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A college town, Boulder, Colorado is home to the University of Colorado. Located more than a mile high, the city is situated at the base of the gorgeous Rocky Mountains. Individuals who wish to receive drug rehabilitation in the city will find it to provide residential, outpatient and holistic-based care.

According to the Colorado State Attorney General, young people in Colorado are struggling with prescription drug abuse and addiction at an alarming rate. They estimate that about 20 percent of all admissions to Colorado drug rehab centers for the treatment of painkiller addiction are young adults under the age of 24. They also state that about 29 percent of all admissions to CO drug addiction treatment programs for stimulants are also made up of the under-24 age group.

If a young person in your family in Boulder, Colorado is fighting abuse of or addiction to prescription painkillers or prescription stimulants, now is the time to step in. Call now to talk about their options in prescription drug addiction treatment.

Does Someone You Love Need Prescription Drug Rehab?

Few Coloradans under the age of 24 are getting prescriptions for heavy-duty painkillers or prescription stimulants from their doctor – so how are they developing dependence or abuse issues at such an alarming rate? Unfortunately, many begin a lifelong struggle with prescription drug addiction when they experiment with pills they find left over from an older adult’s prescription in the medicine cabinet. Taking pills for non-medical purposes (e.g., taking any prescription pill without a prescription or taking a pill in a way that is different from what the doctor ordered) is the definition of prescription drug abuse, and chronic drug abuse leads to addiction.

Headaches, a Tough Day, PMS: There Is No Good Reason to Abuse Prescriptions

If your teen is complaining of pain and asks for something stronger than an over-the-counter medication, take him or her to the doctor. Taking any prescription drug without the supervision of a medical professional can be deadly. If someone you love in Boulder, CO is fighting dependence upon a prescription drug, get them help today. Our counselors are waiting to talk to you.

Ask the Right Questions: Choosing the Right Boulder Rehab Facility

Asking the right questions is key to choosing the right addiction facility for yourself or a loved one. This is especially true if you have never been in rehab and don’t know a lot about the available types of care. Residential treatment offered in Boulder is one of the most common forms of treatment. It is generally considered best for those who are dealing with an addiction that has become overwhelming. Individuals unsure about whether or not residential care is a good option for themselves need to ask as many questions as they can about the rehab facility. Below is a list of appropriate questions.

  • Do you offer residential treatment? This may seem like an obvious question and it is, but is also a necessary one. Ask this question at the onset of any interview you have with a drug counselor or facility manager. If you have your heart set on a Boulder residential care program and they don’t offer it, keep looking.
  • What are the costs associated with this type of care? The price of residential care tends to be higher than that of outpatient treatment. It is important to find out how much a particular program costs. If it is too much, you may want to consider a different form of care or look into their payment options. Individuals with a severe addiction may need to keep looking until they locate an affordable Boulder facility because outpatient care might not be adequate.
  • What is the treatment philosophy of the facility? Look for a program that offers a treatment philosophy that you agree with.
  • What type of credentials and training does your staff have? This is extremely important. A well trained and educated staff has the potential to offer you the best care. Boulder rehab facilities are stocked with well educated and experienced doctors and counselors.

Finding an Appropriate Boulder Residential Treatment Facility

In order to find the right Boulder, Colorado treatment program, it is important to ask the right questions. The ones listed above are a great start. If you require assistance finding a quality Boulder drug rehab program, give us a call.

See more treatment options in Colorado

Boulder Community Hospital

311 Mapleton Ave

Boulder, CO 80304-3979
(303) 440-2273


Mental Health Center Serving Bldr

1333 Iris Ave

Boulder, CO 80304-2296
(303) 443-8500



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