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“I learned that through all of it, I could stay clean; and that capability made me eager to find where I could fit in the world.” – Raleigh House Alum
The Raleigh House is an addiction treatment center located in Denver, Colorado. Our homes are in a quiet neighborhood filled with restaurants, shops and bungalow homes.
As a resident, you become a part of a family dedicated to helping you maintain a life filled with purpose and goals.
The Raleigh House offers comprehensive treatment to adults 18 years and older. We combine the best of traditional and natural addiction treatments. Individual therapy sessions, group sessions, and unique forms of addiction treatment are the core of our treatment philosophy.
Our treatment program consists of:
The team at The Raleigh House specializes in the latest evidence-based practices and offers a full continuum of care to meet the individual needs of our clients, families, referral sources and insurance payers.
“The sense of community in the house is amazing! Everyone is supportive and shares openly with each other, inviting new clients to feel safe and comfortable.” – Raleigh House Alum
Addiction is much more than just using drugs and alcohol. Personal recovery has to be more than just physical treatment. That is what makes The Raleigh House different.
We provide quality care within a smaller program and a high staff to client ratio. That means that the clients spend around the clock quality time with clinicians both formally and informally. With each interaction our staff brings with them years of experience, inviting personalities, educational knowledge, leadership qualities and addiction, behavioral health, medical and nutritional expertise.
At the Raleigh House, clients receive exceptional care from the moment they walk in the door and we maintain that care as our clients learn, heal and grow.
Addiction affects the entire family and family involvement is a crucial part of recovery. At The Raleigh House, family members are encouraged to attend our weekly educational and support groups to better understand addiction.
Family seminars and workshops explore roles and responsibilities in the addiction cycle. They will also help you prepare for continuing care after residential treatment. Participation and commitment ease the process for families who feel alone or unprepared.
Family therapy may be integrated during the treatment process to facilitate focused and intimate communication patterns and family functioning. We are here as a partner to help mend the wounds addiction has created on your family.
Our approach to a holistic recovery involves a deep understanding of the connection between body and mind. Each client receives an individualized treatment plan that includes a board certified psychiatric assessment, a comprehensive nursing assessment and an initial nutritional assessment and on-going plan. Our nutritional experts and personalized chef create pro-recovery menu options that help stabilize, rebalance and improve body functioning and mental clarity. In addition to healthy nutrition we include an emphasis on in-vivo activities. Clients attend outside fitness and structured recreational activities that support the positive nutritional changes.
At the Raleigh House you and your loved ones will find real recovery within the real world.
The Raleigh House works with most insurance providers to ensure you get the help that you need.
At your request, Raleigh House can work with Insurance Providers. In order to begin the process of verification as an out-of-network provider, our trained intake professionals will ask you information that is located on your insurance card. With this information your specific benefit coverage can be retrieved and it will be shared with you. Insurance benefit coverage may vary depending on specific plan, contractual agreement, levels of care and condition or presenting issue. You may also call your Insurance Provider to inquire about your benefit coverage for treatment.