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Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Henderson, CO

If abusing drugs or alcohol is draining your bank account and the happiness from your life, Henderson, CO has a number of great drug abuse centers to help you or someone you love. Whether addicted to Tramadol, opiates, painkillers or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get the best help available. You can even find private or exclusive treatment in Henderson to make rehab as easy as possible.

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Local NA/AA Meetings in Henderson, Colorado
Type Meeting Name @ Location Address Details
NA
Church @ Church Westminster, CO, 80036 Wednesday @ 12:00 pm
Tuesday @ 12:00 pm
Monday @ 12:00 pm
Friday @ 12:00 pm
Thursday @ 12:00 pm
Format: Discussion/Participation
NA
Presbyterian Church @ Presbyterian Church Commerce City, CO, 80022 Wednesday @ 7:00 pm Format: Topic, Non-Smoking
NA
The Enclave @ The Enclave 6040 50th Ave, Commerce City, CO, 80022 Thursday @ 7:30 pm Format: Discussion/Participation
NA
Intercession Episcopal Church @ Intercession Episcopal Church 3101 100th Ave, Thornton, CO, 80229 Thursday @ 7:30 pm
NA
Intercession Episcopal Church @ Intercession Episcopal Church 3101 100th Ave, Thornton, CO, 80229 Tuesday @ 10:30 am Format: Discussion/Participation, Non-Smoking
NA
Saint John's Episcopal Church @ Saint John's Episcopal Church Westminster, CO, 80036 Saturday @ 6:30 pm
Wednesday @ 6:30 pm
Sunday @ 6:30 pm
Format: Step
NA
Va Hospital @ VA Hospital Westminster, CO, 80036 Tuesday @ 1:00 pm
Wednesday @ 10:00 am
Format: Discussion/Participation
NA
Dominion Christian Center @ Dominion Christian Center Westminster, CO, 80036 Wednesday @ 12:00 pm
Addiction Therapy after Inpatient Substance Abuse Rehab

The people who need recovery for alcohol or drug abuse the most are often the last ones to see it. Substance abuse interventions gather friends and family to impress upon the user the need to get clean.

What About Luxury Drug Abuse Treatment Centers?

Before recovery can begin, the body must be flushed of the abused substance. This is what detoxing is. Alcohol and many narcotics will leave the addict with unpleasant side effects or withdrawal symptoms once the body has become accustomed to the substance. Medically-assisted detox can diminish the discomfort for anyone seeking to start anew.

Residential Rehabilitation Centers

When inpatient treatment for drug abuse ends, you may not feel like you're ready to be on your own. It's important to have a solid support group if you are to succeed. A continuing course of addiction therapy allows you to go at your own pace. You'll get the benefits of group and individualized meetings and counseling sessions for as long as you need them.