Sober Living and Drug Rehab Centers in Colorado

Sober living and Drug Addiction Treatment Centers in Colorado

 

Arvada Colorado

Oxford House Arvada

9702 West 67th Place
Arvada, CO – 80004
(720) 542-3595

5319 Independence Street
Arvada, CO – 80002-2971
(303) 913-2246

Aurora Colorado

BPB Floyd House

1350 Chambers Rd
Aurora, CO – 80011
(720) 668-6540

Boulder Colorado

NorthStar Transitions 75 Manhattan Drive
Boulder, CO – 80302
(303) 558-6400

Boulder County Colorado

3180 Airport Road
Boulder
CO
(303) 441-1281

The Boulder County Public Health Addiction Recovery Centers Airport Rd offers a wide variety of services including assessment, outpatient care, inpatient short term care, inpatient long term care, detox, aftercare, sober living, halfway housing, and prevention and education classes, courses, and seminars.

Canon City Colorado

Loaves and Fishes Transitional Housing Program 241 Justice Center Road
Canon City, CO – 81212
(719) 275-0593

 

Commerce City Colorado

ACCESS Housing Transitional Housing

6978 Colorado Blvd
Commerce City, CO – 80022
(303) 289-7078

Durango Colorado

Housing Solutions For The Southwest, Inc.

295 Girard St.
Durango, CO – 81303
(970) 259-108

Firestone Colorado

Oxford House Firestone

5984 Stagecoach Avenue
Firestone, CO – 80504
(720) 491-3642

Glenwood Springs Colorado

Catholic Charities: Western Slope

1004 Grand Avenue
Glenwood Springs, CO – 81601
(970) 384-2060

Greeley Colorado

Greeley Transitional House

1206 10th Street
Greeley, CO – 80631
(970) 352-3215

Oxford House 1414 32nd Avenue
Greeley, CO – 80634
(970) 515-6364
Oxford House is a concept in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.

Oxford House 1402 10th Avenue
Greeley, CO – 80631
(970) 702-2182
8 bed halfway house.Oxford House Union is a democratically run, self-supporting and drug free home. Oxford House Union is an all men sober house.

Littleton Colorado

Oxford Houses :

112 South Washington Street
Littleton, CO – 80122
(720) 381-6433

6615 S Apache Drive
Littleton, CO – 80210-3813
720-583-0885

310 East Geddes Avenue
Littleton, CO – 80122
(720) 502-5263

Louisville Colorado

The Little Flower Maternity Home

PO Box 270181
Louisville, CO – 80027
(303) 618-6099

Pueblo Colorado

Posada of Pueblo

111 N Union Ave
Pueblo, CO – 81003
(719) 545-8776

Crossroads Turning Points

3470 Baltimore Avenue
Pueblo, CO – 81008
719.545.1181

Thornton Colorado

Oxford House 11042 Clermont Drive
Thornton, CO – 80233-5419
720-379-6175

 

Wheat ridge Colorado

Family Tree, Inc

3805 Marshall St, Ste 100
Wheat Ridge, CO – 80033
(303) 422-2133

 

Colorado Drug Addiction Resources

  • 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.