Substance Abuse Resources
in Loveland

Loveland Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Found in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Loveland lies about 46 miles to the north of Denver, the state capital. With year-round beautiful weather, the city sits alongside Fort Collins as part of the Fort Collins-Loveland Metropolitan Statistical Area, with a population of more than 66,000. Unfortunately, meth and other drugs have shattered the peace in Larimer County, Colorado.

Meth, also known as methamphetamine, represents the biggest drug abuse problem in the Loveland area. Coming in a variety of forms, including injected, swallowed, smoked or snorted varieties, addiction represents meth’s main trait. Just one dose of meth can create an insatiable desire to keep taking the drug to the detriment of family, job and personal health.

Alcoholism has always represented a problem across the U.S., with 88,000 dying from alcohol-related causes across the country each year. According to the 2015 National Survey on Drug Use (NSDUH), more than 15 million adults, age 18 or older, have Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD). Only about 1.3 million people with AUD actually receive help, leaving more than 13 million to deal with this disorder, along with their families.

Opioid use, like elsewhere in the U.S., represents another problem area when it comes to drug abuse. Fortunately, from 2015 to 2016, the number of opioid deaths actually fell by about 6 percent from illegal opioid use and 27 percent from more traditional opioids, such as hydrocodone and oxycodone, in the state of Colorado. Deaths from heroin rose 23 percent in 2016, a startling figure, with the highly potent drug fentanyl causing most of those deaths.

Residents of Loveland have many treatment options for drug and alcohol abuse at their disposal, including many exceptional treatment centers and programs designed to help residents try and overcome their addictions. Regrettably, misinformation about addiction can cause some to forego treatment. Hopefully, this guide can provide information to help dispel such myths and help those in recovery get the help they need. You can also call The Recovery Village to speak with someone about:

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Opioid deaths have seen a decrease over the past couple of years. The drop in opioid deaths has a direct correlation to better monitoring of painkiller prescriptions by medical providers. With treatment centers across the U.S. and in Colorado, The Recovery Village wants to help reduce these levels even further. If you or someone you love suffers from addiction or drug abuse problems, call The Recovery Village today.

Finding Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Loveland, Colorado

Loveland, Colorado Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Centers

While the number of deaths through opioid use has fallen in Colorado in the past couple of years, local officials should not decrease efforts to battle this countrywide epidemic. In its place, heroin use has risen to take the place of pill abuse, especially when blended with fentanyl, a cheap and deadly drug mixed with heroin, often to lethal ends. Drugs like fentanyl have only increased the need for expanded treatment options, especially with the number of people using heroin mixed with fentanyl growing.

When seeking alcohol and drug rehab in Loveland, Colorado, you need to determine the right programs for your particular needs. A lot depends on your situation at the time you seek help and includes residential, partial hospitalization and outpatient treatment programs. In order to better choose an option, you need to obtain a better understanding of what each treatment program offers:

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    As a participant in a residential treatment program, you have access to rehab professionals 24 hours a day. Best suited for patients who have exhibited a variety of severe addiction issues, including prolonged drug use or abuse, patients must first go through detox before entering the residential treatment program.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    A less intense experience than the residential treatment program, the partial hospitalization program requires patients to participate in a set number of hours of medical care and structured therapy during the daytime. This allows patients to live at home while they seek treatment, as long as housing is in a safe and stable environment.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    The outpatient program usually comes into play for patients who have completed a more intense level of treatment, such as residential or partial hospitalization. In addition, patients with milder forms of addiction find the outpatient treatment program works best for them. Options for outpatient program patients include living at home, in a safe and stable environment, or in housing available on campus.

To choose the best treatment option for your needs, carefully assess your particular situation. If you know you have a problem with long periods of addiction and feel you need to medically detox first, you should keep that in mind. In addition, take into account what types of treatment your insurance covers or what you can afford if you don’t have coverage. Knowing where you stand before talking to an addiction specialist allows you to know the options available to you.

The experts at national treatment centers, such as The Recovery Village, can help you determine the best course of action for your needs, taking your current resources into account. The professionals at The Recovery Village provide a safe environment to fight the effects of drug abuse, including withdrawal symptoms, to allow you to heal and get back to your life.

Detox Centers

A detox center can help you rid your body of the substances often found in drugs, making it easier to recover. Access to medical assistance when detoxifying helps reduce the withdrawal symptoms, making it less likely that you suffer a relapse. In addition, medical assistance means that you have additional help through monitoring and treatment of any withdrawal symptoms you do encounter.

Detoxing represents just the first step in recovery. By attending a treatment program that offers a detox program in addition to treatment options, you can also address the underlying problems that lie at the root of your addiction or abuse, such as emotional, mental, psychological and spiritual issues.

Recovery Meetings Near You

In addition to detox and treatment, you also need to consider a recovery or support group program to help you avoid a relapse. Recovery programs include Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Smart Recovery, Al-Anon or Nar Anon. The Loveland area offers a wide selection of programs to choose from.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous is one of the oldest recovery groups as it has been around for decades. It boasts the highest success rate of the recovery groups. It’s main goal as an organization is to provide a space where alcoholics can share their experiences with each other and help each other stay sober, one day at a time. AA operates based on the 12-step program which asks its members to surrender their addictions to a higher power. The only thing required to become a member is the desire to stop drinking. AA meetings are held all over the globe. Here is a list of AA meeting in the Lady Lake area.

With one of the highest success rates when it comes to preventing a relapse, Alcoholics Anonymous provides a space where alcoholics can meet with other alcoholics for much-needed support in staying sober, one day at a time. Using a 12-step-based program, AA asks attendees to surrender their addiction to alcohol to a higher power. A desire to stay sober represents the only requirement of members. Regardless of where you completed alcohol treatment, Loveland’s AA meetings can help you live a lifetime of sobriety:

  • Northern Colorado AA
    Where:
    1 Aspen Dr.
    Loveland, CO 80538
  • High Noon Group
    Where:
    Christ United Methodist Church
    301 East Drake Rd.
    Fort Collins, CO 80525

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Using the same 12-step program as AA, members look to a higher power to help them stay off of drugs. The group encourages members to take on a mentor in addition to performing community service. A desire to stop using drugs represents the only requirement to join the group. If you recently completed drug treatment, Loveland’s NA meetings can help you stay in recovery:

  • Live Machine
    Where:
    Unity Club
    102 East 3rd St.
    Loveland, CO 80537
  • Fun Addicts
    Where:
    Community of Christ Church
    220 East Oak St.
    Fort Collins, CO 80524
  • Freed From Insanity
    Where:
    All Saints Episcopal Church
    3448 North Taft Ave.
    Loveland, CO 80538

SMART Recovery Meetings

If you prefer using something other than a 12-step program, SMART Recovery focuses on self-empowerment and self-reliance to avoid a relapse. Instead of turning to a higher power, SMART Recovery members work to control their own thoughts and behaviors. If you’re seeking a Loveland drug rehab center or Loveland alcohol rehab center that offers these meetings, consider The Recovery Village in Palmer Lake or one of the following venues:

  • Smart Recovery (Arvada)
    Where:
    IHOP
    5280 Wadsworth Bypass
    Arvada, CO 80002
  • Smart Recovery (Aurora)
    Where:
    CeDar
    1693 Quentin St.
    Aurora, CO 80045

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

A recovery program for family and friends of those in recovery, Al-Anon and Nar-Anon provide support to the loved ones of those in recovery, whether they are in recovery or not. Using a 12-step program, both groups provide a beneficial and therapeutic atmosphere for recovery from the pain often associated with dealing with those in recovery. Some of the Al-Anon and Nar-Anon groups meeting in the Loveland area include the following:

  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    Just For Today
    Where: Unity Club
    102 East 3rd St.
    Loveland, CO 80537
  • Nar-Anon
    Where:
    Integrity
    30 East Stuart St.
    Fort Collins, CO 80525

Those in recovery can find a variety of treatment options and recovery resources in Loveland. However, if you believe that a drug and alcohol rehab center in Loveland, CO, doesn’t offer enough to meeet your needs, consider looking in nearby cities for more options and resources. The Recovery Village offers treatment centers within the state of Colorado and all across the U.S. To get started on the road to recovery call The Recovery Center today to see how they can help.

Local Communities Served

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  • 80537
  • 80538
  • 80539

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Loveland was last modified: September 22nd, 2017 by The Recovery Village