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Drug & Alcohol Detox Centers in Colorado

There are 52 detox centers in Colorado that specialize in addiction treatment. 12 provide inpatient rehab services. 42 offer outpatient treatment services. You can also find a detox by city: Aurora, Colorado Springs, Denver, Fort Collins, or Lakewood.

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Drug & Alcohol Detoxification Facilities in Colorado

If you or a loved one is struggling with a substance use disorder in Colorado, there is help available. Colorado has several dozen detox programs across the state. These include alcohol and drug rehab centers. The first step toward recovery often requires entering a detox center. Depending on the substance someone was using a medical detox may be necessary. For example, if someone is seeking alcohol addiction treatment then they may need detox before a rehab facility will be able to accept them. Once this is completed it is recommended to get additional help. This can include going to a treatment center that provides outpatient or residential services.

Mental health issues occur alongside substance abuse at a fairly high rate. If someone is experiencing mental health issues then getting help for this can also help their sobriety. An inpatient treatment program that specializes in behavioral health may be recommended. There are many such centers in Colorado. They can provide treatment plans that are tailored to substance abuse and dual diagnosis issues. These SAMHSA-approved mental health services can provide significant help for substance abuse and mental illness.

Everyone is unique and may benefit from a different combination of treatment options. Finding the right rehab program for you can be a huge factor in your recovery. Thankfully Colorado has a wide range of addiction treatment services. Having a wide selection of providers is a good thing. This gives you options so that you can choose the most effective Colorado addiction recovery treatment possible.

A Look at Substance Abuse in Colorado

Substance abuse is a serious concern in Colorado. Drug addiction has been worsening in the state since 2000. The severity of the problems have accelerated even more since 2015 alongside the worsening of the opioid epidemic. Opioid overdose deaths have spiked largely due to fentanyl. This includes prescription drugs as well as illicit opioid drugs. The main contributor to the drug problems in Colorado is fentanyl. Similar to many other states, this drug is running rampant. The Colorado Health Institute has found that fentanyl is the main driver of the recent spike in opioid overdoses.

In addition to opioids other types of drug overdoses are on the rise. Methamphetamine use and overdoses have risen dramatically alongside opioid overdoses. While cocaine overdoses have risen as well, they have not risen as sharply as opioid or methamphetamine overdose deaths. Drug overdoses of all kinds rose by 50% from 2019 to 2020. These include overdoses from prescription opioids, cocaine, and crystal meth. This is a significant jump in just one year.

Marijuana use also remains a problem in the state. Even though it is legal for recreational use there is still a significant black market for the drug. Since you have to be 21 to buy marijuana legally, many adolescents and young adults have been buying illicit marijuana. This can lead to other drug use later in life and continues to be an issue across Colorado.

Colorado is still considered a hub for drug activity, and there is quite a lot of drug trafficking activity that occurs in the state. This is especially so in the area around Denver. In May of 2017, the DEA led a multi-agency task force in the arrest of 52 members of the East Side Crips. They were charged with trafficking cocaine and crack in the Denver metro area. Colorado also acts as a hub for drug trafficking from Mexico into the greater United States due to its central location. The major drug trafficking cartels that operate in Colorado include the Sinaloa and Los Zetas cartels. On a local level drug distribution is mainly handled by the Crips, Aryan Empire, and Sureños gangs.

Aside from foreign drug imports, there are still substantial domestic drug issues. For example, in 2017 there were 13 meth labs that were seized by law enforcement, and the presence of crystal meth remains high in the Denver area. There is also a steadily increasing presence of heroin in the Denver area over the last few years.

Colorado Addiction & Detox Statistics

  • Throughout the entire state of Colorado the number of overdose deaths has been rising. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse the problem is rapidly escalating. In 2018 there were 564 opioid overdose deaths.
  • In the city of Denver alone, there have been 118 Colorado residents to die from heroin overdose over the last year.
  • According to surveys, nearly half of all Colorado residents between the ages of 18 and 24 admit to binge drinking over the past month.
  • Due to the decision to legalize recreational marijuana in Colorado, there has been a major decrease in rates of crime. This is especially evident in drug-related crimes. Specifically, the frequency of drug-related criminal charges has dropped an astounding 23 percent.
  • The one drawback to having legal marijuana in Colorado is that it means there are inevitably going to be more people using the substance. According to statistics, about 4 percent of the United States population uses some type of mind-altering substance. The rate in Colorado is 11.3 percent.

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1115 Elkton Drive, Colorado Springs, CO, 80907
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment, State-financed health insurance plan other than Medicaid, Medicare, Medicaid, Military insurance (e.g.=> TRICARE)
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
2205 Cordillera Way, Edwards, CO, 81632
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
706 South College Avenue, Fort Collins, CO, 80524
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment, State-financed health insurance plan other than Medicaid, IHS/Tribal/Urban (ITU) funds, Military insurance (e.g.=> TRICARE), Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors)
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Gay & Lesbian
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
1125 Three Springs Boulevard, Durango, CO, 81301
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment, Federal or any government funding for substance use programs, Medicaid
  • No formal relationship with prescribing entity
  • Accepts clients using medication assisted treatment for alcohol use disorder but prescribed elsewhere
1525 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO, 80302
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment, State-financed health insurance plan other than Medicaid, Federal or any government funding for substance use programs, Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors)
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
  • Other contracted prescribing entity
  • No formal relationship with prescribing entity
  • Accepts clients using medication assisted treatment for alcohol use disorder but prescribed elsewhere
2135 Southgate Road, Colorado Springs, CO, 80906
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment, IHS/Tribal/Urban (ITU) funds, Military insurance (e.g.=> TRICARE)
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
1693 North Quentin Street, Aurora, CO, 80045
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment, IHS/Tribal/Urban (ITU) funds, Medicaid
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
  • In-network prescribing entity
2255 South 88th Street, Louisville, CO, 80027
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment, State-financed health insurance plan other than Medicaid, Medicare, Medicaid, Military insurance (e.g.=> TRICARE)
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
72 Suttle Street, Durango, CO, 81303
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment, Federal or any government funding for substance use programs, Medicare, Medicaid
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Methadone used in Treatment
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
360 Peak One Drive, Frisco, CO, 80443
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment, State-financed health insurance plan other than Medicaid, Payment assistance (check with facility for details), Federal or any government funding for substance use programs, Medicare, Medicaid, Military insurance (e.g.=> TRICARE), Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors)
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
  • No formal relationship with prescribing entity
  • Accepts clients using medication assisted treatment for alcohol use disorder but prescribed elsewhere
35 North Ash Street, Cortez, CO, 81321
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment, Federal or any government funding for substance use programs, Medicaid
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Accepts clients using medication assisted treatment for alcohol use disorder but prescribed elsewhere
2265 Lava Lane, Alamosa, CO, 81101
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment, Federal or any government funding for substance use programs, Medicaid, Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors)
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Seniors or older adults
  • Methadone used in Treatment
  • Accepts clients using medication assisted treatment for alcohol use disorder but prescribed elsewhere
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STATE Detox Resources

  • Advocates for Recovery is a Colorado-based nonprofit organization dedicated to a new recovery movement. As the name suggests, this group seeks to advocate for those in need of addiction treatment.
  • Addiction Research and Treatment Services, or ARTS, is a department at the University of Colorado. Their goal is to conduct important research on substance abuse and addiction. They hope to enhance the efficacy of prevention and rehabilitation methods.
  • Mental Health Partners Colorado is a nonprofit organization that provides a range of services. These include outpatient services and human services. Their website also provides a range of helpful community programs in Boulder. They also have a 24/7 crisis helpline.
  • Western Colorado 211 is a community services organization. They provide referrals to a variety of human services across western Colorado. These include housing assistance, community support services, and a range of other helpful resources.
  • 211 Colorado provides a statewide resource guide. Their website includes group therapy and addiction support groups. They also provide crisis hotlines and a variety of other helpful resources in Colorado.

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