Pandemic accelerated addictions, Colorado Springs treatment facilities racing to catch up

The need for programs to help Colorado Springs residents beat addiction to substances is as great as the gap is wide, say those working in recovery, but they see hope on the horizon.

One huge hole: There’s no inpatient facility in the city for rehabilitative treatment extending 30 to 90 days, said Trudy Hodges, CEO of Springs Recovery Connection, a nonprofit that trains peer coaches to support people getting sober.

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