THIS GROUP CAN BE ATTENDED AS PART OF THE EOP PROGRAM
Relapse Prevention therapy seeks to identify high-risk situations in which an individual is vulnerable to relapse & to use both cognitive & behavioral coping strategies to prevent future relapses in similar situations. The goal of treatment is to help people recognize the early stages of relapse, how to cope with triggers, and how to develop healthy coping skills to manage day to day life without the use of drugs & alcohol. Classes are weekly & typically conducted in a group setting. Individual relapse prevention is available.
Relapse prevention can be attended voluntarily or as part of the Enhanced Outpatient Therapy program when taking Level 1 or Level 2 DUI Alcohol Classes.
FEES: Intake: $75 (Waived if current client); Transfer: $75; Each session: $30
DISCOUNT: 10% OFF if you pay the program fee in full at time of intake.
5280 Human Care Center provides Colorado State Approved Relapse Prevention Therapy and Substance Abuse Counseling in Denver, CO
Areas served: Intakes for Relapse Prevention Therapy Classes are being accepted for clients in Denver, South Denver, Englewood, Centennial, Greenwood Village, Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, Littleton, Castle Rock, Arapahoe County, Denver County, Douglas County, Jefferson County, and all other Colorado jurisdictions.
*Intakes are currently being conducted at our office in Greenwood Village, CO.
We are currently offering Online Relapse Prevention DUI Classes via ZOOM until further notice.
10 Most Common Triggers of Substance Abuse Relapse
- Withdrawal symptoms (anxiety, nausea, physical weakness)
- Post-acute withdrawal symptoms (anxiety, irritability, mood swings, poor sleep)
- Poor self-care (stress management, eating, sleeping)
- People (old using friends)
- Places (where you used or where you used to buy drugs)
- Things (that were part of your using, or that remind you of using)
- Uncomfortable emotions (H.A.L.T.: hungry, angry, lonely, tired)
- Relationships and sex (can be stressful if anything goes wrong)
- Isolation (gives you too much time to be with your own thoughts)
- Pride and overconfidence (thinking you don’t have a drug or alcohol problem, or that it is behind you)
Understanding the 3 stages of Relapse, Emotional Relapse, Mental Relapse and Physical Relapse can help to identify and prevent the triggers that cause Substance Abuse Relapse.
"It isn't the mountains ahead to climb that wear you down, it's the pebble in your shoe."