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Find the Best Drug & Alcohol Rehab Facilities in Colorado

When compared with much of the country, Colorado has relatively high rates of substance use, and the numbers suggest that there may be many people in the state in need of addiction treatment. Addiction tends to get worse the longer it goes untreated, and people who abuse drugs and alcohol over time are at risk of serious health consequences, legal and financial trouble, strained relationships with loved ones, and even death from overdose or other complications. Use the listing below to find a drug and alcohol rehab center in Colorado and get help now to prevent harm to yourself and others, and experience life free from addiction.

Healing Pines Recovery
Healing Pines Recovery
5550 County Rd 124 Elizabeth, CO 80107
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Healing Pines Recovery from Todalen Marketing & Media on Vimeo. Healing Pines Recovery is a high-end residential treatment center on a 40-acre ranch. A boutique style setting where we welcome a small group of men at a time for highly personalized care. Healing Pines Recovery treats addiction and dual diagnoses with evidence-based therapies, detox, medication-assisted treatment, and various holistic therapies. Men meet 1:1 with a licensed therapist several times a week, and weekly with a psychiatrist. Evidence-Based Care for Men’s Unique Needs Healing Pines Recovery creates a safe, accepting space for men to connect and navigate challenges. Their masters-level clinicians lead evidence-based therapies in 1:1 and group settings, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), and 12-Step and non-12-Step support groups. Healing Pines Recovery uses evidence-based therapies to treat addiction at its roots and any co-occurring mental illnesses, traumas, and stress. Holistic Healing in Nature Men at Healing Pines Recovery enjoy daily holistic and experiential therapies, including physical labor on the ranch. Clients can regularly visit on-site donkeys and dogs. Off site, men can enjoy equine therapy and animal-assisted therapy with llamas, goats, and more. Healing Pines Recovery’s other experiential therapies include hiking, fishing, snowboarding, pickleball, basketball, snowshoeing, mountain biking, and pottery, among others. Family-Wide Recovery Healing Pines Recovery provides weekly family therapy and visitation hours. Loved ones can come on-site each Sunday to visit, privately meet with a family therapist, or have a family therapy session with the therapist and their loved ones. Healing Pines Recovery also allows tech use so men can stay in contact with family and any urgent work needs. After completing residential treatment, Healing Pines Recovery connects clients to further care—like intensive outpatient, sober living, or outpatient services.
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Dove Counseling Inc.
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Crossroads Turning Points Inc
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National Institute for Change, P.C.
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IDEA Aurora
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IDEA Forum Inc
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Recovering Spirit LLC
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Dont Look Back Center
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Odyssey Counseling
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Mile High Behavioral Healthcare
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Jefferson Center for Mental Health
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Partnership for Progress
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Colorado Family Counseling Inc
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Colorado West Regional Mental Hlth Ctr
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Southern Colorado Court Services
200 West B Street Pueblo, CO 81003
Health Solutions Family Center
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Gateway To Success
2429 South Prairie Avenue Pueblo, CO 81005
First Step Counseling
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Valle Wide Health Systems
220 East 1st Street Ordway, CO 81063
RESADA Outpatient
215 2nd Street Las Animas, CO 81054
Valley-Wide Counseling & Support Center- Lamar
100 Kendall Drive Lamar, CO 81052
Crossroads Turning Points
3501 South Main Street Lamar, CO 81052
Valley-Wide Integrated Care Clinic
711 Barnes Avenue La Junta, CO 81050
Rangeview Counseling Center
103 East Simpson Street Lafayette, CO 80026
Mental Health Partners
1455 Dixon Avenue Lafayette, CO 80026
Men & Women Seeking Empowerment
1300 Plaza Court North Lafayette, CO 80026
Flatirons Recovery
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Jefferson Center for Mental Health
1531 Colorado Boulevard Idaho Springs, CO 80452
Teocalli Treatment Options LLC
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Centennial Mental Health Center
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Creative Counseling Services
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VA Western Colorado Health Care System
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Counseling Center of Rockies
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AllHealth Network
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Broadway Counseling Services
3671 South Huron Street Englewood, CO 80110
Colorado Counseling
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Colorado Family Counseling Inc
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Axis Health System
1970 East 3rd Avenue Durango, CO 81301
Summit Women's Recovery
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Ambiance Counseling Services
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U of CO Anschutz Medical Campus/ARTS
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University of Colorado Denver/ARTS
3680 West Princeton Circle Denver, CO 80236
Sunflower Treatment Services
1100 South Shoshone Denver, CO 80219
Set Apart Treatment Inc
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Park Hill Counseling
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Reliant Services
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Red Rock Recovery Center
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Achieve Whole Recovery
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A New Image Counseling Services LLC
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Denver Recovery Group West(outpatient)
5330 Manhattan Circle Boulder, CO 80301
Boulder Alcohol Education Center
1525 Spruce Street Boulder, CO 80302
Boulder Integrated Health
2429 Broadway Boulder, CO 80304
Saddle Rock Counseling Services
2101 South Blackhawk Street Aurora, CO 80014
Aurora Therapy Center
15501 East 13th Avenue Aurora, CO 80011
Genesis Counseling
8120 Sheridan Boulevard Arvada, CO 80003
A.R.T.S. Potomac Street Center
750 Potomac Street Aurora, CO 80011
Jefferson Center for Mental Health
7828 Vance Drive Arvada, CO 80003
Ascension Counseling
811 Main Street Alamosa, CO 81101
Centennial Mental Health CTR
871 East 1st Street Akron, CO 80720
A New Perspective Counseling
1004 McHugh Street Fort Collins, CO 80524
Valley Hope of Denver
7108 South Alton Way Englewood, CO 80112
National Institute for Change
9600 East Arapahoe Road Englewood, CO 80112
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A Turning Point
5160 North Union Boulevard Colorado Springs, CO 80918
Centennial Mental Health Center
821 East Railroad Avenue Fort Morgan, CO 80701
Advantage Treatment Center Inc.
219 East Railroad Avenue Fort Morgan, CO 80701
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6655 W. Jewell Avenue, Suite 100 Lakewood, CO 80232
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1700 North Wheeling Street Aurora, CO 80045
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724 North Tejon Street Colorado Springs, CO 80903
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All Points North Lodge

All Points North Lodge truly exemplifies what “luxury treatment” should look like. From the beautiful mountainous location to the fabulous clinical services provided, I would not recommend any other place for my loved ones to come seek treatment. All Points North Lodge takes a comprehensive view of treatment and addresses all aspects of wellness. Whether you are coming to APN to address trauma, addiction, mental health or something else, you can be sure that your individualized treatment plan will integrate nutrition, exercise, wellness, spirituality, experiential therapy, clinical work and much more to provide the best experience possible.

- Andrea
5 out of 5
Edwards, CO

Denver Recovery Center

The entire experience from intake to completion is overall a wonderful experience. Our guest have the opportunity to address every area of their recovery and work toward a bright future and better life. We are so proud of the treatment team and the effort that is put forth in ensuring each individual client receives the highest quality of care with an individualized approach. Taking an individualized approach with each and every client, Making the quality of care the highest priority, putting the individuals and group first, balance of structure, leisure and activities, understanding, variety of modalities, staff to client ratio, success.

- Kevin
5 out of 5
Broomfield, CO

Peaks Recovery Centers

This place is truly amazing. I went through Peaks a little over 3 years ago and it changed my life. I gained so much more then Sobriety here, I gained Self Love, Self Confidence, A community, A family and the list goes on. Its not the Building but rather the people that encompass this building. You walk in and it does't feel like your just another client or a paycheck but that your loved and a friend. I'm so grateful for all the way down to the wonderful Therapists that walked with me down a hard road and through a lot of traumatic experiences with me. I would recommend this place to anyone!!

- KH
5 out of 5
Colorado Springs, CO
CO Substance Abuse Facts

According to the 2013-2014 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) National Survey on Drug Use and Health, Colorado was the only state that ranked in the top 10 for heavy consumption of all of the following: marijuana, cocaine, alcohol, and opioid painkillers.1

In the 2014-2015 SAMHSA survey, the number of Colorado residents age 12 and older who reported using certain substances in the past year was above—and in some cases well above— the national average: 2–4

  • 09% used marijuana (vs. 13.35% nationally)
  • 75% used cocaine (vs. 1.75% nationally)
  • 38% used heroin (vs. 0.33% nationally)
  • 22% used alcohol (vs. 52.2% nationally)

From 2000 to 2015, there were 10,552 drug overdose deaths in Colorado.6 In almost every year the rate of overdose death rose and was much higher than the national rate. In 2000, there were 351 overdose deaths, and the age-adjusted rate was 7.8 deaths per 100,000 population. In 2015, there were 880 deaths, and the rate increased to 15.7. Opioid-related overdose deaths made up a large portion of deaths and went up significantly in the 15-year period.6

Recreational marijuana was legalized for sale on Jan. 1, 2014. According to a report from the Colorado Department of Public Health, an estimated 31% of young adults used marijuana at least once in the last 30 days in 2014 compared to 21% in 2006. About 12.6% of adolescents between the ages of 12 and 17 reported using marijuana within the last 30 days in 2014 compared to 10.2% in 2009.6 Despite its state-wide legal status, marijuana remains illegal at the federal level, and researchers have found evidence that problem use can develop into physical dependence.7

Getting Addiction Treatment Help in CO

Finding the right “fit” in terms of treatment will depend on your insurance, medical situation, substance of abuse, addiction history, and support system. The best program for you could be in your hometown, or it could be in another state.

Whether you call Colorado home or have chosen it as your destination for rehab, we can help you take the first step toward healing from addiction. Browse through our directory to see options for inpatient and outpatient treatment centers, and the amenities they offer. Or you can give us a call today at to speak with a support specialist about any questions you may have.

Where Else Can I Find Help in CO?

If you don’t have health insurance or are afraid you can’t cover the cost of rehab, don’t worry. Other options exist.

Get in touch with drug and alcohol rehab centers you’re interested in and ask whether they have sliding scale payment programs that modify the cost based on what you can pay. Many treatment facilities will also work out a payment installment plan with you, so you can avoid paying a lump sum up-front.

You can also research state-funded rehabs or see if you qualify for federal and state healthcare programs such as Medicare or Medicaid. Some recovery centers accept these forms of insurance.

Resources in Colorado
  • Colorado AA: Get links and information about Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in major cities so you can connect with sober peers who are also in recovery.
  • Colorado Department of Human Services: The state government department is a general resource for substance abuse and mental health information for adults, children, people with disabilities, and older adults.
  • NA Colorado: The state chapter provides information about where to find Narcotics Anonymous meetings around the state.
  • Rise Above Colorado: This nonprofit organization helps to prevent teen substance abuse through education and raising awareness of the dangers of drugs.
  • Colorado Crisis Services: This anonymous network helps Coloradans who are dealing with drug abuse, suicidal thoughts, stress, relationship problems, and other issues.
  • Take Meds Seriously: This campaign helps to educate the public about the risks of prescription drug abuse and how to safely use, store, and dispose of medications.
  • Colorado Medication Take-Back Program: The Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment lists locations where residents can return unused medications to prevent abuse.
  • Colorado 2-1-1: Find resources in your community such as health services, mental health and addiction treatment, housing, child care, vocational assistance, and legal help.

Insurance Providers

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  1. The Denver Post. (2016). Survey: Colorado stands out for consuming drugs, alcohol.
  2. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. National Survey on Drug Use and Health State Tabs: Colorado.
  3. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2016). Results from the 2015 National Survey on Drug Use and Health: Detailed Tables.
  4. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2015). Behavioral Health Barometer: Colorado, Volume 4.
  5. Mohney, G. (2016). Colorado Marijuana Report Reveals Increase in Hospital Visits After Legalization. ABC News.
  6. Rosenthal, A., Bol, K., and Gabella, B. (2016). Examining Opioid and Heroin-Related Drug Overdose in Colorado. Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Health Watch, No. 100.
  7. National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2017). Is Marijuana Addictive?