Research shows that 20% of Colorado residents use drugs annually. This is higher than other places in the US and accounts for about half a million people who use illegal substances. While these numbers are staggering, there’s a way to help those people overcome addiction.
At The Raleigh House, an addiction treatment center near Fort Collins, we believe in helping your family and loved ones through addiction. We use holistic methods such as counseling, equine therapy, and group sessions to help you defeat addiction and integrate back into the community. We strongly believe in treating the whole person and not just the substance abuse. Our professional trained staff works to provide the best care to our clients, and we will support you every step of the way.
The Raleigh House works to create the most effective drug and alcohol rehab programs by treating more than just the physical symptoms of addiction. During treatment, you will be educated about addiction, find ways to prevent relapse and learn to grow as a person. Our holistic treatment includes:
We believe that family support is the best kind of support you or a loved one can have during recovery. We invite your family to our weekly educational and support group sessions to help educate them about addiction. Our trained staff will teach them techniques to support their loved one and how they can get through this challenging time.
Addiction is a unique experience for everyone. Our trained and certified medical staff use board-certified psychiatric, nursing and nutritional assessments to help create a personalized treatment plan targeted towards your specific recovery needs. At The Raleigh House, we believe each person is unique and deserves an approach tailored to them.
If you’re coming from Colorado State University, head south on S College Ave toward W Lake St. Then turn left onto E Prospect Rd and drive for 3.9 miles Turn right onto the interstate 25 S ramp and merge onto I-25 S. Drive for 51.4 miles. Take exit 216 to merge onto I-76 W toward Grand Jct, drive for 5.5 miles. Then take exit 1A to merge onto CO-121 N/Wadsworth Blvd. Then turn right onto W 52nd Ave, pass by 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 the Spring Canyon Park area, get on I-25 S from S Taft Hill Rd., W Trilby Rd and CO-392 E/East County Road 32. Drive for 11.7 miles, heading west. Turn right towards Horsetooth Rd., then turn left onto W Horsetooth Rd. In .5 miles, turn right onto S Taft Hill Rd. and drive for three miles. Then turn left onto W Trillby Rd. Turn right onto US-287 S/S College Ave. Turn left onto CO-392 E/East County Road 32 and drive for 4.6 miles. Then right onto the Route 25 S ramp. Merge onto I-25 S and drive for 45.3 miles. Then exit 216 to merge onto I-76 W toward Grand Jct. Drive for 5.5 miles. Take exit 1A to merge onto CO-121 N/Wadsworth Blvd and merge onto CO-121 N/Wadsworth Blvd. Turn right onto W 52nd Ave, pass by Red Robin and continue until you reach The Raleigh House of Hope (6870 W 52nd Ave. #103, Arvada, CO 80002).
When coming from the Arapahoe Bend Natural Area, head south and turn left onto E Harmony Rd. Turn right to merge onto I-25 S and drive for 48.3 miles. Take exit 216 to merge onto I-76 W toward Grand Jct for 5.5 miles. Take exit 1A to merge onto CO-121 N/Wadsworth Blvd. Then turn right onto W 52nd Ave., pass by Red Robin and continue until you reach The Raleigh House of Hope (6870 W 52nd Ave. #103, Arvada, CO 80002).
When coming from the Fossil Creek Wetlands Natural Area, head south on Silvermoon toward Streamside Dr. Then after .3 miles, turn left onto Greenstone Trail. Turn left onto CO-392 E/Carpenter Rd./East County Rd. 32 for 2.9 miles. Then turn right onto the Route 25 S ramp and continue on I-25 S to Arvada for 51.6 miles. Take exit 1A from I-76 W. Then merge right onto CO-121 N/Wadsworth Blvd. Turn right onto W 52nd Ave., pass by Red Robin and continue until you reach The Raleigh House of Hope (6870 W 52nd Ave. #103, Arvada, CO 80002).
“We would just like to say that The Raleigh House has been such a blessing to our family, especially when we thought we had nowhere else to go for any hope. We understand that timing and desire to change also played a big part, but the different type of presentation, program and kindness that The Raleigh House gave, we feel, is what ultimately connected to him where other programs failed. We can’t thank enough everyone that works there for all the effort and help that they offered him and us. We have been and continue to be so taken by your program that we have referred others to bring their loved ones if the timing is appropriate.”
– Previous Client