At CuraWest we offer an integrated, multi-staged program of addiction recovery in Denver, Colorado. We take an individualized approach to medical detox and residential treatment, customizing treatment plans that focus on physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual healing. Our program begins with a short stay in our inpatient detox center, where clients undergo a safe, pain-free drug or alcohol withdrawal. During detoxification clients are overseen and treated by a team of licensed medical professionals. Once a client has been physically stabilized, they have the option of transitioning directly into the residential portion of our program. During residential treatment clients heal on a comprehensive basis while developing and honing the skills they need to maintain sobriety once treatment concludes.
The CuraWest Experience was carefully developed by a team of compassionate and experienced professionals in the fields of substance use and mental health. In addition to treating the implications of alcoholism and drug addiction, we offer trauma-informed therapy, psychiatric services, and a range of holistic approaches. Our all-inclusive and individualized recovery program actively prepares clients for success in every aspect of their lives. Active addiction is wholly devastating for everyone involved, and “getting better” concerns much more than medication and cookie-cutter approaches to clinical care. At CuraWest we prioritize the individual, creating personalized treatment and aftercare plans that deliberately meet each distinct clinical need. The loved ones of our clients are encouraged to stay involved in the treatment process as they learn to set boundaries and ensure their own personal needs are being met.
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Because active addiction impacts all areas of our lives, entering into a multi-staged recovery program is often ideal. Medical detox is an important first step — but what happens once you have undergone withdrawal and achieved physical stabilization? Returning home immediately after medical detox might set a newly sober individual up for failure. Psychological cravings are still intense, and unless a client has recently completed a multi-staged program, the skills necessary to avoid relapse have not been developed.
At CuraWest we believe the length of time a client stays engaged in treatment is directly reflected in their subsequent sobriety. In most cases, medical detox takes anywhere between three days and two weeks, depending on the type of substance being used and the severity of the substance use disorder. Clients are encouraged to transition directly into our residential treatment program once they have been stabilized, where they will continue healing for up to another three weeks. Like every aspect of our program, length of stay is customized based on the unique needs of the individual. We will not keep a client engaged in treatment for longer than necessary, and we try to avoid discharging a client before they are fully ready to stand on their own two feet.
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