Colorado Drug Rehab....Littleton, Colorado
Englewood is located within the Denver metorpolitan city area, being just south of Denver. Englewood has grown as the whole city of Denver has expanded over the past half century. Unfortunately, Englewood has also taken on some of the problems that are manifested by the Denver, big-city, enviornment.
Englewood has it own public schools with some of the city being served by Cherry Creek, Littleton and Sheridan public school districts. The population of Englewood in 2000 was 31, 727 and it is estimated that there are 15,000 residential housing unites in the city.
The city isn't a hub for drug pushing or anything of that significance, but it does have many of its citizens that are either addicted to alcohol or other drugs. One can speculate that Englewood runs about the same as most other commnities surrounding Denver or others in the Arapahoe County, such as Littleton.
We are familiar with the services of the Englewood area and, depending on the situation, have effective programs that will help you solve any types of substance abuse problems in your family. Please fill out this short information form so that we can assist you to find a good rehabilitation facility with a high success rate. With over 35 years as a leader in the Alcohol and Other Drug Rehabilitation field, our agency can help you understand treatment services and why some are effective and many are not.
Name of Meeting
|Saint Luke's United Methodist Church||
8817 South Broadway
North West side corner room
|Book Store||3601 South Sherman Street
Englewood, CO 80113-3713
|First Presbyterian Church||3500 South Logan Street
Englewood, CO 80113
|Friday & Saturday||8PM|
Please check elsewhere for AA, CA, CMA or other support group meetings or let us know that you need that data and we will help you.
As talked about elsewhere on this site, there are four major treatment approaches in the handling of addiction. The most common is the derived from the 12-step of AA/NA and are based on getting the patients though the first three steps during their treatment stay. These programs are usually 30-day program or Intensive Outpatient programs where a person attends treatment from 12 to 20 hours/week, usually having a schedule of three to four hours in the weekday evenings. These programs are referred to as "Disease Model" programs because they contend that addiction is a chronic and progressive disease.
These program do not see relapse as part of the "disease", so they do not envision a person completed cured of his addiction, but see the addict as being in or out of recovery, which they believe is a life-long process.
There is one Therapeutic Community or TC for short in the Littleton area. This program is administered by the University of Colorado's Health Science's Center and uses behavior modification as its clinical model. these programs can be very difficult for most to finish and the success rate is runs less than 10%.
Other than doctors in the Littleton area that prescribe Buprenorphine for opiate withdrawal symptoms, there are not other modalities of treatment in the Littleton area.
However, in March, 2007, a new Biophysical program will open in Fort Collins, Colorado, giving the most effective treatment services to residences of Littleton and surrounding Colorado. Call and speak to one of our counselors and ask him to help you do a comparative analysis of the different treatment modalities so that you can decide which treatment makes sense for you or your loved one.