Drug and Alcohol Rehab Blog
Welcome to the Denver addiction recovery blog. Here you will find great stories and articles concerning addition recovery and other topics. Our authors come from many different backgrounds, education and experience.
All are motivated by a strong desire. A desire to pass on their knowledge and personal experience. Experience with substance use disorders of all types.
Our belief is that addiction recovery is multi-faceted. It incorporates mental, spiritual, and physical health into the continuum of care. We believe that anyone who seeks treatment can recover. Where they live and develop the ability to maintain both physical and emotional sobriety long-term.
We place a strong emphasis on empowering clients. Empowering them with the skills and tools needed to be successful in early recovery.
When we come into sobriety most of us are used to doing things in our own ways, in our own timing, and find that we need to have complete control of everything. Little do we realize what little control we actually do have. Our addiction has the keys to the car, and we are merely […]
Into Action – Where to Start: You found a bottom – one where the pain of your drinking & using has become greater than the fear of what change will take. This is a beautiful place, retrospectively speaking. From this place, you’ll tap into the 3 ingredients that will be the spark to ignite your […]
High Tolerance One of the first signs that someone is drinking too much is that they begin to develop a tolerance. This means that they stop feeling the effects of alcohol, despite how much they drink. One or two drinks may not be enough anymore. If you begin to notice your loved one is drinking […]
Do you have questions about alcohol rehab? Mile High Continuing Care is committed to helping you get answers to all your questions, including those you have regarding insurance coverage and how you can pay for your treatment. Will my insurance cover both rehab, detox, and any post-treatment? The first and most important question is finding […]
If you’re asking yourself this question with a feeling of doom, remorse, or guilt. It may be because your drinking has caused your logical self to ask this question. If everyone around you is telling you that you are, then the answer is, probably. I can’t say definitively yes or no; it’s up to you […]
Alcohol and drug addiction doesn’t just affect the person going through it. You have a network of loved ones who are susceptible to depression, anxiety, and stress when it comes to your condition. Your health and treatment come first, but you need to account for the feelings of your family members as your behavior and […]
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