Ascent Clinical services

Taking recovery one day at a time

WHAT WE DO

Levels of Care

When it comes to addiction treatment, there are several levels of care one may expect to receive.

Clinical Services

We have created a carefully designed clinical curriculum based on the belief that recovery is a process of addition, not subtraction.

Types of Therapy

Our clinical program emphasizes the use of one or more of these research based therapeutic programs to help heal our clients who have an array of underlying conditions that might have led to their addictive behaviors.

Mental Health

We believe it is paramount that substance abuse programs provide dual diagnosis treatment to address both the substance use disorder and any underlying mental health conditions.

Family Program

We are here to help family members navigate the difficult waters of recovery so they can advocate their needs and still be supportive to the people they care about.

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WHAT WE TREAT

ALCOHOL

OPIATES

CANNABIS

COCAINE

METH

Contact us today to learn more about our treatment center and how we can assist you or a loved one in your recovery.

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Denver Sober Living

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What Is Regret?

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What Is A Functional Addict?

What Is A Functional Addict? Functional addicts are incredibly prevalent in our society. According to researchers at the NIAAA, approximately 20% people with alcohol use disorder qualify as functional. For a myriad of reasons, high functioning addicts typically go...

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