Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in
Boulder, CO

 Boulder Colorado Drug Alcohol Rehab
Boulder, CO, is the county seat and most populous city in Boulder County. Located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Boulder is just 30 minutes from Colorado’s state capital, Denver.  In 2021, 71 people in Boulder County were seen in the emergency room for an opioid-related overdose.1 The state has made it easier for its residents to help in the event of an overdose. Naloxone, which can reverse the effects of an opioid overdose, is now available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a wide variety of drug rehabs and alcohol rehabs in Boulder. These licensed facilities provide inpatient or outpatient treatment to help you begin your recovery journey. If cost is a concern, there are many ways to pay for addiction treatment, including free or low-cost options for low-income individuals. There are also Boulder rehabs that accept Medicaid, Medicare, and private insurance options.

Find Rehab Centers in Boulder

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Focus Reentry Boulder County

1905 15th Street
Boulder, CO 80302

720-662-2577 Outpatient Medicaid
Mental Health Center of Boulder County Maslin Recovery Team CO 80302 Mental Health Center of Boulder County Maslin Recovery Team

1036 University Avenue
Boulder, CO 80302

303-443-6154 Outpatient Medicaid Private
Behavioral Treatment Services Boulder CO 80303 Behavioral Treatment Services Boulder

5600 Arapahoe Avenue
Boulder, CO 80303

303-449-1566 Outpatient Medicaid
Mental Health Center of Boulder CO 80304 Mental Health Center of Boulder

2833 Broadway
Boulder, CO 80304

303-449-2217 Inpatient Medicaid Private
Mental Health Partners Boulder Child and Family Services on Broadway CO 80304 Mental Health Partners Boulder Child and Family Services on Broadway

3470 Broadway
Boulder, CO 80304

303-379-7495 Outpatient N/A
Choice House CO 80301 Choice House

6901 Lookout Road
Boulder, CO 80301

303-578-4975 Outpatient Inpatient N/A
Mental Health Partners Adult Child and Family Counseling Services at Northon Center for Behavioral Medicine

975 North Street
Boulder, CO 80304

303-443-8500 Outpatient Medicaid Private
CeDAR Boulder Outpatient Addiction Treatment

5495 Arapahoe Avenue
Boulder, CO 80303

303-544-3630 Outpatient Private
NorthStar Transitions Boulder CO 80303 NorthStar Transitions Boulder

3004 Arapahoe Avenue
Boulder, CO 80303

866-407-2240 Inpatient Outpatient Detox Private
Rangeview Counseling Center Boulder CO 80301 Rangeview Counseling Center Boulder

1790 30th Street
Boulder, CO 80301

303-447-2038 Outpatient Medicaid Private
Behavioral Treatment Services Outpatient and DUI Services CO 80303 Behavioral Treatment Services Outpatient and DUI Services

5600 Arapahoe Avenue
Boulder, CO 80303

303-449-1566 Outpatient Medicaid
Boulder Alcohol Education Center CO 80302 Boulder Alcohol Education Center

1525 Spruce Street
Boulder, CO 80302

303-444-6142 Outpatient Detox Private
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Alcohol and Drug Use Statistics in Boulder

Here are some alcohol and drug use statistics for Boulder County, which includes the city of Boulder:1,2,3,4

Paying for Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Boulder

If cost is a concern, there are several ways you can pay for a Boulder drug rehab or alcohol rehab. Reduced-cost treatment options can include medical detox programs, inpatient and outpatient treatment, sober-living housing, and other therapy services.

Free or Low-Cost Treatment Options

A free or low-cost treatment option in Boulder will typically have some requirements you will need to meet. This can include proof of state residency and low income. Treatment types include:

The closest free drug or alcohol rehabs to Boulder are in nearby Denver. They include:

Medicaid, Medicare, and Private Insurance

There are other ways to pay for drug and alcohol rehab in Boulder. Health First Colorado is the state’s Medicaid plan. To qualify, you must fall under the income guidelines as well as meet other eligibility requirements, including:5

Colorado also offers Child Health Plan Plus, a low-cost health insurance plan for certain children and pregnant women. If you earn too much to qualify for Health First Colorado, you may qualify for this program.

Medicare, a federal health insurance program, is available for those Boulder residents 65 years old or older or who are younger than 65 with a disability. Medicare will typically pay for both inpatient and outpatient substance use disorder treatment. If you plan to use Health First Colorado or Medicare to pay for treatment, you will need to confirm that the rehab accepts those forms of insurance.

Private insurance can be used to pay for drug or alcohol rehab in Boulder. You’ll need to check with your provider to confirm what types of treatment are covered and pick a rehab that accepts your insurance plan. This will help keep your costs low. Popular insurance plans in Colorado include Rocky Mountain Health Plans, Bright Health, Anthem BlueCross BlueShield, and Kaiser Permanente.

Is it Easy to Travel to and Within Boulder?

Boulder’s proximity to Denver makes it a convenient location to travel to whether you’re coming to the area for rehab or visiting someone who is currently in treatment.

Denver International Airport is the closest major airport to Boulder. You can easily drive from the airport to the city or take a Regional Transportation District (RTD) bus from the airport into Boulder. Once you’re in the city, you can utilize the RTD bus system to reach all corners of town and beyond.

Boulder’s Community Transit Network also provides bus service in Boulder with its HOP, SKIP, JUMP, and other routes. The HOP circuit offers a shuttle-type service for visitors looking to see popular locations in town.

If you’re into outdoor activities, Boulder has much to offer including 300 miles of public hiking and biking trails and about 45,000 acres of open space. If hiking isn’t your thing, Boulder also features more than 30 art galleries, 6 local museums, and movie and concert theaters.

Visitors can choose from around 2,000 guest rooms ranging from full-service hotels to cabins and historic Victoria bed and breakfasts.

Resources

  1. Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment. (n.d.). Colorado Drug Overdose Dashboard.
  2. Boulder County Sheriff’s Office. (2022). 2021 Annual Report.
  3. Colorado Department of Human Services. (2021). Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment: Colorado Drug Trends.
  4. University of Wisconsin Public Health Institute. (2022). County Health Rankings.
  5. Colorado Department of Health Care Policy & Financing. (2022). Programs for Adults.