Substance Abuse Colorado Springs (720) 251-4738
Alcohol and drug abuse is a serious problem in our nation. Millions of Americans abuse drugs daily, costing our nation over three hundred billion dollars annually in health care and other costs. The biggest cost, however, is the cost to lives and relationships. Substance abuse tears apart families and friendships, ruins your health, and can even lead to death, not just for you, but for those around you. It is absolutely imperative that anyone who suffers from substance abuse seeks immediate help in reaching recovery. That's what Substance Abuse Rehab Colorado Springs CO is here for. Substance abuse rehabs help you to recondition your body and mind for a life free of alcohol and drugs.
Highly trained, experienced professionals can help you regain a sense of normality and freedom in your life, with a complete recovery from your substance abuse problem. The staff will also work to go beyond just simply treating and eliminating your addiction while you are in treatment. Dedicated professionals will seek to completely eliminate your addiction to the point where there is no worry about relapse. Freedom from substance abuse should be permanent, not temporary, and permanent freedom is the goal. The best substance abuse treatment centers strive to ensure that you are given the best of care physically, mentally, and even spiritually. If you need help finding treatment centers, just call Colorado Springs Drug Treatment Centers today at (720) 251-4738.
The mission of Colorado Springs CO Substance Abuse Rehabs
The mission is simple: Rehabs want everyone in Colorado Springs to be sober, and to stay sober for good. The best way the dedicated staff at these centers have found to reach this goal is by looking at treatment from many different aspects. Treatments should be well-rounded so you can get the best care that is the most helpful and fulfilling by aiding you in every aspect of your struggle against your substance abuse.
The staff start with medical evaluations to both make sure you are healthy and to find out how best to treat you without causing harm to your health. Medical examinations can also help them determine just how strong your addiction is. After a medical examination, you may undergo the detoxification process, one of the most important steps in the recovery process. Detoxification is where your body rejects the harmful effects and presence of the drug in your system in an attempt to restore itself. This process often leads to withdrawals, which are no fun at all and can cause suffering for their duration. Another reason staff have medical evaluations is so they can help ease your suffering during the withdrawal stage.
Therapy and group counseling
Once medical care has been taken care of, it's off to a highly tailored, highly effective cognitive and behavioral therapy program. Substance abuse treatment centers have trained, experienced therapists on staff who can help you through the rough times of your recovery through both group therapy sessions and one-on-one sessions. It always helps to have someone to talk out your problems with, both to get it off your chest and because they may have an answer to your problem that you never thought of. It also expands your support network and gives you new friends who have been where you are at, people you will need in the future for support.
Skilled therapists will help educate you on the causes of addiction, as well as solutions and ways to avoid the temptations to use drugs. Therapy has been proven to deeply aid the recovery process and help patients stay sober long after finishing their recovery. Therapy helps strengthen your motivation and self-esteem, which encourages you to Keep Calm and Carry On with your treatment.
Over all these various methods, there are two types of care: inpatient and outpatient. With outpatient care, you are in your own home for the duration of your recovery. With inpatient care, you stay on one of the treatment centers' campuses for the duration of your recovery. While outpatient care does work for some patients, inpatient care is far and away the most recommended form, because it allows you to pursue your recovery in a safe, stable, supportive environment, free of the distractions and temptations that would cause you to relapse or stop your treatment prematurely. Call Colorado Springs Drug Treatment Centers today at (720) 251-4738 for help finding the best treatment centers for substance abuse Colorado Springs offers so you can get on the road to recovery