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Substance Abuse Services in Cody, Wyoming

Compassionate Addiction Treatment for Individuals Struggling with Substance Abuse

Our mission at Cody Regional Health is to help those who seek our help to free themselves from the chains of drug and/or alcohol abuse. We use evidence-based addiction treatment for patients suffering from alcoholism or chemical dependency. We follow a thorough program so you can detox from the substance(s) you used so you can begin the process of becoming clean and sober. Our staff will carefully monitor you and continuously check your vital signs to ensure the substances are safely removed from your system.

What Happens at Cody Regional Health’s Addiction Treatment Walk-In Evaluation Clinic?

This service consists of a computer survey and a structured interview process to determine if there is a substance abuse problem and what treatment you may need. A written summary of the results and recommendations are provided to you and/or a referring agent.

  • No appointment necessary
  • Walk-in services are available Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Substance Abuse Programs We Offer

Medication-assisted treatment—Suboxone

Medication-assisted treatment is the use of medications, in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, to provide a whole-patient approach to the treatment of substance use disorders. Cody Regional Health Behavioral Health has a clinical team that works with individuals who may need medication-assisted treatment.

Co-occurring disorders

Co-occurring psychiatric disorders are common among those with alcohol and drug abuse and dependency issues. By treating addiction and co-occurring disorders simultaneously, treatment outcomes are enhanced.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

DBT is a type of cognitive behavioral therapy. Cognitive behavioral therapy tries to identify and change negative thinking patterns and pushes for positive behavioral changes. DBT skills are helpful with most mental health and substance use diagnosis.

DUI education

This service is provided to adults who have experienced an alcohol- or drug-related legal offense. This eight-hour course is designed to educate participants on the consequences of drinking and driving, physical/medical aspects, and social and family dynamics of drinking. Videos, and individual and group discussions are used to enhance learning.

Cody Regional Health’s CMC is certified by the state of Wyoming and accredited by CARF.

Call Cody Regional Health today at 307.527.7501 to begin your journey of recovery from drug and/or alcohol addiction. If you or someone you love could benefit from joining us for recovery, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

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What Our Patients Have to Say
  • "The counselors at CMC are highly attuned to the needs of the individual clients and are also able to foster an effective group-treatment environment. Lectures are sensitive to client's emotional and intellectual needs in recovery. CMC has played a crucial role in my sobriety and in my overall well-being."

    - Dana
  • "So good I almost wish I had another 60 days to complete. From the director to the cleaning lady I have absolutely no complaints. 100 percent recommend CMC. I received the best care all around. Best treatment ever. Everyone who works at CMC is so very helpful and caring. It is like a big family living together. They made me feel so welcome, so much that I don't ever want to forget anyone here."

    - Jessica
  • "They helped me with the meds that I needed. The counseling was awesome, Krista helped me so much and I appreciate it so much. The groups gave me a lot of info in helping me out."

    - Destiny
  • "The counselors are amazing people who helped me the whole way through it. Touched on past traumas that are necessary for my recovery. The entire thing was raw but a wonderful experience."

    - Jillian
  • "This program is amazing. I was able to re-grasp what once was and multiply it by several factors. There wasn’t necessarily one particular thing, it was the overall program."

    - Keith