Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment
MEDICALLY MONITORED DETOX
What is Detox?
Detox is the process by which harmful substances are removed from the body.
The Detox process can be very uncomfortable emotionally, mentally and physically. It can also be potentially life threatening. The risks associated with Detox increase greatly if the process is not supervised by medical professionals.
Rocky Mountain has experienced and compassionate medical staff on-site 24/7 to ease you through the Detox process.
The staff at Rocky Mountain can assist people in Detoxing off alcohol and a variety of illegal and prescription drugs, including:
Stimulants: Adderall, Amphetamine, Cocaine, Crack Cocaine, Crystal Meth, Dextromethorphan, Ecstasy, Ritalin, Concerta
Benzodiazepines: Ativan, Klonopin, Valium, Xanax
Opiates: Dilaudid, Fentanyl, Heroin, Hydrocodone, Kratom, Morphine, Opium, Oxycodone, Oxycotin, Suboxone, Tramodol, Vicodin
Depressants: Benzodiazepine, Ketamine
Synthetic Drugs: Bath Salts, Flakka, Spice
Overview of Our Treatment Programs:
• 24/7 Medically Monitored Detox
• Drug & Alcohol 30/60/90 Day Intensive Inpatient Treatment Programs
• 24/7 Professional Clinical Support
• Partial Hospitalization / 6 hours per day Monday thru Saturday
• Proven 12-Step Program
• Guided, Supportive and Individualized
• Healthy Nutritional Meals
• Recreational Activities
• Experienced and Compassionate Clinical Team
• Low 3:1 Client to Clinician Ratio
• Equine Assisted Therapy
• Family Counseling
• Optional Spiritual Programs
• Same Day Admissions
• IN-NETWORK with most Insurance Carriers
• Financing Options Available
Why Family Therapy Matters?
Addiction destroys many things – a career, a future, a person’s life – but perhaps one of the most evil things about addiction is that it destroys relationships.
One person’s substance abuse can divide an entire family, as bridges are burned and things said and done that break hearts and cause lasting damage. That is why the family unit plays such a critical role in a person's recovery. A family that gets sick together, must heal together. Often, friends and family members will enable the individual struggling. Through our family program we emphasize education and awareness of the disease and promote family strength and unity.
Therapeutic Benefits of Equine Therapy
In a safe environment, clients learn to face their fears and build confidence in their ability to overcome challenges. People who are intimidated and nervous at first may be surprised to discover how quickly they can process those feelings and find comfort in their relationship with the horse. Empowered by the experience, people develop the confidence to address other fears and transfer these lessons to day-to-day life.
Clients do not have to love horses or have experience working with animals in order to benefit from equine therapy. They simply have to keep an open mind, trust our highly-trained staff, and be willing to move a bit outside their comfort zone.
Horses are soothing, gentle animals. They are straightforward in their interactions. They never lie or manipulate. They do not judge or blame. Their presence alone can be immensely healing. When combined with our innovative therapies, the experience can be transformative.
Benefits of Therapeutic Recreation
Rocky Mountain Treatment Center places an emphasis on Recreational Therapy throughout treatment. Clients do a variety of activities from sports and regular trips to the gym, to arts and crafts, hiking, trips to parks and museums, bowling, karaoke and movies.
Involvement in Recreation Therapy has many benefits, including:
-Reducing depression and anxiety
-Improving coping behaviors
-Reducing stress levels
-Increasing self-concept and self-esteem
-Improving social and communication skills
-Reducing self-abusive and inappropriate behaviors
Holistic Healing in Therapy
We approach addiction treatment by treating the whole person – body, mind, and spirit. During detox your body rids itself of drugs and alcohol, however, being abstinent is not the same as being in recovery. Addiction is a Psychological, Physical, Emotional and Spiritual disease. If the mind and spirit are left untreated, the person is left vulnerable to relapse.
Holistic Therapy has many benefits, including:
- Improves sleep pattern
- Encourages detoxification
- Boosts energy levels
- Enables deep relaxation
- Increases feelings of well-being
- Increases mental clarity
- Alleviates mental fatigue
- Improves concentration
- Eases anxiety & stress
- Balances emotions
- Increases confidence
- Improves connection to the ‘self’
Spirituality is how we find purpose. Spirituality is the key to moving beyond ourselves and the material world we inhabit, and finding love and support from a power greater than ourselves.At Rocky Mountain Treatment Center, we use meditation, music, breathing exercises, connecting with nature, bonding with horses, books, videos, and group discussions to help you discover and deepen your connection with the spirit within. You must choose your own spiritual path and find your own higher power, we are simply here to provide an open and non-judgmental space for you to learn about, question, and develop the spiritual side of yourself.
The Importance of Aftercare
Once each client completes treatment and returns home from Rocky Mountain Treatment Center, aftercare, including medical, psychological, spiritual and vocational services, and the love and connection found in mutual support groups, can help them take their first steps back into everyday life. Rocky Mountain has a dedicated Case Manager, who works with each client throughout treatment to create a specific, detailed and strong aftercare plan.
The Importance of Support Groups
Support groups consist of people who are in a similar situation to our clients – people who have struggled with substance abuse and may have family issues, financial difficulties, problems at work, and a variety of other stressors. Many people in these groups have been through treatment, and have had years or decades discovering how to live life again, one day at a time, one step at a time. Through sharing experiences, successes and setbacks, the members of a support group build each other up to face each day anew.