|Addiction Treatment for Frequent Detox Users (Birch Street) - Arapahoe House||The Program to Reduce Over-Utilization of Detoxification (PROUD) assists people who are using detoxification facilities primarily for shelter and are not benefiting from traditional substance abuse services. Treatment time three months to a year. Addresses substance abuse and helps with housing, medical care, and referrals to other community resources.||Adams County||Birch Street - Arapahoe House||Arapahoe House|
|Addiction Treatment for Frequent Detox Users (South Potomac Street) - Arapahoe House||The Program to Reduce Over-Utilization of Detoxification (PROUD) assists people who are using detoxification facilities primarily for shelter and are not benefiting from traditional substance abuse services. Treatment time three months to a year. Addresses substance abuse and helps with housing, medical care, and referrals to other community resources.||Denver County||South Potomac Street - Arapahoe House||Arapahoe House|
|Addiction Treatment for Frequent Detox Users (Wadsworth Boulevard) - Arapahoe House||The Program to Reduce Over-Utilization of Detoxification (PROUD) assists people who are using detoxification facilities primarily for shelter and are not benefiting from traditional substance abuse services. Treatment time three months to a year. Addresses substance abuse and helps with housing, medical care, and referrals to other community resources. Services provided in both English and Spanish.||Denver County||Wadsworth Boulevard - Arapahoe House||Arapahoe House|
|Adolescent Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (Synergy Residential) - University of Colorado Addiction Research and Treatment Services||Provides residential treatment for boys ages 14 to 18 experiencing drug and alcohol abuse, conduct and psychiatric disorders and other behaviors. Treatment includes drug and alcohol counseling services, an onsite school, life skills training, and recreational options.
||Denver County||Synergy Residential - University of Colorado Addiction Research and Treatment Services||University of Colorado Addiction Research and Treatment Services|
|Intensive Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (Birch Street) - Arapahoe House||The Short-Term Intensive Residential Remediation Treatment (STIRRT) program seeks to assist substance abusers who fail to maintain sobriety while on parole or probation. Includes approximately 14 days of inpatient treatment followed by 20 weeks of outpatient treatment.
||Adams County||Birch Street - Arapahoe House||Arapahoe House|
|Intensive Residential Substance Abuse Treatment for Women (Littleton Center) - Arapahoe House||The Short-Term Intensive Residential Remediation Treatment (STIRRT) program seeks to assist substance abusing female offenders who are on parole or probation and fail to maintain sobriety from drugs or alcohol. The complete program consists of both an inpatient phase of 14 days and continuing care phase of 20 weeks.||Adams County||Littleton Center - Arapahoe House||Arapahoe House|
|Intensive Residential Treatment - Sobriety House||Provides a four-week residential program for adults seeking sobriety from drugs or alcohol. The program is a maximum of 28 days.||Denver County||Sobriety House||Sobriety House|
|Long Term Residential Drug and Alcohol Treatment - Stout Street Foundation||Provides a two to three-year residential program for drug and alcohol treatment in three phases. Offers a sober living environment, meals, counseling, job training, and job placement.||Adams County||Stout Street Foundation||Stout Street Foundation|
|Men and Women's Ranch - Courage to Change Ranch||Offers a residential program for adults with alcohol and drug addictions, which uses natural, scientifically-based nutrition to heal body, brain and spirit.
||Elbert County||Courage To Change Ranch||Courage to Change Ranch|
|Men's Residential Rehabilitation Center (Harvest Farm) - Denver Rescue Mission||Harvest Farm is a 209-acre farm and rehabilitation center for men seeking to break the cycles of alcohol/drug addiction and homelessness. The Farm accommodates up to 72 men who participate in a long-term treatment program called the New Life Program.||Larimer County||Harvest Farm - Denver Rescue Mission||Denver Rescue Mission|
|Men's Residential Treatment (Denver) - Teen Challenge of the Rocky Mountains||180 Ministries offers a one year residential service providing drug and alcohol addiction recovery services for adult men, 18 years old and older. Services include education, work skills, peer counseling and one-on-one mentoring. The faith-based program includes biblical life principles and relapse prevention.||Denver County||Denver - Teen Challenge of the Rocky Mountains||Teen Challenge of the Rocky Mountains|
|New Directions for Families (Littleton Center) - Arapahoe House||Provides residential treatment for women with substance abuse problems and mental illness and their dependent children. Services may include individual and group therapy, parenting skills development, primary healthcare, health education, literacy assistance, GED preparation, job acquisition, and life skills training.
The program also provides comprehensive services for children ages 0-12. Services for children may include an on-site early childhood center, developmental assessment, tutoring, family bonding and parental attachment activities.||Adams County||Littleton Center - Arapahoe House||Arapahoe House|
|New Life Rehabilitation Program (The Crossing) - Denver Rescue Mission||Provides a 12 - 27 month, faith-based, residential alcohol and drug treatment program for men ages 18 and older.||Denver County||The Crossing - Denver Rescue Mission||Denver Rescue Mission|
|Providence House - Providence Network||Providence House is a long-term discipleship home for single men and women. Serves adults for 15 - 24 months who seek refuge to: recover from addictions, learn to live with physical or mental disabilities, or break free from hardship.
The goal of Providence House is to help hurting people rebuild their lives through a Christ-centered environment of love, acceptance, and accountability wherein each person may pursue his or her program of personal discipleship and healing.||Denver County||Providence Network||Providence Network|
|Pueblo-13th Street Location||Detox
DUI (Male and Female)
Methadone, Detox (24 hr)
Men-Intensive Residential Treatment (IRT), Transitional residential Treatment (TRT), Short-Term Intensive Residential Remediation Treatment(STIRRT-offender based)||Pueblo County||Crossroads' Turning Points, Inc. (Pueblo)||Crossroads Turning Points, Inc.|
|Pueblo-Baltimore Ave. Location||Women's Residential-Intensive Residential Treatment (IRT), Transitional residential Treatment (TRT), Short-Term Intensive Residential Remediation Treatment(STIRRT-offender based)
3500 Baltimore Avenue
STAR-TC and Sober Living
3470 Baltimore Avenue
Perinatal||Pueblo County||Crossroads' Turning Points, Inc. (Pueblo)||Crossroads Turning Points, Inc.|
|Pueblo-East Evans Location||Prevention and recovery for men
Sober Living Program
***No services at this location except the recovery program||Pueblo County||Crossroads' Turning Points, Inc. (Pueblo)||Crossroads Turning Points, Inc.|
|Recovery Services - LAM (Loved-Ones Against Meth)||Loved-ones Against Meth Ministries has been organized to operate exclusively for charitable purposes in helping the addicted of the community gain sobriety; including but not limited to:
Providing safe, sober shelter to people seeking recovery.
Teaching people the tools they need to get sober and stay sober.
Educating family members on the best practices to encourage sobriety in their family members.
Our goal is to bring men into our program and show them a new way of life that does not involve drugs or alcohol, allow them to rest, and get the proper nutrition they need. While doing this, they will have the opportunity to take a look at the root issues of addiction in their lives. The most important objective at LAM Ministries is to find true freedom and victory in Jesus Christ. It is not about religion, it is about the relationship we can all have with Jesus.||Weld County||LAM - (Loved-Ones Against Meth)||LAM - (Loved-Ones Against Meth)|
|Residential Addiction Treatment (CeDAR) - UCHealth||Provides the following services for individuals with addictive disorders:
- 31-day and 60-day residential treatment programs for individuals 18 and over
- outpatient treatment
- family support
- aftercare counseling groups||Adams County||Center for Dependency Addiction and Rehabilitation (CeDAR) - UCHealth||UCHealth|
|Residential Substance Abuse Program (Harbor Light) - Salvation Army||Provides a six to nine month residential substance abuse program for men. This program focuses on:
- Relapse Prevention and Education
- Vocational and Spiritual Growth
- Transitional Living||Denver County||Harbor Light - Salvation Army||Salvation Army|
|Residential Substance Abuse Programs for Adolescents - Arapahoe House||Offers residential program (StepWise) for adolescents with substance abuse disorders. Focuses on stabilizing and preparing individuals for ongoing treatment through day or outpatient programs.
The StepWise program includes:
- Intensive individual, group and family therapy
- An accredited on‑site school for clients who have not received a high school diploma or are working towards their GED
- Job skills training services available to age appropriate clients.
- Recreational activities||Adams County||Lipan Street - Arapahoe House||Arapahoe House|
|Residential Substance Abuse Programs for Adults - Arapahoe House||Offers residential program (Healing First) for adults with substance abuse disorders. Focuses on stabilizing and preparing individuals for ongoing treatment through day or outpatient programs.
The Healing First program includes:
- Individual, group and family therapy
- Recovery planning
- Psychiatric stabilization and medication management
- Recreational activities
- Positive social support
- 12-step meetings
- Case management||Adams County||Lipan Street - Arapahoe House||Arapahoe House|
|Residential Substance Abuse Treatment for Pregnant and Postpartum Women (Aspen Center) - Arapahoe House||The Aspen Center is a residential substance abuse treatment program for pregnant women and women who have delivered a baby in the last year. Children up to 12 years old may accompany their mother. Offers intensive individual and group therapy, parenting skills classes, case management, and primary health care and health education. Minimum of 2 month stay with option for extended stay.||Adams County||Aspen Center for Women - Arapahoe House||Arapahoe House|
|Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program (N Broadway) - Salvation Army||A comprehensive six month (compulsory live-in) alcohol and drug treatment facility is provided for men and women ages 21-60.||Denver County||N Broadway - Salvation Army||Salvation Army|
|Residential Treatment - North Range Behavioral Health||To support recovery for those in our treatment programs, North Range Behavioral Health provides a continuum of residential services, from staffed residences to supported housing and independent living.||Weld County||North Range Behavioral Health||North Range Behavioral Health|
|Short Term Residential Drug and Alcohol Treatment - Stout Street Foundation||Serenity is a 28-day intensive residential treatment center for adult men and women suffering from substance use disorder.||Adams County||Stout Street Foundation||Stout Street Foundation|
|Substance Abuse Program for Pregnant and Postpartum Women - Arapahoe House||The Special Connections program offers residential drug and alcohol treatment for pregnant and postpartum women (up to 12 months after delivery) who have a history of substance abuse. Offers individualized case management and treatment plans, group counseling, urine screening and monitoring, nutrition and health education, and physician referrals.||Denver County||West 5th Avenue - Arapahoe House||Arapahoe House|
|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.
- 12 step-based residential treatment (average length of stay is 30 days) that includes individual and group counseling, medical and psychological assessments, and holistic care (e.g., acupuncture, yoga, meditation, music therapy, drumming, art)||Larimer County||Harmony Foundation||Harmony Foundation |
|Substance Abuse Treatment - Hope House||**WOMEN ONLY** Intensive 6 month residential treatment program for adults with severe substance abuse problems; includes structured environment, group/individual therapy, 12-Step (AA/NA) support, work therapy and integration into society.This is a faith based program. Scholarships are available to help with one-time enrollment fee.||Mesa County||The Salvation Army (Mesa County)||The Salvation Army National Headquarters|
|Substance Abuse Treatment - Region Six Alcohol and Drug Abuse (RESADA)||Offers detoxification, residential treatment, outpatient services, DUI services.||Bent County||Detox, Residential Treatment, Outpatient, DUI||Region Six Alcohol and Drug Abuse (RESADA)|
|Transitional Housing - Step 13||A transitional housing program for up to 75 men with an average stay of one year. Residents participate in Recovery Education Groups, 12 Step meetings, and are assigned a Recovery Support Manager that assists the residents in setting and reaching goals in all areas of their lives.||Denver County||Step 13||Step 13|
|Women's Residential Addiction Treatment (Haven) - University of Colorado Addiction Research and Treatment Services||Provides residential treatment in a Modified Therapeutic Community setting for women, pregnant women and women with infant children. The program offers long-term, intensive treatment for clients with severe substance use disorders (drug and alcohol) and co-occurring mental health issues. Treatment includes individual and group counseling, drug and alcohol testing, relapse prevention, psychiatric care and medication monitoring as well as a wide range of supportive activities including case management, vocational skills, life skills training, exercise programs, GED preparation, and more. Infants in residence with their mothers attend the licensed and quality rated child care at the Baby Haven.||Denver County||Haven - University of Colorado Addiction Research and Treatment Services||University of Colorado Addiction Research and Treatment Services|
|Women's Residential Treatment (House of Promise) - Teen Challenge of the Rocky Mountains||House of Promise offers a one year residential service providing drug and alcohol addiction recovery services for women and women with children.
House of Promise can provide a variety of services for residents, including but not limited to:
- In-house therapy and counseling
- Faith-based treatment to overcome addiction and substance abuse
- Parenting classes
- Finance classes
- Life-skills training
- Transitional housing and job searching assistance during the second year.
Women can choose to continue with the treatment program after the first year and take advantage of other services provided only for those who've chosen to stay a 2nd year.
Residents participating in the program are expected to follow all rules and policies detailed by the agency.
No individuals are turned away for inability to pay admission fee. Clients are asked to make a good faith effort to cover as much of the cost as possible.||Montrose County||Olathe - Teen Challenge of the Rocky Mountains||Teen Challenge of the Rocky Mountains|