In Colorado, a person dies from overdose every 10 hours. Addiction is one of the state’s most pressing issues, which is why it’s so important to seek treatment if you’re struggling with substance abuse.
At The Raleigh House, an alcohol and drug treatment center near Centennial, we are dedicated to helping people overcome addiction. We use unique treatment methods such as individual and group counseling and activities like equine therapy to help you recover from addiction and integrate back into the community. Our goal is to help you achieve long-lasting sobriety.
The Raleigh House strives to provide quality drug and alcohol rehabilitation to our clients.
We work to treat the whole person and not just the physical symptoms of addiction. During our program, you will learn:
Our addiction treatment center offers our clients access to the Wheat Ridge Recreation Center. At this recreation center, you’ll be able to enjoy the lap pool, sauna, weight lifting rooms and aerobic exercise equipment to help heal your mind and body.
Family support is a crucial part of a safe and proper recovery. We offer educational and support group sessions weekly to help the family of a loved one learn about addiction. We teach techniques to support someone who is addicted and tactics for getting through this challenging time.
Everyone struggles with addiction differently. That’s why we start with board-certified psychiatric, nursing and nutritional assessments to identify your addiction and co-occurring disorder challenges. Based on these assessments, we work with you to build a personalized treatment plan targeted towards your specific needs.
If you’re coming from the Streets at SouthGlenn, head south on S Vine St. toward E Commons Ave., then turn right onto E Davies Ave/S Vine St. Turn left onto S Vine St. and take another left onto E Easter Ave. Turn right onto S University Blvd and use the right lane to take the ramp onto C0-470 W. Merge onto CO-470 W and drive for 20.2 miles. Then use the right 2 lanes to take the exit toward I-70 W/Interstate 70 E/Grand Jct/Denver. Keep right at the fork and follow the signs for I-70 E/Denver. Merge onto I-70 E, then take exit 269 for CO-121/Wadsworth Blvd. Keep left at the fork and follow signs for Arvada. Turn left onto CO-121 N/Wadsworth Blvd. Turn right onto W 52nd Ave, pass Red Robin and continue until you reach The Raleigh House of Hope (6870 W 52nd Ave. #103, Arvada, CO 80002).
If you’re coming from Englewood Reservoir, head east on S Ivy Way. In 92 feet, turn left to stay on S Ivy Way, then make a right onto S Ivy St. Turn left onto S Homestead Pkwy. Turn right at the 2nd cross street onto Arapahoe Rd. and use the middle lane to take the I-25 N/I-25 S ramp to Denver/Colo Springs. Use the left lane to keep right at the fork and merge onto I-25 N. Stay on I-25 N for 15.6 miles, then take exit 214A for Interstate 70 toward Airport/Limon/Grand Junction. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for I-70 W/Grand Jct and merge onto I-70 W for 3.9 miles. Take exit 270 for Harlan St., then turn left onto W 48th Ave. Keep right to stay on W 48th Ave. and stay on it until N Marshall St. Turn left onto W 52nd Ave. and continue until you reach The Raleigh House of Hope (6870 W 52nd Ave. #103, Arvada, CO 80002).
If you’re coming from the Lollipop Park area, head south on S Peoria St toward E Easter Ave. Then turn right onto E Easter Ave. Turn left onto S Havana St. and continue onto E Dry Creek Rd. Turn right onto the Interstate 25 N ramp and merge onto I-25 N for 16.4 miles. Take exit 214A for Interstate 70 toward Airport/Limon/Grand Junction. Follow signs for I-70 W/Grand Jct and merge onto I-70 W for 3.9 miles. Take exit 270 for Harlan St. and turn left onto W 48th Ave. Keep right to stay on W 48th Ave. Continue onto N Marshall St. and turn left onto W 52nd Ave. Continue until you reach The Raleigh House of Hope (6870 W 52nd Ave. #103, Arvada, CO 80002).
“There is no such thing as a cure all program for addiction, it takes a ton of work on the person’s part to do the work, and keep it going in their day to day life now and in the future. Any negative review of The Raleigh House of Hope would be from someone who was not quite ready to stop their drug and alcohol dependency or abuse as there will be no one in this program restraining you to a bed to make sure you do not use a drug or take a drink … Instead you will find a team of people that are so individually different in their techniques that there is no one that will not find help here, so long as they are ready for it. Nothing will be sugar coated along the way, this is no doubt an intense program where you will get called on your lies and your manipulating but if you are ready for a real change it’s the only place in Denver to go. Only being here for 4 months it’s hard to believe this place absolutely saved my life and opened my eyes to a life that I never knew existed.”
– Previous Client