnant & Postpartum Woman
    • Senior Citizens Or Elderly Persons
    • Teenagers
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Access To Recovery Program (ATR)
    • Self Pay
    Payment Assistance:
    • Sliding Fee Scale (Dependent upon ability to pay)
    Languages Spoken:
    • ASL / Hearing Impaired
    • Spanish Speaking
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    Community Reach Center Inc

    8931 Huron Street,
    Thornton , 80260

    Primary Focus:
    • Psychological Health Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • Co-Occurring Mental & Substance Abuse Disorder Treatment
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Accepts Medicare
    • Military Insurance (E.G. VA / TRICARE / CHAMPVA)
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
    • State Funded Insurance (Non-Medicaid)
    Payment Assistance:
    • Sliding Fee Scale (Dependent upon ability to pay)
    Languages Spoken:
    • ASL / Hearing Impaired
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Your Treatment Options + State Drug Abuse Facts

Introduction

Nearly 10 percent of the U.S. population, or approximately 22.7 million Americans, needed drug or alcohol addiction treatment in 2013, as outlined in a Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration report. Yet a mere 0.9 percent of those people sought treatment at a rehabilitation or mental health facility. If you or a loved one struggles with addiction, it is important to understand the differences between various treatment options.

Between 2002 and 2014, the number of drug-related overdoses in Colorado nearly doubled, according to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Colorado Health Institute. During the same time, the rate of drug overdoses increased in every county throughout Colorado with the exception of one — Mineral County. Twelve counties in the state had death rates of more than 20 per 100,000 residents, thereby marking them among the highest in the nation.

Type & Length of Care:

A single addiction treatment approach isn’t appropriate for everyone since everyone responds to substance abuse differently. At times, it is necessary to seek treatment to assure long-term sobriety. Here are the differences between various types of treatment programs.

Long Term Treatment Options (90-Day)

Long term treatment often consists of several days of detox, followed by 90 to 120 days of comprehensive substance abuse treatment and planning for the future. These are ideal for patients with chronic or severe abuse issues, as well as people who have dual diagnosis, that need a more intensive treatment option.

Short Term Treatment Programs (28 / 30 Day)

A short-term drug treatment program is exactly as the name implies. Often no more than a month in length, it provides strategies for coping with substance abuse that intend to solve the challenge of addiction for the long run. Short-term programs may or may not require detoxification as part of the process.

Outpatient / Inpatient

Inpatient and outpatient facilities differ in where patients stay in the duration of treatment. With inpatient treatment, patients reside on-site and rarely, if ever, leave the premises diring treatment. Outpatient facilities don’t offer overnight housing. Patients receive help on-site, then leave every day to resume ordinary daily activities, such as schooling or employment.

Residential Treatment Services:

Detox

Drug detoxification, or detox, is the first step of substance abuse treatment. It begins with helping patients rid their bodies of substances and stabilize after long-term drug addiction, then shifts to monitoring and supporting the body as it rids itself of the drug. Detox is often unpleasant and can be fatal if not monitored appropriately.

Sober-living house

People in the final stages of recovery often choose to live in sober-living homes. They are shared communities for recovering addicts. The primary rule enforced is that residents must abstain from drugs and alcohol.

Dual diagnosis

Individuals with a co-occurring mental health concern, including bipolar disorder or depression, and a substance addiction, are referred to as dual diagnosis patients. Dual diagnosis facilities have staff that includes both mental health professionals and substance abuse counselors.


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Commonly Abused & Treated Drugs:

Alcohol is the most frequently abused substance in Colorado, with 7.4 percent of adults above drinking age reporting heavy alcohol use within the past year. Following alcohol, marijuana has the highest number of treatment admissions in the state, with methamphetamines a close third. Heroin and cocaine follow in terms of usage.

Conclusion

Whether looking for treatment for yourself or a loved one, it is useful to recognize the different treatment options available. Every individual has unique needs wherein one approach can be especially effective for a person yet not so much for another. If you are seeking help, know that it may be best to look outside of your state for the most effective option.


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