Addiction and Treatment Statistics for Wray, Colorado
Sometimes for those seeking treatment to beat a drug addiction, it’s best to get away from the distractions and environment that may have led one to such issues in the first place. And while there are thousands of rehabilitation centers dotted throughout the United States for people to seek treatment at, sometimes it’s a small, quaint town that can provide someone with the best path to success in overcoming addiction. For those looking for this quaint, small-town feel, there’s the municipality of Wray – a 2,300 person community located in northeast Colorado.
Wray is only 3 total square miles, but is also lauded as an “All-American City,” by various publications. Though small and quaint, Wray could be the type of venue that someone from a big city needs to get in touch with themselves and overcome addiction.
Wray is home to the Wray Municipal Airport, but it’s by no means considered a “major” airport. That doesn’t mean that those seeking treatment – or family members and friends that wish to visit them – will have trouble getting in and out of Wray though. McCook Ben Nelson Regional Airport in McCook, Nebraska is located about 95 miles from Wray, and Denver International Airport is a tad further away from the city center, about 160 miles away. Other nearby airports include North Platte Regional Airport, which is about 150 miles away, and Western Nebraska Regional Airport, which is just less than 200 miles away from Wray.
Wray doesn’t have the typical Colorado weather, being that it’s located in the eastern portion of the state. In fact, its summers are characterized as warm and hot, with temperatures averaging in the high 80s, and its winters are typically mild, with temperatures ranging from the 40’s to the 50’s. Wray receives about 28 inches of snow per year, which is just above the national average, and about 18 inches of rain per year.
Lodging in Wray, Colorado
As noted, Wray is a small, 2,300 person community. And in a municipality this small, the lodging options are limited. Wray is home to the Butte Hotel, however, which is located on East Third Street.
Employment Opportunities in Wray
Wray is a small municipality, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t opportunity in the area for those who want to start fresh after receiving treatment in the area. One of the most common occupations among Wray citizens is truck driving. Farming is also a vibrant industry in Wray. Sales and distribution is another industry.