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.