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Employer and Community Resources


To solve Northwest Colorado’s substance use disorder problem, we need everyone’s awareness and help. If someone you work with or know may be struggling with SUD, you can be a lifeline. Research shows that social connections matter deeply to people with SUD and are integral to recovery. It’s never too soon to reach out. In fact, early intervention often helps head off worsening trouble and could prevent a tragedy.


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Where to Start

1. Learn more.

To learn more about symptoms, risks, treatment options, emergency care, and other critical topics, visit Call Colorado Crisis Services at 844-493-8255 (or text them at 38255) to talk to a trained counselor about any particular problems you’re seeing.

2. Help mentor your community.

As an employer, manager or community leader, you are such an important link in the chain. You can help by creating an open culture in your organization. The more people feel safe talking about their experiences and valued no matter what, the more likely we are to see positive SUD outcomes as well as prevent additional substance use disorders.

3. Talk to the people you’re concerned about.

Express your concern. “I care about you and want you to get help” is a positive message. Try to avoid blaming and arguing. Offer to help them make an appointment with a counselor, primary-care provider or clinic.

NOTE: If this is an emergency, call 911 immediately.


There are many excellent substance use disorder treatment and recovery resources right here in our community.

Just Five

RAS-Col partnered with Shatterproof to provide 5-minute lessons on substance use disorder.

Learn who’s at risk, how to know if a person has a substance use disorder and more. Classes include “The Science of Addiction,” “Are You At Risk?,” “How You Can Help” and much more.

Front Range Clinic

Location: Steamboat, 320 Oak St.
Phone: (970) 761-2207

Front Range Clinic offers treatment for all types of addictions, including alcohol, opioids, cocaine, methamphetamine, marijuana and other substances. It focuses on medical treatment for additions and offers tele-counseling.

CRAFT Program: This program is free and open to anyone who wants to support a loved one with addiction. A trained facilitator will provide education, communication tools and more. View flyer here.

Mind Springs Health


Craig: 439 Breeze St.
Phone: (970) 824-6541

Granby: 244 E. Agate Ave.
Phone: (970) 887-2179

Steamboat: 407 S. Lincoln Ave.
Phone: (970) 879-2141

Meeker: 267 6th St.
Phone: (970) 878-5112

Walden: 350 McKinley St.
Phone: (970) 723-0055

MindSprings Health treats individuals with mental illnesses and SUD. It provides counseling options, including individual and family therapy, intensive outpatient and other groups. Staff can also help individuals sign up for Medicaid and access other forms of support like food stamps.

Northwest Colorado Health


Steamboat: 940 Central Park Dr., Suite 101
Phone: (970) 879-1632

Craig: 745 Russell St.
Phone: (970) 824-8233

Northwest Colorado Health offers integrated primary care, counseling and dental care services to anyone who needs it, regardless of ability to pay. Through integrated care, staff offers Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) which combines long-term behavioral therapy and FDA-approved medications in primary care to treat opioid addiction. It’s the most effective path to recovery.

Providence Recovery

Location: Craig, 390 Yampa Ave.
Phone: (970) 824-5433

Providence Recovery offers treatment for all types of addictions, including alcohol, opioids, cocaine, methamphetamine, marijuana and other substances. It focuses on medical treatment and counseling for addictions, and offers individual and group counseling, including a longer form of counseling called Intensive Outpatient.