PO Box 3410
Glenwood Springs, CO 81602=3410
970-945-8661 phone, 970-947-9265 fax
West Slope Casa, LLC (WSC)
endeavors to improve the lives of those affected by alcohol and drug
addiction on the western slope of Colorado. Contracting with the most
qualified, licensed substance abuse treatment providers on Colorado's Western
Slope, WSC provides evidence-based, culturally-sensitive treatment by removing
transportation barriers, providing affordable care, and establishing linkages
in the community for adjunct supportive services.
West Slope Casa is the Designated Managed Service
for Colorado’s Western Slope
WSC has an established, experienced network of subcontractor-providers who
deliver the Colorado Alcohol and Drug Abuse Department (ADAD) defined continuum
of substance abuse treatment care, with related services, in 41 licensed
offices located over the 44,000 square miles of mountainous and desert terrain
(see map, below.)
The continuum of care on the Western Slope includes Intensive Residential,
Women’s Residential, men’s and women’s Halfway Houses, Special Connections for
Pregnant Women, Specialized Women’s Services, offender services (Strategies for
Self-Improvement and Change), HIV Prevention, DUI Level I and Level II, and a
large variety of outpatient programs for adults and youth.
Detoxification centers operated 7 days a week/ 24 hours a day are located in
Glenwood Springs, Grand Junction, Durango, and Cortez, with a 16/7 facility
operated in Breckenridge and an on-call detox center operated in Steamboat
Click on your county to find the providers nearest you.
West Slope Casa providers have a century’s worth of
experience in providing or arranging for substance abuse and behavioral health
services in the public sector.
Substance abuse providers are an integral part of local culture, with
longstanding presence in their communities and strong ties to community
A sliding fee scale is offered to assist in access to care; payment is accepted
from clients and private insurance. Providers work very hard at acquiring
additional funding from stakeholders, grants, municipalities, and other
Persons with co-occurring substance abuse and mental health issues can be
treated in an integrated fashion by all WSC providers, in cooperation with the
three community mental health centers who are part of the provider panel.
Residential referrals are handled by local offices so clients will already know
the clinicians they’ll be returning to for continuing care.
Providers have extensive experience in arranging for, and providing services to
child welfare, temporary aid for needy families (TANF), and criminal justice
populations, with long-standing referral and treatment relationships with local
departments of social services, probation, and other human services agencies
The three community mental health centers manage section 8 housing and have
experience in working with homeless shelters and housing authorities for those
clients who need assistance with housing.
For a listing of WSC providers in your area,
To get affordable Certified Addictions Counselor training on
the western slope,
West Slope Casa developed the WSC Training Consortium (WSCTC).
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The Consortium brings ADAD-approved training to Durango, Cortez, Grand
Junction, and Glenwood Springs.
WSCTC provides an unlimited number of classes to member-agency clinicians for
$75 per year.
Member agencies provide cash or training days to the Consortium, based on usage
the previous year.
Non-WSC agencies are welcome to join. Clinicians from non-WSC agencies are
invited to attend classes. For more information about the Training Consortium,