Counselors and therapists can help you identify factors that underly your substance use, to avoid triggers, to strengthen your motivation, and to navigate treatment options. They can also team with certified professionals to administer medication-assisted treatment. More on counseling.
24-hour-a-day/seven-day-a-week emergency residential and respite care, education and day treatment, outpatient in-home therapy and counseling, and other supports for Colorado youth and their families who are in crisis and experiencing trauma, transience, and/or homelessness.
Providence Network offers a two-tiered housing model that promotes the three pillars of whole-life transformation: economic self-sufficiency, healthy relationships, and recovery/personal growth. The first tier programming provides individual counseling, group therapy, vocational assistance, life skills development, spiritual growth, and accountability with 24/7 live-in staff.
Our Behavioral Health providers help patients struggling with chronic medical conditions, stress, depression, anxiety, substance use, sleep problems, and weight management. We serve all patients, regardless of their ability to pay.
AspenRidge Recovery is a team of people who want to give back to their community and be a part of something bigger than themselves. All outpatient locations offer affordable, evidence-based treatment for addiction, mental health, trauma, and a life-long recovery support community.
Physicians authorized by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to treat patients for opioid dependency using medicine.
Support groups provide a space for getting social support, a sense of empowerment, and motivation from people who have faced — or are facing — similar challenges and circumstances. More on support groups.
Addiction Treatment Options Near Me
There are hundreds of treatment facilities in the Colorado area that aim to help people manage their addiction and live a healthier life. Denver and Lakewood have the largest number of rehab centers, but there are also many options in Arvada, Aurora, and Colorado Springs.
Many individuals are looking to limit their travel time to and from treatment facilities. For others, it’s crucial to find an option that is further away from home, eliminating outside exposure to bad influences and temptations.
Choosing the Right Treatment Facility
Start Your Recovery can be used as a resource to direct you to the best treatment center for your individual needs. If you need immediate support, you can also call 844-493-TALK (8255) or visit the Colorado Crisis Services page for state-wide support that is free, confidential, and accessible 24/7.
There are various treatment facility options in the state of Colorado, including:
Cost and Insurance
There are many ways to receive help and support to pay for the cost of treatment in Colorado. Most rehab facilities in the area accept both Medicaid and private health insurance; hundreds of centers also accept Medicare. While only a handful of centers offer free treatment, dozens of facilities offer payment assistance, and over a hundred offer a sliding fee scale, based on income.
Inpatient or residential rehabs allow patients to live at the facility during their treatment. There are short-term facilities that usually allow a three to six week stay, and there are long-term facilities that typically allow patients to stay for six months to a year. In Colorado, specifically, there are dozens of residential rehabs to choose from.
Outpatient rehabs offer daily treatment but allow patients to reside in the comfort of their own home.
There are hundreds of different outpatient rehab centers in the state of Colorado. Denver has the highest number of them, followed by Lakewood, Arvada, and Aurora – each offering dozens of options. There are also a handful of outpatient centers in Colorado Springs.
By learning more about the differences between inpatient and outpatient rehabs, you will be able to choose the best option for your specific needs.
Local Government Programs
Good Samaritan Law
The state of Colorado’s 911 Good Samaritan Law states that a person cannot face criminal prosecution if they report a drug or alcohol overdose, if acting in good faith.
Immunity from criminal prosecution may also apply to a person who remains at the scene of an overdose until a law enforcement officer or an emergency medical responder arrives.
This law also protects the person who has overdosed, giving them criminal immunity, as well.