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ACHIEVE WHOLE RECOVERY, PC

1115 Elkton Dr

Suite 300

Colorado Springs, CO 80907

(719) 373-9703 office

(877) 588-3465 fax

 

EMAIL-ACHIEVE WHOLE RECOVERY:

admin@achievewholerecovery.com 

 

 

Office Hours

Mon - Fri 8AM - 6PM

 

 

 

How to schedule your first appointment

We are accepting new patients at ACHIEVE WHOLE RECOVERY.

  • Call our number (719) 373-9703 for a brief phone consultation and to answer any questions you might have about the service provided. 
  • Patient registration forms are available on our website www.AchieveWholeRecovery.com, or we can send you forms to fill out before your first appointment. 
  • Once we receive your completed registration forms, we will contact you as soon as possible to schedule the next available appointment.
  • Feel free to call us at (719) 373-9703 with any questions.

If the patient is under 18 years old:  We have psychiatric providers and psychotherapists who specialize in seeing children and teens.  However, Addiction Medicine services are limited to patients age 18 and older.

*Patients under the age of 18 years old are not eligible for Buprenorphine-Naloxone (Suboxone) or Vivitrol treatment.

 

PLEASE call if any questions, concerns, or you need directions.

Our address is:  1115 ELKTON DR. SUITE #300, Colorado Springs, CO  80907.  This is located just off of West Garden of the Gods Road. 

NEW PATIENTS - Please  call ACHIEVE WHOLE RECOVERY at (719) 373-9703 or email admin@achievewholerecovery.com. 

More appointment times are open.  NEW PATIENTS ARE WELCOME and most appointments can often be accommodated within 1 to 2 weeks (or sooner!)

SUBOXONE (BUPRENORPHINE) TREATMENT and VIVITROL TREATMENT is available.  Please call ACHIEVE WHOLE RECOVERY at 719-373-9703 to schedule an appointment.

BENZODIAZEPINE  DEPENDENCE - MEDICALLY SUPERVISED TAPER PLANS  are available. 

 

*Please note – we do not have inpatient detox or emergency medical services.  If you are experiencing an acute medical or emotional condition, please call 911 or have someone take you to the nearest emergency room.