People helping people.

Dedicated to Providing the Best Substance Abuse Treatment.

We’re here to help you.

As a non-profit treatment provider, Cheyenne Center, believes that Substance Use Disorders (SUD) are a progressive disease that affects the person’s body and mind, family and social relationships, as well as job skills. Chemical dependency is treatable. We aim to help you achieve and maintain sobriety and to offer guidance that will ease your transition back to society and a healthy life.

Cheyenne Center’s treatment team uses a mind, body and spirit approach to treating substance use disorders. We focus on the whole person. We welcome your questions and want to assure you that all inquires are absolutely confidential.

We have been serving the community since January 1, 1996.

Residential Services For Men

Cheyenne Center provides these services to residential clients:

 

  • Drug & Alcohol Education
  • Life Skills
  • Criminal Addictive Thinking
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Life Skills
  • Living Sober
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Outpatient Services

Cheyenne Center provides these services to outpatient clients:

 

  • Psychoeducational Group
  • Process Group and Family Group
  • Domestic Violence Education
  • Individual Counseling Sessions
  • HIV Education and Testing
  • Tobacco Awareness Class
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Successful Treatment Starts With You!

Testimonials

    “I have a 22-year-old grandson and I am so impressed with the help he is getting there. I go to Cheyenne Center family groups and I am surprised at how much I am learning about the process.”

    Christene

    “We had given up hope and faith that he would ever truly work the program and be committed to achieving sobriety. Through conversations and counseling with our son, we began to see a change in attitude and commitment in him.”

    Joe & Barbara

    “I would like to show my appreciation and thanks to all the counselors, the staff and all my friends at the Cheyenne Center. Your help and support brought me through a really tough time in my life.”

    Jesse

    “You may be free from incarceration, but the chains of addiction still bind you. As strong as I was, my addiction was stronger. Addiction is very real. Today, I’m no longer a prisoner.”

    John