Scenic vistas, wide-open plains and a luxurious retreat-style sanctuary await you at The Raleigh House – where you can replenish and re-nourish your body and mind from painkiller addiction.
This addiction was probably something you never saw coming. Maybe it started after you were prescribed medications after an injury or surgery. Fortunately, you can learn to manage this disease and regain control of your life – and we can help.
At The Raleigh House, we offer an all-inclusive experience where labels and judgments are replaced by healing and compassion. It’s time to undo the damage painkillers have caused and find hope in recovery.
It all takes place on 40 acres of breathtaking Colorado land bathed in beautiful country sunrises. As you look across the prairie, the vast open sky reminds you of the possibility of a life free of addiction. Learn more about our approach.
Addiction to painkillers is frustrating. After all, you didn’t start taking painkillers in order to satisfy an addiction. It doesn’t seem fair that this is happening to you. While the reality is that you are struggling with painkiller addiction, there is hope for recovery at The Raleigh House.
When you come here to detox from painkiller addiction, you’ll work with our licensed and credentialed staff who will use thorough assessments to determine your course of care. We’ll then use multiple philosophies, theories, interventions and methods, and a mix of clinical and 12-step approaches to help you work through the detox process.
If needed, medication-assisted therapy may be recommended in our comfortable, safe environment with 24-hour supervision to guide you through this important first step.
We understand and appreciate that there may be a difference between physical dependence and addiction in some cases of chronic pain management. It is important as part of your care that you do the necessary medical lab work to evaluate and understand your overall health. We help you throughout this process so you can get the treatment you need.
It all starts with getting to know you. Everyone has a story to tell, and your story is – in part – what’s shaped who you are today. Although your story may share similarities with others, exactly how your painkiller addiction took hold is completely unique to you.
The essence of our program is about empowering you with healthier methods for dealing with life’s challenges. Your emotional, nutritional and physical well-being will also be addressed to help ensure a purposeful, long-lasting recovery.
The opioid and painkiller treatment program at The Raleigh House encompass a variety of evidence-based practices and therapies hand-selected by our expert team based on your personal journey. Some of the proven treatment practices for opioid and painkiller addiction include:
Medication-Assisted Treatment – Certain medications have been approved to help ease discomfort during treatment and make the recovery process safer. At The Raleigh House, we use thorough assessments to determine if medication-assisted treatment can help ease your recovery from painkiller addiction.
Clinical Treatment – We want to understand the function of your painkiller abuse and why the addiction started in the first place. Individual therapy, group therapy and family involvement give you different avenues to work through your addiction and connect with others going through the same things you are.
Animal Assisted Therapy – Anxiety, depression and other mental health concerns often occur along with addiction. Animal-assisted therapy has proven therapeutic value and is supported by a substantial body of research. Our clients benefit from both canine- and equine-assisted therapy to help alleviate those symptoms.
Art Therapy – Structured art therapy can have strong positive benefits since it channels a group’s abstract way of thinking to see new opportunities for reflection. At The Raleigh House, we use art therapy to help reduce the symptoms of depression, anxiety, trauma, and low self-esteem, and to improve overall quality of life.
Yoga, Mindfulness Practice & Meditation – 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. These techniques can be easily used to help cope with anxiety or depression.
Family Support, Education & Therapy – Painkiller addiction can be a chronically relapsing condition that often has a significant impact on the whole family. While a person seeks individual treatment for addiction, 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 painkiller rehab program also emphasizes the importance of family involvement.
“When the entire family does something different, change happens.”
Physical dependence on prescribed medications can cast a shadow over your life, but it shouldn’t stop you from taking back control. At The Raleigh House, we understand how much you’ve struggled, and we are determined to help your mind, body and spirit heal.
If you or a loved one is suffering from opioid or painkiller addiction, we are here to offer support without judgement. Call 720-307-6637 or contact us online to learn how you or someone you love can discover a new beginning.
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