If you still have questions about The Raleigh House and our addiction treatment center near Denver, CO, browse these frequently asked questions to find the information that you need or call 720.891.4657 to speak with a member of our team
Our wellness lodge outside of Denver has an on-site detox that can treat up to eight individuals at onetime. Our inpatient addiction treatment center can treat up to 18 individuals at once.
Each client’s schedule is tailored based on their unique needs and level of care. The weekly schedule includes group therapy, individual therapy, Recovery Dharma meetings, structured recreational activities, three meals a day and times for self-reflection and relaxation. The schedule is structured, safe and designed to help clients develop and practice healthy techniques and coping skills.
Experiential activities are necessary to improve strength, confidence and a healthy, sober lifestyle. Activities include yoga, on-site equine therapy, rock climbing, circuit training, gym memberships, and more! To learn more, visit our addiction program activities page.
At The Raleigh House, clients are not permitted electronic devices for personal or professional use during treatment. Clients can make calls with case managers as needed and clinically appropriate.
The cost of addiction treatment at The Raleigh House can vary depending on specific treatment needs and insurance coverage. To get a better understanding of what your treatment might cost, call us at 720.891.4657 to speak with a member of our team.
There are a variety of ways to pay for addiction treatment, including insurance, self-payment and even healthcare financing. Learn more about your payment options by calling our admissions team today.
The Raleigh House works with most major insurance providers to help get some or all of your treatment covered. To see our list of common insurance providers we work with, visit our insurance page. To verify your insurance, call our admissions team.
If you don’t have insurance coverage through an accepted healthcare provider, you are not out of options. There is a self-payment option for those who can make that commitment. Healthcare financing to help cover the cost of addiction treatment is also available.
The reality is that every addiction recovery journey is different. Different factors that can impact the time frame of recovery include your biochemistry, drug use history, type of substance use/abuse, and severity of the addiction. To learn more about what impacts recovery time, check out our blog post on this very topic.
Addiction is a chronic illness that requires treatment, ongoing management and healthy coping skills to maintain recovery. The effectiveness of addiction treatment depends on each individual’s challenge with substance abuse, motivation for treatment and support available in recovery. To learn more about our treatment programs at The Raleigh House, we encourage you to listen to what those who have gone before you have to say.
Yes! The Raleigh House is accredited by The Joint Commission and the Office of Behavioral Health.
The Raleigh House treats a vast variety of addictions, including:
Yes! The Raleigh House treats a variety of dual diagnose disorders, including anxiety disorders and addiction, depression and addiction, complex trauma and addiction, and PTSD and addiction. Learn more about our dual diagnosis treatment program.
The Raleigh House is able to treat behavioral health disorders, including depression, anxiety, complex trauma and PTSD. Treatment for attachment disorder is also available. We are able to treat mental health disorders even if they do not accompany a substance addiction.
Sessions with family members and significant others may be clinically recommended by the client’s assigned therapist. If deemed appropriate, the client will determine who is involved in their clinical support. Our family support program can include weekly family education sessions, family assignments and weekly check-ins. Learn more about our family support today.
It can be challenging to know exactly what to say and do if a family member or friend is struggling with an addiction. You may not even know if you should get involved at all. Check out our page on How to Help a Loved One with Addiction to learn exactly what to do and what not to do.