Q: What does ARTS do?
A: ARTS offers residential and outpatient drug treatment programs for adolescents, adult men and women, HIV positive individuals and offender populations. ARTS also offers treatment for co-occurring psychiatric disorders.

Q: How much does treatment cost and what are the options for individuals who can’t afford to pay?
A: Many services are covered by insurance, public benefits, or grants. Staff will assist clients in obtaining public benefits if they are eligible. If a client does not have a funding source, we offer a sliding scale for those who cannot afford to pay.

Q: What is the referral process?
A: Anyone can request an evaluation or treatment at ARTS. Simply call either 303-336-1600 or 303-761-6703. Those seeking admission to a specific treatment program may also call a specific location listed on this website (Contact Us page).

Q: Do you provide Medication Assisted Treatment?
A: Yes, ARTS has three outpatient clinics located conveniently throughout the Denver-metropolitan area that offers medication assisted treatments, including Methadone, Suboxone, Naltrexone, Vivitrol, and Antabuse. For more information see Medication Assisted Treatment page.

Q: Are all programs and staff licensed?
A: Yes. All ARTS programs are licensed by the Colorado Department of Human Services, Office of Behavioral Health and meet State and Federal licensing standards.

Q: How private is my information?
A: ARTS is required by State and Federal law to keep all of your information confidential. Click here for more information regarding our Privacy Practices.

Contact ARTS

3738 W. Princeton Circle
Denver, CO 80236

Weekdays 7:30am to 4:30pm
Phone: 303.336.1600
Fax: 303.762.2181