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Denver Rescue Mission
The Denver Rescue Mission helps homeless and indigent individuals with emergency services, transitional programs, community outreach, and connections to substance use treatment. The Mission meets people where they are and helps them achieve stability and sobriety.
Pueblo Rescue Mission
The Pueblo Rescue Mission is available to those who need shelter and food. They offer emergency services, case management, and community meals 365 days a year. They also offer group classes in art and music therapy, tai chi, mindfulness, and more.
Colorado 211
Colorado 211 connects Colorado residents to a wide range of social services — all you have to do is dial 211. Callers can connect to severe weather shelters, immigration and refugee resources, housing services, utilities assistance, basic needs like food and clothing, employment support, child and senior care, and more.
Young People in Recovery
Young People in Recovery has 8 chapters in Colorado that support young people who are misusing substances or are in recovery. There is a life-skills program for youth ages 14-18, support for those who are justice-involved, and help for Colorado residents in accessing housing services and other necessary services.
Colorado Veterans Project
The Colorado Veterans Project has a very robust list of resources for veterans, allowing them to connect with immediate help, veteran-related activities, employment support, legal and housing assistance, family support, and mental and physical health services. Whether a veteran is looking for a support network or substance use treatment, the Project has the resources they need.
Rise Above Colorado
Rise Above Colorado educates teens on the realities of substance use and helps them develop self-confidence and healthy coping mechanisms to prevent addiction issues. The goal is to help youth reach their full potential by giving them a place for self-expression, judgment-free education, and connections to appropriate resources.
Love Alive
Love Alive offers nonjudgemental help with harm reduction, naloxone (Narcan) kits and training, fentanyl tests, and other services. They work to reduce the stigma associated with substance use and mental health concerns while helping people in the Colorado Springs area access the resources they need to stay safer and improve their health.
Take Meds Seriously Med Disposal Sites
Medication security and disposal is an important part of addressing the substance use problem in Colorado. Take Meds Seriously offers an exhaustive list of disposal sites, including a map. You can also access information about what’s accepted — most prescription and over-the-counter medications are eligible for safe disposal.
Harm Reduction & Opioid Resources
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Access Point Colorado
Access Point Colorado provides a syringe exchange program to help reduce the risk of infections in those who inject substances. No ID is required, and they also provide naloxone (Narcan) and overdose prevention training, educational resources, and referrals to substance use treatment programs for those who are interested.
Harm Reduction Action Center
The Harm Reduction Action Center provides access to naloxone (Narcan), overdose prevention, and harm reduction education. Connect to naloxone distribution sites, including over 200 pharmacies across the state, and learn more about other harm reduction services.
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Colorado Crisis Services
For Colorado residents in crisis, Colorado Crisis Services can help. Whether you’re struggling with mental health, substance use, or any other immediate needs, you can call anytime. There are also walk-in centers across the state. Professionals will listen to your needs and help you create a plan to address the crisis.
Summit County Public Health
Summit County Public Health distributes naloxone (Narcan) and fentanyl test strips in Frisco and Breckenridge, Colorado. You can also pick up naloxone at many pharmacies in the state without a prescription. The Public Health Department can also connect residents to mental health and substance use treatment resources, as appropriate.
Safe2Tell Colorado
Safe2Tell Colorado has a phone line and an app that allows Colorado residents to anonymously report a perceived threat to their or another person’s safety. A trained dispatcher will get information about the situation and determine what actions or resources would be most helpful going forward.
Points West Syringe Services Program
Points West Syringe Program is a service of Jefferson County Health, and it offers sterile syringes and associated supplies, naloxone (Narcan) kits and overdose prevention training, safer sex supplies, testing for HIV, Hep C, and syphilis. They are open Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, with street outreach on Tuesday and Friday.
Colorado Dept of Public Health Syringe Programs
If you’re looking for a syringe program near you, the Colorado Department of Health has a comprehensive listing of syringe services across the state. This finder allows you to get the program name, address, website, and hours of operation. Some programs also have mobile locations to make access even easier.
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