Treatment Centers in Colorado
Drugs and alcohol are extremely dangerous addictive substances. If you are suffering from an addiction, it can devastate your whole life when you do not seek treatment. One of the ways that you can stop this from happening is through Colorado 12 Step Programs. You can find meetings like AA meeting in Colorado, for just about any type of addiction.
To find a treatment facility near you, search the directory below or call our helpline at 800-653-7143.
Is My Addiction Covered?
Just as there are many types of addiction, there are many types of 12 Step Programs in Colorado. Most of these programs are named after the drug or addiction that they treat. A few of them are:
- AA for Alcoholics Anonymous
- NA for Narcotics Anonymous
- CA for either Cocaine Anonymous or CrystalMeth Anonymous
- MA for Methamphetamine Anonymous
- SA for Stimulants Anonymous
- PA for Pills Anonymous
- AAA for All Addictions Anonymous
- MA for Marijuana Anonymous
Each of these serves a different addiction, there is one for just about any addiction you can think of. All you have to do is know how to look.
Where Should I go for Help?
You should go to a qualified treatment center for help. Unfortunately, most people cannot recover from addiction with 12 Step programs alone. It takes both 12 Step therapy and comprehensive treatment.
Comprehensive treatment that includes 12 Step Groups in Colorado is available in cities like Boulder, Aspen, and just about anywhere in the state. You can find meetings like NA meetings in Colorado churches, community centers, and schools. To find the comprehensive treatment program that is best for you all you have to do is call 800-653-7143.
Understanding the Different types of 12 Step Meetings in Colorado
Each 12 Step program has several types of meetings that fall under two categories. These two categories are:
- Closed meetings which are meetings just for those people who are addicted to drugs or alcohol are members of that 12 Step Group
- Open meetings are for those that want to know what the meetings are all about, are doing research, or are considering joining.
There are also many subtypes of Colorado NA Meetings and 12 Step Programs.
12 Step programs are unique in that they provide an external and spiritual guide through each of the steps. Other programs such as SMART lack the external and spiritual components.
For more information on finding the right program for you, all you have to do is call 800-653-7143. We can help you find the treatment center that offers the 12 Step Program and supportive treatment that you need.Submit a new center or provide corrections to an existing one ›