Footprints to Recovery — located in Centennial outside of Denver, Colorado — nurtures a safe environment in which our clients can safely recover from drugs and alcohol. With the support of peers and our experts, program participants can leverage various resources and therapeutic treatments to get them on track towards sober living. Rehabilitation from addiction is not easy, but you don’t have to do it alone.
Our Denver-area team consists of licensed psychologists, Masters level clinicians, and wellness experts focused on helping individuals overcome addiction. We partner with program participants to identify the therapeutic treatments that best fit address clients’ drug and alcohol abuse, as well as underlying emotional or psychological triggers for the destructive behavior.
By treating all physical and psychological conditions concurrently, we set up our clients for lasting sobriety. What’s more, we help participants strike a balance between their recovery and other responsibilities by offering numerous types of drug and alcohol rehabilitation, including partial hospitalization and outpatient treatment.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR): EMDR is a valuable form of psychotherapy that provides relief from symptoms and the emotional effects related to traumatic experiences.
Providing drug and alcohol treatment to active duty, retired and reserve military personnel, as well as their beneficiaries around the country.
Myth 1: Addiction is a disease, there’s nothing that can be done about it.
Fact: Most experts agree, addiction is a disease that affects the brain; however, that does not mean that anyone is helpless. The brain changes associated with addiction can be treated and reversed through the use of therapy, medication, exercise or other treatments.
Myth 2: Without hitting rock bottom, you can’t get better.
Fact: Treatment and recovery can begin at any point in the addiction process – the earlier the better. Don’t wait to intervene until you or your loved one has lost everything.
Myth 3: Treatment did not help before, there is no point in going again.
Fact: Drug addiction recovery is a process, one that often involves setbacks. If you did not find treatment successful before it does not mean that sobriety is a lost cause. Relapse can be used as a signal to get back on track. Many individuals find success by going back to treatment and adjusting the treatment approach.
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