Substance Use Prevention


According to the most current statewide data, in 2020, 1,477 Coloradans died of drug overdoses – the most overdose deaths ever recorded in the state, and a 38% increase from 2019. Naloxone is an opioid antagonist medication that can reverse the effects of opioid overdose. 

Naloxone can quickly restore normal breathing to a person whose breathing has slowed or stopped as a result of an opioid overdose. 

Summit County Public Health is now a Naloxone distribution site. Any member of the public may pick up Naloxone, at no charge, at Public Health during business hours. 360 Peak One Drive #230, Monday through Friday 8am-5pm. 

Trainings on substance use prevention and the administration of Naloxone are available by request. To request a free training on recognizing and responding to opioid overdose using Naloxone, email

Let's Talk Fentanyl, Presented by Summit County Public Health  

Naloxone is available for free at the following locations in Summit County:




Summit County Public Health

360 Peak One Drive, Suite #230  Frisco


Summit County Sherriff’s Office

501 N. Park Avenue  Breckenridge 


Red, White and Blue Fire Protection District 

316 N Main Street  Breckenridge 


Summit Community Care Clinic

360 Peak One Drive, Suite #100  Frisco


Naloxone is also available without a prescription at most pharmacies and can be billed to insurance.

Summit County Public Health also distributes Fentanyl Test Strips.  More information here.

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Substance use resources in Summit County

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Front Range Clinic
360 Peak One Drive Suite #100
Frisco, CO 80443  

We offer two of the three MAT options that can be used to treat opioid addiction: buprenorphine/Suboxone, and naltrexone/Vivitrol. Each of these medications acts differently and may be prescribed per the specific needs of the individual.

Mile High Behavioral Health Care
360 Peak One Drive Suite #110D
Frisco, CO 80443                                   970-485-6676  

Summit Community Care Clinic          360 Peak One Drive Suite #100            Frisco, CO 80443                                  970-668-4040

Providing seamless, accessible care and services for a successful, sustainable recovery. MHBHC includes case management and peer-to-peer support by trained peer specialists. Clients also have access to the full range of programs offered through MHBHC’s continuum of care.
If you or someone you love is struggling with opioid use, we offer a comprehensive integrated program to address the behavior and medical components of this problem. Call the Care Clinic to learn more and get involved.
Summit Women's Recovery
330 Fiedler Ave #103
Dillon, CO  80435
At Women’s Recovery, our women’s substance abuse treatment program offers a wide array of therapy options to help you overcome substance abuse.

Other Community Resources 

Crossfit Low Oxygen- Fit to Recover - Weekly free workout classes for community members in recovery. Fit to Recover is available to anyone in recovery and for those supporting someone in recovery with the condition that they are sober for 24 hours. Tuesdays at 6:30 pm. Contact Jared & Taneil at 443-480-0218.

Walking away from the Shame of Recovery- For people who struggle with substance use and their mental health. Clinically facilitated open discussion group email Gabe Lynch at 

Mental Health Resources in Summit County 

Summit Community Care Clinic
360 Peak One Drive Suite #100
Frisco, CO  80443

Our licensed Behavioral Health team consists of professional counselors, clinical social workers and addictions counselors who work with patients to enhance their social, emotional and behavioral health.

Building Hope
701 Granite St #270
Frisco, CO  80443
Building Hope Summit County is a community-wide initiative designed to create a more coordinated, effective and responsive mental health system that promotes emotional health, reduces stigma and improves access to care and support for everyone in Summit County. Scholarships available for people seeking treatment with licensed addiction technicians. Building Hope Peer Warm line:  970-485-6271 x 2 to talk to a caring peer. 

Family Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC)
251 W 4th St
Silverthorne, CO  80498
FIRC’s Mental Health Navigators can help you access mental health support and they understand the challenges of a complicated system. If you’d like to make an appointment with a Mental Health Navigator, call 970-262-3888.

Colorado State and National Resources

Safe2Tell Colorado is a statewide anonymous reporting tool available 24-hours a day to accept reports whenever a Colorado youth or concerned adult perceived a threat to their safety or the safety of others. Make a report using your smartphone by downloading the Safe2Tell Colorado mobile app from the Apple Store or Google Play or by calling 1-877-542-7233 to speak to a live, trained dispatcher.

Forward Together is a collaboration between the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) and Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS). Forward Together was created to help you build and strengthen your relationship with the young people in your life through their growing and developing years. Visit for more info.

CDPHE Opioid Treatment Programs educational web page for individuals seeking to gather information related to the use of medications to treat Opioid Use Disorder (OUD).

SAMHSA’s National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders 1-800-662-HELP (4357).