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Chemical Dependency

It is important to understand that having a chemical dependency doesn't mean that someone is a "bad person". There are many different factors to consider and many different causes of dependency. In some cases there may even be genetic factors that can place people at a higher risk of dependency or addiction. A person's environment may include stress, peer pressure, or family disfunction that can increase risk. Mental health issues like depression or schizophrenia may also play a role.

Anyone can become addicted but anyone can be treated.

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Stages of Dependency

Most addictions follow a path of 4 defined stages. Each individual may advance through each stage at a different rate. The National Institute of Health describes the stages of dependency as:

Experimentation Regular Use Daily Use Chemical Dependency
Stages of Chemical Dependency


Treatment Options in Colorado

If you or a loved one needs help to overcome an addiction, you can choose between either inpatient our outpatient treatment. Deciding which option will be more effective really depends on an individuals circumstances.

  • Inpatient facilities offer a "break" from routine by providing a place to live while receiving treatment and learning how to live without drugs or alcohol.
  • Outpatient facilities offer treatment to be given in scheduled sessions that allow the individual to carry on with day-to-day responsibilities like work and school.

Please call to speak with an advisor who can discuss the types of facilities and help you decide what makes sense for you.


Signs of Dependency

Although not everyone deals with dependency in the same way, these are some common signs and symptoms of chemical dependency:

  • Dramatically deteriorated performance at work or school
  • Depressed feelings or suicidal thoughts
  • Loss of interest in hobbies and social activities
  • A preoccupation with obtaining the next dose
  • An increase in dangerous behavior