Northglenn, CO | Fort Collins Clinic

Northglenn – CO Front Range Clinic

The Northglenn drug addiction clinic has emerged as an important central location that serves our Colorado patients. Anchored by Dr. Jim Shuler, one of our ASAM certified regional medical Directors, and a network of dedicated compassionate medical providers, our Northglenn office is available to you today. Conveniently located at the corner of Huron St. and W. 112th Avenue, this location has become a beacon of recovery to many of our patients.

(303) 568-9694

11172 Huron St Suite 20
Northglenn, CO, 80234

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Work Hours
Business Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 8:00AM–4:00PM
Tue: 8:00AM–4:00PM
Wed: 8:00AM–4:00PM
Thu: 8:00AM–4:00PM
Fri: 8:00AM–4:00PM
Sat: Closed

Life, beyond addiction

Front Range Clinic offers a ‘high access / low barrier’ treatment option at our Northglenn drug addiction clinic. Our Northglenn Suboxone doctors and medical providers listen to your individual needs and work with you or your loved one to create a treatment plan that will work.

Whether you are struggling with prescription opiates, heroin, benzodiazepines, meth, or alcohol, we are dedicated to helping you. Recovery can be difficult, but our well trained Suboxone doctors and nurse practitioners strive to make finding a life beyond addiction easier than other Colorado drug addiction clinics.

Don’t wait to begin your treatment. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and begin your journey of recovery.

A step closer to recovery

Request a consultation, and our team will contact you and support you in your recovery journey.

Addiction Services

Addiction Services

Front Range Clinic is the leading Northglenn drug addiction clinic with addiction services that address opiates, methamphetamines, heroin, benzos, and alcohol. Our low-barrier approach makes getting addiction treatment affordable and easier than other programs.

Medication Assisted Treatment

Medication Assisted Treatment

MAT (Medications for Addiction Treatment) makes finding sobriety a little easier. Front Range Clinic offers two types of MAT medications. Medications can help reduce cravings and lessen withdrawal symptoms. Using a medication for addiction is like using insulin for diabetes. The medications treat the disease, while counseling can provide tools to navigate life while in recovery.


If you are struggling with opioids or
alcohol, there are two medication options.

Find recovery

All calls are free and confidential.

We accept the following insurance plans:

Fort range Clinic also offers treatment and services
at an affordable rate for uninsured or out of pocket payers.

Colorado Medicaid

United Health Care



New Mexico Medicaid