Are you struggling with challenges in your life and how your substance use may play a role? Talk with a counselor to discuss strategies for resolving difficulties and managing situations. You can find relief and gain a new understanding of how to live the life you want.
CeDAR Boulder Outpatient Services offers several programs to address your mental health issues linked to alcohol and drugs, including:
CeDAR Boulder Outpatient virtual counseling is available using HIPAA compliant telehealth services during COVID-19. We’ve conducted over 1,000 virtual outpatient counseling sessions with people from the safety of their homes using telehealth technologies. Participants report significant success during these challenging times.Verify My Insurance
Does my insurance cover Boulder Outpatient Services?
Several insurance plans cover outpatient counseling. 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.
Can I become addicted to prescription medications?
Unfortunately, yes. Substances like benzodiazepines (Valium, Xanax, Ativan and Klonopin) have an addiction potential. Please remember that detoxing from benzodiazepines requires medical supervision. Consult your prescribing physician before altering any dosages on your own.
Is substance use linked to depression or anxiety?
That is possible. CeDAR Outpatient Programs will give you the opportunity to discuss substance use and co-occurring mental health at the same time. You get to work with a team of experts who specialize in helping you address both.
Will you help me manage my medications?
Yes. CeDAR Boulder Outpatient Psychiatry helps you stabilize and manage prescribed medications for opioid addiction, alcohol cravings, depression, anxiety, and other mental health conditions. We are a reliable resource for medication-assisted treatment.
Do I need to hit rock bottom before I get counseling?
Absolutely not. Getting help when you need it is always the best way to avoid catastrophic consequences. You can start changing your life today. We’re here to meet you where you’re at right now.
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