Alcohol & Drug Treatment Programs in Colorado

Arapahoe House provides top alcohol and drug treatment programs in Colorado.Most health insurance plans cover Arapahoe House services; other payment plans are available.


Arapahoe House is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing an array of rehabilitation services for individuals and families with alcohol, drug and other behavioral health disorders. With 11 rehab centers in Colorado and over 20 diversified services, Arapahoe House is the state's leading provider of quality, affordable drug and alcohol treatment.


Outpatient – Arapahoe House offers a variety of outpatient services that range in intensity and frequency depending on the needs of the client. Compared to inpatient/residential treatment, clients who are assessed at a level of outpatient care are able to live at home and continue work or school. Services include assessment and referral, individual, group, and family therapy. 


Residential – Comprehensive, 24-hour inpatient care at one of four metro Denver, Colorado residences. Specialized programs include adult, adolescents, pregnant and postpartum women, women with dependent children, offenders, and transitional services. 


DUI – Arapahoe House offers DUI education and therapy in English, Spanish and American Sign Language for drug or alcohol‑related driving citations.


Detox – A non-hospital, social setting service for adults that facilitates safe withdrawal from alcohol or drugs and engages appropriate clients in further treatment. 


Most health insurance plans cover Arapahoe House services; other payment plans are available.


All Arapahoe House programs are licensed by the Office of Behavioral Health and/or the Department of Human Services.


Our Colorado rehab facilities provide services to many priority populations each year. Priority populations include in order:  involuntary commitments, pregnant women, injection drug users and women and their dependent children. Per requirements, all priority populations take precedence over all other populations in regards to access to services/treatment.


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For referral or admission to any of our programs, please contact the Information and Access Team 303.412.3818 or  Phone lines are open Monday through Saturday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.