Drug Abuse Hotlines in Colorado: Addiction Recovery Helplines

Last Updated: February 4, 2021

Authored by Sharon Levy, MD, MPH

Begin the journey to recovery by calling any of the following alcohol and drug hotlines to receive information on and access to treatment programs and services.

Colorado 2-11

Dial 211 to get information about rehab and detoxification programs and services. Also dial the toll-free drug hotline number 1-888-217-1215 for a 24/7, confidential chat with a representative.

Colorado Detox Helpline

This Detox Helpline provides access to a professionally trained team which provides answers to all questions on rehab and detoxification. This detox helpline also connects clients to the best detox facilities and recovery centers. Call the detox assistant on the 24-hour counseling hotline at (866) 730-5807.

Colorado Drug Abuse Hotline

The Abuse Hotline is free and provides access to all information needed on rehabilitation options and facilities. Dial 855-789-9197 for a confidential chat with a representative.

Colorado Addiction Helpline

The Addiction Helpline connects individuals and families to the best professional drug and alcohol addiction treatment providers. Get all the information on addiction and treatment by calling the 24/7 help hotline number (866) 218-7546.
Residents who wish to learn more about addiction and recovery options can get all the information needed and get connected to the best treatment programs in Colorado by calling any of the local hotlines above.

Published on: October 1st, 2018

Updated on: February 4th, 2021

About Author

Sharon Levy, MD, MPH

After successful graduation from Boston University, MA, Sharon gained a Master’s degree in Public Health. Since then, Sharon devoted herself entirely to the medical niche. Sharon Levy is also a certified addiction recovery coach.


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  • Richard Ziegler
    Hello : We have a grandson 25 who is now an alcoholic . Everything was great .No one knows where this came from . He cant be at home or with his galfriend he wants to stay up all night and disrupt their night. He has gone into rehab but stays only a week comes out drinks and goes back ( Thats a useless revolving door ) He says hes getting hard drugs now at the AA meetings .My question is his parents are paying and we are paying his rent. As much as we dont want him homeless I see no end to it.