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Littleton Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources
Littleton, Colorado, located just south of Denver in Arapahoe County, is famous for its charming historic district and stunning vistas of the beautiful surrounding mountains. Littleton is also notorious for a high rate of drug and alcohol abuse among its residents. The entire state of Colorado has earned a reputation for escalating rates of prescription drug misuse and overdose deaths in the last decade.
While deaths in Colorado from prescription opioid overdoses decreased from 2015 to 2016, most of the progress came in the form of combating prescription deaths from hydrocodone and oxycodone overdose. The bad news is that deaths due to heroin and cocaine overdose actually increased during the same period in Colorado. Experts in Colorado believe that the increase in heroin addiction relates to a crackdown on the misuse of prescription painkillers in the state. Desperate addicts have turned to black market sources for opiates, sometimes laced with fentanyl and other deadly additives. Although it can be frightening and difficult to take that first step to get help with addiction, drug rehab in Littleton, CO and alcohol rehab in Littleton, CO provide a wide variety of treatment options for people from all walks of life.
You can learn more about many of these options by calling The Recovery Village and speaking with an intake coordinator who can give you information about:
- Littleton drug rehab
- Littleton alcohol rehab
- Littleton drug detox
- Littleton alcohol detox
- Littleton drug treatment facilities
- Littleton alcohol treatment facilities
- Inpatient drug rehab (Littleton, CO)
- Outpatient drug rehab (Littleton, CO)
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Finding Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Littleton, Colorado
Littleton, Colorado Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Rehab Centers
Treatment programs for alcohol and drug misuse vary in their methods and approaches to assisting you with your goal of recovery. The type of addiction treatment you choose depends on your specific circumstances. Learn about the various types of treatments available to help you decide which program will work best with your lifestyle and obligations. These options include Littleton alcohol rehab and Littleton drug rehab programs, as well as other centers in nearby cities and states.
Residential Treatment Programs
When you enroll in a residential treatment program, you live at the facility full-time while you work toward your recovery. In this complete immersion method of rehabilitation, you have access to professional mental-health and medical assistance 24 hours a day. The residential treatment option is a good choice for those patients who want to get away from the people and influences that remind them of their drugs of choice. When you separate yourself from an environment of stress and easy access to harmful substances, you’re able to focus on your own healing. Many residential treatment programs expect you to detox before you arrive, while other programs allow you to detox at the live-in facility after you arrive for your program.
Partial Hospitalization Programs
Partial hospitalization programs are a mix of inpatient and outpatient therapy methods. When enrolled in this type of treatment arrangement, you must meet for a minimum required number of classes, therapy sessions and medical evaluations during the day. However, you’re able to return to your home (or other environment deemed safe) at the end of the day’s treatments. Partial hospitalization programs are helpful for people who have families and pets, and for those who feel they will benefit from staying connected to their loved ones throughout their recovery.
Outpatient Treatment Programs
People with milder addictions often choose an outpatient program to work on their recovery from substance use disorder. People who have done more intensive residential and partial hospitalization programs also choose the outpatient option when they feel they need additional support. In an outpatient treatment program, you will join in therapy, medical evaluations and classes, but the schedule is not as structured or time-consuming. This option is helpful to people who wish to continue working or attending school while they seek help with their substance misuse issues.
The best treatment program for you is the one that fits with your resources and support requirements. If you have a serious, life-threatening addiction issue, you may need more support and care than an outpatient program provides. Also of consideration when selecting the best program for your individual needs are your insurance coverage and ability to pay treatment fees.
If you have questions about Littleton drug treatment facilities or Littleton alcohol treatment facilities, consult an addiction specialist to learn more about substance abuse counseling. Many people trust the treatment programs offered by national networks of addiction experts and professionals, such as those provided by The Recovery Village.
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Substances wreak havoc on the body while you’re using, and they can make you very ill when you decide to quit them. Each person and addiction is different, so it follows that each person’s experience of eliminating drugs is also different. A qualified detox center monitors you and supports you while your body rids itself of harmful drugs and toxins.
As you withdraw from an alcohol or drug habit, you may find a wide assortment of feelings, emotions and concerns brought to the surface. In a Littleton drug detox or Littleton alcohol detox program, you aren’t left alone to suffer; you’re offered medical and mental-health assistance to help you fight the painful physical and mental effects of detoxification on your body.
Recovery Meetings Near You
Recovery meetings, including those of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA), offer the non-judgmental fellowship and support of others who are struggling with addiction. Littleton, Colorado has a variety of meetings that you are welcome to attend. Be aware that some recovery meetings are closed, meaning only substance abusers may attend. Many people prefer this guarantee of privacy. Other groups are open to observers, so your friends and family members may join you for moral support.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings
People with alcohol-related misuse issues have relied on the support of Alcoholics Anonymous since 1935. You can find AA meetings all over the world at all hours of the day and night. Participants follow a 12-step program to recovery, and the group helps celebrate each sober milestone. There are meetings for people from all backgrounds too, including dedicated groups for women, men and people of specific faith traditions. Below are three AA groups that meet in Littleton, Colorado.
- Lilley Gulch Sunday Beginners Group
7964 S Depew St. (Platte Canyon/Chatfield)
Littleton, CO 80128
- Any Length AA Group
5707 S Simms St.
Littleton, CO 80127
- Safe Harbor AA Group
9032 W Ken Caryl Ave. Unit A
Littleton, CO 80128
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings
Narcotics Anonymous is also a worldwide organization, first founded in 1953. It has grown to encompass over 67,000 meetings per week in 139 different countries. The goal of NA is peer support for recovering addicts who want to remain drug-free. There is no affiliation with any governmental or law enforcement agencies and membership is free. You may need to venture a few miles outside of Littleton to attend an NA meeting in the Denver metro area. A list of NA meetings in the Littleton area follows.
- Smells Like Clean Spirit
191 E Orchard Rd.
Littleton, CO 80121
- Bring Your Own Lunch NA Group
5400 S Yosemite St.
Englewood, CO 80011
- You Me and HP NA Group
5707 S Simms St.
Littleton, CO 80127
SMART Recovery Meetings
If you prefer a recovery program that doesn’t rely on a “higher power,” you will appreciate the SMART recovery program for its focus on self-reliance and personal empowerment. Participants in SMART programs work through a four-point program of self-awareness and recovery management. You’ll find SMART meetings in the Littleton area listed below.
- The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake
443 S Hwy. 105
Palmer Lake, CO 80133
7017 S Clinton St.
Greenwood Village, CO 80112
- SMART Recovery for Teens
12101 E 2nd Ave. Suite 100-A
Aurora, CO 80011
Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings
If you are a loved one or friend of a person who has addiction issues, there is support for you as well. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon are two groups that provide support and encouragement for people coping with a family member’s addiction. Both of these programs use a 12-step program to manage the emotions and turmoil of watching a loved one struggle with drug and alcohol dependency. You’ll find meetings near Littleton for both Al-Anon and Nar-Anon listed below.
231 Buckley Club Al-Anon
15210 E 6th Ave. Unit 1
Aurora, CO 80011
Highlands Ranch Hope Nar-Anon
200 W Plaza Dr. Suite 200
Highlands Ranch, CO 80129
There are many Littleton, CO drug rehab and Littleton, CO alcohol rehab centers available to help you. If you need more options, research full-treatment centers in neighboring towns and cities. The Recovery Village offers a full-treatment facility in Palmer Lake, Colorado as well as offering full-treatment centers throughout the U.S. Contact the addiction specialists at The Recovery Village today to discover how you can begin the first day of a sober, fulfilling life of recovery.
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