We believe that alcohol and drug addiction is a treatable, chronic disease that affects individuals, their families, and significant others on multiple levels. We know that people can achieve sobriety and live a fulfilled life without drugs and alcohol. The caring staff at CCS, Inc. is committed to helping adults & adolescents 

  • Substance Abuse Assessments
  • Mental Health Assessments
  • Substance Abuse Outpatient Counseling
  • Anger Management
  • Individual Therapy (Behavioral Health & Substance Abuse)
  • Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP) for adults & adolescents
  • SAP Assessment & Referral/DISA-DOT

U/A Services

  • On-Site BAC/Urine Drug Screening/Ethyl Glucuronide (ETG) Alcohol Testing
  • Rapid dip test/THC, Cocaine, Amphetamine/Methamphetamine, Opiate, Benzodiazepine
  • Lab testing for quantitative levels and special testing to include Spice

Other additional lab testing methods are available depending on the treatment needs of the client.
U/A Color Assignment
Call (505)608-7158 DAILY Monday – Saturday

U/A Schedule

Mon Fri 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Sat 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM

*No U/As at 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM or after 6:00 PM* (need to arrive by 5:45 PM)


Cottonwood accepts Medicaid and most insurances. We are contracted with state and community agencies to assist in payment for some services.

Insurance rates and co-pays will vary by company and plan.

Fees and co-pays are subject to change per each insurance provider. Claim submission does not guarantee coverage.

All fees are due at time of service.

It is your responsibility for any and all fees associated with services received if not covered under insurance.

CCS will make every effort to ensure insurance coverage, however if any claims are denied it will be patient’s responsibility to pay these fees.

Health insurance seldom covers 100% of your healthcare costs.

Deductible: the amount of money the patient must spend on their own before insurance benefits kick in.

Co-Pay: the amount of money that the patient pays directly to the healthcare provider at every visit.

Coinsurance: the co-pay is usually too small to cover all of the provider’s fees. The insurance company covers a large percentage (usually 60-90%, depending upon the plan) of the remaining fee and the patient is responsible for the balance. This balance is called coinsurance.