The Colorado West Regional Mental Health Department has teamed up with Mind Springs to offer a comprehensive treatment option for those suffering from addiction…
The Colorado West Regional Mental Health Department has teamed up with Mind Springs to offer a comprehensive treatment option for those suffering from addiction to alcohol or other controlled substances. This treatment program for alcohol and opioid abuse in the region is comprehensive, innovative, and technology-based. Mind Springs is a faith-based rehabilitation facility that provides a variety of therapies, including spiritual guidance, nutrition, exercise, meditation, and mindfulness. A portion of every treatment payment is used for providing education about the disease of addiction and recovery to patients and their families. Inpatient services at the Colorado West Regional Mental Health Department include detoxification, medication management, life skills development, group therapy, and social work. Outpatient services are offered by a team of psychiatrists and psychologists, along with the addition of a medical nurse and social worker on staff.
If you are addicted to alcohol or drugs and feel that you need help, please contact the Colorado West Regional Mental Health Department. If you or a loved one wants to seek treatment, please contact them at least two weeks in advance. They will be able to work with you and your medical care provider to find a drug treatment plan that is right for you. Please do not delay getting help if you or someone you love needs help on a serious matter of mental health.
Mental health and substance abuse treatment can be very complex and should not be entered into without careful planning. Please contact the Colorado West Regional Mental Health Department at (303) 925-6200. During the first visit, they will ask about your history of substance abuse or alcoholism, mental health, family history of drug or alcohol abuse, and life goals. They will also determine if you meet the state requirements for receiving detox. Please contact the mental health department for more information.