• Statistics for Fort Collins, Colorado
  • The population of Fort Collins is 149,817. Of that number, 75,301 are Males and 74,516 are Females.

    Fort Collins, Colorado population breakdown by age is as follows:

    6.01 % are Under Age 5
    6.28 % are 5 to 9 Years Old
    6.55 % are 10 to 14 Years Old
    8.94 % are 15 to 19 Years Old
    13.83 % are 20 to 24 Years Old
    16.06 % are 25 to 34 Years Old
    15.27 % are 35 to 44 Years Old
    12.93 % are 45 to 54 Years Old
    3.73 % are 55 to 59 Years Old
    2.49 % are 60 to 64 Years Old
    4.06 % are 65 to 74 Years Old
    2.81 % are 75 to 84 Years Old
    1.03 % are over 85 Years Old

    Fort Collins Stats
    The Total Area covered by Fort Collins, Colorado is 220.47999572754 Sq. Miles.
    The population density in Fort Collins, CO. is 730.51 persons/sq. mile.
    The Fort Collins elevation is 5003 Ft.

    Enrollment and Education for Fort Collins:
    53,914 students are enrolled in school in Fort Collins, Colorado (over 3 years of age).
    Of those who are enrolled in Fort Collins:
    2,482 students are attending Nursery School in Fort Collins.
    1,569 students are enrolled in Kindergarten.
    15,785 students in Fort Collins are enrolled in Primary School
    7,313 students attend High School in Fort Collins.
    26,765 students attend College in Fort Collins.
    Fort Collins Employment Info:
    83,006 people are employed in Fort Collins.
    4,249 people are unemployed in Fort Collins, Colorado.
    Data on Household Economics in Fort Collins:
    Household earnings breakdown:
    Under $10,000 yearly: 4,334
    $10,000.00 to $14,999 yearly: 3,252
    $15,000 to $24,999 yearly: 7,079
    $25,000 to $34,999 yearly: 6,614
    $35,000 to $49,999 yearly: 9,424
    $50,000 to $74,999 yearly: 11,547
    $75,000 to $99,999 yearly: 7,182
    $100,000 to $149,999 yearly: 5,209
    $150,000 to $199,999 yearly: 1,543
    $200,000 or more yearly: 1,408

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Drug Rehab in Fort Collins

Drug rehabilitation in Fort Collins, Colorado is accessible for individuals who are in need of effective rehabilitation options to get help for any form of drug or alcohol addiction. Whether an individual is struggling with addiction to alcohol, hardcore street drugs or even prescription drugs, there are alcohol and drug rehabilitation facilities in Fort Collins, CO. which can help individuals efficiently detox from these substances and preferably obtain further treatment solutions so that they do not have to struggle with drug addiction again. For individuals who want to stop using drugs, alcohol and drug rehab in Fort Collins is truly the only established way of doing so. Many try to quit on their own and fall short simply because they are up against so many obstacles both physically and psychologically. Treatment specialists at drug and alcohol treatment programs in Fort Collins, Colorado understand what drug and alcohol addicted individuals are up against when making an attempt to stop using drugs and are ready to apply proven rehabilitation techniques to work with them to get through it.

Even if an addict has the very best of intentions, it can be nearly impossible to stop abusing drugs when one has grown to be reliant on these substances. Drug dependence is often times not only physical in nature and addicts can start to rely on drugs or alcohol mentally as well. It then becomes an inner battle, where the individual understands they need to put an end to drug or alcohol addiction but simply cannot conquer the physical cravings, often harsh withdrawal symptoms and psychological triggers to boot. Drugs can literally make a person a prisoner of their addiction, and the only way to end it is to get help at a drug and alcohol rehab center in Fort Collins, CO. area. If the person won't reach out for this treatment on their own, loved ones and friends should intervene to make sure they get this help.

If someone who is addicted to drugs or alcohol won't go and get treatment of their own free will, talk to a professional rehabilitation specialist at a drug rehab in Fort Collins to ascertain if a drug intervention may be a good idea. A drug intervention is a procedure typically embarked upon with the assistance of a skilled drug interventionist, to help convince a drug or alcohol addicted individual to leave for drug rehab when needed. Because of deep seeded denial and guilt, it can be hard to convince some individuals to go to drug and alcohol rehab in Fort Collins, Colorado even when the situation is extremely serious. This is the time for friends and family members to come together and use a drug intervention to convince them to go to drug and alcohol rehab in Fort Collins, CO. before it is too late. Each moment is crucial, so if someone you know is addicted to drugs and alcohol and won't immediately go to drug rehabilitation in Fort Collins to get treated for addiction, seriously look at making use of a drug intervention right away.

It is sometimes the situation that addicted individuals are court ordered to go to drug and alcohol rehabilitation in Fort Collins, Colorado because of some type of drug offense or crime that was happened as a result of their drug addiction. Though most would not generally pick this course of action of their own free will, friends and family members can rest assured in knowing that criminal justice clients do about the same if not better in drug and alcohol rehabilitation in Fort Collins, CO. as people that go through alcohol and drug treatment willingly. For individuals not fortunate enough to enter into alcohol and drug treatment in Fort Collins through the criminal justice system, it is like an endless cycle in and out of trouble and jail. Most of the time, criminal justice clients in alcohol and drug rehabilitation in Fort Collins, Colorado get through their treatment curriculum and end up living and remain out of the criminal justice cycle altogether.

Once an individual makes it to drug and alcohol rehabilitation in Fort Collins, CO., detoxification is the process that is always the first important phase of an extremely thorough and intensive treatment plan. While going through drug and alcohol detox, people who are just beginning to abstain from drugs will begin experiencing intense symptoms of withdrawal as the drugs are leaving their bodies. Treatment clients must becoming reaclimated both physically and psychologically to this change and it can take a substantial amount of will power to avoid relapse during this time, which would alleviate these extreme and occasionally agonizing and punishing set of symptoms. Detox experts at an alcohol and drug treatment program in Fort Collins understand which symptoms every drug and/or alcohol will bring during withdrawal, and know how to tackle them so that drug and alcohol detox is a smooth and safe procedure. Being in this environment will help ensure that there is no threat of relapse and that the client gets through drug and alcohol detox so they can take part in the more essential facets of rehabilitation.

Immediately after detox, it is crucial that the individual in treatment at a drug rehab center in Fort Collins, Colorado and their friends and family understand that this is not by any means the end of the treatment process. Just abstaining from drugs and detoxing alone isn't considered treatment all alone, it is clearly put the beginning of a much more in-depth approach which consists of many hours of counseling and therapy to actually address drug or alcohol addiction and completely resolve it for good. Rehabilitation experts will help the treatment client to uncover and address what brought about their alcohol and drug abuse and develop ways to stop this from taking place in the long term. Individual and peer group counseling is often used as well as education and behavioral treatment to help produce more efficient coping mechanisms which will give them a much better shot at not just remaining abstinent but going on to live a full and happy lifestyle.

The fast and uncomplicated path is not the most most effective approach when it comes to rehabilitating a person who is struggling with drug or alcohol addiction. Because of this, alcohol and drug treatment is best undertaken in an inpatient or residential setting like a long-term drug and alcohol treatment facility in Fort Collins, CO. which demands a stay of at least 90 days or longer, so that the client can maintain total focus on their treatment. When considering various treatment choices in Fort Collins look at a drug rehabilitation center that can not only supply quick results but benefits which will prove long lasting.

20 treatment listings in or near Fort Collins, Colorado:

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  • NA meetings in Fort Collins:
  • Fellowship House
    1630 South College Avenue
    Fort Collins, CO. 80521

    Friday - 12:00 PM
    Monday - 12:00 PM, 7:30 PM
    Sunday - 7:30 PM
    Thursday - 12:00 PM
    Tuesday - 12:00 PM
    Wednesday - 12:00 PM, 7:00 PM
  • Island Grove
    212 West Mountain Avenue
    Fort Collins, CO. 80521

    Monday - 6:30 PM
  • Serenity Club
    2008 East Lincoln Avenue
    Fort Collins, CO. 80524

    Saturday - 5:30 PM
    Wednesday - 8:00 PM
  • Trinity Lutheran Church
    301 East Stuart
    Fort Collins, CO. 80525

    Tuesday - 7:30 PM