Colorado Springs Veterans Administration

3141 Centennial Blvd
Colorado Springs, CO 80907

Colorado Springs, Colorado

About Colorado Springs Veterans Administration

Colorado Springs Veterans Center is a confidential support service offered to service members and their families in a nonmedical setting in the community. Services include counseling, support for PTSD, depression, other types of traumas, couples and family counseling, grief and bereavement support, referral services, and telehealth.

Vet Centers are different from medical clinics; they’re counseling centers located in local communities, with highly trained counselors, to help support veterans and their families through challenges during and after life in the military. Services are available individually or in a group session. Vet Centers are also a great way to connect with other vets socially and build a support system of other individuals who understand what you’ve been through.

Access to Vet Centers is available at no cost, without needing to be enrolled in VA healthcare. You can access services if you have served in active duty, are a current or former member of the Coast Guard, or a current member of the Reserve. Services also available to family members.

Addiction Treatment Programs

Alcoholism Drug Rehab


Alcohol rehab in Colorado provides a crucial support system that sees you through challenges and helps you come out victorious on the other side. Treatment helps individuals come to terms with alcohol abuse issues and learn how to overcome them.

Drug Rehab

Professional services are often necessary to recover from addiction. Drug rehab in Colorado provides the expert services needed to address the complex issues of addiction and help individuals start their recovery journey.

Levels of Care


Detox & MAT

Your safely is paramount throughout the process of detox in Colorado. You'll receive round-the-clock care as d...rugs and alcohol are cleansed from your body. The detox process can vary in length, depending on the type of drug, length of dependency, and other details.
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Inpatient Rehab

Residential or inpatient rehab in Colorado is the most intensive treatment setting, offering medication manage...ment, individual and family therapy, and verious forms of evidence-based or holistic therapy. Clients live at the facility while receiving treatment.
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Outpatient Rehab

During outpatient rehab in Colorado, you will attend counseling sessions but live at home while you receive tr...eatment. You will be required to attend groups such as AA or NA to receive additional support. The length of time in outpatient rehab varies by individual, based on their recovery journey.
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private-insurance icon Private Insurance

Use your private rehab insurance plan to help pay for alcohol and drug rehab in Colorado. The amount covered u...sually depends on your specific policy details, but you may be responsible for copayments or co-insurance fees. Check with your insurer for more information.
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self-pay icon Self-Pay Options

When using self-pay options to cover the cost of alcohol and drug rehab in Colorado, you can either pay out-of...-pocket or take out a personal medical loan from a bank, credit union, or financing company. Fee structures often depend on the level of care needed.
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Contact Colorado Springs Veterans Administration

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3141 Centennial Blvd
Colorado Springs, CO 80907

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