Denver Drug Treatment Centers

Denver Drug Treatment Centers

Valiant Detox Center in Denver ranks among the industry's most competent and reliable detox facilities. If you're aiming to leave addiction behind for good, our Denver drug treatment center is the perfect starting place.

Our approach to drug detox

We believe that the detoxification process is as intricate and important as the inpatient treatment itself. While it may not last as long, it plays a vital role in stabilizing the patient's physical and mental functioning during the withdrawal phase. To provide the fastest and most reliable results, we rely on a patient-oriented approach, involving:

  • Phone screening prior to any commitment – You will speak to an expert over the phone before coming to our Denver, CO, detox center for treatment. This is a necessary first step, allowing our professionals to determine if you qualify for the detox treatment or not. The procedure will involve an in-depth discussion about your addiction, overall symptoms and health issues, potential co-occurring disorders, and insurance coverage. Once everything is cleared out, you can make an appointment for an in-person medical assessment.
  • On-site assessment and medical diagnosis – The drug and alcohol detox in Denver, CO, begins with an in-depth clinical assessment to determine your disorder's severity and specifics and diagnose co-occurring disorders correctly. This phase provides our clinicians with the tools they need to craft a personalized medication treatment for immediate effects.
  • Supervised detoxification and treatment – The detox treatment represents the main recovery program at our Denver detox facilities. It relies on targeted medication to address the withdrawal and co-occurring mental issues like depression, anxiety, PTSD, mental and emotional traumas, etc. The treatment's goals include controlling the withdrawal's manifestations, minimizing the physical and mental pain and discomfort, cleanse the system of toxins, and resetting the addicted brain.
  • Therapeutic assistance – No medication plan can help you recover from an addiction fully and embrace a lifetime of sobriety. We have the best detox for addiction in Denver because we combine medication with therapy and counseling for long-term benefits. At our facility, you will undergo group and individual therapy, art therapy, M&I Meetings, and recreational activities for mental and emotional recovery as well.

The treatment's duration will vary depending on your progress and your addiction's severity, but it generally doesn't exceed seven weeks. If you need more extensive treatment, our clinicians will tweak the detox program accordingly.

Do you need inpatient treatment for drug addiction recovery?

Most likely, yes. The drug and alcohol detoxification program is vital for recovery and stabilization in the initial phase, but you need reliable inpatient treatment for sustainable long-term sobriety. We can recommend top-notch residential centers for follow-up treatment if necessary, to make sure you remain sober and healthy throughout the years.

If you're looking for a high-profile Denver drug detox center, contact Valiant Detox Center in Colorado at 720-796-6885 for professional drug and alcohol detox! You can call for an in-depth screening and insurance checking and come to our facility for medical assessment and treatment today!

Denver Drug Treatment Centers
Valiant Living Detox and Assessment
(720) 796-6885
Denver Drug Treatment Centers
6994 Co Rd 39
Fort Lupton CO 80621

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