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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Simla, Colorado

If illicit or prescription drug dependence is negatively impacting your professional and personal life, Simla has a variety of great drug abuse centers to help you or a loved one. Whether addicted to Chlordiazepoxide, opiate drugs, painkillers or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get the best-quality help available. You can even find private or exclusive treatment in Simla to make rehabilitation as easy as possible.

Treatment Centers near Simla, CO

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Healing Pines Recovery
Healing Pines Recovery
5550 County Rd 124 Elizabeth, CO 80107
- 32 Miles Away
Services Offered
Dual-Diagnosis Treatment
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Treatment Philosophy
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

AspenRidge Recovery

I was there for alcohol dependency and the change of lifestyle that I needed was learned in sober living. I did not consider myself a patient for psychotherapy. Lack of information under the programs controls.I fought through it, completed the program and it's now not my concern. Just an FYI.

- Michael
3.7 out of 5
Lakewood, CO

Crossroads' Turning Points, Inc.

They were caring and helpful. A weakness was that it was too far away from home town My brother got excellent treatment in their care. I would recommend them to anyone.

- Anonymous
4.5 out of 5
Pueblo, CO

All Points North Lodge

It’s a beautiful facility, five stars there. One star for everything else, except for the food! Fine dining, room service, nice amenities, really great staff and decent treatment. But I have to drop this by so many stars due to the constant lack of communication between therapists, lack of known individual therapy sessions per week or ever changing, mix ups constantly With medication charts, no emdr, only “secret” accudetox needling, overwhelmed and understaffed nurses and medical team, confusing and lack of care psychiatry and only One time a week medical talk with actual dr that was a zoom call, no golf or tennis, and o Lordy the phone rules…. phone for business or not while we are there…? One guy there needed his phone for business, and the only way he could use it was a new rule all of a sudden where could pay $10,000 and then it was suddenly allowed. This was not the case for all people there. BIGGEST PERSONAL ISSUE: They claimed that my insurance was probably going to be denied so they didn’t bother submitting at all. With behavior health being so important these days I called my insurance company after my stay and they said that The facility should have submitted it. Now they are saying they are not even willing to try, or “back bill” it. It took almost 3 weeks to get this answer out of them after calling over and over emailing etc. and now it’s the end of the year and I feel like I’m screwed out of money I could have saved. They also promised to send the itemized bill that I could submit to my insurance numerous times, and I have yet to receive that months later, and I am simply expecting not too. Overall, it was a glamorous rehabilitation that was very comfortable, and I really love some of the treatments and therapists there, but it was over-priced and it’s overrated based on my experience.

- Ashley
4 out of 5
Edwards, CO