group at drug and alcohol rehab programsAt Women’s Recovery in Denver and Dillon, Colorado, we have an expert staff consisting of doctors, therapists, and counselors. We will design a step-by-step, tiered structure to guide and support you through your addiction recovery journey.

Substance abuse and addiction recovery go far beyond drugs and alcohol. We offer comprehensive treatment services for women in order to address and correct negative thinking and behaviors.

The Bottom Line: Is Addiction a Disease?

With so many different agencies making claims and presenting facts that support addiction as a disease, it is hard to argue the point. Most experts agree with one statement:

Addiction is a disease that begins with a choice.

There is no denying the fact that compulsively using drugs or alcohol changes how the way the brain responds in various situations. That applies to times of stress, receiving rewards, and maintaining self-control. Also, some of the changes that occur can be long-term, and may not be undone just because the substance abuse stops.

It can be helpful to take a look at how addiction compares with heart disease. Both of them:

  • Cause a disruption in the regular functioning of a vital bodily organ
  • Can lead to a decrease in a person’s quality of life
  • Can lead to an increased risk of premature death
  • Are preventable by making different choices and living a healthy lifestyle
  • Are treatable, and treatment can prevent any further damage from taking place

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs

Addiction Rehab

Our drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs for women in Dillon and Denver, Colorado are intended to help addicted females stop compulsive drug and alcohol seeking and use. Our substance abuse treatment programs provide evidence-based and holistic treatment options to give women healing.

Alcohol Rehab

We have spent years honing our alcohol addiction recovery program for women. We offer a wide range of treatment therapies and addiction treatment resources to help you overcome your alcohol use disorder.

Co-Occurring Disorders

Our multidisciplinary treatment team offers mental health and addiction treatment programs customized to fit each patient’s physical, emotional, and spiritual needs.

Heroin Rehab

Our heroin addiction treatment program for women program is beneficial for a number of reasons. The most important reason is that it is catered to women specifically. As a woman, you have specific needs and issues that can make it challenging to recover from heroin addiction.

Sober Living Program

A female sober living environment allows women to successfully transition back into everyday living and learn to cope with day-to-day circumstances.

Mental Health Treatment

Our comprehensive mental health treatment program tackles mental health issues in order to empower women and stay focused on their recovery.

Neurofeedback Therapy

By studying a female addict’s brainwaves, we’re able to train them on how to modify their way of thinking. Our trained specialists have helped many change their thinking and behaviors through our Neurofeedback services.

Nutrient Therapy Program

We focus on replenishing and rebalancing the nutritional health of the individual throughout their transition back into sobriety.

Outpatient Treatment

Our female outpatient treatment program is provided at two locations, in Dillon and Denver, Colorado. It allows women to continue to take care of responsibilities such as work, childcare, etc. while keeping a focus on their recovery.

Vivitrol Services

We offer medication-assisted treatment for women battling opioid addiction. Our Vivitrol services are available in Denver and Dillon, Colorado.

Contact Our Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs

At our drug and alcohol rehab programs, we give you the tools you need to thoroughly recover from your substance use disorder. We treat a wide variety of substance use disorders:

  • Marijuana addiction treatment program
  • Cocaine addiction treatment program
  • Meth addiction treatment program
  • Opioid addiction treatment program
  • Sleeping pill addiction treatment program

To learn more about our drug and alcohol rehab programs, contact Women’s Recovery at 833.754.0554.