|Celebrate Recovery at Crossroads Church||Christ centered twelve-step program open to all with addictions, co-dependency, hurts, habits or hang-ups. Child care is provided free of charge.||Larimer County||Crossroads Church||Crossroads Church|
|Columbine Center (La Plata County) - Axis Health System||Columbine Center offers mental health ongoing and crisis services.
Services offered at this location:
-Outpatient Counseling & Therapy
-Crisis Evaluation & Intervention
-Psychiatric Care (medication management)
-Community Support||La Plata County||Axis Health System - La Plata County - Axis Health System||Axis Health System|
|Mental Health Support - Bridge House||A staff member from the Boulder Mental Health Center is at Bridge House five times a week to meet with clients. In addition, a social worker meets with clients daily.||Boulder County||Bridge House||Bridge House |
|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)|
|Substance Abuse Support (El Paso) - Recovery Systems P.C.||Support services for those in recovery from substance abuse. The PEER offers sober activities, employment coaching, life skills, 12 step groups, book / bible studies, and smart recovery.||El Paso County||Mental Health & Substance Abuse (Reg 5) - Recovery Systems P.C.||Recovery Systems P.C.|
|Support group - Colorado Codependents Anonymous (CODA)||Weekly meetings of interested people.
Members are all volunteers
There are no professional counselors.||El Paso County||Mental Health & Substance Abuse - CO Codependents Anonymous (CODA)||Colorado Codependents Anonymous (CODA)|
|Support Group Obsessive Compulsive Disorder - Obsessive Compulsive Anonymous||A 12-step, peer-led support group for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Based on the G.O.A.L. (Giving Obsessive-compulsives Another Lifestyle) behavior support groups supported by the Obsessive-Compulsive Foundation.
This group meets at the Trinity Lutheran Church||Larimer County||Support Group Obsessive Compulsive Disorder - Obsessive Compulsive Anonymous||Obsessive Compulsive Anonymous|
|Wahsatch House (Men's) - Alano,Recovery Homes||Alano Recovery Homes - includes a men's only sober living facility. They are a "sobriety house" (a combination of a halfway house and a treatment center).
We provide an open, 12-step meeting, recovery workshop, encouragement and guidance for the recovering alcoholic/addict.||El Paso County||Mental Health & Substance Abuse - 8th Street Alano, Inc.||Alano House|