We offer quiet double rooms with TVs and private bathrooms so that you can get the rest your body needs to handle withdrawal. Private rooms are available for an additional fee.
Going through detox is a courageous and deeply personal decision. We recognize that each individual handles this process in their own unique way, which is why our program is highly individualized.
At our boutique Colorado Springs rehab center, we prioritize your well-being by maintaining a maximum of 18 clients at a time, ensuring that you receive the attention and care you need. With our 3-to-1 ratio of staff to clients, you can rest assured that you are at the center of our focus.
When you choose Sandstone Care, you are choosing a detox program that puts your needs first. We are dedicated to supporting you on your journey towards recovery by giving you the tools you need to address your personal challenges.
Entering detox can be overwhelming, but our expertly designed program ensures both your comfort and your safety. Our medical detox in Colorado Springs offers needed care, empathy, and support in an intimate setting. Our programs are designed to make sure that you recover in a sustainable way that sets you up for an addiction-free future.
We offer quiet double rooms with TVs and private bathrooms so that you can get the rest your body needs to handle withdrawal. Private rooms are available for an additional fee.
The program provides 24/7 medical supervision conducted by expert staff. With highly-trained professionals ensuring your safety, you will be able to focus on your mental and emotional well being.
Our complete program is 5 -21 days including detox. You will have the opportunity to continue on in other treatment programs such as intensive outpatient care. Your recovery is as unique as you are, and Sandstone will be there to help you with every step of it.
We understand that having the ability to communicate is essential to both your daily life and your independence, which is why we are a cell phone friendly program.
“Come and experience what Sandstone offers because its not just meetings and groups, its a lot more. You connect with people. You connect with therapists and the community. They related to me, they understand me, they know what I am going through, and they also know how to help.”
COMFORTABLE AND CONVENIENT
In order for you to heal, you need to feel at ease. Our center is built with quiet rooms where you can reflect, journal, and relax. The common areas are designed to foster community and friendships. With comfortable open spaces, you will be able to have transformative conversations that help you connect with others who understand what you are going through.
The center is located just off of I-25 on University Park Boulevard providing convenient access to Denver and Colorado Springs.
Going to treatment takes bravery, and you place a lot of trust in the team responsible for your care. At Sandstone Care, we take pride in our team of experienced staff and clinical professionals who are well-versed in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), and more. They use proven methods to help you safely recover from drugs and build a fulfilling future.
With their expertise, you can rely on evidence-based treatments to give you the skills you need to manage symptoms, underlying mental health conditions, and withdrawals safely.
At Sandstone Care, we believe in personalized and specialized care. Unlike generic treatment approaches, we understand that each individual’s circumstances are unique.
Through thorough assessments, our licensed therapists, medical professionals, and experienced staff gain a deep understanding of your background, challenges, and goals. Comprehensive programming, therapy, and education, equips your family with the necessary tools to support your loved ones’ recovery journey.
With our comprehensive continuum of care, you’ll receive the right level of support at each stage of recovery. Whether you need high-support care, or a few hours of outpatient treatment a week, our expert team will collaborate with you to find what works best for you.
Marijuana has become a way to self-medicate for underlying issues and it’s easy to become dependent on its use.
Studies have found that binge drinking & heavy alcohol use are often ways adults cope with stress and anxiety.
Commonly abused stimulants include methamphetamines, and prescription stimulants, like Ritalin, Adderall, and Concerta.
Opioid misuse occurs when a person uses heroin or misuses prescription pain relievers like hydrocodone, oxycodone, and morphine.
The first 48 hours in detox are crucial, and your comfort and safety during that stage is our highest priority. Once you are stabilized, full medical, psychiatric, and psychological assessments are completed, so we can get to know you and ensure that we have a completely clear picture of how we can help you in your recovery journey.
While your assessment and treatment plan is 100% customized and tailored to your unique needs, the following are some of the topics that your assessment process will cover:
In addition to an initial evaluation with our Nurse Practitioner, you will be assessed every four hours by a member of our nursing team. This nursing assessment includes checking vital signs, monitoring withdrawal symptoms, and administering medications as needed.
You will have an initial evaluation of your substance use to make sure that your treatment team has all of the information they need to take care of you in the best way possible.
This information will be gathered again later during the biopsychosocial assessment, which is completed by a therapist or certified addiction counselor.
Each day, you will have a one-on-one check in with a therapist or counselor to evaluate your mental and emotional status, as well as any symptoms of depression, anxiety, PTSD, or any other mental health disorders you may be struggling with.
During the biopsychosocial assessment, you are asked to provide in-depth information about the history of family medical, mental health, and substance use disorders to help inform medical and clinical recommendations and treatment planning.
You will meet with our psychiatric nurse practitioner for an initial evaluation of your mental health and psychiatric status. This evaluation will determine whether or not psychiatric medications would be useful in the management of any symptoms and diagnoses.
It’s important for the medical and clinical staff to know what medications you have been on in the past. If medications are prescribed by the medical team at Colorado Springs Detox Center, regular assessments of medication effectiveness will be completed in order to ensure we are providing the best and most effective care possible.
The discharge planning team works with you individually to build a discharge plan that is unique to you. Depending on your specific needs, they may be given referrals for residential, extended care, or outpatient programs for ongoing aftercare support.
From the moment you walk through the door, our treatment team begins collaborating with you to build a strong foundation for your life in and after treatment. With six hours of clinical groups per day, two individual therapy sessions per week, and 24/7 clinical support available, our primary focus is creating a safe and secure environment for you.
Throughout treatment, we will get to know you personally and collaborate on a plan for your next steps together. Your care team will work with you to adapt your future treatment goals to meet your needs, in real time.
Whether you are discharged or transition into one of our young adult transitional living programs, we will ensure that your personal circumstances are at the center of how we help you in the future.
Depression is more than just feeling down for a few days — symptoms are long lasting and can affect you in many ways.
Anxiety disorders are thought patterns of fear, dread, and uneasiness that affect other aspects of your life.
Trauma is the emotional response to a specific event like an accident, sexual abuse, or a natural disaster.
ADHD is marked by difficulty focusing, controlling impulsive behaviors, and over-activity.
I would recommend this facility to anyone needing help with recovery.
Not only are we experts in safe medical detox, but we also believe in treating the whole person. You may have mental health challenges alongside your addiction, and our staff is trained to identify and treat those conditions.
Because there can be an overlap in symptoms between drug use and mental health disorders, it’s very important to accurately assess and treat both challenges together. Some symptoms of mental health disorders can make addiction recovery more difficult as you try to self-medicate.
By using holistic medical detox methods that take your mental struggles into account, you can reach long-lasting recovery and feel like yourself again.
You are more than your addiction, and our program is built to reflect that. We offer 24/7 medically supervised care to support a safe and comfortable stabilization followed by a comprehensive, holistic treatment approach that addresses your physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual needs.
Our inpatient program offers six hours of therapeutic group per day, two individual therapy sessions per week with a licensed therapist, and 24/7 clinical support.
Sandstone Care is not a standalone detox. In addition to our residential program, we have a full continuum of care with varying intensities of inpatient and transitional living programming designed to meet your unique needs.
There are televisions in rooms, high staff to low client ratio, chef-prepared meals, ample green space, and uncompromised support from every staff member. Feeling comfortable is not an extra addition to your treatment, it is one of the core focuses of our program.
We are focused on helping you set a foundation for a strong future. That is why we begin to work with you on a discharge plan from the moment you walk through the door. Your plan includes referrals and a warm hand-off to another treatment center if needed.
During the first few days of a drug and alcohol detox, rest is extremely important. You will ease into your mornings with scheduled time specifically for waking up, getting ready for the day, breakfast, and meeting with a member of the medical team. The nursing staff will spend time with you individually in order to check on your vital signs, assess your withdrawal symptoms, and administer any medications that you were prescribed.
After completing your morning routine, you will be invited to join staff and their peers in the common area for morning group. This is a time for you to share how you’re feeling emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually, and for staff to assess your needs.
Discussions are led by a licensed therapist or addiction counselor and range from topics like self-esteem, relationships, and trust, to relapse prevention and life changes.
An important part of the addiction treatment and recovery process is receiving proper nutrition to begin healing both your body and mind. Lunch is prepared daily by our on-site culinary team and is served family style.
After lunch, you will be invited to join our clinical staff and your peers in the afternoon group. Topics covered include mindfulness, life skills, managing cravings, and coping skills.
Connecting with others who understand what you are going through makes the recovery process more fulfilling and long lasting. After dinner, you will be invited to join a sober member of the community for an on-site recovery meeting. These community-led meetings rotate between 12-Step, SMART Recovery, and Refuge Recovery.
After the addiction recovery meeting is finished, you will be given time to wind down. This is a time for you to talk with other clients, journal, and connect with your family members through phone calls.
Before going to sleep, you will be given any medications you need and you will have time to check in with medical staff before you’re asked to gather for a short nightly reflection. This group session is led by a member of the behavioral health team and is an opportunity for you to focus on gratitude and reflect on the events of their day.
You will be asked to share how you’re doing mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. You are also given the opportunity to make any amends to their peers or staff for things that were said or done during the day.
Our scientifically proven and evidence-based treatment process continues to earn national praise and foster relationships with the following:
Immanuel Jones shares his survival story from suicide attempt to suicide prevention tips, and helping young people cope with mental health issues.
Erika Alhashmi LPC warns about the danger of teens self-diagnosing their mental health disorders on TikTok.
Peter King LCPC, explains how Sandstone Care provides age-specific, not gender-specific treatment for teens and adults in the LGBTQIA+ community.
Detoxing from substances can be difficult to do on your own. You may have even used substances before just to avoid the way withdrawal symptoms made you feel. Without proper medical support, withdrawal can be dangerous and even life-threatening.
Our treatment approach includes using medication to help with your symptoms and ensure your safety. You will have around-the-clock nursing care to make sure that you are safe, comfortable, and fully supported.
Alcohol is a widely consumed central nervous system depressant and can cause relaxation, impaired judgment, coordination difficulties, and long-term medical problems such as liver damage.
Heroin is a highly addictive opioid drug derived from morphine. Its use can result in intense euphoria, pain relief, and sedation. However, it carries significant risks, including respiratory depression.
Benzodiazepines are a class of prescription medications primarily used to treat anxiety and sleep disorders. They produce calming effects, but prolonged use or misuse can lead to bodily harm and cognitive impairment.
Hallucinogens encompass a group of substances like ayahuasca, DMT, LSD, Peyote, and psilocybin. They alter perception, mood, and cognition, often resulting in auditory or visual hallucinations.
Kratom, derived from an evergreen tree, is known for its stimulant and sedative effects. When ingested, it can cause mild euphoria. It’s risks, including dependence, withdrawal symptoms, and potential interactions with other drugs.
MDMA, is a synthetically made drug that acts as both as a hallucinogen and a stimulant. It’s risks include dehydration, increased body temperature, and neurotoxicity. It is also referred to as, X, Molly, or Ecstasy.
Cocaine is a potent stimulant derived from a South American plant. It provides intense euphoria, and heightened alertness. Risks involve cardiovascular complications and potential overdose.
Methadone is a synthetic opioid used for opioid addiction and chronic pain. It aids recovery by reducing cravings and supporting stabilization. Misuse can lead to overdose and respiratory depression.
The Continuum of Care
Access a full range of treatments for mental health and substance use disorders. Whether you need a safe transitional living community, inpatient care, or outpatient therapy, we have a program to help.
Our medical detox and residential program is led by a highly credentialed team of doctors, nurses, psychologists, and licensed therapists who are down to earth, approachable, and ready to support you.
Our goal is to provide the most helpful information. Please reach out to us if you have any additional questions. We are here to help in any way we can.
Knowing what level of care would be best for you is tricky! If you experience withdrawal symptoms when you attempt to discontinue use, it is more than likely you would benefit from detox. However, the best way to know whether or not you would benefit from medical detox is to get a professional opinion. Our trained admissions team would be happy to speak with you and advise you on next steps. Call us today at (888) 850-1890.
Every person Sandstone Care treats is different. While some detox facilities have a set number of days and a detox protocol that is the same for everyone, we tailor our treatment to meet our clients where they are at. The average length of stay is 5-21 days. Some of the factors that impact length of stay are:
When you arrive to the Colorado Springs Detox & Inpatient Center, you will be greeted at the door by one of our staff members. A nurse and behavioral health technician will guide you through the admission and intake process which includes several assessments and initial evaluations. Then you will be shown to your bedroom and given some time to settle in and meet other staff and clients in the facility.
Each client is supported by a highly credentialed, multidisciplinary treatment team that includes a Medical Doctor, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, Licensed Clinicians, Registered Nurses, Addiction Counselors, and Case Managers. Learn more about our clinical and medical teams.
The Colorado Springs Center sits on a beautiful property in central Colorado Springs with views of the Rocky Mountains. Some of the notable features of our facility include:
Yes. Upon admission, you will be evaluated by our medical team, which will determine what medications will be used to make your detox safe and comfortable.
Family members and friends are welcome to call Colorado Springs Detox Center in order to receive an update about their loved one, but we currently do not offer visitation.
During your stay at Colorado Springs Detox Center, you will have access to personal cell phones. However, you will not have access to your personal laptop. These will be kept in our secure storage area for the duration of your stay.
Yes. Smoking and vaping are allowed in designated outdoor areas, but all tobacco and nicotine products must be brought to the facility unopened and in their original packaging. They will be inspected upon arrival.
Our boutique center has a maximum of 18 clients at a time with a 3 to1 staff-to-client ratio. Clients have comfortable double rooms with a private bath, and private rooms are available for an additional flat fee of $5,000 for your entire stay.
We help young adults, adults, and their families overcome challenges with drugs, alcohol, mental health issues, trauma, and addiction in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
We understand taking the first step is difficult. There is no shame or guilt in asking for help or more information. We are here to support you in any way we can.