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Millions of people struggle with drug and alcohol addictions. These addictions can range from mild to severe and usually cause a significant disruption to someone’s life.

Alcohol and drug abuse can lead to unhealthy relationships with friends, family, and coworkers and it can be extremely detrimental to your physical and emotional health.

Some of the most common symptom of drug and alcohol addiction include:

  • Unable to limit your consumption of the drug or alcohol
  • Strong cravings for more
  • Failing to meet commitments to friends, family, and work because of your addiction
  • Continuing to feed your addiction even when it causes emotional and physical pain
  • Anxiety or stress caused by not having access to your substance of choice
  • Withdrawal symptoms if you quit or decrease your habit too quickly

At High Country Behavioral Health, we understand that everyone has different needs. That is why we offer two levels of care for clients struggling with drug and alcohol dependency. The first level, outpatient care, is 1-8 hours of individual and group treatment a week. The second level, intensive outpatient care, is 9+ hours of individual and group a week.

Our therapists will meet with you to help you determine the best course of action for your individual treatment.

What Should I Expect from Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment?

We provide a variety of services to help you on your path to sobriety. Some of those include:

  • Substance abuse evaluations using the American Society of Addiction Medicine criteria
  • Outpatient treatment
  • Intensive outpatient treatment
  • Intensive outpatient group therapy
  • Medication-assisted therapy
  • Education and prevention
  • 24-hour crisis intervention

Through the course of your addiction treatment, our therapists will help you identify the root cause of your addiction and provide you with methods to cope with those challenges without the use of drugs or alcohol. They will teach you skills to manage stress, regulate emotions and build healthy relationships that will aide you on your path to long-term recovery.

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