COLORADO Treatment Centers & Drug Rehabs

 

 
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U.S. Addiction Hotlines

Alabama - (256) 217-4788Louisiana - (337) 214-0093Ohio - (216) 370-7847
Alaska - (907) 268-4185Maine - (207) 221-2169Oklohoma - (918) 948-9376
Arizona - (928) 237-4448Maryland - (443) 569-7402Oregon - (541) 378-6675
Arkansas - (501) 246-8865Massachusetts - (508) 377-4614Pennsylvania - (717) 798-9650
California - (626) 498-2948Michigan - (616) 328-6370Rhode Island - (401) 288-3581
Colorado - (970) 460-3036Minnesota - (507) 322-3443South Carolina - (843) 277-9136
Connecticut - (203) 274-8989Mississippi - (662) 368-1278South Dakota - (605) 385-0105
Delaware - (302) 294-0983Missouri - (314) 549-5171Tennessee - (423) 254-5434
District Of Columbia - (202) 509-9590Montana - (406) 545-2136Texas - (512) 501-6344
Florida - (561) 290-1511Nebraska - (402) 296-8255Utah - (801) 528-1227
Georgia - (678) 712-1869Nevada - (702) 666-8590Vermont - (802) 277-3346
Idaho - (208) 904-2676New Hampshire - (603) 821-0289Virginia - (757) 561-2606
Illinois - (630) 352-3440New Jersey - (856) 282-1120Washington - (360) 339-8534
Indiana - (765) 303-9011New Mexico - (575) 541-3011West Virginia - (304) 915-0148
Iowa - (712) 266-3564New York - (347) 695-4500Wisconsin - (262) 672-6213
Kansas - (785) 371-0214North Carolina - (919) 246-9484Wyoming - (307) 222-0116
Kentucky - (859) 759-0670North Dakota - (701) 355-6372  

Substance Abuse in Colorado

Much of the drug trade to Colorado is controlled by organizations located in Mexico. Small scale independent traffickers are the main source of club drugs available in the state.

  • Cocaine addiction: There is a steady flow of Cocaine shipped into Colorado from drug trafficking organizations located in Mexico. In the urban centers of the state there is also a problem with crack cocaine on a smaller scale.
  • Heroin addiction: Both black tar and brown heroin are available in Colorado's major urban areas. Reports indicate that the use and availability of heroin is on the rise in the state.
  • Meth addiction: Most of the meth that makes it into Colorado comes either from large scale meth labs in California or is smuggled in from Mexico.
  • Club Drugs: In Colorado, night clubs are the main source of club drugs like MDMA. Often time the distribution of these drugs are tied to other illegal operations like prostitution.
  • Marijuana addiction: The largest sources of marijuana in the state are Mexico for low grade marijuana in large quantities, and Canada and the Pacific Northwest for smaller amounts of high quality drugs. Since 2001 medical users of marijuana are protected from state prosecution for possession and use of small amounts of the drug.

  Substance Abuse Statistics
  • Of all substance abuse treatment admissions in the state of Colorado, 75.6 percent of admissions are by men and 19.8 percent of admissions are by women. The state reports 4.6 percent of admissions as being unknown or anonymous.
  • Of all substance abuse treatment admissions in the state of Colorado, 69.3 percent of all admissions are related to alcohol use on its own while another 9.3 percent of admissions involve the combination of alcohol abuse with the abuse of another drug.
  • Of all substance abuse treatment admissions in the state of Colorado, 2.5 percent of admissions involve smoked cocaine while an additional 1.9 percent of admissions relate to cocaine taken in other forms.
  • Of all substance abuse treatment admissions in the state of Colorado, 8.9 percent of all admissions involve the use of marijuana. 2.6 percent of admissions have to do with heroin. Finally, 3.5 percent of admissions have to do with methamphetamine.
  • Of all substance abuse treatment admissions in the state of Colorado, the most common age groups of admission range between 21 years and 50 years. Each age group, which involves a span of five years, has between 10.2 percent and 17 percent of admissions across the board. The most common age groups are 36 to 40 years and 41 to 45 years.
 

The Necessity of Detox for Substance Abuse Recovery

People suffering from substance abuse have a difficult road to travel in life. It is possible to change this path but they have to want it to happen and too few of them just do not have the desire or the willpower to make that choice to recover. Instead, they prefer to continue pill popping, snorting, shooting up, or downing shots. That is what keeps them going day to day, or so they believe. What they are actually doing is slowly killing themselves with chemicals or liquor. They may not realize this until it is too late or they may realize it and choose to continue down their chosen path.

Many addicts have become that way due to the present day stresses of high powered jobs and a poor economy. They worry and they need something to “take the edge off.” Eventually, taking too much of whatever they have been using to relax will become not a choice but a necessity for them. These addicts are intelligent enough to know that they have a problem and many of them decide to seek the help they need. Others just keep spiraling down because they already know how difficult a recovery program is going to be.

They are not totally wrong in their assumptions. Phase one of recovery is the detoxification of the body. This is the part that cleanses the system of all of the abusive substances that have been going into it for however long. While this is a completely necessary part of the process, it is also the most unpleasant part for most addicts. This is the part that can make an addict give up before the detox is complete. A detoxification produces withdrawal symptoms that range from mildly uncomfortable to being so severe that they are fatal. It is for this reason that any addict wishing to recover should be in a medical facility attended to by professionals that are trained specifically to treat substance abuse and detox withdrawal.

The next phase of the treatment is the psychological, mental and emotional probing that should lead to the ferreting out of the underlying issues that caused the addictions. It is important to know why in order to keep it from happening again. The detoxification and counseling are going to work together in order to ease addicts into the position of recovering and giving them the best chance possible to staying clean and sober for the rest of their lives. They can be assured of leading successful and productive lives.

 

Treating Substance Abuse

One of the most important things for you to understand going into this process is that there is no single right way to overcome a drug addiction or a substance abuse problem. There is no single one size fits all solution for everyone to take advantage of when it comes to substance abuse recovery. Instead, you absolutely must be willing to shop around and consider the different options and opportunities that are available to you so that you can find the solution that fits you, your situation and your specific needs. This is going to be the best way to make sure that you not only overcome your substance abuse problem, but that you prevent it from reoccurring.

Consider that there are different lengths of stay when it comes to substance abuse treatment programs in Colorado. There are both short term and long term programs for you to choose from depending on the Colorado drug treatment centers that you consider. Short term programs are ideal if you have not been abusing the substance for very long. If you have been struggling with an addiction for a long time, however, then you should consider a longer term program.

Consider that Colorado treatment centers offer both inpatient and outpatient treatment programs and the two are very different. Inpatient treatment programs are residential or live in programs where you stay on the premises until you have overcome your substance abuse problem. Outpatient programs on the other hand are come-and-go types of programs meaning that you can continue to work, go to school and meet other obligations when you are not meeting for counseling or therapy.

Keep in mind that Colorado treatment centers offer different types of therapy and counseling to help you build a healthy and well lifestyle after the substance is removed from your system. What works for some people is not necessarily going to work for you and vice versa.

Bear in mind that Colorado treatment centers often differ in the way that they go through the detox process. Not every detox process has been created equally. Not only is the center going to provide you with a unique detox experience, but the type of substance that you are abusing is also going to play a role in the detox process and exactly what you experience during this time.

 

Colorado Substance Abuse Treatment and Recovery Opportunities

Choosing the right Colorado treatment centers does not have to be a difficult process, but it is not something that you can simply gloss over either. The best thing that you can do for yourself is to take your time and consider various options that are available to you. Consider local Colorado treatment centers as well as Colorado treatment facilities in distant cities. Consider long term and short term programs, inpatient and outpatient programs, dual-diagnosis treatment programs and all of the other options that are available to you. It is when you consider as many options as you possibly can that you give yourself the best chance of overcoming your addiction and moving on with your life.

Today is the day for you to take charge of your substance abuse problem and start getting the help that you need. You have been allowing your substance abuse problem to control you for too long, and now is the time for you to start taking that control back. The best thing that you can do for yourself is to begin looking for Colorado treatment centers that are going to provide solutions to the problems that you are struggling with so that you can finally regain control of your health and wellbeing and live a sober, healthy lifestyle once again.

 

Colorado treatment centers can provide you with the recovery solutions that you seek. Start finding the right Colorado treatment facilities today and get the ball rolling on your recovery.

Call 1-888-565-6401 for addiction help and recovery assistance in Colorado 24 hours a day.

Local Colorado Support Hotlines
  • (970) 323-4339
  • (720) 239-1182
  • (970) 315-0224
  • (720) 310-2023
  • (720) 862-3535
  • (720) 263-5688
  • (720) 239-1171
  • (719) 694-2626
  • (970) 460-3036
  • (970) 315-0226
  • (719) 694-2623
  • (720) 306-8225
Colorado Treatment Centers