This Littleton detox center feels like a relaxing hotel. Is this the way out of the fentanyl crisis?
Gallus Medical Detox uses a proprietary protocol to treat fentanyl addiction, using intravenous and injectable drugs to ease the misery of withdrawal.
With sports bets in the billions, Colorado still lags on tackling problem gambling
Now that legal sports wagering has gone mainstream, there’s a move to revisit the law – and a chronically weak commitment to mitigating the damage
Addiction, denial, despair — and joy — mark one woman’s thought experiment, aided by soft-hearted “guides”
In "Soft Hearted Stories," author Jenny Forrester views her world through a kaleidoscopic lens of prose and poetry
Opinion: It’s time for our federal and state lawmakers to get serious about fentanyl
U.S. Attorney Jason R. Dunn says a new Colorado law sends the wrong message to drug traffickers and to victims and families
Colorado could soon get a lot of money from opioid settlements. But where should those dollars go?
In a new Colorado Health Institute survey, experts weighed between spending money on treatment, prevention and other priorities
A new Colorado law makes possessing thousands of fatal fentanyl doses a misdemeanor. Prosecutors are worried.
Colorado lawmakers this year passed a bill to reduce incarceration by making possession of 4 grams or less of most drugs a misdemeanor instead of a felony
Colorado emergency rooms are trying something new to stem the opioid crisis: addiction treatment
An increasing number of Denver-area hospitals are offering patients medication in the emergency room to treat their dependencies in the hopes of nudging them into long-term care
Carman: The addicts in our families deserve justice for the corporate kingpins
How exercise is helping extreme athletes and others in Colorado battle addiction
"It's a community that welcomes you with open arms"
Austin Eubanks, Columbine school shooting survivor who became advocate for fighting addiction, found dead
Austin Eubanks was shot in the hand and knee in the Columbine attack that killed 12 classmates and a teacher
Cordillera resort to reopen as tony drug-treatment facility for “seriously underserved population” — the wealthy
After five lawsuits and lots of controversy, the upscale rehab center is first of its kind in Colorado, but there are thousands in California leading state to draft a raft of regulations