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The Raleigh House of Hope Philosophy
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.
Areas of Specialization
Alcohol Addiction Treatment
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
Cocaine is an escalating addiction. The more you do it the stronger and faster the addiction becomes. If you use cocaine frequently and any of the following warning signs of cocaine addiction sound like you, then you may want to consider treatment: I suffer from anxiety and/or depression I plan my day around cocaine use I choose cocaine over hobbies and interests, or lose interest in regular activities I harm others to get cocaine (stealing, lying, breaking the law) I make regretful decisions while under the influence of cocaine I consistently ask for money without the ability to repay it I engage in other high risk behaviors
Heroin Drug Rehab
To beat a heroin dependence, addicts must face the toughest challenge of addiction: admitting that they have a problem. Denying an addiction can quickly lead to overdosing, and maybe even death. If you or a loved one has a problem with heroin abuse, there are common signs of heroin dependence that can be recognized. If any of the following warning signs of heroin abuse sound like you, then you may want to consider treatment: I wear long sleeves to cover my arms I have tiny pupils I often nod off during the day I have slow breathing I repeatedly scratch myself I have slurred speech I have missing or burnt spoons I often steal and lie
Ecstasy Addiction Treatment
The first challenge that all addicts must face to overcome an ecstasy abuse problem is admitting that they need help. Often, addicts deny that they have an addiction, which can lead to an overdose or even death. If you or a loved one has a problem with ecstasy abuse, there are common warning signs of ecstasy use that can be recognized. If any of the following warning signs of ecstasy abuse sound like you, then you may want to consider treatment: I have unusually high levels of energy I seek high levels of stimulation I act abnormally friendly I frequently have nausea I have dilated pupils I frequently clench my jaw I am easily overheated
To overcome an LSD abuse problem, all addicts must admit that they have a problem and that they need help. Often, addicts struggle with accepting that they have an addiction, which is a leading cause to overdoses and even death. If you or a loved one has a problem with LSD abuse, there are common warning signs of LSD use that can be identified. If you or a loved one regularly use LSD and any of the following warning signs of LSD addiction sound like you, then you may want to consider treatment: I suffer from depression I suffer from anxiety/panic I often experience loss of appetite I experience tremors I have dilated pupils I have or experience distorted perceptions/hallucinations I am irritable
Meth Addiction Treatment
Perhaps the most difficult part of beating a crystal meth addiction is admitting that you need rehabilitation. Often, addicts refuse to believe that they have an addiction, which often leads to overdose and even death. If you or a loved one regularly use crystal meth and any of the following warning signs of meth addiction sound like you, then you may want to consider treatment: I don’t sleep for long periods of time I experience mood swings I quickly lose my appetite I lose money or valuables or frequently borrow money I lose a lot of weight at a quick pace I fidget and talk excessively I am nervous and anxious
Painkiller Addiction Treatment
The most difficult part of beating a pain pill addiction may be recognizing that you have a problem. Often, addicts refuse to believe that they need rehabilitation, which can lead to overdose and even death. Painkillers are especially dangerous because they often lead to heroin abuse, making it critical to recognize and treat a painkiller addiction. If you or a loved one abuse pain pills and any of the following warning signs of painkiller addiction sound like you, then you may want to consider treatment: I consume pills not prescribed by a doctor I continue to use pills after pain has subsided I often appear sedated I have shallow or slow breathing I have small pupils I experience nausea and vomiting I have itching or flushed skin I have constipation I slur my speech I have states of confusion
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.
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!
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.
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.
Meet the Staff
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 doesto 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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ABOUT THE RALEIGH HOUSE
Set in the residential community of Arvada, Colo., a suburb of Denver, The Raleigh House offers an integrated 90-day treatment program and outpatient services for adults struggling with chemical dependency and co-occurring mental health disorders. Detox services are available on-site.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
According to the facility's website, upon program admission, clients undergo an initial psychiatric, substance abuse, and nutritional assessment. If necessary, a medical staff advises and oversees medication-assisted therapy.
Although the program recommends 12-step fellowship, clients may also attend alternative support groups. In addition to peer group involvement, clients participate in one-on-one therapy, specialized group counseling sessions, and life skills training.
Emphasizing peer support, The Raleigh House’s program combines 12-step immersion with evidence-based treatment, holistic methods, and recreational activities to promote healthy, long-term lifestyle changes.
The Raleigh House emphasizes recreational and leisure activities to promote healthy lifestyle changes, offering opportunities for indoor rock climbing, boxing, CrossFit, and yoga. The treatment center also facilitates outings to events in Denver, and clients may elect to become involved with various community charities and services.
The center's website notes the treatment team includes a multidisciplinary team of nurses, psychiatrists, master’s level counselors, and dieticians.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
The facility's website indicates the residential facility has 28 beds and consists of three renovated houses located in the Highlands area of Denver. Clients share bright, modern rooms and each home has a full kitchen and dining area.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Rehabs.com has yet to receive any reviews from this facility’s former clients. However, the 23 people who left reviews on the center's Facebook page, which the treatment center has the ability to manage, at the time of this writing provided an average 4.6 out of five stars.
Multiple people provided five star reviews, and six people left positive feedback. "I was broken. This place took me in and mended me back to health. They steered me in a good physical and emotional direction," Mikayla wrote in a representative review.
"Hate your website so much. It could not be any more fake feeling and sounding. "not your typical rehab" ... no doubt ... no doubt....," Ryan wrote in the only one star review with commentary.
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
The two loved ones surveyed by Rehabs.com at the time of this writing gave The Raleigh House positive reviews.
Both awarded the facility mostly four and five out of five stars across 15 different evaluated metrics, including its counseling options, the staff’s level of training and experience, the exercise and leisure activities, and its connectivity.
“The Raleigh House was exceptional at providing guidance and helping through the entire process,” said one anonymous loved one in a representative review.
WHAT STAFF SAY
The three loved ones questioned by Rehabs.com at the time of this writing provided positive feedback. They all gave five out of five stars when asked if they would recommend the treatment center and the staff's level of training and experience.
"They use a balance of holistic healing and nutritional approach to recovery," a staff member wrote in a representative review.
The Raleigh House’s program fees start at $25,000 per month and $75,000 for 90 days. Private insurance is accepted and financial assistance is available to clients who qualify.
Published on August 2017
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