Scenic vistas, big skies, and a luxurious, retreat-style sanctuary await you at The Raleigh House – where you can replenish and re-nourish your body and mind from substance use disorders like benzodiazepines addiction.
It can feel like the walls are closing in on you when you’re in the middle of an anxiety or panic attack. As an uncontrollable sense of fear hits you, your heart starts racing, you begin to shake and sweat, and you can’t help but feel like you’re dying. The only thing that seems to calm you is benzodiazepines.
Our center for benzodiazepine addiction treatment in Denver provides a calming environment out in the beautiful Colorado mountain land to help you find a healthy, peaceful life that doesn’t require benzodiazepines.
Benzodiazepines are not without their own set of withdrawal symptoms. Depending on how long and how often you or your loved one used benzodiazepines, you may experience withdrawal symptoms like anxiety, irritability, muscle tension, nausea, nightmares, depression and seizures. Benzodiazepine withdrawal can be life-threatening, which is why The Raleigh House provides safe and private detox services.
When you arrive at our wellness-lodge, The Ranch, our highly experienced staff will walk you through a thorough medical assessment to determine your physical and mental state going into the detox process. This will help us determine the severity of your addiction and if you’ll require medication-assisted treatment to help you get through benzodiazepine detox safely.
Our goal is to ensure we provide you with a calm, secure environment where you can detox from benzodiazepines as comfortably as possible. Once we’ve successfully gotten the drugs out of your system, you’ll be able to transition into our residential treatment program to help you fully recover from the damage benzodiazepines caused.
No two experiences with benzodiazepines are exactly alike. Because your addiction is unique to you and your situation, we take a personalized and individual approach to Benzodiazepine treatment.
Once you enter our rehab program, our seasoned and compassionate team will work with you to develop a treatment plan that fits your unique needs and interests. From nutritional, physical and emotional health to your ability to cope with life’s challenges – the heart of our program is to provide you with the skills and empowerment to create your own meaningful, long lasting recovery.
It isn’t enough just to help you detox from Benzodiazepines and then send you on your way. Instead, you need to get to the bottom of why you started abusing benzodiazepines in the first place. You need a rehab program that can teach you how to fight back cravings and transform your life for the better.
At The Raleigh House, we take an evidence-based and holistic approach to treatment. Our therapy modalities are built around your specific needs, goals, challenges and personal history. Some of our evidence-based treatment practices for benzodiazepines addiction include the following:
We know an anxiety or panic disorder may be what has led to your benzodiazepines addiction. That’s why we leverage dual diagnosis treatment. Not only do we help you overcome your drug abuse, we also help you develop healthier ways to cope with your mental health challenges.
The therapeutic value of animal-assisted therapy is supported by a substantial body of research. Our clients benefit from both canine- and equine-assisted therapies, which may help alleviate symptoms of anxiety, panic disorders and depression. Read more about equine therapy at The Ranch.
Research shows that a structured art therapy program can have significantly positive benefits when compared with other treatments offered to a control group. At The Raleigh House, we know that art therapy has various benefits, including helping reduce the symptoms of depression, anxiety, trauma and low self-esteem in order to improve overall quality of life.
Both yoga and meditation can reduce levels of cortisol (the hormone that causes stress), bolster the immune system and help regulate mood. We use techniques like these in a structured setting to help our clients practice mindfulness, improve self-awareness and regulate breathing.
Benzodiazepines addiction is a chronic disease that often has a negative impact on the whole family. While a person seeks individual treatment, we offer family support and educational programming so loved ones can begin their own process of education, awareness, understanding, changing and growing. Addiction doesn’t just affect the individual, it impacts the entire family. This is why our comprehensive benzodiazepines rehab program also emphasizes the importance of family therapy sessions.
Addiction does not have to control you anymore. At The Raleigh House, we know the hardship living with addiction can cause, and our mission is to help your mind, body and spirit heal.
If you or a loved one is suffering from benzodiazepines addiction, we offer judgment-free treatment and support. Contact us online to learn how you or someone you love can discover a new beginning.
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