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Patient-Centered Addiction Treatment
Providence Recovery, an addiction treatment program for men and women, is located in Craig, Colorado. Our programs are designed to encourage positive and lasting recovery. Our coordination with other healthcare professionals allows us to make the recovery experience comprehensive and straightforward, spanning the full continuum of care.
Providence Recovery was founded by a group of healthcare and medical professionals passionate about addiction recovery. These founders have extensive medical backgrounds and are positioned to treat the whole individual through multiple treatment therapies.
David Berry MD and Jim Blackwood are the original founders of Providence Recovery Services. These two Mississippi healthcare professionals have strong connections to and passion for rural Northwest Colorado. The staff at Providence are grateful for their leadership and vision!
Charles P. O'Brien, M.D., Ph.D., is Kenneth Appel Professor and Founding Director of the Center for Studies of Addiction at the University of Pennsylvania. His research group has been responsible for numerous discoveries such as opioid antagonists for treating alcoholism and the Addiction Severity Index described in more than 550 publications. Many of these discoveries are used throughout the world for the treatment of addictive disorders. O'Brien chaired the committee that revised the DSM V as well as being knighted by the king of France for his work in addiction medicine. He will also be a speaker on behalf of Providence Recovery at the SUPAR conference in Steamboat Springs, CO this summer; June 10-13. O'Brien serves as Senior Consultant for Providence Recovery.
Intensive outpatient programs (IOP) meet three days a week for three hours a day. This programming provides a part-time schedule that allows individuals to continue on-going therapy while working and living at home or near the facility in a sober living home.
Partial hospitalization programs (PHP) meet five to six days a week for six hours a day. PHPs provide critical and intensive care without a full residential stay. While the hours are more rigorous, participants still live at home or near the facility in a sober living home.
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is the use of medications in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies to treat substance use disorder, withdrawal symptoms and to reduce the chance of opioid overdose. MAT is offered to individuals who are in need and enrolled in our IOP or PHP.
Providence Recovery's Mens Recovery Home is mindfully suited for individuals who are in early recovery. Residents will foster accountability, a community and understanding with their counselors, housemates and peers.
To receive information about any of our programs, fill out the contact form to the right.