As the founder of this addiction rehab center, I want to help others who might be going through a situation like mine. That’s why I’m inviting anyone who is currently struggling with addiction or you know someone who does to reach out the The Raleigh House of Hope. Since I experienced addiction and treatment first hand; I built The Raleigh House of Hope as program that didn’t just focus on treating the actual chemical dependency. Rather, I wanted to create a program based on a philosophy of treating all the systems that impact – and are impacted by – addiction.
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- Medicare is not Accepted
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At The Raleigh House, our priority is the needs of our clients. Our clinical staff provides a high level of quality care within a client focused approach. Our treatment philosophy encourages, motivates and supports clients in exploring their strengths and limitations to begin the healing process from addiction, trauma and other co-occurring disorders. Located in beautiful Denver, Colorado, we treat a wide array of addictions & incorporate treatment for dual diagnosis disorders. We work with a variety of different insurance types, and do our best to help you or your loved one get treatment. To learn more about our program, call (720) 891-4657 and we will help determine what type of program is right for you or your loved one.
The Raleigh House of Hope Reviews and Ratings Details
The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.
Reviews at a Glance
- Alcohol Addiction Treatment
At The Raleigh House, clients can have a greater chance at success by healing in a nurturing, home-like setting. Located just minutes from downtown Denver, our alcohol rehab program offers: Multiple levels of care – enables clients to heal at their own pace High staff-to-client ratio – clients receive greater care and attention Strong recovery community –frequent one-on-one therapy and group therapy within a strong cultural and social environment Structured Recreation – yoga, boxing, rock climbing, swimming and hiking Experiential work – expressive art therapy, trauma release therapy, and cooking lessons Work with medical and social detox centers – will transfer to and from if necessary Amino acid therapy – can regulate discomfort and cravings during and after the recovery process
- Cocaine Addiction Treatment
The first step on the road to recovery from cocaine addiction is building a strong, supportive relationship with your therapist and the clinical team. Group and individual sessions focus on learning more about yourself, your addiction and your relationships. These sessions give clients a safe container to express emotions while learning new, healthy coping skills. Groups are held daily and individual sessions are determined between the client and their primary therapist.
- Heroin Drug Rehab
Healing from heroin addiction begins with building a strong, supportive relationship with your therapist and the clinical team. This is important because a heroin addict’s ability to process information is negatively impacted by heavy heroin use. Coping with stress is extremely difficult for heroin addicts and effects their decision making skills. Group and individual sessions focus on building self-awareness and improving basic cognitive functioning that heroin has affected. These sessions are a great time and place to begin making behavioral changes and learn new, healthy coping skills. Groups are held daily and individual sessions are determined between the client and their primary therapist.
- Ecstasy Addiction Treatment
In order to recover from Ecstasy abuse, the healing starts with building a strong, supportive relationship with your master’s level therapist and clinical team. Group and individual sessions focus on rebuilding the aspects of life that ecstasy addiction has damaged such as mental health, physical health and relationships. These sessions are places to begin making behavioral changes and learn new, healthy coping skills. Groups are held daily and individual sessions are determined between the client and their primary therapist.
- LSD Treatment
LSD is believed to affect your brain’s response to serotonin, which is a neurotransmitter that controls your emotions, moods and perceptions. At The Raleigh House, group and individual therapy sessions are places to discover how to cope in a healthy way while making behavioral changes. These sessions focus on building self-awareness, emotional maturity and mood stabilization. Groups are held daily and individual sessions are determined between the client and their primary therapist.
- Meth Addiction Treatment
Meth abuse disrupts brain functionality and normal activities. Group and individual therapy sessions focus on gaining awareness and properly addressing the chemical imbalances occurring in the brain. These sessions work towards behavioral changes and healthy coping mechanisms. Groups are held daily and individual sessions are determined between the client and their primary therapist.
- Painkiller Addiction Treatment
Opioids are often abused to get an intoxicating high that relieves anxiety and emotional pain. Once someone is dependent on a painkiller to cope with their emotions, the discontinuance of use can cause severe anxiety. Group and individual therapy sessions are offered at The Raleigh House, which focuses on educating the client by teaching them new and healthy coping skills while making behavioral changes. Groups are held daily and individual sessions are determined between the client and their primary therapist.
- PCP Addiction Rehab Program
Quitting the use PCP will inevitably cause some ongoing effects or symptoms. It is normal to experience these for a short to extended period of time. Some clients may experience anxiety, memory problems, confusion, weight loss and suicidal thoughts. If you or a loved one begin experiencing these symptoms in treatment, your clinical team and the additional Raleigh House staff will be here to walk you through these symptoms to ensure you feel safe and comfortable at our treatment center.
- Stimulant (Adderall) Addiction Treatment
When recovering from stimulant addiction, you or your loved one will build a strong, supportive relationship with your master’s level therapist and the clinical team. Group and individual therapy sessions focus on gaining awareness between the mind and body and strengthening the desire to change. These sessions are a safe container to begin making behavioral changes and learn new, healthy coping skills. Groups are held daily and individual sessions are determined between the client and their primary therapist.
- Sedative (Xanax) Addiction Treatment
Quitting the abuse of a sedative can be concerning as one may experience unpleasant symptoms such as depression and suicidal thoughts, aggression, restlessness and hallucinations. It is normal to experience ongoing effects even after the abuse has ended. These can last for a few days or up to a few months. Your clinical team will walk you through these symptoms if you begin experiencing them in treatment. The Raleigh House staff will make sure you are feeling safe and comfortable every step of the way. All clients will receive a thorough psychiatric, nursing and medical assessment upon admission. Individual therapists work with the client to create and implement treatment plans individualized to the client’s specific needs and goals for treatment.
- Synthetic Marijuana Addiction Treatment
Synthetic marijuana can leave residue in the body for a long time, which can cause bodily damage when use is heavily repeated. Due to drug residue, it is normal to experience ongoing effects of the drug after discontinued use. Clients may experience foggy perceptions, migraines and depression. Your clinical team will walk you through these symptoms if you begin experiencing them in treatment. The Raleigh House staff will make sure you are safe and comfortable throughout the entire healing process. All clients will receive a thorough psychiatric, nursing and medical assessment upon admission. Individual therapists work with the client to create and implement treatment plans individualized to the client’s specific needs and goals for treatment.
Raleigh house of hope is truly a place of god and a life savor to anyone struggling in there life of addition. the staff are the most professional, caring and experienced group of individuals that anyone who has the chance to work with are truly blessed. the counselors are a god sent and this facility could and will save your life. i strongly recommend the Raleigh house of hope to any person struggling and to get the most out of the people that are here to help.Mary Bannigan
I flew to Denver from the east coast for treatment. I had been to 10 other treatments before in my life, all with limited success. I successfully finished treatment at Raleigh House and am 93 days clean! The approach to the health/medical aspect help me get my diet in order and my physical exercise increased with boxing, rock wall climbing and sporting activities at the park on the weekend. I lived at 3 locations while in treatment and all were very nice and comfortable. The chef who prepared healthy meals was amazing at cooking and made me feel at home. I worked with a nutritionist who custom tailored a plan for my needs which dramatically improved how I was feeling with energy, stomach issues and sleep. The psychiatrist and nurse were very understanding of my pre-existing medical considerations and always around to help me and answer my questions. One of the directors took time to sit with me at the lake and talk to me personally when I was stressed out at the beginning of treatment! The groups were informative and helped me look at myself and issues I was facing. Staff helped me prepare for my future and getting signed up for school in the pursuit of my career path. Overall, I had a great experience and would recommend Raleigh House to anyone struggling with addiction and wants help!Joe D
I was a client at The Raleigh House for 6 months before I became a staff member. I am so thrilled that I now get to work in this amazing environment with incredible people! The staff here cares so much about the clients and their top priority is always the safety of the group. It truly feels like a family here. While in sober living, I got to work with MaryAnn as my therapist. Her insight and straight-forward approach to healing was exactly what I needed. With her help I was able to grow so much as a person- and continue to every day. I would recommend this place for someone who is looking for an intimate, intensive treatment program that focuses on community, honesty, and healing of the underlying issues of addicts & alcoholics.Brooke Conrad
This place has given me so much. I have learned an incredible amount of information on the disease of addiction. I have been to other treatment centers that babied me and told me everything was going to be okay. At the Raleigh House of Hope they call you on your bull $h!t and give you honest feedback. The goal is to make you aware of what is holding you back from leading a healthy life. Although it is hard to hear at times it helps you grow more then you can comprehend. Treatment only works if you want it. I have connected so well with whom I call Spirit(God) and have never been able to do this working any other program. The therapists all come from different backgrounds and have great things to offer. If you want your sobriety get your butt in here. This place is amazing.Lynsey Parker
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