Mile High Recovery began in 2016 when Executive Director Brice Hancock opened his first sober living house in Denver, Colorado. It has since grown to nine sober living homes and a treatment center. Mile High Recovery is run by a passionate team of skilled professionals, some of whom are recovering addicts themselves. This fact promotes compassion and a judgment-free environment while cementing solid ties to the Denver recovery community. In addition, the active alumni of Mile High Recovery are a vital component of the long-term approach to recovery.
Located in vibrant Denver, Colorado, Mile High Recovery embraces its urban setting while respecting the surrounding natural beauty. If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call Mile High Recovery today at 303-268-2144.
A Need for Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Denver
In a city the size of Denver, there is a real need for drug and alcohol rehab and treatment. The city of Denver boasts a population of just over 700,000, and the greater metropolitan area of ten counties pushes that to almost 3 million people. In a population that large, there are plenty of individuals struggling with addiction. Our mission is to serve as many as we can throughout the entirety of their detox, rehab, and recovery.
While we can help with almost any substance dependency, we primarily help those struggling with alcohol, heroin, and amphetamines. These substances are often associated with ‘party’ culture, and the nightlife of Denver is one of its biggest attractions, along with the approximately 150 micro-breweries. The LGBTQ community of Denver is also affected by drugs and alcohol, perhaps inordinately so. We have a significant percentage of LBGTQ clients and alumni.
Reach out to Mile High Recovery Center today to start your journey towards recovery.
Why Choose Mile High Recovery Center?
At Mile High Recovery, we work with an individual until they are whole. Our levels of care range from residential to sober living and everything in between. We employ evidence-based clinical therapeutic approaches with holistic therapies to address the client’s body, mind, and spirit.
We offer a multi-phase extended treatment program that may include the following:
- Partial hospitalization program (PHP)–intensive, five days a week, with high accountability
- Medication-assisted treatment (MAT)–including Suboxone, Vivitrol, and other anti-craving medications, but not methadone
- Intensive outpatient program (IOP)–less intense than PHP, with an expectation of reintegrating into the surrounding community while still receiving regular support
- Sober living or recovery housing–we started with sober living and know the value of a safe and supportive living environment conducive to recovery.
Each of these treatment regimens will be tailored to your individual needs. At Mile High Recovery, we understand that addiction is different for everyone, and there is no one-size-fits-all. We believe that a long-term approach with a personalized treatment plan and community support is the best recipe for success.
Therapies Offered in Our Substance Abuse Treatment Programs
As mentioned, we believe in treating the individual until they are whole. Our staff of professionally trained and certified therapists will use the latest proven and effective therapies to address substance abuse disorder and accompanying mental health conditions. Some of these therapies include:
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
- Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR)
- Community-based therapy and 12-step support
- Alumni program
Additional community-based and recreational activities may also be included to truly encompass the healing of the whole individual. Denver should be your destination for recovery, and Mile High can show you the steps to put you on the right path to sobriety. Call us today at 303-268-2144 or take a look at our photo gallery.
Reach Out to Mile High Recovery Center in Denver, Colorado
Mile High Recovery understands addiction, but we also understand what it takes to recover from addiction. We know that addiction is different for everyone and that a long-term, personalized treatment plan is the best chance of successful recovery.
If you or someone you know, perhaps a friend in the LGBTQ community, is struggling with drug or alcohol addiction in the Denver, CO area, please reach out to us at 303-268-2144.