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Golden Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Golden, Colorado has an apt name since the city got its start when someone found gold in Clear Creek during the Gold Rush. Settlers came to what would become Golden in the mid-1800s. The city has grown and thrived since then but, sadly, the abuse of drugs and alcohol has grown over the years too. Compared to many other cities in Colorado, Golden is a relatively small city. This makes the effects of drug and alcohol misuse hit closer to home. In small communities, one person who is a repeat user of drugs or alcohol affects multiple community members with his or her actions.

While Colorado as a whole saw drop in the number of deaths from prescription opioids in 2016, the number of heroin and cocaine deaths increased. Since 2000 (until 2016), the number of deaths related to both prescription and illegal drug use increased every year. The small decrease in these statistics is a positive, and this number can continue to shrink with the right support and help given to people affected by drug misuse. The Recovery Village offers a variety of programs and services that can help those affected by drug and alcohol misuse.

With the introduction of Colorado’s campaign to increase drug and alcohol awareness, track the prescription of opioids, and give people a place to dispose of unused prescriptions, the deaths from these kinds of overdoses began its decline. The introduction of programs such as Take Meds Seriously has had a positive effect on many Colorado cities, including Golden. According to the program, 224,000 people in Colorado misuse prescription pain relievers each year. An average of 1 in 12 teenagers has taken prescription drugs belonging to someone else. The Take Meds Seriously program can help you learn how to dispose of and store prescription drugs to keep them out of the wrong hands. In addition, those affected by substance use disorders can benefit greatly from drug rehab in Golden, Colorado and in its neighboring cities.

The Recovery Village has a beautiful location located at Palmer Lake in Colorado. The facility is about an hour away from Golden, but the drive is worth it for the services provided to people looking to recover. The facility offers multiple types of treatment programs so you can customize your treatment to fit your life. There are also other Golden drug rehab and Golden alcohol rehab options available. These facilities can make an important difference in the success a person has in overcoming the need for drugs and alcohol. Additionally, the support of family and friends is vital to anyone in a program such as this. Without that support, the chance of success greatly diminishes.

Are you struggling with addiction and seeking drug or alcohol treatment? Golden and surrounding areas offer several options to meet your needs. If you prefer to speak with someone about these options, call The Recovery Village. An intake coordinator can give you information about:

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According to The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, the rate of deaths from opioid overdoses in Colorado is an average of 8.7 percent. The rate for all drug-related deaths is at 15.4 percent. This rate has dropped recently with opioid deaths dropping 7 percent and all drugs dropping 6 percent. While the rate drop is great to see, it is still too high to ignore. Get help today at a Golden drug rehab center today.

Finding Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Golden, Colorado

Golden, Colorado Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Centers

In 2016, Colorado was the only state in which its residents were users of alcohol, marijuana, cocaine and non-prescription opioids in high amounts. Other states that showed up a survey were there due to use of one to three of these categories but not all four. In order to treat such a wide array of sources for misuse, multiple types of programs are necessary. The same kind of treatment will not work for every patient. Knowing this is crucial in finding the type of program that fits your life and your personal recovery needs. There are various Golden drug treatment facilities and Golden alcohol treatment facilities, as well as options in nearby cities that can help you with your substance use disorder.

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    When someone is in an environment where drugs or alcohol is accessible, it can be harder for him or her to break the cycle of use. Residential treatment programs allow patients to remove themselves from these types of environments and be in a setting where they have 24-hour support and medical access if they need it. Many programs use different types of treatments, such as stress management, sports, yoga, educational services and traditional 12-step programs.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) are sometimes referred to as day care due to the patient not being admitted to the facility as a resident. Patients are on a structured routine of therapy and other types of treatment during the day without removing themselves fully from their home life. This type of program requires a high level of commitment from the patient and a solid support structure.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    Outpatient Programs are similar to PHP in the manner that both programs occur without admission to a facility. Outpatient programs are even less intrusive to a person’s routine. These types of programs meet a few times a week to have meetings and see doctors, instead of going daily to a facility. Intensive versions of these programs are ideal for people who are stepping down from a partial hospitalization program.

Finding the program that works best for you or your loved one is important to success. Getting the correct level of help gives someone suffering from addiction a better chance to get his or her life back under control. For some people, less intrusive methods make it possible to get the help they thought they could never have. Learn more about drug treatment in Golden, and take the first step towards recovery by reaching out for help.

Detox Centers

Detox centers can be important in helping someone break his or her addiction. These types of centers are not necessary for everyone, but it is important for people with a deep chemical and mental dependence on drugs or alcohol. These centers allow patients to have medical help to cleanse the body of the addicting substance. Withdrawal symptoms can be difficult on a patient, but they are a natural side effect of detoxing the body. Detoxing is the first step in what can be a long rehabilitation program. These centers can help with both the mental and physical aspects that may be present during withdrawal. While Golden doesn’t have a detox center of its own, The Recovery Village does offer programs for these situations. Anyone who chooses to use The Recovery Village programs for detox will have access to safe spaces, massage, hydrotherapy and round-the-clock medical supervision. Learn about the various Golden drug detox and Golden alcohol detox options available to you and get the help you need today.

Recovery Meetings Near You

When working on overcoming addiction, having support groups or meetings is important to your mental and emotional progress. Locations that offer recovery meetings in Golden are limited, but many churches, therapists and doctors can direct you to programs run privately or offered on a volunteer basis.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous is one of the oldest group-based recovery options. This would fall under an outpatient program for people who need and want a support system with others that have been through the same type of addiction. The 12-step program is comprised of a set of principles implemented to help prevent the urge to drink. The program accepts anyone no matter his or her race or political or religious viewpoint. For many people, Alcoholics Anonymous is a key component for alcohol treatment in Golden.

  • Golden #1
    Where:
    817 14th St.
    Golden, CO 80401
  • Daily Reprieve
    Where:
    17701 W. 16th Ave.
    Golden, CO 80401
  • Christ Community Church
    Where:
    8085 E. Hampden Ave.
    Denver, CO 80231

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous is similar in setup to Alcoholics Anonymous, and helps people who have a history of narcotics misuse, including heroin and other prescription medication. Both programs use a 12-step program to help people let go of their addictions. These programs don’t work for everyone, but they are successful for many. The use of support through shared experiences creates a safe environment where people can open up and not feel threatened or judged.

  • Calvary Episcopal Church
    Where:
    1320 Arapahoe Rd.
    Golden, CO 80401
  • Lakewood Christian Church
    Where:
    2025 Kipling St.
    Lakewood, CO 80215
  • Twelve Steps to Freedom Club
    Where:
    1510 Glen Ayr Dr. #12
    Lakewood, CO 80215

SMART Recovery Meetings

SMART Recovery is similar to AA or NA because it uses a program that has steps or points to encourage users of the program. This program is well suited to people who have previously been in an outpatient or inpatient program. There are no SMART programs in Golden, but there are options in nearby towns.

  • SMART Recovery
    Where:
    5280 Wadsworth Bypass
    Arvada, CO 80002
  • SMART Recovery
    Where:
    5613 Olde Wadsworth Blvd.
    Arvada, CO 80002
  • SMART Recovery
    Where:
    490 West Colfax Ave.
    Denver, CO 80204

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon meetings are for individuals going through rehab with their loved ones. When one person goes through rehab, those who support him or her are also affected and have many aspects of rehabilitation to go through with those they support. These groups are also helpful to those who are in bad situations and have no one else to turn to when someone in their life has a drug or alcohol addiction.

  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    First United Methodist Church
    1500 Ford St.
    Golden, CO 80401
  • Nar-Anon
    Where:
    Nar-Anon
    1320 Arapahoe Rd.
    Golden, CO 80401

Because Golden, Colorado is such a small city, you may need to reach out to nearby cities for resources and programs for help. In addition, some people may be more comfortable going to locations where no one knows them. No matter which option you choose, it is a step in the right direction toward a better future.

Local Communities Served

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  • 80402
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  • 80419

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Golden was last modified: October 2nd, 2017 by The Recovery Village