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We do not accept Medicaid policies at this time

Addiction has impacted families and communities throughout Colorado and beyond. It is not uncommon to get trapped in a cycle of addiction that involves obtaining, using, and recuperating from harmful substances. For many struggling with substance abuse, it feels like there’s no way out. Addiction is a chronic condition, which means that it will continue to get worse if one goes without professional and high-quality addiction treatment. Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery is a private drug addiction treatment center that offers outpatient programs for those coming from a higher level of care. Through our comprehensive intensive outpatient programs, those who are struggling with an addiction to opioids, alcohol, benzos, stimulants, and other substances can heal. With the addiction treatment programs we offer, we will help you recover no matter how complicated your circumstances are. To learn more about our programs, contact Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery today.

Do You Need an Addiction Treatment Program?

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There are many warning signs for addiction. Sometimes those who are struggling with addiction see the signs for themselves. Or, loved ones might notice the warning signs of addiction and reach out to a professional recovery program. If you find yourself in a compulsive cycle of substance use or substance abuse that continues despite negative consequences in your life, you may be struggling with addiction. Though treatable, addiction is a chronic disease and mental health condition, that cannot improve or heal on its own. Thankfully, there is hope. 

Below you’ll find the DSM criteria for substance use disorder. If you feel as though you relate to any of these symptoms, you should reach out to a recovery center for help. The symptoms include:

  • When you use the substance, you use more or for longer than you intended to
  • You want to cut down or end your use, but have been unable to do so
  • You’re spending a significant amount of your time getting, using, or recovering from using the drug
  • You get strong desires or cravings to use the drug
  • You have failed to fulfill responsibilities at home, work, or school due to using the drug
  • Your substance use causes or exacerbates your interpersonal or social problems
  • You’ve relinquished social, occupational, or recreational activities so that you have more time to use the substance
  • You use the substance in dangerous situations repeatedly
  • Though your substance use causes or worsens psychological or physical problems, you continue to use it
  • You have a tolerance to the drug, so you need more to get the same effect
  • You get withdrawal symptoms that only go away when you use the substance again

If you are struggling with any of these drug addiction symptoms, reach out to Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery today for help.

Why Choose Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery?

At Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery, or CMAR, our addiction treatment programs are unique. Our evidence-based program offers an integrated, clinically driven drug addiction rehab program. Though we have specialized outpatient treatment tracks for alcohol addiction and opioid addiction, we also offer treatment for benzo addiction, stimulant addiction, and prescription drug addiction. We also offer remote services through our telehealth addiction treatment program, allowing anyone in the state of Colorado to get the assistance they need. Our patient-centered addiction treatment model enables us to treat the multi-dimensional needs of each patient, with elements including: 

  • Physician services from board-certified addiction medicine experts. These include medical assessments and diagnostics, CMAR’s industry-leading medication-assisted treatment program, chronic pain treatment, prescribing services, and more.
  • Ongoing medical support from our addiction medicine providers.
  • Medication management, including an on-site pharmacy. No need to wait in line at your pharmacy or hope your refill is ready.
  • Co-occurring drug addiction and mental health treatment, also referred to as dual diagnosis treatment
  • Individual addiction therapy and patient education.
  • Addiction treatment aftercare services.
  • Group therapy for drug addiction and mental health issues.
  • Family therapy, family support services, and family education.
  • Comprehensive case management to provide support and guidance regarding everything from getting to and from treatment to filling out FMLA paperwork.
  • Long-term clinical and peer-based addiction recovery support services.

We also provide a caring and supportive recovery community for our patients. This network of support allows our patients to meet and develop meaningful and accountable relationships with others in addiction recovery, socialize in a sober environment, get and share resources, all while maintaining life commitments, such as employment, family, and social relationships.

CMAR’s substance abuse treatment programs, which can be reached online or found at our state-of-the-art drug addiction treatment center in Thornton, CO, include a medical doctor who is a board-certified addiction expert, a team addiction treatment qualified nurse practitioners, and psychiatric nurse practitioners. Our expert addiction treatment team also includes licensed therapists and licensed counselors, all of whom have the education, experience, resources, and tools to help you overcome your addiction. These medical and clinical addiction treatment teams at Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery collaborate with each other, and with you in order to help you achieve and sustain your long-term recovery. Furthermore, more than half of CMAR’s addiction treatment team is in long-term recovery themselves, so they truly understand where you’re coming from.

Contact Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery

One thing that sets our Colorado addiction treatment center apart from others is our utilization of clinically driven, medication-assisted treatment. We offer a cutting-edge medical track that uses medication-assisted treatment to help you quickly stabilize from opioid addiction or alcohol addiction. Here we complement addiction therapy with Suboxone, Subutex, and other buprenorphine medications, or Vivitrol and other naltrexone medications, to help patients painlessly get off opioids or avoid opioid or alcohol cravings. To learn more about the programs at our addiction treatment center, contact Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery today at 833.448.0127.