Below are the available resources for alcohol and drug addiction.
These resources are constantly changing. If you find information below to be incorrect or inaccurate, please email or call (303) 651-8424 to provide updated information.
|Agency||Address||Addiction Focus Area||Service Notes:||Phone|
||2634 South Broadway, Denver.||Substance abuse; adults, teens and families
||Adults, teens and families. Generally a 1-year program. Length of time is determined on a case-by-case basis, depending on an individual's completion of the academic requirement for each step, compliance with rules and policies and personal growth. Denver: Men 18 years of age or older. Olathe: Women and Women with Children; Tooele, Utah: girls
|Able to Sail
||Longmont||Works with Teens
||Able to Sail is committed to changing the mental chatter that leads today's teens to participate in high-risk behaviors: drugs, alcohol, self-harm, gangs, crime
|Abraxas||700 Four Mile Parkway, Canon City
||Works with Teens 10-21
||(S)||Family Support||Alcoholic, Family Support; Boulder County Meeting Schedule
||A community-based organization of teen aged children of alcoholics which shares the philosophical and organizational structure of Alcoholics Anonymous.
|Alcoholics Anonymous - Boulder County
||Central Office, 5401 Western Ave. Suite D,||Fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem.
||It is a non-professional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age requirements.
|Alcoholics Anonymous - Video Series
||Fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem
||It is a non-professional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age requirements.
|Alternatives for Youth / iTHRIVE||11172 Huron Street, # 22, Northglenn||Brief psychology and psychoeducation for teens and parents/family
||12-17 year old clients, all genders. Accepts credit cards, cash, check. Sliding scale slides from $60-$300 for the entire 6-week program. Clinical evidence-based strategies.
||303-776-8184 x 105
|ARC (Addiction Recovery Center)
||Moved to Mental Health Partners see below|
|ARTS (Addiction Research & Treatment Services)
||Substance Abuse Out-Patient; serves HIV+, women, and offenders||303-336-1600|
|Arvada Counseling Center||Substance Abuse Out-Patient||303-420-4494|
||Walk-in crisis center, adult substance use program, teen substance use program, skills development, advocates. Serves residents in the Colorado Springs area.
|Aspen Ridge Recovery
||900 S Kipling Pkwy, Lakewood||Drug and Alcohol Treatment and Recovery
||Treated utilizing the twelve step program in tandem with various mental health and trauma therapies. Recognize that family and community systems are impacted by addiction, and aim to treat these peripheral issues as well. Daily 12 step meetings; 30 hr week therapy, group therapy. Weekly activities for clients including movies, sports, hiking and team building.
|Aspire||Recovery center for women with substance abuse disorders
||25 years of age or older, 8 bed, 90 day program, clinical services, activities, group and individual therapy, intensive outpatient and inpatient.
|Behavioral Health Group
||(S) 850 23rd Avenue, Unit A, Longmont||Substance Abuse Out-Patient, Detox/Community. Treats opiods only.
|Behavioral Treatment Services
||310 Lashley Street, #108, Longmont||Addiction, Mental Health, and Criminal Justice Issues
||Wide variety of services including jail based, DUI
||Intake (303)921-4919 or (720)626-5911
|Betty Ford Center
||14001 East Iliff, Suite 120, Aurora
||substance abuse, Opioids
||Addiction treatment, recovery, education, outpatient and inpatient
|Boulder Alano Club
|| Opens August 2018
||A gathering place for all people affected by alcoholism and other addictions who seek physical, mental and spiritual renewal through recovery.
|Boulder Alcohol Education Center||Substance Abuse Out-Patient||303-444-6143|
|Boulder County Health
||3482 Broadway, Boulder
||Substance use and mental health
||List of resources for substance use and mental health for youth and parents
|Boulder Integrated Health
||(S) 311 Mapleton, Boulder
||Services include medical acute detox, intensive out-patient, Vivitrol, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week intake, Private pay but will be accepting insurance in the near future, Do not accept Medicaid.
|Boulder Clinic, Inc||(N Denver)||Methadone Clinic||303-487-7776|
|Bridge House Ready to Work and On the Path to Home programs
||4747 Table Mesa, Boulder||Focuses on housing and life skills, work training, and relapse prevention
||1-year transitional work and housing program
|CADREC||Substance Abuse Out-Patient||303-295-2521|
|CeDar stands for Center for Dependency Addiction and Rehab
||(Boulder) 5495 Arapahoe Avenue, Suite 101-A; (Denver) 1693 N Quentin Street, Aurora||Residential Treatment; Intensive Out-Patient
||Boulder CeDAR accepts Cigna, Blue Cross, Blue Shield, and Medicaid. University of Colorado Denver; network for Signa; take out of network insurance. Aurora takes only Cigna, Blue Cross and Blue Shield, no medicaid. Age 18 and over. 30-day intensive residential treatment program; extended residential treatment (60+ days); outpatient services; alumni program
|Cedar Springs - New Choices||Substance Abuse Out-Patient||1-800-888-1088|
|Celebrate Recovery at Longmont Church of the Nazarene
||2111 Mt View Avenue, Longmont||Substance Abuse. Addictions of any kind.
||Faith-based 12-step group for adults. Peer counseling. Monday's 7pm. Free dinner at 6 pm. (Free)
||303-902-4556 (Bill/ Men's group); 303-902-5898 (Jan/ Women's Group); Church 303-776-7066
||2255 South 88th Street, Louisville||Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient (IOP)||Will not accept medicaid.
|Center for Change
||1225 Ken Pratt Boulevard, Longmont;
1790 30th Street, Boulder
|Substance Abuse Counseling
||Spanish and English services, weekly groups are gender specific with separate groups for men/women, alcohol/drug evaluations, DUI Level II program; women's specific treatment, CBT skills and therapy, individual therapy.
||Longmont (303)772-3382, Boulder (303)449-1566
|Center for Recovery||(S)||Substance Abuse Out-Patient||303-694-7492|
|Choice House||(S) Louisville||Extended Care CD & Mental Health, Sober Living||Residential treatment program based on 12-step philosophy
|CO Assessment and Treatment||Substance Abuse Out-Patient||303-757-6019|
|Co-Anon||Family Support||Cocaine, Family Support||480-442-3869|
|Centennial Peaks||Mental Health/Substance Abuse||Centennial Peaks’ adolescent program treats teenagers aged 13-17 who are struggling with mental illness.||303-673-9990|
|Cocaine Anonymous||Substance Abuse Out-Patient||1-866-768-7709|
|Colorado Addiction Help||24 Hour Support Line||Accepts private insurance only
|Colorado Addiction Hotline||24 Hour Support Line||Accepts private insurance only
|Colorado Addiction Rehab||24 Hour Support Line||Accepts private insurance only
|Colorado Addiction Treatment||24 Hour Support Line||Accepts private insurance only
|Colorado Alcohol Rehab||24 Hour Support Line||Accepts private insurance only
|Colorado Crisis Services
||Boulder 1000 Alpine Avenue (West Entrance);
Aurora - Anschutz Medical Campus, 2206 Victor Street.
Denver - 4353 East Colfax Ave.;
Westminster - 2551 West 84th Avenue;
Lakewood - 12055 West 2nd Place;
Littleton - 6509 South Santa Fe Drive.
|Support for anyone affected by mental health, substance abuse or emotional crisis||SERVICES: Free and confidential by phone. All calls are connected to a mental health professional who can help you manage an emergency situation and provide immediate support and connection to further resources. Walk-in/Referral: 24 hour walk in centers offer confidential, in-person crisis support, information and referrals to anyone in need. Individuals and family in crisis are welcome and encouraged to walk in to any of the metro area locations. All ages. PAYMENT OPTIONS: Free||1-844-493-8255 (TALK) 24 hour services|
|Colorado Detox Help||24 Hour Support Line||Accepts private insurance only or self pay
|Colorado Drug Rehab||24 Hour Support Line||Accepts private insurance only or self pay
|Colorado In-Patient Recovery||24 Hour Support Line||Accepts private insurance only or self pay
|Colorado Out-Patient Recovery||24 Hour Support Line||Accepts private insurance only or self pay
|Colorado Support Groups||24 Hour Support Line||Accepts private insurance only or self pay
|Colorado Treatment Services||24 Hour Support Line||Accepts private insurance only or self pay
|Community Reach Center
||8801 Lipan Street, Thornton
|| Substance abuse
||No cost for those who are indigent, IV drug users, or pregnant (fee otherwise), Accepts men and women over 18 years of age, 20 beds total, offers dual diagnosis treatment, evidence based program clinical setting, MAT avail, does not offer TRT, IOP, case management, carious follow up care. Bring 30 days of meds if applicable, bring clothing and hygiene supplies, smoking is allowed on scheduled breaks, family visits allowed on weekends for approved visitors, Walk-intakes are accepted first come, first served, Mon-Fri starting at 8am at 8989 Heron in Thornton.
|Community Reach Center Detox
|| 7373 Birch Street, Commerce City
||Social model, no cost for medicaid recipients (fee if do not have Medicaid but if eligible for Medicaid may be billable). Does not accept those detoxing from methadone, suboxone, or benzos (medical detox needed for these situations)
|Crestone Recovery Services
||41 Montebello, Pueblo
||Relapse prevention. Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program. Medicaid, credit card, and cash payment
||6090 Smith Road, Denver
|| Substance abuse
||The Crossing serves 130 New Life Program men and provides up to 100 rooms for STAR transitional program participants. Bible studies, case management, counseling, and meals allow families and individuals in our programs to develop the life skills and relationships to maintain self-sufficiency.
|Crossroads Turning Points; located in Southern Colorado
||Treatment, Intervention, and Prevention Services
||Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient; adolescent outpatient treatment; intensive residential treatment; transitional residential treatment; gender responsive treatment programs for pregnant women and women with children; Opioid Medication Assisted Treatment; DUI programs; Co-Occurring Treatment (mental health and Substance Use); Circle program offers behavioral health treatment for co-occurring disorders.
|CU Collegiate Recovery Center
|Memorial Center, Room 102, UCB 207, 1669 Euclid Avenue, Boulder||Support for collegiate students with drug and alcohol
||community lounge, study place, social network, alcohol and drug free social events, free support meetings and peer discussion groups, recovery coaching, sober campus housing community, peer mentors, educational seminars, events and trainings, scholarships and work-study positions, leadership, service and professional opportunities, referrals.
|Denver Cares||Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient (IOP), Suboxone/Buprenorhine Services, Detox/Community, Residential Treatment, Substance Abuse Out-Patient||Medicaid only or self pay
|Denver Indian Health Services
||1633 Filmore Street GL1 (moving 3/2017)||Substance Abuse Out-Patient, Residential Treatment||Services free for any Native American; will serve Hispanic descent, accepts medicaid, serves all age patients.$25 office fee for non-natives. Native Americans will need copy of CIB, CDBI or enrollment number.
|Denver Recovery Group
||(Denver, Boulder, Littleton)||Methadone Maintenance
||Provides medication assisted treatment. Accepts Medicaid, Methadone and Suboxone Maintenance, Individual and Family Counseling, Therapeutic and Support Groups, Discharge Planning
||Boulder - 720-536-5571; Denver 303-953-2299; Littleton 720-283-3055
||8835 American Way, Englewood||Requires a mental health-based primary need
||Accepts 24-hour walk-ins for assessments or can schedule same day; in-patient program
|Denver Valley Hope
||(Denver) 7108 S Alton Way, Denver; (Centennial) 22422 Main Street, Parker||Substance Abuse Out-Patient, Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient (IOP)||303-694-3829|
|Family Recovery Solution (The)||(S) 3500 Nyland Way, Lafayette||Substance Abuse Counseling||Counseling center targeted to the family and friends who struggle with their loved ones' addiction issues.
|| Las Animas
||Homeless focused on associated substance abuse
||Offering a supportive residential community with peers driving sobriety and case management.
||719-662-1162 or 719-662-1108
|Front Range Clinic
||1308 Vivian Street, Longmont; 1120 E Elizabeth Street, Bldg G, Suite 2, Fort Collins; 3400 W 16th Street, Unit 1-DD, Greeley; 3320 W Eisenhower, Loveland.
||Specializes in outpatient medication assisted addiction treatment.
||Accepts Colorado Medicaid, Medicare, United Healthcare and Cigna. Offers affordable private pay options.
||Longmont: 303-834-8809; Ft Collins: 970-493-9193; Greeley: 970-702-2705; Loveland: 970-617-8128.
||752 17th Avenue, Suite 100, Longmont
||Medically Assisted Alcohol Treatment Program||8 week out-patient program; individualized treatment through counseling, life-coaching, fitness, and nutrition, free consultation, private and discreet, looking for individuals who are ready to reset their lives
|Gospel Homes for Women
||30 Lawrence Ave., Colorado Springs
||Sober Living Facility
||Sober Living Facility
||719-633-5079 or 719-662-1100
||Estes Park||Residential Treatment||970-586-4491|
||(Wellington)||209 acre farm and rehab for men seeking to break the cycle of addiction and homelessness
||facility can hold 72 men; zero tolerance policy for nicotine
||970-568-9803; Ask for intake chaplain
|Haven (The)||Residential Treatment||Part of ARTS at CU School of Medicine; intensive 12 to 18 month inpatient program. Can be subject to wait list. does not provide 24-hour intake. focuses on addiction cases including pregnant women, and women with very young children (under 9 months). Will work w/ prospective patients to find alternate support until program entry
||811 Main Court, Carbondale||12 steps to action
||Serves men only; residential program; mountain based activities and community involvement; 90 day transitional assistance; 90 day outpatient program; family program that connects families of patients with four-day family program
|Jefferson Center for Mental Health / Withdrawal Management
||4643 Wadsworth Blvd||alcohol and drug withdrawal
||Serves intoxicated or under the influence of other drugs and/or are experiencing moderate to severe withdrawal symptoms and in need of 24-hour supervision, observation, and support for withdrawal, must be 18 yrs or older; intoxicated or under the influence; must not require medical care; must be mobile and able to provide for their own personal care; individual can not be violent. Accepts medicaid, some private insurance and self-pay.
||Sobriety based, non-judgmental support group. Not religion based. Cross talk, positive support feedback, positive environment.
|Lookout||Boulder||Extended Care CD & Mental Health, Sober Living||209-485-3365|
|Lost and Found, Inc||Substance Abuse Out-Patient, Detox/Community, Residential Treatment||303-697-5049|
|Marijuana Anonymous||Substance Abuse Out-Patient||303-607-7516|
|Mental Health Center of Denver||Residential Treatment||Serves only Denver residents
|Mental Health Partners
||(Longmont); 529 Coffman Street||Substance Use Services Outpatient
||Adult individual and group therapy, case management and medical, psychiatric treatment for adults with mental illness, substance abuse issues and both.
|Mental Health Partners
||(Boulder) Walk-in Center; 3180 Airport Road||Transitional Residential Treatment
|Nar-Anon||1117 Kimbark Street
|Family Support (Longmont meetings). Serenity Nar-Anon Family Group Meetings, Triangle Club, 1117 Kimbark Street, Longmont. Meets Saturdays at 7pm.
||Narcotics, Meth, Family Support||1-800-477-6291|
|Narcotics Anonymous||Substance Abuse Out-Patient||303-412-2884|
|New Beginnings Recovery Center
||191 East Orchard Road, B, Littleton
||Personalized treatment plans and comprehensive programs and services. Assist in the recovery process providing a continuum of care that changes behavior and fosters long term success
| North Denver BH
||Substance Abuse, Out-patient, Methadone Clinic, Detox/Community
|North Range Behavioral Health.
||(S) (formerly Island Grove Treatment Center) - 928 12th Street, Greeley;
Carbon Valley Office - 4943 Hwy 52, Suite 205 Frederick; 145 1st Street, Fort Lupton
|Substance Abuse / Detox Community
||Crisis Line 970-347-2120; Text to talk 38255. Ft Lupton office serves outpatient for child/youth, family/adults. Medical/psychiatric, detox, acute treatment unit, residential, aftercare, sober living. Accepts private insurance, medicaid/medicare, has sliding fee scale as well as a self-pay option. Weld, Larimer and Morgan County residents use sliding scale based on income. Cost for those below $48K annual income is $2100 for the 45-day residential treatment; $500 deposit to start. Out-of-area cost is $12,600 with a $1k deposit. Offers a respite program where people can stay for 1-2 weeks while they wait to get into treatment.
||970-347-2120; 303-351-6678 (Greeley) 303-857-2723 Carbon Valley Frederick / Fort Lupton
| Northstar Transitions
||75 Manhattan Drive, Boulder,
||Offers detox, residential, day, intensive inpatient and outpatient treatment.
|| In-network with a variety of insurance providers. Treats co-occurring disorders / dual diagnosis when in scope of practice. Accepts insurance from Anthem, Cigna, UCHealth, United Healthcare and others.
|Open Door Ministries
||1567 Marion Street, Denver
||Stillwater Women's Program
|| six month to two year program that provides transitional housing and sober living for women leaving addiction and the sex industry. Felon friendly. Cannot accept those on probation or parole for a crime against a person or with outstanding warrants. Benzos not allowed. Cost: $300 / month once participant has a job.
Loveland and Longmont facilities
| 213 Edgewood Drive, Loveland
||Self-Help for Sobriety Without Relapse
|| Self-run, self-supported recovery houses
||Loveland (970) 776-9986
|Parker Valley Hope||Detox/Community, Residential Treatment||Does not accept Medicaid.
|Parkside Clinic||Methadone Clinic||303-388-5894|
|Peer I||Substance Abuse Out-Patient||303-333-4280|
|Peer I||Residential Treatment||Men||303-761-2885|
||2233 Champa, Denver||Support Group
||Drug/Alcohol prevention/education/support group. Boulder/Denver chapter.
|Potomac Street Center||Methadone Clinic||303-283-5991|
|Raleigh House of Hope
||6870 W 52nd Avenue #103, Arvada||Alcohol, cocaine, heroin, esctasy, LSD, meth, pain killer, PCP, Stimulant, sedative, synthetic marijuana addiction
||rehab therapy, peer led support groups
|Red Point Center,
||1823 Sunset Place, Longmont||Alcohol, drug and mental health
||Outpatient substance abuse center
|Red Rock Recovery Center
||12567 West Cedar Drive, Suite 100, Lakewood||Substance abuse extended care treatment program to help you or a loved one recover from alcoholism and drug addiction
||Adventure programs to utilize individual strengths; Recovery Center in Denver w/ extended care, medical and psychiatric care; individualized treatment; 12 step program and principles; fellowship building trough teamwork and service; health and fitness programs; trauma informed yoga
||443 Highway 105, Palmer Lake||Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment; residential inpatient, outpatient, intensive outpatient, partial hospitalization, after care
||Men and Women and 18 years of age or older at Palmer Lake, CO. Their facility in Sebring, FL accepts 13-17 year old clients. Accepts private insurance as well as private pay.
||Louisville||Extended care treatment
||Serves women 18 years of age and older with extended care for addiction, trauma, and mental health disorders. Utilizes evidence-based, dual diagnosis, integrative treatment. In-patient care.
Harbor Light Center
|2136 Champa Drive, Denver||Provides detoxification services, residential treatment, transitional housing, and outpatient treatment for men and women.
||Treatment includes group and individual counseling, education, skills for managing grief and anger, and training for independent living and meaningful employment. The development of life skills such as anger and money management is an important part of the program. This is a faith-based program. No bipolar even on meds.
|Sandstone Care Colorado
||Boulder, 350 Interlocken Blvd #100 Blvd #100; Denver Center 2100 S Cherry Street #204||Evidence-based individual treatment program for adolescents and young adults. Drug/Alcohol addiction and co-occurring disorder treatment programs.
||Specialize in youth. Teen (13-18) and young adult (18-30). Extended care day treatment, intensive outpatient and outpatient programs.
|Soaring Hope Recovery
||Monument||Treatment focused on holistic personal, physical and spiritual development over addiction and life plan for sobriety
||Does not use prescription drugs to treat addictions; smoking is not allowed; takes only 10 clients at a time; home-like environment; 12 year track record; sense of community in joint activities such as daily meal planning and cooking, mentoring new clients and participation in field trips while sober.
|Sobriety House - Stepping Stone
||(S) 121 Acoma, Denver||Substance Abuse Out-Patient, Residential Treatment||Serves residents of Adams, Arapahoe, Denver, Douglas, Clear Creek, Gilpin and Jefferson Counties. Additional cost required for residents outside of those counties. All veterans with required DD-214 form are served at no cost regardless of county.
|Step 13||Residential Treatment||Men||303-295-7837|
||2029 Larimer Street, Denver||Residential Recovery for Men
||Residential recovery for men; Intakes are Monday-Thursday 8:00am-12:00pm. If accepted participants must be ready to admit at 2:30pm. Restrictions: no pending court cases, no active warrants, no arrests for crimes of violence or sexual offenses, they are not a dual diagnosis treatment facility. Client must pass a breath test and UA on admission.
|Stout Street Foundation;
||(S) 7251 East 49th Avenue, Commerce City||Residential Treatment||303-321-2533|
|Suboxone Helpline||Suboxone/Buprenorphine Services||1-866-973-4373|
|Summitstone Health Partners
||525 West Oak Street, Fort Collins||Mental Health and substance use disorder services
||SummitStone Health Partners is focused on providing mental health intervention and treatment to citizens for whom the current medical and insurance systems offer no safety net. No residential treatment option.
||(970)494-5792 direct or (970)494-4200 direct access
|Treasure House of Hope
||1725 Havana Street, Aurora||Substance Abuse
||12-mont residential treatment program, no cost, faith based. Counseling, life skills, career development, supportive services.
|VA Addiction Treatment||Substance Abuse Out-Patient||303-393-2882|
||- Parker, 22422 East Main Street; Denver 71-8 S Alton Way, Bldg A, Centennial||Drug and Alcohol Addiction Services
||Established in 1967; 24/7 admissions; Medically monitored detox, residential treatment 30 days; outpatient services; continuing care; family care; medication assisted treatment
||1-800-544-5101; Parker 303-841-7857; Denver 303-694-3829
|Victory Outreach||Residential Treatment||303-937-7460|
|Volunteers of America
||Colorado Branch, 1247 Santa Fe Drive, Denver||Housing assistance
||Connecting veterans with resources for addiction treatment
||3400 Lutheran Parkway, Wheatridge||Addiction/Psychiatric Care; Family Video Group; Continuing Care; Intensive Out-Patient; Family Intensive
||Medical and clinical teams serve adults ages 18 and older with psychiatric or addiction concerns. We also offer integrated treatment for people with co-occurring diagnoses who are affected by both chemical dependency and an emotional or psychiatric disorder.||303-467-4080|
||Denver||Providers of Intervention Services
||Wilkins group is focused on aiding families who have a loved one struggling with addiction or alcoholism. The goal is to give a voice to their already existing motivation to overcome the addiction, while protecting and beginning a healing process for strained familial relationships.