Substance Use

CHP supports community-centered planning to address the opioid epidemic and other substance use issues in the Pikes Peak region.

CPAR

Coalition for Prevention, Addiction Education and Recovery

CPAR was established in 2016 as a coalition of stakeholders whose mission is to build a sustainable community of partnerships committed to preventing and reducing substance misuse by promoting a culture of wellness through education, prevention, treatment, and recovery support. 

Opioid Abuse in El Paso County

In 2019 our community:

Resources and Reports

Recovery is Possible

Substance use disorder (SUD) can affect anyone regardless of race, gender, age or social class. With the support of community, friends, family and loved ones, and by recognizing and ending the stigma that comes along with addiction, recovery is possible. Explore these written stories from our neighbors who have fought addiction and found meaningful recovery and hope.
General partners

Providing support

If you are interested in supporting CHP’s mission to prevent misuse and promote recovery, please contact PJ Higgins, Project Manager, at pj.higgins@ppchp.org

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