Addiction is a disease. It is also a growing concern in American public health. Regardless of the initial reason for trying drugs or alcohol, no one wants to be an addict. The prolonged use of drugs and alcohol alters the brain’s neurochemistry and creates a psychological and physiological need. Once misuse and abuse advance to the level of addiction and dependency, it is tough to stop without professional drug resources and intervention.
At Mile High Recovery Center, our substance abuse treatment center and professional, qualified staff can provide the support necessary to break the cycle of addiction. We offer substance abuse treatment programs including:
If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, reach out to us today at 855.796.2102.
What We Treat Most Often
Mile High Recovery Center understands that every addiction experience is unique, and our treatment reflects that individualized approach. Our urban location ensures we see individuals who stumbled into addiction for different reasons. For some, the path to addiction was social events, nightlife, and parties full of excess. Still, others struggling with anxiety, depression, or other mental health issues used drugs and alcohol as a form of self-medication.
Here are some common substance abuse disorders we see in our rehab center in Denver, Colorado:
Often accompanying alcohol are “party drugs” such as Ecstasy (MDMA), ketamine, or amphetamines. These drugs can quickly become habit-forming, and it is a short step from recreational use to full-blown addiction. Amphetamines are especially prevalent, often in the form of methamphetamine, and highly addictive.
You may have heard of the “opioid epidemic” that is sweeping across the United States. Heroin is a semi-synthetic opioid made from morphine that has been chemically processed. It enters the brain quickly and produces a more immediate effect in the form of intense euphoria.
Benzos are commonly prescribed to treat anxiety or sleep disorders. However, this calming and sedating effect is often accompanied by euphoria, which leads to abuse and addiction. Common benzos are Xanax and Valium and can easily become habit-forming.
Our Approach at Mile High Recovery in Denver, Colorado
Mile High Recovery Center differs from many substance abuse treatment centers in that we believe the best chance for success is long-term care, individualized treatment, and active community support and engagement. We work with an individual until they are whole. That means we address the physical, mental, and spiritual well-being of every client.
Depending upon your specific needs, you may require residential or outpatient therapy. You may encounter any or all of the following:
- Partial hospitalization program (PHP)
- Intensive outpatient program (IOP)
- Medication-assisted treatment (MAT)
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
- 12-step community support
- Group therapy
- Alumni program
We understand that there is no cookie-cutter approach to addiction recovery. Our skilled, compassionate team includes individuals who are also in recovery, so they can relate to your experience. This extended-care, supportive approach using proven, evidence-based treatments provides the best chance of recovery and prevention of relapse.