AspenRidge Recovery Locations
In AspenRidge Rehab Center we offer a continuum of care focused on transitioning each person through our various levels of treatment. Each treatment program includes psychiatric services, family system stabilization, trauma therapy, optional recovery housing, and a lifetime of recovery support through our alumni program. We have in-person locations in Fort Collins, Lakewood, and Colorado Springs, as well as a virtual Intensive Outpatient Program. Our online program is available to everyone in Colorado.
Colorado Online Addiction Treatment
AspenRidge REACH is the first 100% online intensive outpatient program (IOP) rehab Colorado center for adults seeking treatment for mental health, trauma, and substance use disorders. Each year, thousands of Coloradans suffer from substance abuse but do not seek treatment due to the lack of resources available to them, social anxiety, and daily life commitments.
If that’s the case, online addiction treatment can be the answer to your problem. With online treatment, you can overcome your addiction from the comfort and safety of your own home. To learn more about ApenRidge REACH, our online intensive outpatient program, click here.
If you live in Colorado and want to start our online addiction treatment program, call us now at (855) 281-5588 to talk to our admissions team and verify your insurance information.
Visit AspenRidge Recovery Centers Today
When drug and alcohol addiction becomes overwhelming and you’re ready to confront it, contact AspenRidge Recovery Rehab Center. You can reach us at (855) 281-5588. With our Colorado drug and alcohol rehab center programs in Fort Collins and Lakewood, you can start fresh and move forward with confidence.
Depending on your particular needs and circumstances, our qualified staff can help you choose an option that is right and that can yield the best results possible. We believe seeking addiction treatment in Colorado shouldn’t be a barrier, which is why we have created effective programs that address the underlying causes of addiction while also remaining cognizant of outside obligations.