Drug overdoses are now the leading cause of death among people under 50.
More than gun violence or car accidents.
Opioid overdose accounts for 63% of overdose deaths nationwide (2015).
70,000 people died from Overdose in the U.S. 2018.
More deaths per year (2015-2016) than height of HIV/AIDS epidemic in 1995.
In 2018, 543 people in Colorado died from overdoses that involved prescription opioids such as oxycodone and hydrocodone, or illegally obtained opioids such as heroin and fentanyl, according to the Colorado Consortium for Prescription Drug Abuse and Prevention.
Many of those deaths could have been prevented by administering Naloxone, an easy-to-use medication available without a prescription to anyone at most pharmacies across the state. Naloxone has been used to reverse more than 1,122 opioid overdoses in Colorado since mid-2017.
1217 Riverside Ave., Fort Collins (970) 494-4200
*The Crisis Center is not a detox facility; however, we can serve as a resource for anyone who personally may need, or has a loved one who may need, detox services.
The Crisis Services Center is available between 8:00 am and midnight to anyone who may be experiencing a mental health or substance use crisis. This statewide system includes the Colorado Crisis Support Line.
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Walk-In & Same Day Access
At SummitStone Health Partners, we are ready to help as soon as you are ready to seek it. That’s why we offer Same-Day Access available on a walk-in basis in both Fort Collins and Loveland. Whether it’s a one-time session with a therapist to discuss a problem you are struggling with today, or the first visit to begin your ongoing treatment, we are here for you right now. No cost with Medicaid. Sliding fee scale for self-pay. Some private insurance accepted.
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Addiction (Substance Use Disorder)
We provide Same-Day Access, so you can begin your addiction recovery today.
SummitStone is the largest provider of behavioral health services in Larimer County. Our certified and licensed counselors are trained to meet the complex needs that often accompany addiction and substance abuse. Many people going through the recovery process discover that mental health issues and addiction can be co-occurring. At SummitStone, we can treat both concerns at the same time, helping you make the lifestyle changes that are necessary to overcoming addiction and leading a meaningful life that is free of substance abuse.
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Did you know that one in five people will experience a diagnosable mental illness in any given year? Mental health and addictive disorders are far too common to ignore – or to be a source of shame. You should never be afraid to ask questions regarding mental health. And just like other illnesses like heart disease, cancer or diabetes, they are treatable. In fact, treatment for people with serious mental illnesses is 70% to 90% effective, higher than success rates for treatment of heart disease. At SummitStone, we see the potential in people – not their condition. That’s what makes us so successful in helping to restore hope for productive, healthy lives, because people can and do recover.
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