Youth Substance Abuse Treatment Services - The Recovery Center
35 North Ash Street
Data Provided By
Western Colorado 2-1-1 - WC 211
Description of Service
Youth substance abuse treatment services are for youth age 12 to 19 in the community who are struggling with alcohol/drug. There are 3 different programs available.
First Offender Program:
A three-hour program designed to meet the needs of youth that are experiencing the first consequences of drug or alcohol use. The program is designed for youth age 12 to 19.
Youth Outpatient Treatment Program:
For youth between the ages of 12 - 19 who display display substance abuse or dependence behaviors. The program is a 32 hours of individual, group and family sessions over a period of approximately 16 weeks.
The program focuses on
- Refusal Skills
- Emotion Regulation
- Stress Tolerance
- Goal Setting
- Problem Solving and Interpersonal Effectiveness
Youth are required to provide negative urine drug screens and breathalyzers during the program.
Student Assistance Program (School Based Programs):
Gender specific groups are offered to middle and high school students to address topics such as family problems, social issues, drug/alcohol problems
Call to schedule an intake assessment
Youth must have referral from law enforcement to participate in the First Offender Program.
To participate in the school-based program, contact the student's school counselor or administration office.
Agency Application, Other Documentation needed will be given at the intake assessment
Youth age 12 - 19 with Substance Abuse Behaviors or Dependency
Fees or Charges
Types of Fees
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Medicaid with a diagnosis code, other private insurances
Hours of Operation
Administration Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8:30 am - 6:00 pm, Friday, 8:30 am - 12:00 pm