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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Near Last Chance, Colorado

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Treatment Centers near Last Chance, CO

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Healing Pines Recovery
Healing Pines Recovery
5550 County Rd 124 Elizabeth, CO 80107
- 62 Miles Away
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Healing Pines Recovery from Todalen Marketing & Media on Vimeo. Healing Pines Recovery is a high-end residential treatment center on a 40-acre ranch. A boutique style setting where we welcome a small group of men at a time for highly personalized care. Healing Pines Recovery treats addiction and dual diagnoses with evidence-based therapies, detox, medication-assisted treatment, and various holistic therapies. Men meet 1:1 with a licensed therapist several times a week, and weekly with a psychiatrist. Evidence-Based Care for Men’s Unique Needs Healing Pines Recovery creates a safe, accepting space for men to connect and navigate challenges. Their masters-level clinicians lead evidence-based therapies in 1:1 and group settings, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), and 12-Step and non-12-Step support groups. Healing Pines Recovery uses evidence-based therapies to treat addiction at its roots and any co-occurring mental illnesses, traumas, and stress. Holistic Healing in Nature Men at Healing Pines Recovery enjoy daily holistic and experiential therapies, including physical labor on the ranch. Clients can regularly visit on-site donkeys and dogs. Off site, men can enjoy equine therapy and animal-assisted therapy with llamas, goats, and more. Healing Pines Recovery’s other experiential therapies include hiking, fishing, snowboarding, pickleball, basketball, snowshoeing, mountain biking, and pottery, among others. Family-Wide Recovery Healing Pines Recovery provides weekly family therapy and visitation hours. Loved ones can come on-site each Sunday to visit, privately meet with a family therapist, or have a family therapy session with the therapist and their loved ones. Healing Pines Recovery also allows tech use so men can stay in contact with family and any urgent work needs. After completing residential treatment, Healing Pines Recovery connects clients to further care—like intensive outpatient, sober living, or outpatient services.
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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Colorado

Jaywalker Lodge

Strengths: Step 1 and building recovery capital. Weaknesses: Aftercare. This place saved my life after numerous attempts to get sober. Eternally grateful to the staff and the program

- Ryan
5 out of 5
Carbondale, CO

AIM House, LLC

AIM is a good program with quality staff that understands the struggles and needs of its participants. I feel like I personally gained and learned more about myself during my time as a participant there than I did in my primary care. However; the program is only really suited to help those who WANT to be there. Many participants who "checked out" or saw it as a temporary stop before returning to their everyday lives seem to have struggled after leaving the program. They didn't take things like groups seriously and made little effort actually to improve themselves while being there, and my most considerable criticism of their work is that they do not try to change this mentality while there. It makes it harder for those who are actually trying to gain something from the experience when half the participants spend nearly every day criticizing the program simply because they do not want to be there or do not wish to be sober. That being said, for those who take advantage of all AIM has to offer, I can't think of a better place to transition back into the world. Many staff members have been through treatment themselves and work to help participants navigate the world post-treatment as well as provide them with numerous resources to help them succeed in their time after leaving AIM, everything from helping participants get into college, helping them with job placement, and continuing mentorship and therapy after leaving if they so choose. It has been some time since I was there myself, so it is possible things have changed in terms of the attitudes of participants, but I'll always be grateful for my time there. I believe if it wasn't for AIM supporting and encouraging me the way they did at such a critical point in my life I would have been a lot worse off today.

- Travis
4.7 out of 5
Boulder, CO

Red Rock Recovery Center

Red Rock saved my life. Because they integrated the 12 steps in the programming I was able to build a sober network outside of the treatment center. This set me up for success when competing the program.

- Samantha
5 out of 5
Lakewood, CO