Narconon® Colorado –A Life Worth Saving is located in Fort Collins, Colorado; nestled along side of the Cache La Poudre River at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. The surrounding views, nearby parks, rivers and wide open spaces make Fort Collins one of the best places in the country to start a new life free of drug and alcohol addiction. The Narconon Colorado facility is a spacious, modern building.
On their free time, students can enjoy basketball, volleyball, baseball, horse shoes, billiards, ping pong, and movies. A professional kitchen and wonderful chefs provide great food. Our staff is dedicated to helping others achieve freedom from drug and alcohol addiction.
About Fort Collins
Fort Collins is located 50 miles north of Denver and is situated just east of the Rocky Mountain foothills. With a population of 137,200 (2009), Fort Collins is home to Colorado State University and was named Money magazines Best Place to Live in 2006 and #2 in 2008.
Fort Collins elevation is 5,003 ft. above sea level and the city has a total area of 47.1 square miles. Fort Collins residents enjoy a moderate four season climate with an average of 296 days of sunshine per year and 14.5 inches of precipitation. July is the average warmest month in Fort Collins (Avg. High 86°F – Avg. Low 57°F) and January is the average coolest month (Avg. High 42°F – Avg. Low 14°F). Fort Collins is the 5th most populous city in Colorado.
US Census 2009 indicates that the average age in Fort Collins is 29.4. The average household income in Fort Collins is $72,248 and approximately 48.2% of the population has completed 4 or more years of college.
Fort Collins maintains more than 600 acres of parks, 5,000 acres of natural areas, and more than 20 miles of off-street hiking / bike trails.