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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Bond, Colorado

If abuse of narcotics is draining your bank account and the happiness from your life, Bond has many top drug abuse centers to help you or someone close to you. Whether addicted to Palladone, opiate drugs, painkillers or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get the greatest help available. You can even find private or exclusive treatment in Bond to make rehab as easy as possible.

Treatment Centers near Bond, CO

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Healing Pines Recovery
Healing Pines Recovery
5550 County Rd 124 Elizabeth, CO 80107
- 112 Miles Away
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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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All Points North Lodge
2205 Cordillera Way Edwards, CO 81632
- 12 Miles Away
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Colorado Counseling
27 Main Street Edwards, CO 81632
- 12 Miles Away
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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Colorado

Denver Recovery Center

Wonderful program with professional and caring staff.

- LJ
5 out of 5
Broomfield, CO

CeDAR - Center for Dependency, Addiction, and Rehabilitation

The staff and food were very supportive. The center is beautiful and well run.

- Megan
5 out of 5
Aurora, CO

All Points North Lodge

I came to APN for severe depression and anxiety, and had a mixed experience. The staff, individual therapists, the facilities, and many of the courses were great. The administration needs to get their act together. That includes aftercare, the lack of which has left many people nearly worse off than when they came in. Anyway, here are the positives: The client support, clinical support, and hospitality staff were incredibly kind and compassionate. They appreciate how big of a deal it is for clients to enter treatment, and to do the work it takes to get better. The amenities and facility really are first class. It feels like a luxury resort. Even the outrageously rich clients (and there are many) were comfortable. The atmosphere between the clients at APN is wonderful. There is no small talk. Everyone is at APN to get better, and you’ll be amazed at how intimately you’ll be able to connect with people. I made lifelong friends who I will cherish forever. Here are some of my mixed experiences: Your primary therapist will play a huge role in what you get out of APN. I adored my shrink. I had sessions at least twice a week, and if I ever had a problem I could go to her. Some other therapists were a lot less available to their clients, and saw them two or three times total during their time at APN. Some of the classes were great, and some were completely useless. The clinical director openly acknowledges this. In addition, the classes have no continuity or set curriculum. They all feel like the first class. You introduce each student, then go over the same basic information. My favorite classes were the art classes, grief and loss, family of origin, schema theory, reiki, CBT, and yoga. Here are the bad… The program is run poorly. Some of the problems that I and many other clients reported to them were bad classes, large group sizes, inability to get into preferred classes, arbitrary rules/punishments, clear preferential treatment to high profile clients, and more. I myself had no medication management, and saw acutely suffering patients unable to get the help they needed from APN. Finally, I left with next to no aftercare. I didn’t want to do Telehealth, or to transition from my regular therapist to an APN Telehealth therapist. It felt like once my dollars were no longer going to APN, it was a wrap on poor depressed little me. I told them that it would be a very significant burden for me to not continue with my primary therapist, but “rules are rules.” Rules are very flexible when they benefit APN, but for the clients who would really benefit from continuing care with a certain therapist, or for people who need help with grief, or who are marooned for a week and a half in an empty room because they got COVID at the facility… you’re on your own kid. I got a lot out of my time in Edwards, much of it despite APN, not because of it.

- diana
4 out of 5
Edwards, CO