Finding the right drug rehab treatment center in the Denver area can be challenging. There are so many variables to consider it can seem overwhelming. How does someone figure out all the different types of insurance, age, gender, drugs, alcohol, length of stay and all the others things involved?
We have put together a list of some drug rehab treatment centers in the Denver and surrounding area. We suggest you contact them for further help and assistance.
Drug Rehabilitation Centers in Denver
Here is a list of drug rehab treatment centers in Denver. They are primarily hospital-based programs. Most hospital-based programs accept Medicare, Medicaid, state-funded and private insurance. In general they do medical detox. Most offer some other level of care, such as Intensive Outpatient (IOP) and /or Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP). Their staffs are usually very helpful and knowledgeable. If you need help finding a residential program, call us and we can assist.
drug rehab treatment centers in Denver
|Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health||303-797-9440|
|ARTS Univ of CO – Health Science Center||303-355-1014|
|Boulder County Public Health||303-441-1281|
|Boulder Community Hospital||303-441-0560|
|Centennial Peaks Hospital||303-673-9990|
|Denver Health Community Detox||303-436-3500|
|Parker Valley Hope||303-841-7857|
|Porter Adventist Hospital||303-778-5811|
|University of Colorado Hospital||720-848-3000|
|West Pines Behavioral Health||303-467-4000|
Map – Drug Rehabilitation Centers in Denver
Below is a map of the above drug rehab treatment centers in Denver.
Click on any arrow to bring up more information about the facility, including reviews which can be found on the detail pop-up screen.
For website and other information, click the drop down menu in the upper left corner of the map. To access detailed information, click on the listing for the program. You can also simply click on the “red post marker” to bring up the detail screen for that facility.
Reviews and website information can be found on the detail screen. Use the drop down menu in the upper left-hand corner for more information and quick access.
Various Levels of Care
There is more than one type of program for substance abuse. The “30 day” inpatient type of a facility is the most intense and suggested for people with chronic addiction problems. Call us for detailed information about the various levels in the “continuum of care”.
There are 4 levels of treatment. Each provides a different type of recovery program service.
levels of care:
- Intensive Outpatient
- Partial Day
- Inpatient Residential
Detoxification from alcohol and any mood altering chemicals is the first phase of treatment. Detox MUST be done under the medical supervision of a licensed MD. Today, there are state-of-the-art medications available to ease and minimize the cravings and effects of withdrawal.
There is a possibility withdrawal may cause a severe reaction, resulting in the “Delirium Tremens.” If someone does go into the DTs, there is a chance it might be fatal.
Intensive Outpatient Programs
An outpatient facility offers similar services as partial day and inpatient except clients do not stay at the facility overnight.
Intensive outpatient (IOP) generally offers 1 hour of treatment 3 days a week.
Group therapy includes skills training, relapse prevention, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and motivational enhancement therapy (MET). A qualified addiction specialist, trained in the various therapies, leads the sessions.
The difference between Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient is how many times per week a client is required to attend.
Partial Day Programs
Partial Hospital Programs (PHP), is also known as “day treatment”. It is a more intensive level of care than outpatient. It provides a half day of therapy 5 times per week. Clients do not stay overnight while being provided therapy and care. This level fills the need of some individuals who need daily treatment, but are unable to attend full-time inpatient residential. PHP provides virtually all the same types of therapy as outpatient on a more intense and regular basis.
Residential inpatient treatment is a type of therapy where the individual lives in the center and receives treatment over a course of several weeks or months. These live-in facilities specialize in expert care for chemical dependency, alcoholism, as well any underlying psychological problems. Because almost half of all people suffering from substance abuse are also suffering from a co-existing mental health condition, many facilities offer some type of dual therapy that addresses both.
Some people need to access publicly-funded recovery programs and services. The vast majority of these public resources are available at the state and county level, rather than locally.
Office of Behavioral Health
Department of Human Services
3824 West Princeton Circle
Phone: (303) 866-7400
Denver Office of Behavioral Health
The Office of Behavioral Health (OBH) is located within the Department of Human Services, the Office of Behavioral Health is the State’s behavioral health authority. OBH is responsible for policy development, service provision and coordination, program monitoring and evaluation, and administrative oversight for the public behavioral health system. OBH funds, supports and monitors numerous mental health and substance abuse community programs and providers, and reviews and designates the State’s providers.
The Colorado Office of Behavioral Health contracts with Regional Managed Service Organizations for the provision of substance use disorder treatment services throughout Colorado. They in turn contract with over 40 local providers to deliver a full continuum of care. Funding is not sufficient to support free services, but clients seeking services are offered a sliding fee scale
Alcoholics Anonymous – AA Meetings in Denver
|2926 Zuni St. #202||Alcoholics Anonymous||(303) 322-4440|
Narcotics Anonymous – NA Meetings in Denver
|1290 Williams St||Narcotics Anonymous||(303) 832-3784|
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