At Landmark Recovery of Denver, we believe that your treatment plan for your addiction should be unique to you. Our holistic approach to treatment offers personalized but evidence-based programs that are designed to help you, first, through heroin detox, but ultimately to set you up for lifelong success as you address the underlying causes that led to your addiction.
In 2018, Colorado reported 564 opioid-related overdose deaths. This included prescription opioids, but also heroin and synthetic opioids; 233 deaths were due to heroin.1 Unfortunately, the mortality rate remains about the same. In 2020, 226 people died from a heroin overdose in Colorado.2 This may be due, in part, to the lack of individuals abusing heroin actually seeking treatment. In 2017, only 45% of Colorado residents using heroin in seeking treatment for their drug use.
Landmark Recovery offers a full continuum of care for our patients who wish to break free of heroin addiction. Depending on the extent of your needs, we offer detox treatment, residential treatment, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient. What’s more, we aim to treat the specific challenges that lead to your addiction through individual and group therapy, which are proven effective treatments for heroin addiction.3
First, we provide our patients with the opportunity to undergo heroin detox in a safe and secure environment under the care of trained clinical specialists. Our team of trained professionals will provide around-the-clock care and take the necessary measures to keep patients comfortable and pain-free. Patients will be closely monitored throughout the entire detox process and any potential complications, which can become life-threatening if not properly treated.4
Following heroin detox, our patients transition into our evidence-based heroin treatment program. This is because we believe detox is not treatment; we want to equip you with the skills to cope and navigate life sober. Our treatment programs are also tailored to meet our patients’ specific needs. Our therapeutic approach – through individual and group counseling – has proven to teach new habits and healthy behaviors that can prevent relapse.
Even when you graduate from our program, you won’t be transitioning back into the world alone. Landmark Recovery understands that successful treatment does not end the day you leave our facility. For this reason, we have built one of the strongest alumni programs around. Landmark staff – graduates themselves – facilitate meetings and monthly symposiums, which you will have access to post-rehab. You also will be assigned a recovery coach and a written discharge plan, and you can attend our events and programs at no cost to you.
If you or a loved one are ready to overcome an addiction to heroin, please call Landmark Recovery of Denver at (720) 702-9994. This is your next step to recovery. Our sole purpose is to provide you and your family with a bridge to a brighter future – one of sobriety, hope, and health.
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1) National Institute on Drug Abuse (2020). Colorado: Opioid-Involved Deaths and Related Harms.https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/drugfacts/heroinhttps://www.drugabuse.gov/drug-topics/opioids/opioid-summaries-by-state/colorado-opioid-involved-deaths-related-harms
2) Drug Rehab Services (2021). Heroin Treatment in Colorado.https://www.addicted.org/heroin-treatment-colorado.html
3) National Institute on Drug Abuse. What are the treatments for heroin use disorder?https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/research-reports/heroin/what-are-treatments-heroin-use-disorder
4) Darke S, Larney S, Farrell M. Yes, people can die from opiate withdrawal. Addiction. 2017;112(2):199-200.https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/add.13512