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.
Mile High Continuing Care Chief Clinical Officer Sarah Zubrin spoke with Kevin Torres with FOX 31 (KDVR-TV) and Colorado’s Own Channel 2 (KWGN-TV) about the real problem of Colorado parents’ increased alcohol consumption during the pandemic. Silent Epidemic Zubrin says there is a silent epidemic right here in front of our faces. An epidemic that […]
Early recovery is important as it can determine the trajectory of the rest of your recovery. There are important things to pay attention to. Mile High Continuing Care can help. We’ll take a look at a few things to keep in mind while you’re in early recovery. Avoid High-Risk Situations It’s important during your entire […]
Are you unsure about your health and the possibility of addiction? Sometimes the signs are not so obvious and it takes outside circumstances to make it clear to you. Below are some instances that mean it’s time to look into contacting a rehab facility and get professional help for your condition. How do you contact […]
The holidays can be a joyful and exciting time for many, but for those in alcohol or drug recovery, it can be a difficult time as well. Unhealthy eating, financial strain, and the stress of seeing family can provide an easy opportunity for relapse. Unfortunately, the holidays can put your sobriety and relapse prevention at […]
Accepting that you have a problem with alcohol is an important step in overcoming your addiction. After accepting your alcohol use disorder, you should then find a rehab center to aid in your sobriety. Unfortunately, the idea of rehab can be very scary. This means that you may need to identify the different aspects that […]
If you are struggling with any type of addiction, you may have been looking at the different recovery options available to you. Along with inpatient rehab, there is also outpatient rehab. The main difference primarily lies in where you sleep, and the intensity of your care. Addiction can be hard, but recovery can be a […]
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