Our Facilities


The Right Place at the Right Time

Planning a month’s stay anywhere can be daunting and even scary. At CeDAR, we prepare each individual by helping them navigate from Assessment and Detoxification to Primary Residential Treatment, and often through Residential Extended Care.

We are dedicated to educating our patients, so there are no surprises.

All of our Residential Treatment buildings are equipped with a laundry room and a community room. Several staff offices and nurse stations are integrated between rooms for 24-hour support and supervision.

Assessment and Detox Unit (ADU)

For safety, the first night for all patients is in the Assessment and Detox Unit (ADU). Some patients need more time in this building, based on the clinical determination of our medical staff.

In the ADU our nursing staff and physicians will assess, monitor and treat withdrawal or detox symptoms to best to relieve discomfort. In most cases, each patient will be assigned to a room with a roommate. With the nursing station located in the middle of the building between the men's and women's wing, all patients are kept safe with medical staff available 24-hours a day.

Women's and Men's Residential Treatment

Once a patient is medically cleared to leave the ADU they will transition to a Residential Treatment Cottage and be assigned a room with a roommate. Men and women are housed in separate 20-bed cottages. Both buildings are equally equipped with each room having a private bathroom, two beds, two night stands, two closets and two desks. Most patients remain in the cottage until they complete their initial 31-day treatment program.

*For more information on how our transgender patients are housed please call us directly.

Residential Extended Care

For those patients who have completed CeDAR's Intensive Residential Treatment program, there is Residential Extended Care (REC). Patients are transitioned into one of the townhome style buildings across the street referred to as Colonel’s Row. Women and men are housed in different buildings.

Unless medically necessary, patients will share a room. Each building is a fully functioning home with a kitchen, multiple bathrooms, laundry room, dining room and living room. Residential Extended Care is ideal for those seeking long-term recovery, and who are able to safely enjoy more exposure to outside 12-step meetings, phones, and computers.

Contact us or call 720.848.3000 to speak with someone at CeDAR