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Helps Each OtherFor the many people who suffer from dependency to drugs and/or alcohol, and for those who have loved ones suffering from dependency to drugs and alcohol living in Fort Collins, CO, living with addiction is an all-encompassing, excruciating, unhappy life experience. Rehabilitation, or rehab, is a process intended to help addicts come to realize their dependency, learn to identify and steer clear of triggers that make them use, and learn how to live as a recovering addict. Our program offers a wholesome, kind atmosphere for addicts who wish to begin recovering from drugs and/or alcohol, and develops individualized, customized treatment plans to address the physical, mental, social, medical, vocational, and emotional requirements of each and every client.

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Largely because of the stigma of being ‘an addict,’ people and whole families tend to hide problems with drug abuse from the rest of the world. This is common, but generally builds a lot of bitterness and fury among loved ones, friends, and the addict. In these specific instances, interventions are one of the best ways to convince an addict to enter treatment, and our program strongly recommends utilizing a counselor, or an interventionist (an intervention specialist) to mediate the intervention itself. Interventions aren’t only efficient for convincing an addict to agree to treatment, but can also create a safe atmosphere for people to verbalize their fears, irritation, and bitterness in a manageable way.

Detox is a process that is also mistaken for treatment, but it is very important to know that detox won’t ‘cure’ an addict from their problems with substance abuse. Detox, or detoxification, is the first step towards recovery, and helps the addict correctly and quickly withdraw from the substance(s) they are dependent on, sometimes with the aid of prescribed medicine. Social detoxification is a procedure that can be completed in a residential or outpatient facility, and involves instructing and preparing an addict for treatment. Medically supervised detoxification (also known as medically supervised withdrawal) is a process that most commonly happens in a hospital wing or medical facility, and the addict’s withdrawal is guided by a nurse or medical doctor for their health. Our treatment offers either sort of detox depending on the requirements of the client.

Our treatment program offers safe, effective treatment for people in all stages of dependency, from people who have only begun to feel the consequences of addiction, to people who have been continually using drugs and/or alcohol. Their rehab programs include, but aren’t limited to, treatment for alcohol, opiates (heroin, codeine), prescription drugs (pharmaceuticals, hydrocodone, oxycodone), designer drugs (bath salts, many stimulants), crystal meth, cocaine, hallucinogens, and marijuana. For the most powerful and effective treatment, our program evaluates how profound the dependency is, any contributing psychological factors (including co-occurring disorders), and what path towards recovery might be most efficient for every individual client.

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Our residential treatment program combines the best aspects of inpatient (including 24/7 supervision and access to the medically team) and outpatient treatment (such as luxurious, homey facilities and contact with real world scenarios and issues). Since each client’s treatment plans are custom-made to be individualized to their specific requirements, no plan is the very same as any other. However, clients can expect to participate in group or individual counseling, behavioral modeling techniques, daily recovery support meetings, recreational activities, and daily trips to the gym, all from the comfort of a beautiful residential house. For those living in Fort Collins, CO, additional information concerning substance dependency, interventions, detox, or rehab centers, please contact (970) 296-5515 to talk to our recovery specialists .