|AA Meetings - Colorado Springs Area Service Office Alcoholics Anonymous||Provides a free support group for those seeking sobriety from alcohol.||El Paso County||Colorado Springs Area Service Office Alcoholics Anonymous||Colorado Springs Area Service Office Alcoholics Anonymous |
|AA Support Group Meetings - Alcoholics Anonymous, Center Office of Western Slope||Alcoholic Anonymous has meetings in multiple counties and cities in Western Colorado and throughout the state.
Meeting information can be found online or by call the hotline.
||Mesa County||1005 N 12TH ST||Alcoholics Anonymous, Central Office of Western Slope|
|Alcohol Disorder Support Group - Northern Colorado Area Intergroup||Alcoholics Anonymous offers a twelve-step support group for anyone with a desire to stop drinking. Support groups held in numerous locations throughout Larimer and Weld counties.||Larimer County||Northern Colorado Area Intergroup||Northern Colorado Area Intergroup|
|Alcoholics Anonymous - Denver Area Central Committee of Alcoholics Anonymous||Provides support groups to help alcoholics achieve sobriety and provide services to the fellowship.
There are more than 1100 meetings of AA weekly in the 50-mile radius to Metro Denver.||Denver County||Denver Area Central Committee of Alcoholics Anonymous||Denver Area Central Committee of Alcoholics Anonymous|
|Drug and Alcohol Education - Empowerment Program||Offers a support group to help women focus on cognitive and behavioral skills that promote sober living and recovery from addiction to drugs and alcohol.||Denver County||Empowerment Program||Empowerment Program|
|Information and Support - Alcoholics Anonymous Central Office (Boulder County)||Offers fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other so they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The Boulder County Central Office manages phone hotlines and resources for the Alcoholics Anonymous community in Boulder, Broomfield, Lafayette, Longmont, and the rest of Boulder County.||Boulder County||Alcoholics Anonymous Central Office (Boulder County)||Alcoholics Anonymous Central Office (Boulder County)|
|Substance Abuse and Behavioral Health Treatment - Creative Treatment Options||Operates as an outpatient drug/alcohol abuse treatment program with offices located throughout the Metro Denver area. Provides education and training to identify and cope with both interpersonal processes that lead to criminal conduct and substance abuse.
Treatment providing in the following areas:
- Mental Health
- Substance Abuse Counseling
- Court Ordered Treatment
- DWAI and DUI
- Domestic Violence
- Anger Management
- Peer Recovery Coaching
- Support Groups||Jefferson County||Creative Treatment Options||Creative Treatment Options|
|Substance Abuse Services - Harmony Foundation||Offers several services for adults with drug and alcohol disorders including:
- Residential evaluation services such as medically managed inpatient detoxification, clinical/psychological assessments, treatment and continuing care planning.
- Residential variable length of stay treatment that includes individual and group counseling, medical and psychological assessments, mental health services and MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment).
- Weekend Intensive Outpation Program (IOP) on campus open to the community. Program is on Friday, Saturday and Sunday for a minimum of 6 weeks (12 weeks recommended). Includes MAT and Mental Health Services.
Medication Assisted Treatment options include buprenorphine, naltrexone and other medications as indicated.
Mental Health Services include:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
- Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention (MBRP)
- Co-occurring disorders mental health services
- Individual psychotherapy sessions and Recovery Coach sessions
- Access to Recovery Support Groups||Larimer County||Harmony Foundation||Harmony Foundation |
|Substance Abuse Support Groups - ALANO Club||Provides a meeting place and support for recovering alcoholics and substance abusers. There are a variety of meetings for 12 step recovery groups, including Alcoholics Anonymous, Alanon, Alateen, Narcotics Anonymous, 3 Point Club, Cocaine Anonymous, and CO-Dependent.
Meetings can be both open or closed, and membership is open to any person in recovery, as well as family members, friends and others who themselves do not have substance abuse problems.||Pueblo County||Substance Abuse||ALANO Club|
|Support Groups of Northwest Colorado - Cocaine Anonymous of Colorado||Offers support groups for individuals with drug and alcohol additions. Uses the Twelve Step Program developed by Alcoholics Anonymous.||Denver County||Cocaine Anonymous of Colorado||Cocaine Anonymous of Colorado|
|Support Groups of Southeast Colorado - Cocaine Anonymous of Colorado||Offers support groups for individuals with drug and alcohol additions. Uses the Twelve Step Program developed by Alcoholics Anonymous.||Denver County||Cocaine Anonymous of Colorado||Cocaine Anonymous of Colorado|
|Support Program for Children from Families with Addictions - Betty Ford Center||Offers a four day prevention and education program for children from families experiencing addiction. Parents or caregivers join their children for a portion of the program. The adult component includes parent education and support.||Arapahoe County||Betty Ford Center||Betty Ford Center|