2 Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers in Steamboat Springs, Colorado
Fresh Rocky Mountain air has a healing effect on patients emerging from rehab, and Steamboat Springs has plenty of it. The town is famous for its winter wonderland sports and therapeutic hot springs, and if you’re emerging from rehab in the summer, there is also plenty of camping, hiking, biking, fishing and fun to enjoy, as well as full calendar of cultural events throughout the year. This makes Steamboat Springs, CO a great place to reboot your life after recovery. Two alcohol and drug rehab centers serve the Steamboat Springs area.
Flying into Steamboat Springs
Steamboat Springs, CO is just 20 miles away from the Yampa Valley Airport (HDN) in Hayden, CO. HDN is served by 98 weekly domestic flights to and from 11 major US cities, flown by 7 airlines. This makes it easily accessible from just about anywhere in the country. As a popular tourist destination, it is very easy to catch a taxi or shuttle from the airport to your target destination in Steamboat Springs, or vice versa.
Weather in Steamboat Springs
Steamboat Springs is a winter dream, with deep, dry, powdery snow perfect for all kinds of winter sports. Obviously, the temperatures hover between the 20s and single digits to keep that snow happy. Summers are sunny and dry, with average temps in the 70s and 80s. Historically, June sees the most rain and March brings in the most snow.
Where to Stay in Steamboat Springs
If you need a place to stay while receiving outpatient substance abuse treatment in Steamboat Springs—or if family and friends want to come and support your recovery, you have plenty of options. As a major tourist destination, Steamboat Springs has 22 hotels, 1,211 vacation rentals, 8 Inns and B&Bs, and 81 specialty lodging locations. Your best bet is to contact local travel services to find deals and discounts for the type of lodging you need, for as long as you need it and to specifically ask for discounts you might qualify for.
Jobs in Steamboat Springs
While going through rehab, funding your stay and treatment is a necessity. Fortunately, there are a lot of opportunities in the outdoor recreation and service sectors that can help you get on your feet financially. Search websites like Indeed.com, Monster.com and jobs-to-careers.com for employment opportunities that fit your particular qualifications. The Steamboat Springs Chamber of Commerce website also has more location-specific listings of businesses, opportunities and resources to help you relocate in Steamboat Springs during and after your time in rehab.