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Facts & Resources About Addiction Intervention in Colorado

Many people around the country are keeping a close eye on Colorado to see how marijuana legalization affects the overall drug problem in the state. Colorado has had a history of higher substance abuse rates compared to the national average, and there are concerns about the future of these problems in the state.

Colorado has about 460,000 people per year who abuse or are dependent on alcohol and other drugs, yet there are usually less than 60,000 being treated in the state each year. As with every other stated in the country, the treatment gap is entirely too wide.

While public policy changes may result in more people receiving treatment, the best way for individuals and families to help their loved ones is to enact some form of intervention to create positive change. Using a professional interventionist is the most successful way to get someone started on their path to recovery.

Get help today by checking out the resources on this site for local intervention services or contact us to speak with a treatment and intervention specialist for additional information.

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