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I. The 3 Best Rehab Facilities in Grand Junction

To be sure we are recommending the best facilities, our team of researchers developed five core metrics to determine the quality of each treatment center. These metrics cover key aspects such as cost, treatment approaches, and rehab services provided. For more information, read the full breakdown of our filtering process and ranking methodology.

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Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Program – Grand Junction

Salvation Army

1235 N. 4th Street
Grand Junction, CO 81501
Men’s Recovery 970-242-3119
Women’s Recovery 970-242-3127
Grandjunction.salvationarmy.org

Salvation Army operates a non-profit rehabilitation program that specializes in treating alcoholism, substance abuse, and dual diagnosis. Through group therapy, work therapy, and individual counseling, individuals addicted to drugs and alcohol learn to overcome substance abuse disorders. The facility uses spiritual direction and life skills to teach residents at the facility a better way to live. By developing a spiritual relationship with a higher power, residents learn to focus their attention on reuniting with their families. There’s also a weekly meeting for individuals in recovery to support one another for lifelong sobriety.

What patients are saying:

One male reviewer enthusiastically notes, “This wonderful family helped me change my life!” when discussing the men’s recovery center.

Reviews:

  • 5 stars
  • 3 reviews

Alpha Center

Alpha Center

1170 Colorado Avenue
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-241-2948
Alphacentergj.com

Alpha Center offers drug and alcohol rehabilitation, as well as psychological evaluations and other counseling services. The facility specializes in drug and alcohol counseling for individuals with court-ordered DUI. The curriculum covers the state-mandated coursework for DUIs and offers individual counseling and an Interlock Enhancement Counseling program that aims to reduce the rate of relapse and prevent drinking and driving. Therapists have an extensive background in substance abuse disorders and successfully treating them.

What patients are saying:

Participants say the employees are caring and understanding. One reviewer felt the program was helpful, writing, “Great for putting your own life into perspective.”

Reviews:

  • 3.71 stars
  • 7 reviews

Mesa County Criminal Justice Services Department

Mesa County

650 South Avenue
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-244-3300
Cjsd.mesacounty.us

Mesa County Criminal Justice Services Department provides treatment and education classes for individuals with substance abuse disorders. It accepts adult clients from the community or as referrals from the criminal justice system. Therapists and counselors use evidence-based approaches that have successfully healed others; for example, using cognitive behavioral therapy has created effective behavioral changes in program alumni. Fees for services are on a sliding scale based on each client’s ability to pay. Services include substance abuse treatment, relapse prevention, parenting and other life skills, anger management, and employment skills.

What patients are saying:

No written patient reviews are available at this time

Reviews:

  • 1.81 stars
  • 8 reviews

II. Methodology

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA), there are 10 substance abuse treatment centers in the Grand Junction area. To determine which provide the highest quality of treatment and the most resources for recovery, we used the following five core metrics to evaluate each facility.

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For more information, feel free to read a full breakdown of our filtering process and ranking methodology.

III. Getting Help in Grand Junction

Start by determining your coverage

To determine your best options for a rehabilitation center, it is important to first learn about your health insurance coverage. Reach out to your private or healthcare marketplace insurance provider to find out which substance abuse treatment centers are available to you. Regardless of the type of coverage you have, both public and private insurance companies must cover substance abuse treatment for qualified individuals.

To learn more about addiction and the rehabilitation process in your state, read our guide to rehab in Colorado.

Use our database to find a treatment center near you

The tool below lists all of the treatment centers in the state of Colorado recognized by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Enter your zip code and select the filter icon to find relevant treatment centers near you.

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    IV. Grand Junction Rehab FAQs

    Do I need to go to rehab?

    Substance abuse and addiction have high costs, often adversely affecting work performance, personal relationships, and your physical health. To help you determine if you may be addicted, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has an Alcohol Use Screening and a Substance Abuse Screening to help you find out.

    How long does rehab last?

    Different programs and levels of addiction require different program lengths. Common rehab lengths are:

    How much does drug rehab cost?

    Pricing depends on the program, services, and amenities offered. Typically, outpatient programs are cheaper than inpatient, and live-in inpatient facilities are the most expensive. To learn more, read our guide on The Cost of Rehab.

    How does rehab work?

    Rehab is made up of four basic steps:

    • Assessment
    • Detox
    • Therapy
    • Aftercare

    To learn more about the rehab process and each step, read our guide to The Addiction Rehabilitation Process.

    How important is aftercare? 

    One of the most important steps in the rehabilitation process is aftercare – the continuing support and accountability offered through counseling and 12-Step programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA).

    To find an AA or NA meeting near you, use the directory below.

    NameCityProgramTelephoneSpanish Hotline
    Boulder Area NABoulder Area (Berthoud, Boulder, Brighton, Gunbarrel, Longmont)NA(303) 412-2884N/A
    Boulder County Central OfficeBoulderAA(303) 447-8201N/A
    Bringing Freedom East Area NABringing Freedom East Area (Sterling, Yuma)NA(970) 458-5081N/A
    Central Office Of Western ColoradoGrand JunctionAA(888) 333-9649N/A
    Central Office Of Western Colorado Answering ServiceGlenwood SpringsAA(970) 245-9649;(888) 333-9649N/A
    Central Service Office Of South ColoradoPuebloAA(719) 546-1173N/A
    Colorado Springs Area Service OfficeColorado SpringsAA(719) 573-5020N/A
    Denver Area Central OfficeDenverAA(303) 322-4440;(303) 322-5636N/A
    Mile High Area NAMile High Area (Denver Metro)NA(303) 832-3784N/A
    Mountains West Area NAMountains West Area (Aspen, Breckenridge, Carbondale, Eagle, Eagle-Vail, Glenwood Springs, Granby, Leadville, Rifle)NA(970) 306-6535N/A
    Northern Colorado Intergroup Inc.Ft. CollinsAA(970) 224-3552N/A
    Off the Wall Area NAOff the Wall Area (Fort Collins, Greeley, Loveland, Berthoud, Estes Park)NA(970) 282-8079N/A
    Pikes Peak Area NAPikes Peak Area (Colorado Springs, Salida, Securtiy, Cascade)NA(719) 637-1580N/A
    Serenity Unlimited Area NASerenity Unlimited Area (Grand Junction, Delta, Telluride, Hotchkiss, Montrose)NA(970) 201-1133N/A
    Southern Colorado Area NASouthern Colorado AreaNA(719) 569-5955N/A
    Ute Pass Area NAUte Pass Area (Woodland Park, Green Mountain Falls)NAN/AN/A

    For more FAQs visit our rehab FAQ page.