Meth Rehab Center | Colorado Rehab | AspenRidge Recovery

Methamphetamine, commonly known as meth, is a potent and highly addictive substance that has devastated countless lives. At AspenRidge Recovery Centers, we understand the unique challenges posed by meth addiction.

Our specialized Meth Rehab addiction treatment offers a holistic approach, focusing not just on the addiction itself but also on the underlying mental health and trauma that often accompanies it. With our dedicated team and evidence-based treatments, recovery from meth addiction is not just possible—it’s within reach.

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Colorado Addiction Treatment Center

AspenRidge Recovery is a leading Colorado substance abuse treatment center with established locations in Fort Collins, Colorado Springs, and Lakewood. Our qualified staff provides compassionate support to clients and families in need of care and guidance during a time when you need it most. Our experienced and licensed therapists utilize proven treatment modalities to address underlying issues that can lead individuals to substance dependency, including severe trauma and mental health. We aim to give you the care you need to begin regaining control over life and begin your healing journey.

Moreover, our treatment centers start with a comprehensive approach that allows us to take a multi-faceted approach to addiction treatment in Colorado. In specific, we begin with a pre-screening questionnaire regarding mental health history, substance use, and more. We seek to identify possible underlying factors that may contribute to the primary issue at hand. During this time, we remain steadfast in helping you overcome your issues while remaining compassionate. After all, drug addiction impacts everyone differently and, thus, cannot be treated without first addressing the experiences that may have facilitated in alcohol or drug dependency.

If you are facing an uphill battle of substance dependency and in need of a safe support system, you can trust our staff.

AspenRidge Recovery uses both evidence-based and holistic approaches to help our clients find the strength to continue their fight against addiction. We truly believe that overcoming addictions begins with healing in the body as well as the mind. For this reason, we are certified in treating co-occurring mental health issues. Learn more about what sets AspenRidge Recovery apart from other Colorado substance abuse treatment programs.

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Introduction to Meth Addiction

Methamphetamine, often simply referred to as meth, is a powerful central nervous system stimulant that has seen a surge in misuse over the past few decades. This synthetic drug is known for its ability to produce intense euphoria, increased energy, and heightened alertness. However, these short-lived benefits come at a high cost.

Dangers of Meth Use:

Effects of Meth on the Brain: Meth releases a flood of dopamine in the brain, a neurotransmitter associated with pleasure, motivation, and reward. Over time and with repeated use, meth can damage dopamine-producing neurons, leading to reduced levels of this crucial neurotransmitter. This can result in anhedonia (the inability to feel pleasure) and make it extremely challenging for users to quit without professional help.

AspenRidge’s Approach to Meth Addiction

Meth addiction is not just a physical dependency; it’s a complex interplay of psychological, social, and physiological factors. At AspenRidge Recovery Centers, we recognize the multifaceted nature of meth addiction and have tailored our approach to address each aspect comprehensively.

Unique Challenges of Treating Meth Addiction:

  • Intense Cravings: Meth users often experience overpowering cravings, making the initial stages of recovery particularly challenging.
  • Cognitive Impairments: Chronic meth use can lead to memory loss and decreased cognitive function, which can pose challenges during therapy.
  • Co-occurring Disorders: Many meth users also suffer from co-occurring mental health disorders, such as depression or anxiety, which need simultaneous treatment.

Holistic Treatment at AspenRidge:

  • Dual Diagnosis: We believe in treating the individual as a whole. Our dual diagnosis approach ensures that we address both the addiction and any co-occurring mental health disorders.
  • Trauma-Informed Care: Recognizing that trauma often lies at the root of addiction, our therapies are designed to address and heal past traumas, providing a solid foundation for recovery.
  • Individualized Treatment Plans: No two individuals are the same, and neither are their journeys with addiction. We craft personalized treatment plans that cater to the unique needs and challenges of each patient.

Focus on Underlying Causes: At the heart of our approach is the understanding that addiction often stems from deeper, unresolved issues. Whether it’s past trauma, mental health disorders, or societal pressures, we strive to get to the root cause of the addiction. By addressing these underlying factors, we aim to provide our patients with the tools and understanding they need to achieve long-lasting recovery.

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Why Choose AspenRidge Recovery?

We treat substance use disorder and drug addiction by addressing mental health and complex trauma. Our clinicians are certified and experienced in treating different types of addiction. Our staff truly cares about success and our outcomes speak volumes to our treatment approach. AspenRidge Recovery employs some of the best clinical staff at our Colorado substance abuse treatment center. Further, individuals that complete our programs see a significant increase in the quality of life around community and family involvement, medication compliance, and maintaining employment.

Our knowledgeable, trained counselors work with every client to find the right balance both in treatment and through transitions. Those who are addicted to substances are encouraged to become acquainted with all types of addiction treatment and to be actively involved in the planning of their personal treatment plan.

At AspenRidge in both the residential (partial hospitalization) and the outpatient programs, staff work with you to address whole-body addiction rehab treatment.

AspenRidge’s addiction treatment in Colorado offers a ninety-day (or more) extended care addiction treatment program in a residential setting on our Lakewood or Fort Collins campus’. Through our partial hospitalization program, an individual can expect at least 90+ days of full care in our residences, including 15 to 30 hours of therapy and other support services each week. We also offer lower levels of care like intensive outpatient programs for those that want to continue their work or family obligations but are still actively seeking quality treatment.

Continuing Care

Once you graduate from our Colorado substance abuse treatment program, you won’t be alone. AspenRidge Recovery understands that the first year in recovery can be incredibly difficult and is vital to ongoing success and a positive outlook. Our AspenRidge Alumni Program allows you to remain confident in the transition back to your friends, family, and community. Our alumni community is strong and we plan fun events to keep you engaged with the sober community in Colorado.

Our Alumni Program offers support in a variety of ways including:

  • Monthly Alumni Group: peer accountability, interpersonal relationship strengthening, and fellowship
  • Weekly Alumni Speak Meetings: alumni share their experience, strength, and hope with current clients of AspenRidge Recovery
  • Monthly Networking Events: dinners, barbeques, workshops
  • Monthly Physical Activity: hiking trips and campouts

Our alumni program allows you to stay connected to our therapists, fellow clients, and supportive staff members. Participate in annual sobriety group fun activities, and rest assured that you can always reach one of our staff members 24/7 for immediate support.

For more information and to arrange a tour at one of our addiction treatment in Colorado at our two locations in Lakewood (near Denver) or Fort Collins, CO call us at (855) 281-5588.

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