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addiction and substance use disorder treatment, mental health, colorado, the40/20collective

Addiction and Substance Use Disorder Treatment

The 40/20 Collective is passionate about ending stigma and improving access to care. We proudly offer comprehensive treatment plans that include Medication Assisted Treatment.


Holistic Care 

We understand that patterns of substance use often stem from unresolved traumas or untreated mental health symptoms. In fact, our name The 40/20 Collective comes from statistics showing that 40% of individuals with a mental health disorder have a co-occurring substance use disorder that might be going untreated. And 20% of individuals with a primary substance use disorder have a co-occuring mental health disorder. Our treatment is designed to address substance use as well as the underlying causes of addiction behaviors.


What To Expect

Your provider will meet with you for an initial evaluation to discuss your symptoms and goals. Sometimes individuals are not ready to decrease or stop substance use. We will work with you wherever you are in your recovery process. 


If you are ready to decrease or quit substance use, your provider will develop a plan that includes medication support. Depending on your individual needs, you may receive an in-home outpatient detox protocol or your provider may send you to an inpatient rehab to detox under close medical supervision. You will continue to meet with your provider for ongoing support and medication management throughout your recovery journey. 


Your treatment plan will help you: 

  • Harm reduction or cessation of substance use

  • Manage withdrawal symptoms

  • Decrease cravings

  • Prevent relapse

  • Connect you with community support services

  • Address any underlying mental health conditions 

What Is Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) or Medication for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD)?

MAT or MOUD is the use of specialized FDA-approved medications that are proven to treat Alcohol Use Disorder and Opioid Use Disorder. These medications include Buprenorphine (Suboxone), Vivitrol, and Naltrexone. Individuals who utilize MAT have much higher success rates. And MAT has been shown to provide a safer and more comfortable withdrawal experience, lower the risk of accidental overdose, and lower rates of relapse.  

To learn more information about our addiction treatment services:

Call or Text 720-594-5556


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