Fort Collins, located 57 miles north of Denver is situated on the Cache La Poudre River and has a population of 137,000. In this small community are those who deal with an addiction to alcoholism every day of their lives and do their best to keep it a secret from those closest to them. Sadly, this isolation and secrecy only causes the addiction to worsen over time. The hope is that there are many Colorado drug rehabs available to get help.
Types of Fort Collins Rehab for Alcohol and Drug Addiction
There are two main types of rehab programs in Fort Collins: residential and outpatient. Both contain the same core addiction treatment processes (detox, counseling and aftercare) but provide a different format in terms of attending to them. Residential rehab is set up for those who are able to leave their daily lives and devote all of their time and energy in their recovery program. They enter a treatment center for a specified period of time to go through detoxification and begin counseling in order to overcome their addiction.
Outpatient rehab on the other hand is a better choice for those who suffer from alcoholism or drug addiction and want to keep their privacy while they learn to understand and work through their addiction.
What Happens After Fort Collins Alcohol and Drug Treatment?
Once the drug rehab program has ended, the recovering addict still faces daily challenges. Temptation and stress play a role in the battle against relapse. Aftercare programs such as follow-up counseling, sober living and 12-step meetings all help keep the individual on the right path to ongoing sobriety.
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