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The following resources serve Eagle, Garfield, Lake, Pitkin, and Summit counties.

Aperture of Hope Logo

Aperture of Hope provides healing and empowerment through photography exploration, grief education, and advocacy. We show up for you when you need it most.

High Rockies Harm Reduction Logo

High Rockies Harm Reduction helps rural Colorado by offering proven programs and support to tackle substance use issues. We work to prevent overdose deaths, stop infectious diseases from spreading, and ease the financial strain caused by substance use.

Jaywalker Lodge Logo

Jaywalker Lodge in Carbondale, CO, offers specialized rehab for men with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. Our program includes education, therapy, outdoor activities, and 12-step support to foster personal growth and sobriety.

Mind Springs Logo

Mind Springs Health is the primary provider of behavioral health services on the Western Slope, spanning across ten counties and encompassing a vast 23,000-square mile area.

Mountain Dreamers Logo

Mountain Dreamers, formed in June 2018, advocates for local immigrant families. Based in Frisco and Eagle, we offer free services like legal aid and community advocacy. Our initiatives include promoting outdoor recreation access and aiding migrant emergency integration.

Mountain Pride Logo

Mountain Pride supports LGBTQIA+ communities in Colorado with a mission to enhance their lived experience. Our vision is to celebrate and empower LGBTQIA+ diversity in Colorado's mountain communities through education, advocacy, and resource accessibility.

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X Foundation is dedicated to keeping our kids safe by spreading education and awareness on the dangers of fentanyl poisoning. Through proactive initiatives, we aim to protect the youth and empower communities with the knowledge needed to prevent tragedies caused by this deadly substance

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Eagle County


Garfield County

Lake County

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Pitkin County

Summit County

In the News

Summit County's criminal justice system adopts progressive strategies to address mental health and substance use, emphasizing treatment over incarceration. Programs like SMART, STARR, and pretrial services aim to provide individuals with access to necessary resources and support. Recent initiatives, such as STARR's medication-assisted treatment and post-release tracking, demonstrate a concerted effort to help individuals achieve sobriety and successful reintegration into the community. Despite progress, there remains a need for further resources and programs to address ongoing challenges.

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Pitkin County pharmacies have received their initial shipments of Narcan, the first over-the-counter opioid overdose reversal medication approved by the FDA. Narcan, priced at $44.99 for a package of two nasal sprays, is now available at pharmacies like City Market and Carl’s Pharmacy in Aspen. This accessibility aims to address substance use-related deaths, with local initiatives focusing on harm reduction, education, and stigma reduction. The effort also seeks to gather data to better understand and tackle opioid use issues in the region, where opioid deaths averaged 3.4 per 100,000 population from 2014 to 2018.

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