How To Find Help

Get Connected with the Help You Need.

It’s not easy being a parent, or a pre-teen or teen these days. Younger and younger children are being exposed to the use of drugs of all kinds: alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs like marijuana, methamphetamines and cocaine, prescription drugs and even over-the-counter drugs. Peer pressure is enormous. It’s important to know that there are many organizations, resources and opportunities to find information, advice and help—whether you’re a parent, young adult or child.

You’ll find lots of information on this website. And you can find local resources to help with counseling services, intervention, rehabilitation, after care and more.

Call the United Way Infoline at 2-1-1
If you don’t find what you need, you can also call the United Way Infoline at 2-1-1. But if you call from a cell phone, it’s best to call (970) 353-4300.
For a complete list of local resources, click here.