There are reportedly 448 drug and alcohol rehabs in Colorado, though just 62 offer residential rehabilitation and only 9 have inpatient hospital treatment. Some of these facilities also offer detoxification, and 41 have long-term programs. As with most other states, the majority of people receiving treatment in Colorado are left with only outpatient choices.
Drug and alcohol rehab professionals agree that inpatient rehabs offer a more structured and secure environment for an individual to focus on his or her substance abuse and accompanying issues. We can assist you in finding an inpatient drug rehab center as well as connect you up with other treatment resources and even help verify your insurance benefits.
Contact us today for more information on finding a drug rehab program for someone from Colorado, or click on a city below to browse facility listings.
Colorado Addiction Treatment Information
On the latest single-day count there were 38,825 people in Colorado who were enrolled in substance use treatment, which is a slight increase compared to five years earlier.
Among persons in Colorado enrolled in substance use treatment on that single-day count, 22.7% were in treatment for a drug problem only, 36.9% were in treatment for an alcohol problem only, and 40.4% were in treatment for problems with both drugs and alcohol.
In Colorado, about 370,000 people aged 12 or older are dependent on or abused alcohol, and less than 40,000 of them receive treatment in a given year.
Close to 120,000 people in Colorado aged 12 or older were dependent on or abused illicit drugs within the year prior to being surveyed.
Nearly 255,000 people in the state aged 21 or older reported heavy alcohol use within the month prior to being surveyed. Of these, about 1 in 15 received treatment for alcohol use within the year prior to being surveyed.
In a single-day count in 2012, 2,262 persons in Colorado were receiving methadone as part of their substance use treatment, and 269 were receiving buprenorphine. Both of these were significant increases compared to just five years earlier.
Among those aged 12 or older with illicit drug dependence or abuse in Colorado, about 20,000 people per year received treatment for their illicit drug use within the year prior to being surveyed.
Colorado Drug Rehabs by City
- Alamosa (4)
Canon City (2)
Castle Rock (3)
Colorado Springs (30)
Commerce City (4)
Crested Butte (1)
Estes Park (2)
Fort Collins (5)
Fort Lupton (1)
Fort Morgan (3)
Glenwood Springs (5)
Grand Junction (9)
Idaho Springs (1)
La Jara (2)
La Junta (2)
Las Animas (2)
Lone Tree (1)
Monte Vista (1)
Pagosa Springs (1)
San Luis (1)
Steamboat Springs (3)
USAF Academy (1)
Wheat Ridge (4)
Winter Park (1)
Woodland Park (2)
Colorado Recovery Support
– Rocky Mountain Zonal Forum http://rmfna.org
– Mile High Area (Denver) Phone: 303.832-3784 www.nacolorado.org/denver/
– Colorado Springs, Salida, Securtiy, Cascade Phone: 719.637-1580 www.nacolorado.org/cospgs/
– Southern Colorado Phone: 719.994-1479
– Boulder Area Phone: 303.412-2884 http://naboulder.org
– Serenity Unlimited Area (Grand Junction, Delta, Telluride, Hotchkiss, Montrose) Phone: 970.201-1133
– Fort Collins, Greeley, Loveland, Berthoud, Estes Park Phone: 970.282-8079 www.fortnet.org/na/
– Colorado Region Phone: 970.458-5081 www.nacolorado.org
– Mountain High Area (Steamboat Springs, Craig) Phone: 970.879-4357
Colorado State Agency Resources
Colorado Department of Human Services
3824 West Princeton Circle
Denver, CO 80236-3111
Phone Number: (303)-866-7400
Fax Number: (303)-866-7481