CeDAR offers one of the best substance use disorder treatment programs in the United States. Our Denver detox easily guides patients into residential treatment; the cottages—where our patients complete residential treatment—are only a short walk from our detox building. Learn more about CeDAR’s residential treatment program by calling us directly at 720.848.3000.
Feeling some trepidation about going to rehab is normal, but our charming, inclusive, affirming community provides the ideal place for people to heal. At CeDAR, our philosophy, aesthetics, experience, and clinical prowess allow us to provide excellent care for people struggling with addiction and psychological concerns.
CeDAR Offers Comfort Outside Your Normal Comfort Zone
Managing addiction may feel unattainable, but we want you to know that recovery from substance use disorder is within your reach. Here at CeDAR, we structure our residential treatment program to promote mental health, physical health, cognitive health, and spiritual health. Patients will complete somewhere between 40 and 60 hours of addiction treatment per week. This treatment will address a range of addiction-related issues, including the following:
Psychiatric Care Is Available If You Need It
Whether you are struggling with addiction, psychiatric conditions, or a combination of mental health issues, our respectful, engaging, friendly, professional addiction treatment team will do their best to help ensure you get the most out of CeDAR’s residential treatment program. We offer the following programs at CeDAR:
- Medical detox
- Inpatient care
- Outpatient care
- Full alumni calendar
- Partial hospitalization
Inpatient Addiction Treatment: CeDAR’s
We use medical, clinical, psychosocial, psychiatric, mindful, and holistic care to help our patients heal. By offering evidence-based treatment modalities, our doctors, nurses, nutritionists, social workers, patient advocates, and mentors will help you increase your chances of attaining a sustainable, long-term recovery from alcoholism, substance use disorder, or a combination of the two. No matter how long you or your loved one have struggled, it is never too late—or too early— to start living the kind of life you can be proud of.
Spirituality and Substance Use
Research shows that religious beliefs and substance use disorders evoke surprisingly similar neurological patterns. Many of the factors that make a person turn to drug and alcohol use can also be used to help them overcome addiction with the help of cognitive, medical, and behavioral interventions. The search for identity, success, community, and purpose among individuals can be found in both religious gatherings and peer groups. We know that religion on its own cannot prevent or cure substance use disorder, but, in combination with science-based addiction treatment, having faith in a higher power can help some people achieve—and hold on to—their recovery. At CeDAR we believe in letting people choose a higher power that works best for them rather than forcing people to conform. Join us in our spiritual center for spirit-enhancing community activities.
Being willing to admit there is a problem is the first step in overcoming it. CeDAR supports clients during every stage of their recovery journey. Give us a call at 720.848.3000 to learn more about our remarkable and life-changing addiction treatment programs.