Twenty-one percent of Denver area residents ages 12 and older use an illicit drug every year, which is 7% higher than the national rate. At The Raleigh House, an alcohol and drug treatment center in Arvada, CO, our top priority is the health and well-being of our clients who have struggled with addiction. Whether you or a loved one is suffering from addiction, trauma or another co-occurring disorder, our addiction treatment center offers programs designed to support you through the healing process. Call us at to speak to an admissions expert.
The most effective drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs don’t just treat the physical symptoms of addiction. For example, our programs take a comprehensive approach to care, including activities like peer-led support groups and community service projects aimed at helping clients address the underlying or co-occurring conditions that often go hand-in-hand with addiction. Because our Arvada, Colorado drug rehab center is near 150 miles of trails and 3,400 acres of parks, it’s perfect for therapeutic, recreational activities like rock climbing, hiking and snowboarding/skiing.
Family involvement is a critical part to overcoming drug and substance addiction. Family members are encouraged to join weekly educational and support group sessions to support all those fighting to free themselves from addiction.
Each client’s challenges and needs are unique. That’s why our Arvada drug and alcohol rehab programs include a personalized plan with a board certified psychiatric assessment, a comprehensive nursing assessment and an initial nutritional assessment. Our goal is to offer every person who comes through our doors a custom-tailored addiction treatment plan.
If you’re coming from Rainbow Ridge near the Stenger Soccer Complex, head north on W 56th Cir. and turn left onto W 56th Dr. for 0.5 miles. Turn left onto CO-72 E/Ward Rd. for 0.6 miles. Continue onto CO-72 E for 1 mile, then use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto the Interstate 70 E ramp for 0.3 miles. Merge onto 1-70 E for 2.4 miles, then take exit 269A for CO 121/Wadsworth Blvd. Keep left at the fork and turn left onto CO-121 N/Wadsworth Blvd. for 0.4 miles. Turn right onto W 52nd Ave. for 0.4 miles until you reach The Raleigh House (6870 W 52nd Ave. #103, Arvada, CO 80002).
If you’re coming from Ralston Valley, head east on W 68th Ave. toward Deframe St. and turn right for 0.7 miles. Turn left onto CO-72 E/W 64th Ave. for 0.8 miles, then turn right onto CO-72 E/Ward Rd. for 1.6 miles. Continue straight onto CO-72 E for 1 mile and head onto W 44th Ave. Use the left two lanes to turn left onto the Interstate 70 E ramp and merge onto I-70 E for 2.4 miles. Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 269A for CO 121/Wadsworth Blvd. Keep left at the fork and turn left onto CO-121 N/Wadsworth Blvd. for 0.4 miles. Turn right onto W 52nd Ave. for 0.4 miles until you reach The Raleigh House (6870 W 52nd Ave. #103, Arvada, CO 80002).
If you’re coming from Lakecrest Park, head south on Moore St. toward W 81st Ave. for 0.3 miles. Turn left onto W 80th Ave. for 1.8 miles, then turn right onto Wadsworth Blvd. for 2 miles. Continue onto Wadsworth Bypass for 1.1 miles and keep right to stay on Wadsworth Bypass for 0.3 miles. Continue onto Wadsworth Blvd. and turn left onto W 52nd Ave. for 0.5 miles. Stay on W 52nd Ave. until you reach The Raleigh House (6870 W 52nd Ave. #103, Arvada, CO 80002).
If you’re coming from Far Horizons, head north on Chase Way and turn right onto W 84th Ave. for 0.2 miles. Turn right onto CO-95 S/Sheridan Blvd for 4.1 miles, then turn right onto W 52nd Ave. Stay on W 52nd Ave. for 1.1 miles until you reach The Raleigh House (6870 W 52nd Ave. #103, Arvada, CO 80002).
“When I first moved to Denver from Los Angeles I checked myself into Raleigh House. It was a wonderful, warm, and caring experience. I learned not just how to get clean and sober, but how to take care of my body from the inside out. It’s amazing how amino acids, exercise, and healthy food can kick start the road to recovery. I recommend this place to all my friends who might be struggling.”
– Previous Client
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