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Substance Abuse

Walk-in counseling and crisis prevention/intervention for safe de-escalating of difficult situations, clinical psychiatric services for youth throughout the South Denver Metro area, counseling, resilience programs, and substance use recovery for youth

DTC, Castle Rock, Littleton, Parker, and Highlands Ranch

Phone: (303) 730-8858

Website: allhealthnetwork.org

Substance Abuse Treatment, Education and Prevention (STEP) is a substance treatment program which specializes in working with adolescents; clients up to the age of 21

Denver

Phone: (303) 602-4848

Website: denverhealth.org

Teen residential treatment center addressing issues such as anxiety, depression, anger/defiance, substance abuse, suicide ideation

Estes Park

Phone: (303) 443-3343

Website: firemountainprograms.com

Inpatient and outpatient treatment programs for youth as young as 7 years old

Colorado Springs

Phone: (719) 444-8484

Website: peakviewbh.com

Residential treatment center designed specifically for teens struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, substance abuse, and co-occurring mental health disorders

Cascade

Phone: (719) 249-2465

Website: sandstonecare.com

Providing therapeutic treatment to youth and their families, in the comfort of their own home. Programs work with a range of behaviors including substance use, problem sexual behavior, aggression, running away, and delinquency

Denver, Colorado Springs, Canyon City

Phone: (303) 225-4100

Website: saviohouse.org

Its mission is to provide adults & teens freedom from addiction and other life-controlling issues through Christ-centered solutions. Through effective discipleship, mentoring, and life-skills training

Nation-wide

Phone: (855) 363-2334

Website: teenchallengeusa.org

YPR chapters provide life skills (housing, education, employment, and recovery messaging), peer support, workshops, regular recovery meetings, pro-social activities, and advocates for young people seeking recovery from substance abuse all for no cost. They do not provide treatment for drug and/or alcohol addiction, but they provide support and classes to increase the likelihood of recovery being more successful

State-wide

Phone: (720) 600 4977

Website: youngpeopleinrecovery.org