Will you and your family be ready for you to return after Residential Addiction Treatment? Possibly, but it’s much more beneficial to take part in extended residential treatment to continue building successes and working on struggles related to drug and alcohol use. Extended Addiction Treatment in Colorado is available at CeDAR to provide both structure and freedom that includes:
As with Residential Addiction Treatment at CeDAR, Extended Addiction Treatment is gender-specific with separate living facilities for women and men to reduce any distractions and allow for safe spaces. We continue the treatment of addiction as a disease with evidence-based programming that includes:
Does my insurance cover extended treatment?
Some insurance plans cover extended addiction treatment in Colorado. Please connect with a CeDAR representative, and we’ll find out what kind of coverage is available through your insurance. You can send your information using the Verify My Insurance link. We keep all correspondence confidential.
How long is extended addiction treatment at CeDAR?
Our Residential Extended Care program offers up to 120 days of inpatient addiction treatment. Research shows that longer lengths of stay in a residential program help people better achieve ongoing sobriety.
Will I be able to work with CeDAR psychiatrists and psychologists for mental health issues?
Yes. You’ll continue working with your clinical team from residential addiction treatment. You can work on strategies for dealing with co-occurring mental health issues like:
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