Access Point Colorado

Syringe Access Program

CHN’s Syringe Access Programs (SAP) is an anonymous program offering unused sterile syringes and injection equipment at no cost for individuals who inject substances. No photo ID is required. SAP is a harm reduction service implemented to reduce the spread of HIV, HCV and other infections.

Hours And Locations

Denver

Ph: (303) 837-1501

Our Hours Are: 
Monday: 1-6pm
Tuesday: 1-6pm
Wednesday: 1-6pm
Thursday: 1-6pm
Friday: 12-3pm

Address: 6260 E. Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80220

Pueblo

Ph: (719) 621-1105

Our Hours Are: 
Tuesday: 10am-12pm and 1:30-4pm
Wednesday: 5pm – 7pm (orders must be placed by 4:00pm)
Thursday: 10am-12pm and 1:30-4pm

Address: 807 N. Greenwood St,
Ste. 200, Pueblo, CO 81003

Co Springs

Ph: (719) 301-6106

Our Hours Are:
Friday: 10:00 am–12:00pm and 1:30pm – 4:00pm

Address: 875 W Moreno Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80905
(at Diversus Health). Look for the Access Point sign and follow the arrows to our door.

Fort Collins

Ph: (970) 484-4469

Our Hours Are: 
Monday: 1pm-4:45pm
Wednesday: 1pm-6:45pm
Friday: 1pm-4:45pm

Testing times offered daily by appointment.

Address: 400 Remington Suite 100, Fort Collins, CO 80524

Grand Junction

Ph: (970) 243-2437

Our Hours Are:
Monday: 1pm-4:00pm
Tuesday: 1pm-4:00pm
Friday: 1pm-4:00pm

Address: 2352 N 7th St. Ste. A1, Grand Junction, CO 81501

Changing Lives

The Syringe Access Program is available at the Denver, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, Pueblo, and Grand Junction offices. Works and overdose prevention materials are available in our Greeley office. Participants of a Colorado Syringe Access Program are protected by state law and are exempt from paraphernalia tickets for syringes and injection equipment distributed by CHN and other Access Points. Participants will receive an anonymous participation card that reflects participation in the program.

CHN Services Offered

Syringe and other injection and use equipment (works) – Overdose Prevention including Naloxone (aka Narcan) – Safer Injection and Use Education – Safe disposal for our community – Behavioral Health – Prevention Case Management – Additional referrals to local resources – Including Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) options.

Equipment offered

Syringes (various sizes available) – Sharps Containers – Tourniquets – Cookers – Cottons – Sterile Water – First Aid Supplies – Safer Snorting and Smoking Kits – Hygiene Items – These items are based on availability

For More Information

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