Rehab Centers Welcomes InnerBalance Health Center to the Directory of Colorado Drug and Alcohol Treatment Centers
InnerBalance Health Center of Loveland, Colorado has recently been added to the Rehab Centers directory of drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers to provide greater access to addiction treatment services for those in Colorado and across the United States.
InnerBalance Health Center can help you with your drug treatment!
Recently, InnerBalance Health Center decided to join the Rehab Centers team and list the services offered at its Loveland, Colorado drug and alcohol treatment facility to provide greater access to treatment for those suffering from an addiction to drugs or alcohol. The decision to list the drug addiction treatment services of InnerBalance Health Center in the Rehab Centers directory is expected to help get the word out about the drug and alcohol addiction treatment offerings in Colorado.
InnerBalance Health Center provides biochemical renewal through intensive inpatient drug and alcohol treatment that addresses all aspects of the recovery process and is followed by a full year of aftercare for optimal success and reduced chances of relapse. The drug and alcohol treatment program at the InnerBalance Health Center Loveland, Colorado facility is designed to offer a unique medical approach to addiction treatment that leaves patients empowered to make better decisions and to feel strong and healthy without worry and free from cravings.
About InnerBalance Health Center
InnerBalance Health Center provides luxurious accommodations that allow clients to recovery from drug and alcohol addiction comfortably. Residential drug and alcohol treatment as well as outpatient drug treatment options are available at the facility. The InnerBalance residential facility, located at 1414 West 28th. Street in Loveland, Colorado provides five start lodging for all residents.
The drug and alcohol treatment program at InnerBalance Health Center is limited to small groups of clients so all clients are offered the opportunity for one-on-one attention and support from board certified physicians and clinical staff. Patients at InnerBalance Health Center are treated with dignity and respect. A personal approach is taken to monitor the individual progress of all patients throughout the duration of the drug and alcohol treatment program.
The InnerBalance Drug and Alcohol Treatment Approach
InnerBalance Health Center takes a unique approach to drug and alcohol addiction treatment. The addiction treatment program at InnerBalance incorporates Biochemical repair, talk therapy, personalized nutritional counseling and emotional lifestyle counseling for a balanced approach to substance abuse treatment. Research shows that clients who suffer from substance abuse are up to three times more likely to recover and achieve sobriety with the combination approach that InnerBalance takes to substance abuse treatment than those who undergo traditional “talk-therapy” alone.
For more information about the InnerBalance Health Center approach to drug and alcohol addiction treatment or for substance abuse treatment in Colorado, contact InnerBalance Health Center at 800-481-6320 or visit the InnerBalance Health Center website at InnerBalanceHealthCenter.com
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