Substance Abuse Resources
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Brighton Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources
Addiction is a disease that affects many families in the Brighton, Colorado area. From the substance abuser who is in a wealth of pain and turmoil to the families who constantly worry about their loved ones, substance misuse touches the lives of many people. With these issues in mind, it’s important to note the Brighton alcohol rehab and Brighton drug rehab options.
While alcohol, cocaine and other designer drugs have been a problem for years and remain one, of the biggest problems facing the Brighton, Colorado area, opioid addiction tops the list. What so innocently starts out as a broken bone or a hurt back has the ability to turn into a painful addiction. Many times, those hooked on prescription opiates turn to heavier street opiates, such as heroin.
Even though Brighton had one of the largest heroin busts in Colorado history in 2015, the misuse of heroin and prescription drugs is still a pervasive problem. The Denver Post reported that prescription opioid deaths dropped by 6 percent in 2016; however, heroin overdose deaths are expected to rise as much as 23 percent in 2017. Recovery is possible, and overdose doesn’t have to happen. With the proper treatment, anyone of any age, race or gender can recover from opiate or other addictions and have happy, joyous and free lives.
There are several options for Brighton drug treatment facilities and Brighton alcohol treatment facilities. Depending on the type of drug of misuse, a patient seeking help can get near-immediate treatment with the proper resources at hand. While Colorado has recently been in the news because of marijuana legalization, it also stands out as a top state for use and abuse of toxic substances.
This page provides information on the many available resources to treat drug and alcohol abuse. If you prefer to speak with someone about your options, call The Recovery Village. An intake coordinator will be glad to give you information on:
- Brighton alcohol rehab
- Brighton drug rehab
- Brighton alcohol detox
- Brighton drug detox
- Brighton alcohol treatment facilities
- Brighton drug treatment facilities
- Inpatient drug rehab (Brighton, CO)
- Outpatient drug rehab (Brighton, CO)
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Finding Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Brighton, Colorado
Brighton Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Rehab Centers
In Brighton, CO, drug rehab is available for those who would like help with their substance use disorder. You’re not alone in this struggle; places such as The Recovery Village can help. You simply have to take that first step and make the call. If a wait exists at one facility, keep trying until you find a program with availability, or place yourself on the wait list. There is help out there and, while you’re waiting, you can always check out a helpful 12-step meeting, where you’ll be warmly welcomed at the door.
Residential Treatment Programs
Residential programs ensure that you’ll be in the facility 24 hours a day, seven days a week. These can be short stays (detox visits are typically three to four days, up to a week) or longer stays of up to 30 days. Some residential treatment program help you on an inpatient basis for up to 90 days, depending on the program, while others release you to a PHP (Partial Hospitalization Program), to outpatient, or to other options, such as a sober or recovery house. If your drug of choice requires a medical detox (such as alcohol or opiates), an inpatient program is usually a good idea. Here, you can detox comfortably, with medication that can help soothe your symptoms, under the eye of a carefully trained medical staff. If you suffer from depression or other co-occurring disorders, there are often psychiatrists on staff as well.
Partial Hospitalization Programs
For some, inpatient rehab is not always an option. Perhaps you can’t take the time off work or you don’t want to leave your family. This is understandable, and it shouldn’t stop you from getting help. Partial hospitalization programs often require you to come to the hospital (or program) for several hours a day, several days a week. In this type of program, you may participate in group therapy and other counseling to address your substance misuse problems without a complete hospital or program stay. For many, this helps jump-start their recovery, as they can also attend outside 12-step AA and NA meetings while in a PHP, connecting with other local recovering people.
Outpatient Treatment Programs
Another option for many who misuse alcohol and drugs is an outpatient program. For some, this is the last step after completing an inpatient stay and a PHP. For others, outpatient care is their first attempt at help. Most outpatient programs require to you come to group/session once or twice a week, for several hours. You are also usually encouraged (or required) to attend AA and NA meetings outside of the program to get a good feel for local recovery. Outpatient programs may also have medical and psychiatric help on staff to help you with other problems, so you can address them along with your addiction. If you find you need more help, you can usually get a quick referral from an outpatient to inpatient program.
There are many options when it comes to beginning your treatment, and there’s no right or wrong answer. It’s your own recovery, and you can choose what’s best for you. Depending on your needs, you may want a full program where you can take a break and get a better hold on life. Or, you may want to get your feet wet in an outpatient program, learning more about what recovery is all about. It’s simply the first step that is the most important. Also take into consideration the location of your programs. Perhaps you’d be best served by attending an inpatient program out-of-town, and returning for an outpatient drug rehab in Brighton, CO.
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When you take that first step and reach out for help, one of the first things often suggested is detoxification. Detox has been a part of many a sober person’s recovery, and for some, it’s a medically necessary step to ensure safe withdrawal. If you’re struggling with an opiate addiction or with alcoholism, a medical detox is important to ensure you can safely stop drinking or using. Medical professionals can provide you with medication while watching your vital signs and tracking your progress.
Detox is often an important part of the first step, and there’s no reason to feel ashamed or embarrassed. In fact, trying to detox alone or at home can be dangerous, so this is an imperative part of getting on the road to recovery.
There are several Brighton drug detox and Brighton alcohol detox centers, or you may find yourself at a nationally known program such as The Recovery Village. No matter your choice, facing detox is an important first step.
Recovery Meetings Near You
Finding recovery meetings in your area is an important part of recovery. Whether you start the meeting process before detoxification or rehabilitation, or you start it immediately after, you’ll find that it helps your healing and recovery. Many folks have been sober for years with the help of groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. You’ll find there are many types of meetings; there is bound to be one that speaks to you. Part of what helps AA and NA work so well is the concentration on the underlying factors that contributed to your addiction. Living a happy life means eliminating some of the factors that led to your addiction in the first place. You’ll find meetings a warm, caring place where you can relate to people’s personal experiences.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings
In 1935, Bill Wilson and “Dr. Bob” founded Alcoholics Anonymous, a 12-step method to help alcoholics get and stay sober. Depending on each other’s experiences, a sponsor typically takes newly sober alcoholics through the 12 steps. Over the years, this has proven to be an effective and simple method. AA is now worldwide, with meetings throughout the United States and around the world. If you’ve attended an alcohol rehab center in Brighton, CO, consider your local AA meetings for lifelong support.
- Brighton #1
147 S. 2nd Pl.
Brighton, CO 80601
- Platte Valley Medical Center
1750 E. Egbert St.
Brighton, CO 80601
- Christ Community Church
8085 East Hampden Ave.
Denver, CO 80231
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings
The first Narcotics Anonymous meeting occurred in 1953. A complement to AA’s 12 steps, NA uses the same principles, but was founded to help drug addicts find a better way when their addictions become too much. While NA is not as worldwide as AA, you’ll still find NA meetings in nearly every city, with help just a phone call away. There are also several other types of meetings similar to NA for specific drugs, such as Cocaine Anonymous.
- Platte Valley Medical Center
1750 E. Egbert St.
Brighton, CO 80601
- Vail Bible Church
39209 US Hwy. 6
Avon, CO 81620
- Eagle Bend Apartments
10 Stonebridge Dr.
Avon, CO 81620
SMART Recovery Meetings
The 12 steps aren’t for everyone. While they are effective, there are other groups that you may be interested in to help further your recovery. One of these, SMART recovery, depends more on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and other non-confrontational methods within a group setting. SMART stands for Self-Management and Recovery Training, and while it’s relatively new, those on the road to recovery give rave reviews.
- Living Well Transitions
1320 Pearl St. Ste. 320
Boulder, CO 80302
- DuPont Counseling Services
12101 E 2nd Ave. Ste. 100A
Aurora, CO 80011
- Global Goods & Coffee Shop
5613 Olde Wadsworth Blvd.
Arvada, CO 80002
Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings
If you have someone in your life who misuses alcohol or drugs, you may want to think about attending Al-Anon or Nar-Anon meetings to help get through the tough times. Begun by Bill Wilson’s wife Lois, Al-Anon helps you deal with a family member or close friend who may be struggling through addiction. It’s a good opportunity to meet like-minded folks who may be going through some of the same things.
Brighton United Methodist Church
625 S. 8th Ave.
Brighton, CO 80601
1117 Kimbark St.
Longmont, CO 80501
If you’re looking for a drug rehab center in Brighton, CO or alcohol rehab in Brighton, CO, also keep in mind the resources available in neighboring cities. Places such as The Recovery Village can assist. Whether you only have to travel a short distance or you choose to travel to a nationally recognized treatment center, years of experience and successful treatment help you feel comfortable knowing you chose the right center.
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