Active addiction is a dangerous place. Inpatient (residential) treatment at CeDAR offers the safest environment for anyone diagnosed with alcohol or drug addiction to find recovery. We will work with you to structure a clear and effective addiction treatment plan to stabilize your life. CeDAR provides a multidisciplinary team of licensed addiction treatment professionals, including:
All inpatient treatment at CeDAR is gender-specific, with separate living facilities to reduce any distractions and allow for safe spaces. Many CeDAR alumni have formed lasting friendships with their peers in residential treatment. We treat addiction as a disease and offer evidence-based programming that includes:
Those who come to CeDAR for inpatient treatment may also struggle with mental health issues related to substance use. You’ll get to address these issues with your treatment team. Together, you can build strategies for dealing with co-occurring mental health disorders like:
Are you wondering if you need inpatient addiction treatment? We recommend that anyone with a substance use problem schedule a Level of Care Assessment at CeDAR. You can speak with a qualified, compassionate professional and learn more about your options for treatment.Verify My Insurance
Does my insurance cover inpatient treatment?
Several insurance plans cover inpatient 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.
What happens when I arrive at CeDAR?
We’ll conduct an introductory clinical evaluation to get information about your substance use history, physical wellness, and mental health issues. From there we’ll move you into our Assessment and Detox Unit on our secure campus. You’ll be safe to relax and begin your recovery journey.
How long is inpatient addiction treatment at CeDAR?
Your recommended length of stay can vary depending on the severity of your symptoms. If you’re using insurance, we work with your provider to determine the length of coverage and medical necessity. We will always work on your behalf based on clinical recommendations for your safety.
Will I need to detox before coming to treatment?
Not necessarily. CeDAR offers detox through our Medically Managed Withdrawal and Assessment Program to ensure safety and comfort. We then help you transition to a program that fits your needs. The most important thing is your safety. Please don’t detox by yourself.Contact Us about Inpatient Addiction Treatment
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