Addiction Recovery Blog

Can I Have Visitors in a Residential Treatment Center?

It is common for people considering a drug addiction residential recovery facility to feel anxiety about whether they can receive visitors while in treatment. The idea of starting rehab is daunting enough, but the idea of being separated from loved ones for several weeks can create additional stress. Are you

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Can I Keep My Job if I Go to a Residential Recovery Center?

Drug or alcohol addiction can result in numerous harmful outcomes, including health issues, fractured relationships, poor job performance, financial struggles, and even death. We know that, though drug and alcohol rehab can disrupt your life, continuing to abuse substances will disturb your life far more. You may be thinking about

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5 Benefits of Inpatient Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy, a treatment practice for mental health and substance abuse disorders, is founded on the study of medicine and the social sciences. Over the last 100 years, since the era of Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung, psychotherapy has taken great leaps forward. Research has proven its efficacy many times over,

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Inpatient Psychotherapy Treatment

One in five Americans lives with a mental health disorder. Some people deal with mental health challenges at certain times, and others cope with a chronic psychiatric diagnosis throughout life. Some people have a mental health crisis or a severe enough mental health diagnosis that entering inpatient treatment for stabilization

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Does Inpatient Treatment Offer EMDR?

Inpatient treatment for mental health or substance use disorders offers a unique opportunity to immerse even more fully in all aspects of therapies you might also access in an outpatient program. The benefits of inpatient treatment are many, so that whatever therapies you engage in are likely to be amplified

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5 Benefits of Family Therapy

Substance use and mental health disorders don’t just affect one person – they affect everyone who cares about and interacts often with the one suffering. Addiction is called a family disease because of the damage it can do to communication and trust; mental health disorders can create confusion and anxiety

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Do Alumni Programs Help Ensure Addiction Recovery?

There is an accumulation of strong evidence that points to the value of peer support during addiction recovery, both during rehab and throughout life. One of the strengths of Mile High Recovery in Denver, CO, is our alumni community. The hundreds of rehab alums who live in and around Denver

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5 Benefits of Relapse Prevention

All addiction rehab seeks to help clients leave drug and alcohol abuse behind and avoid post-rehab relapse. Even though it is the goal to avoid relapse, it is often a normal part of recovery and can happen at any time, including right after rehab or ten years in the future.

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Am I an Alcoholic?

If you’re asking yourself, “Am I an alcoholic?” you may also be feeling a sense of doom, remorse, or guilt. Your drinking habits may have caused your logical self to ask this question. If everyone around you is telling you that you are and you observe yourself displaying alcoholism symptoms,

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Begin Outpatient Rehab at Mile High Recovery Center Today

In Denver’s City Center neighborhood, Mile High is here to help you thrive throughout the Denver Metro area. If you or someone you love is ready to take the next steps towards recovery, call us today at 303-268-2144 to learn more about our outpatient programs.