Teen Challenge 180 Ministries2634 S. Broadway
Denver, CO 80210 show details » hide details »
If you live in Colorado and you abuse intoxicating and mind altering substances, you might get to a point where you feel the need to seek rehab services. However, you may also be living in poverty, unemployed, or poor.
In this situation, you might not be able to pay for addiction treatment in Colorado due to the high cost of these services. As such, you may choose to detox at home - or engage in cold turkey quitting. This is even though research shows that quitting cold turkey can prove dangerous or even fatal.
Instead, you may be better off looking for help with your addiction in Colorado. There are several options that can get you the addiction treatment and rehabilitation services that you need to overcome your substance use disorder, including:
The first option would be by getting help from the state Colorado. The state has several programs that offer medically managed detoxification and inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services. They all provide these services free of charge.
Alternatively, you can check into a facility that receive state and federal funding to ensure that you can overcome your addiction. These programs use the funds that they receive to offer free rehabilitation services.
However, you will need to meet some eligibility requirements before you can enroll in a state-run facility. Some will even ask you to fill out some paperwork to prove your identity and your inability to offset the cost of treatment.
Finally, you can opt for faith based programs that offer addiction treatment programs in the state of Colorado. Examples include the Christian Salvation Army and the Harbor Light detoxification and rehabilitation centers. These programs can provide you with the addiction treatment services that you need in Colorado.
We can help you find the right treatment facility that best fits your overall needs and financial requirements.Call 1-877-814-3418
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