Colorado Treatment Services exists to ensure and improve the lives of people dependent on opiate drugs. Colorado Treatment Services exists to give treatment choices to those battling with narcotic fixation. We give both methadone and suboxone treatment in every one of our offices. Alongside treatment, we additionally give singular directing to our patients that will enable our patients to advance and prevail in our treatment program.
Super cool staff. Drs were informative and really friendly. The nurses were also really nice and seemed to genuinely care about the patients. Really clean clinic also. I have seen some really bad methadone clinics that were dangerous to go to and you had to wait in a single line that at times could take over an hour standing and waiting to get your dose outside in south Minneapolis a very high crime area. Anyone who gives this clinic a bad review needs to bisit some other clinics just to see how good they have it in the springs.Matthee Williams
When used as prescribed, both methadone and suboxone can be safely taken while in treatment. Methadone and suboxone do not impair the ability to drive, work, or perform normal ordinary activities. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), methadone is medically safe even when used continually for 10 years or more. All medication in our treatment program is used under medical supervision. With this in mind, methadone and suboxone and be taken safely without any damaging side effects. Methadone and suboxone is a well-tested medication that is safe and efficacious for the treatment of opiate dependence. At the correct dose, there is no impairment to mental function or daily activities. These medications are prescribed and distributed by licensed nurses with the approval of our on-site doctor, under strict state and federal guidelines.
Yes, methadone as well