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ADDICTIONS WE TREAT

Peaks Recovery Centers offers rehabilitation and addiction
treatment programs for substance abuse and alcohol addictions.

TYPES OF ADDICTION

Peaks Recovery is pleased to provide in-depth and up to date addiction info about drug and alcohol recovery in Colorado. Whether you want to learn about the early signs of addiction, interventions, detox, rehab, or aftercare, we want to become Colorado’s leading source of information. Check out our expanding selection of addiction guides below to get the information you need to make the right decision regarding your recovery.

DRUG ADDICTION TREATMENT

The largest users and abusers of drugs and alcohol in America are young adults between the ages of 18-26. The premier drug of choice after the age of 30 is alcohol. Men use drugs and alcohol in greater quantities and frequencies than women. Peaks understands the unique differences between patient demographics.

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ALCOHOL ADDICTION TREATMENT

Over 65 million Americans binge drink. The consequences for this behavior vary wildly across age groups and gender. For 14.5 million Americans this behavior results in Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD). Only 8% of which will make it into a treatment program this year. Peaks Recovery can help.

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HEROIN ADDICTION TREATMENT

Heroin is one of the most lethal drugs; especially for intravenous heroin users. 20% of all overdose deaths in prior years are associated with heroin alone. Given that the drug can abruptly end a person’s life, anyone reading this should treat the condition as a medical emergency and seek help right away. The heroin/ opioid epidemic is real and heroin addiction is a serious disorder.

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OPIOID ADDICTION TREATMENT

65% of all overdose deaths in the United States are directly attributable to opioid abuse. Peaks Recovery is witness to the devastating tole these drugs have taken on individuals and family systems alike. Abusing opioids should be treated as a medical emergency. Do not hesitate to get help!

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STIMULANT ADDICTION TREATMENT

Stimulants have an alluring effect that creates a propensity for ongoing use that will sometimes lead to an addiction. In the case of addiction, the mind becomes reliant on the drugs to function. Undoing this reliance takes time and Peaks Recovery can help.

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PRESCRIPTION ADDICTION TREATMENT

Prescriptions can have adverse interactions with other drugs or existing medical conditions, and can also be addictive if not regulated. Prescription drug overdoses represent roughly 15% of all overdose deaths in America.

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MARIJUANA ADDICTION TREATMENT

Marijuana can create significant mental health concerns for individuals who smoke or ingest the drug in significant quantities, day-after-day. Marijuana is not intended to be ingested 24 hours a day 7 days a week. It’s a recreational drug that should be used recreationally—not as a coping mechanism for all of life’s activities and events.

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OVER THE COUNTER ADDICTION TREATMENT

Many over the counter medications, ones that you can buy in a store without a doctor’s prescription, can be extremely addicting and even life threatening. Unlike other drugs, this addiction aligns more closely with process addiction outcomes.

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DUAL DIAGNOSIS TREATMENT

Peaks Recovery is a complete Dual Diagnosis Addiction Treatment Facility.

Our program supports individuals seeking ongoing drug and alcohol addiction treatment services alongside the treatment of most co-occurring mental health disorders. If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, drug or alcohol abuse, with or without the presence of mental illness, you are not alone. Our Clinical staff Specialties cover a wide range of Mental Health disorders so recovery can encompass the individual as a whole.

DUAL DIAGNOSIS & MENTAL HEALTH

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MEN’S ADDICTION PROGRAM

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WOMEN’S ADDICTION PROGRAM

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