On June 1 CuraWest welcomed Denver community members to an Open House to celebrate the grand opening of Denver’s newest drug and alcohol detox facility. Roughly 70 people showed up to tour the new facility, which is on the fifth floor of Porter Medical Plaza near the University of Denver. The center boasts 26, mostly private beds with stunning views of the Rocky Mountains, Colorado foothills and downtown Denver skyline.
Visitors were able to meet with clinical staff, learn more about CuraWest’s comprehensive addiction treatment program, grab some CuraWest swag and explore the center, which includes serene client lounge spaces, a dining hall, group therapy rooms, individual therapist offices and an outdoor smoking patio. The modern interior design, architecture and views were very well-received by guests.
“We are incredibly excited to offer Denver and the surrounding communities a medical detox and recovery program that blends expert medical care with the comforts and amenities that lead to a solid foundation for long term recovery,” said Marco Merida, the President and COO of Guardian Recovery Network (GRN), the parent company of CuraWest.
Guardian is a well-respected nationwide network of substance use disorder detoxification and treatment programs. For 15 years, Guardian has been providing high-quality addiction treatment. Guardian programs combat addiction utilizing a powerful combination of evidence-based clinical therapies, and 12-Step program involvement. The network has facilities for every level of clinical care, including medical detox, residential inpatient, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs. CuraWest is Guardian’s first facility in the state of Colorado.