Mental Health Center of Boulder - Warner House
Drug Rehab Center in Boulder, Colorado
About Mental Health Center of Boulder - Warner House in Colorado
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Mental Health Center of Boulder - Warner House is a private rehab located in Boulder, CO specializing in Addiction, Alcohol Abuse, Drug Addiction, Dual Diagnosis (Co-Occuring Disorders), Elderly Persons Disorders, Life Skills / Life Coaching, Medication Management, Mental Health, Peer Support, Substance Abuse, and Addiction Treatment. Detox, Dual-Diagnosis, Inpatient, Outpatient Care are the levels of care offered at Mental Health Center of Boulder - Warner House's Colorado facility.
This facility can help you quit drugs and live a sober life. This facility offers evidence-based treatment methods for drug addicts who want to change their lives for good. Patients are surrounded by compassionate staff members who understand what you are going through and will support your journey towards sobriety every step of the way. Mental Health Center of Boulder - Warner House is an affirming LGBTQ, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer drug recovery center.
This facility accepts Medicaid, Medicare, Private Health Insurance, Self-Payment as methods to cover the cost of treatment. Since Mental Health Center of Boulder - Warner House accepts health insurance, get help from our experts to find a facility that accepts your plan.
Conditions and Issues Treated
A detailed list of the primary issues commonly treated.
Getting sober on your own is not only dangerous during the initial detox, it is also more likely to result in a relapse later on. Addiction treatment centers provide a monitored environment where you will get the medical attention you need, as well as the emotional support to overcome drug or alcohol abuse.
Substance Abuse + Addiction Treatment at Mental Health Center of Boulder - Warner House
Substance Abuse Treatment is important when getting sober, as it helps addicts learn the skills they need to live a clean life. There are many different kinds of recovery treatment, including but not limited to medication-assisted therapy, behavioral therapeutic approaches, self-help groups, and counseling. Each treatment has its benefits that help addicts recover.
Counseling can help addicts learn the skills they need to live sober lives. It can be used to treat underlying mental health issues, like depression or anxiety, that could lead to relapse. Counseling can also help people find work, deal with family problems, and learn to manage living without drugs.
Dual diagnosis refers to someone who has both an addiction and a mental or emotional illness. Dual diagnosis treatment includes therapy for both issues simultaneously, allowing for effective treatment of either.
Sometimes people with addiction disorders also have co-occurring disorders like depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc. These require specialized treatment programs that address both drug and alcohol addiction as well as psychiatric illnesses. Some rehabilitation facilities provide patients with co-occurring disorders a program with highly integrated services and a clean, distraction-free environment.
Levels of Care Offered
offers a variety of treatment.
This center offers a variety of custom treatment tailored to individual recovery. Currently available are Detox, Dual-Diagnosis, Inpatient, Outpatient, with additional therapies available as listed below.
Detox is an integral part of recovery and often very hard. Detoxification is the process of letting the body remove the drugs in it. It addresses the physical aspect of addiction. Detox from drugs can be unsafe as the patient undergoes withdrawal symptoms that range from headaches, vomiting, body aches to seizures and cardiac arrests. The main purpose of detox is to keep the drug users comfortable as the drugs leave their system.
Quitting cold turkey is not recommended and can lead to many issues. Detox is best done under medical supervision so that a team of experts can monitor the side effects and complications. Detox, alone, does not guarantee sobriety as the underlying psychological issues are not addressed.
Inpatient Treatment Program
Inpatient treatment is a form of recovery used in drug rehab. Inpatient recovery offers individual therapy, groups, and family therapy to ensure that the addict has the best recovery possible. A variety of treatments are provided in this type of recovery, depending on what treatment the addict needs at that particular time.
The length of inpatient addiction treatment depends on the addict and their addiction. Inpatient rehabilitation can last anywhere from 30 days to 90 days, depending on how severe the drug abuse is. Inpatient rehab is a costly drug treatment, costing anywhere from $30k- to $60k. However, insurance often offers help in covering these costs.
Alcohol or drug addiction, or co-occurring disorders, are treated in an outpatient program. The patient must attend therapy and other programs at the facility but can return home each night.
Outpatient treatment allows recovering addicts to live at home while receiving addiction treatment. Outpatients can attend group sessions for a few hours per week. Outpatients may also continue to work full time and study/attend school without interruption if they choose.
Therapies & Programs
The methods used to care for each individual at this Boulder, CO Facility.
Different people react differently to various treatment options. Some drug rehabilitation centers offer individualized treatment that caters to the specific needs of a drug addict. The best treatment option varies on an individual depending on the type of drug abused, life history, medical condition of the person, social circumstances, and the environment they live in now.
When a person enters drug rehab, they usually have anti-drug associations such as withdrawal symptoms, stress, cravings, etc. The first step of drug rehab is to detoxify the body from any residual substances in it. Drug rehabilitation centers usually employ trained medical professionals to help in this process. Usually, the initial detoxification lasts for five days, where the person is monitored under close supervision.
Family therapy sessions typically involve the addict and their family members. During these sessions, a therapist will work with everyone involved to help them understand addiction and find healthy ways of coping without substance abuse.
Some addicts might feel embarrassed about their substance abuse problems. By encouraging family members to attend these sessions, therapists can show addicts that they’re not alone in dealing with addiction. Therapists can also work with family members to help them understand addiction and learn how to offer support and encouragement to their loved one as they deal with substance abuse issues.
Attending group therapy at Mental Health Center of Boulder - Warner House in , is a useful way for those seeking sobriety to realize they aren’t the only one going through it.
This is when a group of people on different recovery phases get together and talk about what they’re going through, their triggers, successes, and failures. This can include alternative types of therapies too! Group therapy may occur on an outpatient or inpatient basis with groups that have no pre-existing relationships outside the session, unlike support groups where everyone already knows each other beforehand.
Trauma therapy is a form of therapy used to help people process and understand past traumas. This can help struggling addicts, as many people turn to drugs or alcohol to mask the pain of their past. Trauma therapy can be done in several ways, such as through visualization, discussion, and writing down thoughts and feelings. The goal is to help the individual understand why they are having problems coping with certain situations and changing how they think and react to things. This is often done in tandem with other therapies to treat the underlying issues associated with addiction.
The idea behind trauma therapy is that while some people can experience traumatic events and not have lasting psychiatric symptoms, many others will. In these cases, memories get hidden from consciousness but continue to influence how the person processes and copes with things in their life. They may avoid situations that resemble what happened or become suddenly angry or irritated to a situation that reminds them of a past event. With the help of a therapist, people can go back over memories and experiences. This helps them understand why they are having problems coping with certain situations and changing how they think and react to things.
The use of Rational Emotional Behavior Therapy for addicts has been shown to have positive and desirable outcomes. It is a form of specific counseling that replaces negative and self-limiting thoughts with positive and productive behaviors. Self-defeating thoughts and habits can limit your possible successes. Some examples of this are procrastination, unhealthy eating, and angry outbursts. You may not be aware that some unhealthy behaviors and thoughts are sabotaging your potential accomplishments.
Life Skills Services offered at Drug Treatment Centers assists addicts in their recovery by teaching them healthy coping mechanisms that will aid them in becoming sober, focussing on helping people enter into, and maintaining long-term sobriety. Drug Treatment Centers provide Life Skills Services at varying levels of intensity, specific to the needs and requirements of each patient.Life Skills Services offered at Drug Treatment Centers assists addicts in their recovery by teaching them healthy coping mechanisms that will aid them in becoming sober, focussing on helping people enter into, and maintaining long-term sobriety. Mental Health Center of Boulder - Warner House in Boulder, Colorado provide Life Skills Services at varying levels of intensity, specific to the needs and requirements of each patient.
The benefits of Life Skills Services offered at Drug Treatment Centers:
- Restores hope and empowerment — Helps addicts believe that recovery is possible and instills a new confidence in their ability to achieve a positive, drug-free future
- Enhances family involvement — Encourages families to get involved in the recovery process and supports their understanding and encouragement of healthy behavior.
- Increases patient’s compliance — Helps patients take responsibility for and ownership of their recovery and encourages continued progress
- Reduces relapse rates — Encourages long-term abstinence and emphasizes the importance of establishing sober support systems.
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Experiential Therapy at Mental Health Center of Boulder - Warner House
Experiential therapy is a type of therapeutic approach that focuses on having patients work through problems, issues, or emotions by engaging directly in some real experience. It occurs face-to-face with a therapist who helps these people to explore their feelings first hand. The hope is that when this happens, the patient will feel driven to turn away from their destructive behavior and instead take up positive behaviors or coping mechanisms. Direct experience methods, role play, psychodrama, interpersonal and social learning are a few different forms of experiential therapy.
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Boulder, Colorado Addiction Information
The Centennial State has slipped to a ranking of 12th in the country for drug abuse. Each year around 24% of the state's population uses illegal drugs while nearly 5% of its population abuses alcohol. Substance-related deaths in Colorado were responsible for 15.12% between 2008 and 2017. Fortunately, Colorado drug and alcohol addiction treatment are available to help a person overcome addiction.
The drug addiction problem in Boulder, CO, is unfortunately quite severe. According to recent statistics, over 11,000 people in the city are addicted to drugs or alcohol. In Boulder County, opioids were involved in more than 60 percent of overdose deaths between 2009 and 2016. Boulder, CO, offers a variety of drug treatment options to meet the needs of all individuals struggling with addiction.
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