Outpatient Alcohol & Drug Rehab Denver

The Best Addiction Treatment Center in Denver.
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The term “functioning alcoholic” is often used when describing those who are living with an alcohol use disorder. Though the term challenges our understanding and perception of the individual suffering from an alcohol use disorder, it is a myth and misrepresentation of a serious disorder.

When y...

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Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is an evidence-based practice that involves administering a type of prescription medication in order to help individuals recovering from addiction wean off certain types of substances in a facilitated manner. There are certain circumstances in which someone may...

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Are you in recovery from substances and are looking for an activity to do to supplement your treatment plan? If so, you definitely want to find something that is beneficial to your physical and mental health. You’ll also want to choose an activity or hobby that is research-based and proven to imp...

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Just like you are unique compared to everyone else around you–the number of hairs on your head, the lifetime experiences you have had, and the future you are destined to have, the recovery journey is also unique to each and every addict.

Are you tired of people expecting you to recover a certai...

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It’s been about a year since COVID-19 hit landfall and started running rampant across our country. For many of us, that meant loss, grief, isolation, and many other life changes. For the average person, these events and changes may be easy to navigate, but for someone who is in recovery for addic...

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On average, 105 people die every day as result of a drug overdose. Additionally, 6,748 individuals across the country seek treatment every day in the emergency department for misuse or abuse of drugs. In 2010, drug overdose ...

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In many scenarios, addiction and substance abuse disorders can stem from mental health and cognitive behavioral issues. Even in instances where these factors are not a catalyst for abuse, the trauma from addiction can lead to devastating emotional and cognitive disorders. For a sustainable recove...

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Did you know that Continuum Recovery Center of Colorado takes Medicaid? Many people do not know that Medicaid helps provide free treatment for addiction to drugs and alcohol. Continuum Recovery Center of Colorado takes all divisions of the Colorado Medicaid for our addiction program. Many addicti...

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Regardless if you relapsed or not, or are simply unmotivated and feel apathetic, this can be a normal part of the process. You may experience days, weeks, or even months like you are stuck in the mud and don’t know how to move forward—you may not even want to.

This is okay—as long as you unders...

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I highly recommend Continuum Recovery Center for treatment. The staff is very warm and friendly. I felt so welcome and not judged.
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What is an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)?

As with all our programs, our treatment team will undertake an extensive psychological and diagnostic case history, and create an individualized plan that works for you.Our Intensive Outpatient Program in Denver at Continuum Recovery Center will include:
  • Mental Health Disorder Assessment
  • Behavioral Health Assessment
  • Substance Abuse and Dependency(s) Assessment
  • Group Therapy
  • Individual Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Continuing Care with Life Skills Education and Training
  • Meditation
  • Yoga
  • Nutrition
  • And more
Our Colorado IOP clients learn important real-world skills that will set them up for success in sobriety. Understanding how life stress affects their emotional and physical wellbeing, clients are better able to identify the people, places, and thought patterns that increase their risk for relapse.

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9725 E Hampden Ave Ste 308
Denver, CO 80231
United States

Business Hours

Mon:9:30 AM – 6:30 PM
Tue:9:30 AM – 6:30 PM
Wed:9:30 AM – 6:30 PM
Thu:9:30 AM – 6:30 PM
Fri:9:30 AM – 1:30 PM
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