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Treatment Centers within 120 miles of Grand Junction, CO

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All Points North Lodge
2205 Cordillera Way Edwards, CO 81632

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    Mind Springs Health

    Strengths: Broad range of services Weaknesses: Number of staff was quite low They were great in helping my family recover.

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    Eric Lapp
    Eric Lapp
    Founder
    The Raleigh House of Hope
    Hi, I’m Eric Lapp, the Founder and CEO of the Raleigh House. Just this year, we’ve celebrated our 10th year of serving our community. One thing I’ve learned after working with over a thousand families is that substance abuse devastates families. It destroys lives but most importantly, people do recover and families get better. Long ago I discovered that addiction stems from years of LIFE and it is just a symptom of something more going on. We didn’t cause it but it is our job to figure out how to live a healthy life. The Raleigh House takes a multifaceted approach to treating addiction but first we have to understand the contributing factors of why and how it exists in the first place. At The Raleigh House we are careful to understand what is driving the substance use and the behaviors. We understand that addiction in some cases is a family disease, patterns and behaviors started at a young age that later manifested as problematic substance use and mood irregularities. In order to treat the desire to use, drink and act out unhealthy behaviors we have to grasp the entire picture. What was the childhood like, was there enough attention, was there enough love and nurture, what about support and discipline? Was there space to make choices, was there guidance if there was a better decision? Where did it come from and what prohibitin advancement in life. At The Raleigh House our job is to raise awareness and begin the transformational process, your job is to keep it!
    Dr. Ryan Drzewiecki, PsyD
    Dr. Ryan Drzewiecki, PsyD
    Director of Clinical Operations
    All Points North Lodge
    Dr. Ryan Drzewiecki is a licensed psychologist and experienced clinical director with over a decade of experience in his fields. After his undergraduate education at Northwestern University, he earned his masters and doctorate in clinical psychology from the Arizona School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Drzewiecki then completed his postdoctoral internship at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation in Center City, Minnesota. During the internship, he created the National Screener position and championed the ongoing training of staff and students. In 2016, Dr. Drzewiecki began as Clinical Director for A New Leaf, a community non-profit which has provided housing, career guidance, family services, crisis support, and behavioral health to nearly 33,000 individuals throughout central Arizona. He created his own practice as a psychologist and consultant in 2018, specializing in substance abuse and other dependencies. Dr. Drzewiecki has consulted for various behavioral health companies and served as a board member for the Arizona Psychological Foundation in addition to a range of other volunteer activities.
    Colorado Treatment Facts

    Colorado ranks 2nd in treatment centers servicing/accepting community reinforcement plus vouchers per 100,000 residents. Utah is ranked one spot worse at spot 3. Alaska is ranked one spot better at spot 1.

    When adjusted for population, Colorado ranks 3rd in treatment centers servicing/accepting DUI/SWI clients. One spot worse is North Dakota, ranked 4 in the U.S. Wyoming is just 1 spot better, ranked 2 out of the United States.

    For criminal justice clients clients, Colorado ranks 3rd in population-adjusted treatment centers. Maine is ranked one spot worse at spot 4. Idaho is ranked one spot better at spot 2.

    Colorado is 3rd among U.S. states in treatment centers servicing or accepting access to Recovery (ATR) vouchers. Alaska is ranked one spot worse at spot 4. Iowa is ranked one spot better at spot 2.

    Colorado ranks 4th in treatment centers servicing/accepting sliding fee scale per 100,000 residents. Idaho is ranked one spot worse at spot 5. Wyoming is just 1 spot better, ranked 3 out of the United States.

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    Comparing Grand Junction Recovery Centers As the most populous city of Western Colorado, Grand Junction runs the gamut in terms of positive and negative attributes. Various forms of substance abuse would fall within the negative category, but the problem has been addressed by programs for drug rehab in Grand Junction. Sadly, people often develop problems with drugs while still in their teens.Variations of Rehabilitation Approaches

    Cigarettes and gateway drugs are often first encountered in middle schools, which makes it crucial to intervene when addictions surface in your teenage son or daughter.

    While it's widely known that smoking leads to lung cancer and emphysema, this can all seem light years away to most teenagers. Innocently enough, teens often take up smoking under the false impression that they'll quit long before any problems emerge. As with many habits developed during adolescence, however, early nicotine addiction can last a lifetime.

    In What Age Group Does Smoking Take Root?

    The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) estimates that 440,000 Americans are killed by cigarettes each year. These deaths are often sown by decisions made early in life, as indicated by the overall percentages of teenage smoking.

    According to the NIDA, smoking catches on among teens at the following rates:

    • 6.1 percent smoke by 8th grade
    • 11.8 percent smoke by 10th grade
    • 18.7 percent smoke by 12th grade
    • 10.3 percent of 12th graders smoke "daily"

    NIDA concludes that 90 percent of all smokers start by age 18. Clearly, the smoking population could be drastically reduced if adults set better examples and intervene when necessary upon the formative habits of teenagers.

    Entering a Treatment Clinic in Grand Junction

    If your son or daughter starts smoking in spite of all the cautionary school courses, counseling might be needed at a more advanced level.

    Call our number for more information on the Grand Junction addiction treatment programs that will help your teen live a smoke- and drug-free lifestyle.