Getting help for substance use disorder can seem like an impossible undertaking. If you are unable to come in for treatment or have not yet received your vaccination, it can seem impossible to get the care you need. At CeDAR, we have a solution that could change your life for the better. In response to the pandemic, we started providing telehealth services to people struggling with substance use disorder, mental health conditions, and co-occurring disorders. Healing can happen anywhere, whether you are on our campus or in your home.
Getting control of your behavioral, cognitive, and emotional health involves a process of reshaping your thinking, emotions, communication, reactions, and overall outlook on life. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us online if you are interested in learning more about our telehealth addiction treatment programs. You can also contact us directly by calling 720.848.3000.
How Does Telehealth Addiction Treatment Work?
Telemedicine services are designed to provide patients with convenience when it comes to getting substance use disorder treatment. You’re able to connect with us online through a laptop with a camera or even through your smartphone. When you do, you’re able to then get the care you need regardless of your present location. That means you will be able to take time to get help in the middle of your workday if you need to. For many people, being in their own space provides the comfort they need to be open to treatment.
ER Resources, College Campus Aesthetic
Our addiction treatment campus feels nothing like any detox or rehab you may have experienced in the past. Our team works to meet all of your nutritional, healthcare, and mental health needs. Most importantly, our addiction treatment is always customized to fit your individual requirements. We will implement psychotherapy and holistic treatment methods that work to help in your situation. Our telehealth addiction services are available for most types of chemical dependence, including:
- Polysubstance addiction
- Alcohol addiction treatment
- Opioid addiction treatment
- Benzodiazepine addiction treatment
- Stimulant addiction