Substance use disorder is increasingly common. People from all walks of life struggle with drug and alcohol use every day. At Northpoint Colorado, we focus on compassionate, flexible support to help those ready for recovery.
Northpoint Colorado’s Loveland clinic provides inpatient and outpatient programs for substance use disorder. To learn more about our Colorado-based substance use disorder treatments programs, call us now at 970.579.4569 for a free assessment.
What Is Substance Use Disorder?
Substance use disorder is a clinically diagnosed term for substance addiction. When a person uses drugs or alcohol habitually, despite suffering negative consequences, they are living with substance use disorder. Unfortunately, substance use is common across the US and here in Colorado. Prolonged stress, unresolved drama, natural disasters, and fear of failure all contribute to an increase in drug and alcohol use.
When someone’s drinking or drug use interferes with their lives, they may develop an addiction. A drug or alcohol addiction changes a person’s brain chemistry, causing painful withdrawal when a substance leaves their system. This is the brain’s normal reaction to chemical changes. Common signs of substance use disorder include:
- Trouble sleeping
- Erratic behavior
- Drug cravings
- Changes in appetite
- Lack of interest
- Changes in work or school performance
- Mood swings
- Changes in relationships
- Financial problems
- Changes in personal hygiene, diet, etc.
Despite common assumptions, most people living with substance use disorder maintain jobs, school, and family life. Over time, however, the effects of substance use disorder take a toll on mental, physical, and emotional health.
Northpoint Colorado’s Substance Use Disorder Treatment Programs
At Northpoint Recovery, we aim to provide substance disorder treatment for our community. Based in Loveland, CO, we provide care for the greater Denver metro area with a range of programs. Our patients enjoy the flexibility of both inpatient and outpatient programs. These programs include:
Intensive Outpatient Program
Our IOP are available in-person and online. Patients visit the clinic daily but return home at night to sleep. This program provides effective support while allowing clients the highest level of flexibility.
Our 64-bed Loveland clinic provides intimate, one-on-one detox recovery. Residents enjoy 28 days of medically supervised detox and recovery. With private rooms, onsite gym, and extensive therapy programs, residents receive the care they need to jumpstart sobriety.
Partial Hospitalization Program
PHP rehab is the perfect option for people who want more support than an IOP but still want to sleep at home. Requiring patients to visit the clinic several hours a day, our PHP program helps clients establish schedules, prioritize sobriety, and recovery safely with medical and psychiatric care.
No matter the level of care you need, Northpoint Recovery is here to help. With extensive 12-step programs, aftercare planning, and family therapy, Northpoint Colorado can help you and your family achieve sobriety on your schedule.
Reach Out to Northpoint Colorado Today
At Northpoint, we believe in individualized treatment and care. We know each patient’s addiction experience is their own. So is their recovery. Our programs treat the following substance use disorders:
- Meth addiction
- Marijuana addiction
- OxyContin addiction
- Heroin addiction
- Fentanyl addiction
- Co-occurring disorders
- Cocaine addiction
- Alcohol addiction
Today, most people living with addiction also suffer from co-occurring disorders. Our holistic and comprehensive therapy programs help clients recover their mental health on the road to sobriety.
Northpoint is here to help Colorado recover from substance abuse disorders. If you or someone you love is struggling with drugs and alcohol, don’t wait. Call Northpoint Colorado today. Attempting to detox at home can be dangerous and even fatal. Northpoint Recovery can help.
Take the first steps towards recovery today. Call us now at 970.579.4569 for a free assessment.