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Connecticut Drug Rehab Centers

Community Solutions Inc. - Watkinson House
Location: Hartford, CT - 06105
Contact Phone: (860) 524-1898
Website: http://www.csi-online.org
Description: Offering residential re-entry work release for adult men, home confinement (non-residential) slots provided as needed
Drug Services Residential Program Central Naugatuck Valley Help Inc
Location: Waterbury, CT - 06708
Contact Phone: (203) 756-8984
Website: http://www.cnvhelp.org/
Description: The Reverend Edward M. Dempsey Drug Services program of Central Naugatuck Valley Help, Incorporated is a residential community of individuals working together to improve the quality of their lives through substance abuse treatment. Residents and program staff collaborate to maintain an environment which focuses on identification of strengths and evaluation of behaviors, attitudes towards life, and feelings about oneself and significant others. The primary goals of Drug Services are to help individuals identify and utilize their own unique strengths to change behaviors, to understand feelings which have led to substance abuse, and to increase insight relating to mental health needs. The program promotes abstinence from drugs and alcohol and seeks to maintain an environment in which potential for rehabilitation is enhanced. The Drug Services program offers a structured and supportive atmosphere intended to provide residents with a variety of tools needed to develop a personal lifestyle characterized by health, happiness, and productivity. Our approach to substance abuse treatment is holistic. Personal growth and development are accomplished through individual, group, and family sessions; educational modules; daily recreational activities; discharge preparation. In addition, yoga, meditation, and exercise are offered in order to promote an awareness of the connection between mind, body, and spirit. Together, these components make up a treatment experience that is balanced and well-rounded.
Recovery Network Of Programs, Inc. - Horizons
Location: Bridgeport, CT - 06605
Contact Phone: (203) 333-3518
Website: http://www.recovery-programs.org/
Description: Horizons is a CARF accredited intensive, short-term residential rehabilitation program for adult men and women struggling with addiction. The program offers a range of treatment based on professional best practices and evidence based treatments, including motivational interviewing, cognitive-behavioral therapy, seeking safety, and medication-assisted services for opiate dependence. The program features a high degree of structure and support, and includes individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, case management, and 12-step facilitation. An important goal of the program is to prepare individuals for long-term stable recovery in the community. An important component of this is to carefully develop an individualized aftercare and discharge plan. This may include referrals to a variety of housing, outpatient addiction treatment, and mental health services. Clients who complete the program are encouraged to become members of the alumni group and participate in offering hope to those who are beginning their own recovery process.
Intermediate Residential Unit Rushford Center Inc
Location: Middletown, CT - 06457
Contact Phone: (860) 346-0300
Website: https://www.rushford.org/
Description: Our Intermediate Treatment Program (halfway house) is a residential program that provides full clinical and therapeutic support for clients who are “in transition,” seeking to return to the workforce or already employed. Clients are required to stay involved with Rushford counseling programs, group therapies and continuing care planning.
Ambulatory Detox Rushford Center Inc
Location: Middletown, CT - 06457
Contact Phone: (860) 346-0300
Website: https://www.rushford.org/
Description: Rushford is one of Connecticut's leading providers of addiction and mental health treatment programs for children, teens and adults. We are accredited by the Joint Commission and have received national recognition for our success in delivering high quality prevention and treatment programs.
Apt Foundation - Outpatient Medication Assisted Treatment
Location: New Haven, CT - 06519
Contact Phone: (203) 781-4740
Website: http://aptfoundation.org/
Description: Individuals who want to stop their illicit drug use can find it very difficult. Their need to satisfy cravings or avoid withdrawal can be so intense that they feel desperate and overwhelmed. At the right dose, and with psychosocial intervention (e.g., counseling) medication assisted treatment can suppress opioid withdrawal symptoms and suppress cravings to help individuals continue treatment and avoid illicit opioid use. APT currently offers two forms of medication assisted treatment for opioid dependence 1) methadone and 2) buprenorphine (Suboxone®). For people with severe opioid dependence, these medications may be prescribed for a period of years to help stabilize and support the person making changes in other life areas.
Psychiatry Outpatient Services John Dempsey Hospital
Location: Farmington, CT - 06030
Contact Phone: (860) 679-2553
Website: http://psychiatry.uchc.edu/
Description: The Adult Psychiatric Outpatient Services clinic at 10 Talcott Notch Road in Farmington offers evaluation and treatment of a wide range of psychiatric disorders for adults ages 18 and over, under the auspices of John Dempsey Hospital. The clinic is handicapped accessible, offers free parking and is located in a modern office building just off the main UConn Health campus in Farmington. We provide essential psychiatric services for approximately 2,500 active patients (nearly 18,000 patient visits annually) who come from all over the state of Connecticut, as many as 75 percent of whom are insured by Medicare and/or Medicaid. We are therefore one of the larger public sector psychiatric clinics in the state. John Dempsey Hospital is licensed by the Connecticut Department of Public Health and accredited by the Joint Commission. Our treatment approaches include medication evaluation and management, as well as individual, family, and group psychotherapy for patients who are likely to benefit from these interventions. Treatment is goal-oriented, using approaches that are supported by clinical research and focused on symptom relief and overall wellness. Our provider staff includes psychiatric residents supervised by faculty psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, clinical psychologists, social workers and other licensed psychotherapists, all practicing in a collaborative, team environment. The clinic is an essential component of the Psychiatry Department of UConn Health as a whole, and we work closely with our clinical partners on the inpatient units and Partial Hospital programs of the John Dempsey Hospital.
Natchaug Hospital, Inc. - Rivereast Treatment Center
Location: Vernon, CT - 06066
Contact Phone: (860) 870-0119
Website: http://www.natchaug.org
Description: When people need intensive, comprehensive treatment for psychiatric and chemical dependency issues but do not need inpatient or residential hospital care, Natchaug offers intensive, structured clinical treatment in programs that may include up to six hours of treatment a day, five days a week. These intensive treatment programs can help prevent the need for hospitalization. They can also help people make the transition to home after inpatient or residential treatment. Natchaug brings this clinical care closer to people’s homes by offering programs throughout Eastern Connecticut.
Chemical Abuse Services Agency Inc. (casa) - Casa Eugenio Maria De Hostos
Location: Bridgeport, CT - 06608
Contact Phone: (203) 339-4112
Website: http://www.casaincct.org/
Description: Casa Hostos operates two levels of residential services, including intensive and intermediate, with a total of sixteen beds in a 24-hour residential setting for Spanish speaking individuals (men and women). Casa Hostos offers an array of behavioral health services staffed by compassionate bilingual, bicultural addiction treatment/recovery personnel. The residential services at Casa Hostos are provided to adult substance abusers in the state of Connecticut who are medically indigent and alcohol and/or drug dependent. These levels of care are most appropriate for persons who have no significant medical or psychiatric conditions. Services provided range in time period from one to six months. Those seeking admission to this residential program must meet the criteria as outlined in the Connecticut Client Placement Criteria.
Mcca Trinity Glen Women’s Program - Kent
Location: Kent, CT - 06757
Contact Phone: (860) 592-3200
Website: http://mccaonline.com/
Description: Trinity Glen Women’s Program is a long-term residential treatment facility for women who are suffering from chronic addiction. Nestled in the hills of Kent, Trinity Glen Women’s Program provides a rehabilitative program for woman dealing with chronic addiction to drugs or alcohol. This program is modeled after Trinity Glen in Sharon, a successful inpatient program aimed at enhancing the client’s sense of responsibility as well as the importance of the client’s role in the community. Trinity Glen Women’s Program is a structured, sober community living experience with an emphasis on helping clients to successfully transition into sober living after treatment. Our facility offers semi-private dormitory rooms housing 11 beds with spacious living quarters and treatment and meeting rooms.
Positive Directions
Location: Westport, CT - 06880
Contact Phone: (203) 227-7644
Website: http://www.positivedirections.org/
Description: We counsel adolescents, parents, couples, and families experiencing anxiety, depression and stress-related ailments, as well as addictions and other destructive behaviors. We are also the primary provider of alcohol/substance prevention, education and support programs in Mid-Fairfield County.
Waterbury Outpatient Program Connecticut Counseling Centers Inc
Location: Waterbury, CT - 06705
Contact Phone: (203) 755-8874
Website: http://www.ctcounseling.org
Description: The Outpatient Treatment Programs are licensed to treat individuals over the age of sixteen wishing to receive substance abuse evaluations, referrals, urine testing and outpatient counseling. The OPT Program specializes in the treatment of all substance abuse problems, including alcohol, pills, crack and cocaine utilizing individual, couples, family and group counseling.
The Mccall Foundation - Mccall House (intermediate Residential Program)
Location: Torrington, CT - 06790
Contact Phone: (860) 496-2105
Website: http://mccall-foundation.org/
Description: McCall House is a 14-bed intermediate residential program whose mission is to help adult men and women in early recovery successfully reintegrate into the community. The focus of treatment is not only relapse prevention, but includes educational, vocational and job placement assistance. This comprehensive recovery program helps residents develop greater self-confidence in their ability to succeed in life and creates more hope for their futures. To help residents develop more productive lives, McCall House staff are developing lasting connections with a number of employers in the Torrington area in order to assist residents locate and maintain better paying jobs. Residents are encouraged to continue their involvement with recovery support systems in the community after they leave McCall house. Approximately 80 men and women are served at McCall House each year with the average length of stay between 10 and 12 weeks. Our statistics indicate that a large majority of our alumni have significantly improved their lives, while at McCall House and after discharge.
Misa/healthy Living Program Rushford Center Inc
Location: Middletown, CT - 06457
Contact Phone: (860) 346-0300
Website: https://www.rushford.org/
Description: MISA Program: Treatment planning and mental health services for clients who have chronic mental illness and substance abuse disorders. The program is managed by a consortium of mental health and substance abuse prevention and treatment agencies that serve residents throughout Middlesex County. Services assist clients in improving their quality of life and reducing the need for more restrictive and costly services.
Partial Hospital Program Day/evening Rushford Center Inc
Location: Middletown, CT - 06457
Contact Phone: (860) 346-0300
Website: https://www.rushford.org/
Description: Partial Hospital Program - Highly structured treatment programs for adults who suffer from co-occurring psychiatric and substance abuse disorders.
Outpatient Rushford Center Inc
Location: Middletown, CT - 06457
Contact Phone: (860) 346-0300
Website: https://www.rushford.org/
Description: Rushford is one of Connecticut's leading providers of addiction and mental health treatment programs for children, teens and adults. We are accredited by the Joint Commission and have received national recognition for our success in delivering high quality prevention and treatment programs.
Non Hospital Medical Unit Rushford Center Inc
Location: Middletown, CT - 06457
Contact Phone: (860) 346-0300
Website: https://www.rushford.org/
Description: Rushford is one of Connecticut's leading providers of addiction and mental health treatment programs for children, teens and adults. We are accredited by the Joint Commission and have received national recognition for our success in delivering high quality prevention and treatment programs.
Connecticut Renaissance Inc - Adolescent Program
Location: Norwalk, CT - 06851
Contact Phone: (203) 854-2915
Website: http://www.ctrenaissance.com
Description: Connecticut Renaissance, Inc. began serving adolescents and their families in 1997. Today we offer evidence-based treatment models throughout all of our programs bringing the most innovative services to our clients and their families.
Ct Junior Republic
Location: Waterbury, CT - 06702
Contact Phone: (203) 757-9939
Website: http://www.ctjuniorrepublic.org/
Description: Located in CJR's 80 Prospect Street facility in Waterbury, the Center for Assessment, Respite and Education (CARE) provides short-term residential crisis intervention for adolescent girls. Relational and trauma-based interventions are used to provide respite care, assessment services and to develop individualized service plans for girls and their families. Case management is provided and a combination of home-based and family-focused services are used to support the transition once girls return to their homes and communities.
Pigs In Space Group Of Narcotics Anonymous
Location: Middletown, CT - 06457
Contact Phone:
Website: http://www.pigsinspace.info/
Description: We Are A Mens Meeting, We Meet Every Friday Night To Help Each Other Stay Clean & Recover From The Disease of Addiction
Recovery Network Of Programs, Inc - Drug Intervention Program/recovery Adolescent Program
Location: Bridgeport, CT - 06605
Contact Phone: (203) 610-6410
Website: http://www.recovery-programs.org/
Description: The Drug Intervention Program provides a viable alternative to incarceration by providing an effective solution to drug use and drug-related crime through the innovative use of comprehensive supervision and substance abuse treatment, drug testing, judicial monitoring, sanctions and incentives. This is accomplished by: expediting the identification and assessment of substance abuse treatment needs of clients referred by the courts; the timely adjustment of outpatient treatment capacity to meet the needs of the target population; improving the engagement and retention of the target population in treatment through Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET) and culturally appropriate services; increasing coordination within the substance abuse treatment and criminal justice systems; and providing case management services throughout the treatment process to ensure that all client needs are met. Recovery Wellness Center (RWC) is a Department of Public Health licensed program offering adolescent prevention and outpatient services. The outpatient program serves male and female individuals up to 21 years of age who are involved in the problematic use of substances and/or who have been affected by substance abuse within the family system. Treatment services begin with a comprehensive assessment to identify those areas in the adolescent’s life that may be contributing to his/her problematic involvement with substances. This initial assessment is used to formulate individualized treatment goals and services appropriate to the client’s needs. Treatment include individual, group, and family/couples sessions. The counseling groups are designed to help individuals learn the tools and skills needed to reduce their use of substances and eventually become abstinent. In addition, adolescents are assisted in establishing positive peer supports and recreational activities. Family/couples sessions are strongly encouraged to help family members improve communication, strengthen their relationships, and better understand their respective roles in supporting recovery. Prevention services focus on decreasing underage drinking and illicit substance use, such as marijuana, cocaine, opiates, and pharmaceutical drugs. Our prevention program successfully implements specialized groups within high school, middle and elementary schools using an evidence-based treatment model which targets students that are either actively involved in substance use, or have been identified as being at high-risk for substance abuse.
Recovery Network Of Programs, Inc - New Prospects Program
Location: Bridgeport, CT - 06604
Contact Phone: (203) 610-6252
Website: http://www.recovery-programs.org/
Description: New Prospects is an intensive residential rehabilitation program which offers treatment for adult men and women who are experiencing difficulties with substance dependence and a concurrent psychiatric disorder. The program is categorized as a 3.7R level of care, and the typical length of stay is approximately 30 days. Included among the program’s specialized services are gender-specific treatment modalities, trauma treatment, and the integrated treatment of co-occurring psychiatric disorders. A client-centered therapeutic atmosphere and an interdisciplinary team approach are central features of the program. The treatment team is composed of counselors, clinical supervisors, nurses, consulting psychiatrists, a medical director, and support staff. All clinical staff are credentialed in the treatment of co-occurring psychiatric disorders. Priority access is provided for pregnant and postpartum women, and persons with infectious diseases.
Connection House
Location: Middletown, CT - 06457
Contact Phone: (860) 343-5512
Website: http://www.theconnectioninc.org/
Description: Connection House is a 14-bed licensed residential substance use treatment program for men. The program assists individuals in reclaiming their lives and personal dignity from the ravages of addiction. By providing a drug free environment and effective programming, Connection House lessens the destructive impact of substance use in the community. Located in Middletown, Connection House — The Connection’s flagship program — was founded by Kätchen Coley and her friend, Nancy Flanner. With the help of Dr. Edward Friedman and other local community members, Connection House opened its doors in 1972 and has since served individuals who suffer from substance use. A portion of the beds are designated for people coming out of the correctional system in need of substance use treatment.
Recovery Network Of Programs, Inc. - Recovery Counseling Services Rcs/intensive Outpatient Program (iop)
Location: Bridgeport, CT - 06610
Contact Phone: (203) 366-5817
Website: http://www.recovery-programs.org/
Description: Recovery Counseling Services is a CARF accredited and Department of Public Health licensed clinic providing outpatient substance abuse treatment services for men and women ages 18 or older. Depending on client need, clients can participate at either of two levels of care: low intensity supportive counseling, or a more intensive program involving treatment several days a week. Services include the treatment of co-occurring psychiatric disorders, which are often experienced among individuals working on recovery from substance use disorders. A number of specialized services are also available for individuals having needs involving anger management, marijuana abuse, and/or problematic gambling issues. Treatment includes individual, group, and family counseling and are modeled on evidence-based practices. Each client’s recovery plan is based on a comprehensive, integrated assessment of the individual’s medical, psychiatric, interpersonal, and legal issues and needs.
Natchaug Hospital, Inc. - Quinebaug Treatment Center
Location: Dayville, CT - 06241
Contact Phone: (860) 779-0321
Website: http://www.natchaug.org/
Description: Adult Day and Evening Treatment: When people need intensive, comprehensive treatment for psychiatric and chemical dependency issues but do not need inpatient or residential hospital care, Natchaug offers intensive, structured clinical treatment in programs that may include up to six hours of treatment a day, five days a week. These intensive treatment programs can help prevent the need for hospitalization. They can also help people make the transition to home after inpatient or residential treatment. Natchaug brings this clinical care closer to people’s homes by offering programs throughout Eastern Connecticut. Young Adult Program: The Young Adult Program is where 18- to 25-year olds can feel comfortable dealing with the issues that are unique to their stage of life. The Program serves men and women in this age group who are struggling due to mental illness, occupational or educational problems, relationship issues, family conflict, addictions or other influences that interfere with their day-to-day functioning. In order to minimize conflicts with school or work, the program is run Monday through Friday during the afternoon. The length of treatment generally runs six to eight weeks depending on the individual needs of the patient. Although patients are not required to inform their family of their treatment, the decision about whether or not to involve their family is an important one. Patients are encouraged to include anyone who will be a support to them throughout treatment.
Wheeler Clinic Inc. - Children’s Outpatient Services
Location: Plainville, CT - 06062
Contact Phone: (860) 793-3500
Website: http://www.wheelerclinic.org
Description: We are committed to helping children and adolescents develop skills and coping strategies they can use for a lifetime. Wheeler Clinic’s Children’s Outpatient Services address mental health issues specific to childhood, adolescence and early adulthood. We employ a gender-specific, trauma-informed, person-centered approach to care and we offer family, individual and group therapy for children up to age 18 and their families, addressing issues such as anger management, substance abuse, social skills, girl’s empowerment and adolescent coping skills. We provide state-of-the-art, evidence-based practices such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Natchaug Hospital, Inc. - Joshua Center Northeast
Location: Danielson, CT - 06239
Contact Phone: (860) 779-2101
Website: http://www.natchaug.org/
Description: Natchaug's Joshua Center Programs treat children as young as six and as old as 17 who are struggling with psychiatric or substance abuse issues, but do not require inpatient care. The intensive, structured clinical treatment offers three to four hours of treatment up to five days a week. These intensive treatment programs can help prevent the need for hospitalization. They can also help people make the transition to home after inpatient or residential treatment. Natchaug brings this clinical care closer to people’s homes by offering programs throughout Eastern Connecticut.
Community Mental Health Affiliates - Latino/latina Substance Abuse Program
Location: New Britain, CT - 06052
Contact Phone: (860) 224-8192
Website: http://www.cmhacc.org/
Description: LLSA is funded by the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services to provide culturally appropriate addiction services to Latina/o clients residing in the New Britain area. Staffed completely by bicultural clinicians, this outpatient program provides services to clients 18 and older who are dealing with serious substance abuse problems. Staff utilizes evidence-based treatments such as Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET), Cognitive Behavioral Therapies, and trauma sensitive services to assist clients in their recovery. Clients and clinicians develop treatment and recovery goals, which are achieved through group, individual and family modalities. Staff is trained in the treatment of substance abuse disorders and is fully bilingual, and all staff is supervised by a Licensed Clinician. Services are provided within the context of a larger service system, so that referrals for other needed services can be facilitated.
Rushford - Adult Services
Location: Meriden, CT - 06450
Contact Phone: (203) 630-5280
Website: https://www.rushford.org/
Description: Selecting the right behavioral healthcare provider for yourself or loved one can mean all the difference. You can feel confident that Rushford provides the best care available. Our board of directors, oversight committees and management team actively pursue innovation, total quality management and continuous quality improvement in behavioral healthcare management systems. Rushford actively seeks out progressive partnerships in care and care management, research, public and group education, substance abuse prevention and prevention training and other fields where organizations' interests may coincide. We willingly share experience and expertise with others similarly inclined. Please feel free to share your ideas, interests or requirements with any member of the Rushford team.
Connecticut Department Of Veterans Affairs - Fellowship House - Substance Abuse Recovery
Location: Rocky Hill, CT - 06067
Contact Phone: (860) 616-3831
Website: http://www.ct.gov/CTVA/
Description: The Recovery Support Program (RSP), located in the Fellowship House on the grounds of the State of Connecticut Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA), is a residential program offering a bridge between a more intensive inpatient or day treatment program and the independent lifestyle associated with returning to the community. It is designed to assist and support eligible veterans after successful completion of either day or inpatient rehabilitation programs.
Silver Hill Hospital Inc
Location: New Canaan, CT - 06840
Contact Phone: (203) 966-3561
Website: http://www.silverhillhospital.org/
Description: Silver Hill Hospital is an academic affiliate of Yale University School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry. The mission of Silver Hill Hospital is to provide our patients with the best available treatment of mental illness and addiction; and to offer continuing support, counseling and education to our patients and their families in every phase of illness and recovery. The vision of Silver Hill Hospital is to establish a helpful, lasting relationship with each of our patients, their families and their clinicians in the community and to remain involved in each patient’s care for as long as we are asked. We will educate clinicians, patients, their families and members of the community about the nature and treatment of psychiatric disorders and addictions. We will strive to advance the frontiers of our field through continued scholarship.
Residential Services Division Daytop
Location: Bridgeport, CT - 06610
Contact Phone: (203) 337-9943
Website: http://www.aptfoundation.org
Description: RSD is an intensive residential addiction services program for adults with primary problems related to substance abuse or dependence.
Wheeler Clinic Inc - Lifeline
Location: New Britain, CT - 06052
Contact Phone: (860) 223-8885
Website: http://www.wheelerclinic.org
Description: LifeLine for women and children is a substance abuse/mental health treatment program for women ages 16 years and older and is designed to treat and support women experiencing substance abuse and psychiatric disorders as they progress through their recovery. LifeLine specializes in treatment that empowers women to make positive choices for themselves and their children and to develop competence in all aspects of family life. Team members are specialists in substance abuse; psychiatric treatment, child development, community adjustment and gender-responsive, trauma-infomed care. The program also provides intensive outpatient and outpatient levels of care and includes transportation within New Britain, babysitting for pre-school-aged children and case management.
New Era Rehabilitation Center Inc. - New Haven
Location: New Haven, CT - 06511
Contact Phone: (203) 562-2101
Website: http://www.newerarehabilitation.com/
Description: Prescription drug abuse and opiate addiction are illnesses that millions of Americans suffer from. We are here to help. New Era Rehabilitation Center is an addiction treatment facility dedicated to helping people break the hold substance abuse has on their lives. The organization utilizes clinically-proven treatment methods and intimate, patient-centered care to help our clients beat their addictions and once again get a hold on their lives. If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, don't hesitate to join the New Era family. We help transform lives because we care.
Ambulatory Detox Community Substance Abuse Centers
Location: Hartford, CT - 06120
Contact Phone: (860) 247-8300
Website: http://www.csacmethadone.com
Description: Community Substance Abuse Centers (CSAC) is a privately owned corporation offering outpatient services that specializes in the treatment of narcotic addiction. As a privately owned corporation, CSAC has a structure similar to many privately owned medical and doctor’s offices. The major focus is maintaining a strong commitment to high quality and compassionate care to substance abusing patients.
Wellmore, Inc. - Outpatient Services
Location: Waterbury, CT - 06702
Contact Phone: (203) 755-1143
Website: http://wellmore.org/
Description: Our outpatient services provide substance abuse and mental health treatment for individuals living and working in their own communities. Individuals with addiction problems are helped to learn to live without mind-altering substances through treatment, which increases coping skills and focuses on changed behavior. The approach to care is strength-based and solution-focused, with the goal of developing skills and accomplishing health. Treatment services are provided by a professional, culturally sensitive staff. To accommodate different schedules, services are offered during day and evening hours. Treatment includes assessment, group treatment and psycho-educational sessions for individuals with substance abuse, mental health disorders and co-occurring disorders.
Willimantic Clinic Hartford Dispensary
Location: Willimantic, CT - 06226
Contact Phone: (860) 456-7990
Website: http://www.ct.gov/dmhas/
Description: The Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) promotes and administers comprehensive, recovery-oriented services in the areas of mental health treatment and substance abuse prevention and treatment throughout Connecticut.
The Children's Center Of Hamden
Location: Hamden, CT - 06517
Contact Phone: (203) 248-2116
Website: http://www.childrenscenterhamden.org
Description: Mending young hearts and minds: that’s what we do at The Children’s Center of Hamden, Connecticut’s oldest chartered private child-caring agency for children and teenagers who struggle with serious emotional, behavioral, psychological and social problems. What began in 1833 as The New Haven Orphan Asylum has evolved into one of Southern New England’s most esteemed facilities for children who must deal with the effects of physical and/or sexual abuse, psychiatric illness, learning disabilities, substance abuse and family trauma.
Stafford Family Services
Location: Stafford Springs, CT - 06076
Contact Phone: (860) 684-4239
Website: http://www.staffordct.org/
Description: Our vision is to promote the strengths and resiliency of individuals, couples, families and our communities through providing timely, strengths-based counseling to enhance functioning. Successful treatment is achieved not when clients are without problems but when clients have the means and resources to address their problems effectively with the help of family, friends and their community. We provide individual, couple and family therapy.We are also licensed as an outpatient substance abuse treatment facility and offer a weekly substance abuse group. Our staff is trained in Marriage & Family Therapy, a counseling discipline that focuses upon the strengths of individuals and families in resolving problems in living. As a training facility, we utilize graduate level interns from the University of Connecticut , St. Joseph's College, Springfield College and Central Connecticut State University . We also have post-graduate and licensed therapists on staff as well as specially-trained supervisors who have additional credentials from the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT).
Family Intervention Center
Location: Waterbury, CT - 06704
Contact Phone: (203) 753-2153
Website: http://ficjoe.wix.com/familyintervention
Description: The Family Intervention Center is a private non-profit social agency providing a continuum of services for addiction related problems and mental health issues. We began May 1, 1975, as the Central Naugatuck Valley Consortium for Alcohlism Services, Inc., providing a comprehensive service-delivery system for alcohol related problems.
Day Kimball Healthcare - Alcohol And Drug Services
Location: Putnam, CT - 06260
Contact Phone: (860) 963-6416
Website: http://www.daykimball.org/
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Substance Abuse Treatment Program Va Healthcare Systems Of Connecticut
Location: West Haven, CT - 06516
Contact Phone: (203) 932-5711
Website: http://www.connecticut.va.gov/
Description: VA Connecticut encompasses an inpatient facility and Ambulatory Care Center in West Haven; an Ambulatory Care Center in Newington; and six primary care Community Based Outpatient Clinics
Farrell Treatment Center - Intensive Outpatient Program
Location: New Britain, CT - 06051
Contact Phone: (860) 225-4641
Website: http://www.farrell-tc.com/
Description: Farrell Treatment Center is a nonprofit substance abuse treatment facility licensed by the State of Connecticut. We are a recovery oriented system of care and with a focus on the individual. Our programs are designed to assist our clients in finding solutions, strength and hope. We know that all of our clients having different needs and goals; therefore, we designed our treatment programs to incorporate a variety of approaches; 12 steps facilitation, mindfulness, relapse prevention, family involvement and neurobiological interventions are a sample of treatment modalities. Our staff are dedicated to helping others achieve a healthy, substance free lifestyle by providing a non judgmental atmosphere of respect and dignity. Intensive Outpatient Program – this is designed for clients living in the community; yet need the structure and support of others when 12 step programs are not enough. IOP meets three days a week, three hours a day and client can be evaluated by our psychiatrist. Right now, we offer a day and evening programs. IOP is co-ed.
Mcca Outpatient Services - Danbury
Location: Danbury, CT - 06810
Contact Phone: (203) 792-4515
Website: http://www.mccaonline.com
Description: MCCA, Midwestern Connecticut Council of Alcoholism, Inc. is the primary provider of substance abuse prevention, evaluation and treatment services in the greater Danbury area. MCCA was established in 1972 in response to regional needs for high quality professional services for individuals and their families suffering from alcohol and substance abuse. Headquartered in Danbury, MCCA maintains locations in Danbury, New Milford, Bethel, Ridgefield, Waterbury, Derby, Torrington, New Haven, Kent and Sharon. MCCA primarily serves clients residing in Connecticut State Demographic Area Regions 1 and 5, encompassing the entire western portion of the state. These regions are economically and socio-demographically diverse, and include urban, suburban, and rural areas.
Project Reward Family And Childrens Agency Inc
Location: Norwalk, CT - 06850
Contact Phone: (203) 523-5792
Website: http://www.familyandchildrensagency.org
Description: Family & Children’s Agency offers Project REWARD the only program in southern Fairfield County that provides outpatient substance abuse treatment especially designed for women. Through Project REWARD, we offer a continuum of care including an Intensive Outpatient Program and a variety of outpatient treatment options. The program is designed to meet the specific needs of women in recovery and to provide the support and safety that an all women’s program can insure. We have served clients living in lower Fairfield County since 1993.
Perception House Perception Programs Inc
Location: Willimantic, CT - 06226
Contact Phone: (860) 450-7130
Website: http://www.perceptionprograms.org/
Description: Perception House is a residential treatment program that provides a knowledgeable and compassionate staff along with a peer group that understands the emotional challenges of recovery. Each resident has the opportunity to take ownership of his/her treatment and recovery from the onset. Each resident develops their own recovery plan with a clinician. Recovery plans address behavioral health issues which may include social, legal, educational, and spiritual components. Residents are responsible for making the house a safe place to live. They are expected to treat each other with respect and dignity. Residents share household responsibilities under the supervision of staff. Participation in this residential community builds confidence, offers opportunities, and can spark personal transformation.
Northside Community Outpatient Services
Location: New Haven, CT - 06511
Contact Phone: (203) 503-3000
Website: http://www.hillhealthcenter.com/
Description: A host of services is available for both children and adults at our Dixwell care site including internal medicine, pediatrics, mental health counseling and addiction services. There are also special programs available such as the Village of Power, a recovery program for woman who may be struggling with substance abuse, homelessness, mental health challenges or HIV/AIDS.
Outpatient Unit Farrell Treatment Center
Location: New Britain, CT - 06051
Contact Phone: (860) 225-4641
Website: http://www.farrell-tc.com/
Description: Farrell Treatment Center is a nonprofit substance abuse treatment facility licensed by the State of Connecticut. We are a recovery oriented system of care and with a focus on the individual. Our programs are designed to assist our clients in finding solutions, strength and hope. We know that all of our clients having different needs and goals; therefore, we designed our treatment programs to incorporate a variety of approaches; 12 steps facilitation, mindfulness, relapse prevention, family involvement and neurobiological interventions are a sample of treatment modalities. Our staff are dedicated to helping others achieve a healthy, substance free lifestyle by providing a non judgmental atmosphere of respect and dignity. Outpatient Treatment – counseling is providing in group, individual or family therapies.
Natchaug Hospital, Inc. - Joshua Center Shoreline
Location: Old Saybrook, CT - 06475
Contact Phone: (860) 510-0163
Website: http://www.natchaug.org/
Description: Natchaug's Joshua Center Programs treat children as young as six and as old as 17 who are struggling with psychiatric or substance abuse issues, but do not require inpatient care. The intensive, structured clinical treatment offers three to four hours of treatment up to five days a week. These intensive treatment programs can help prevent the need for hospitalization. They can also help people make the transition to home after inpatient or residential treatment. Natchaug brings this clinical care closer to people’s homes by offering programs throughout Eastern Connecticut.
Hispanic Clinic Connecticut Mental Health Center
Location: New Haven, CT - 06519
Contact Phone: (203) 974-5800
Website: http://www.ct.gov/DMHAS/
Description: The Hispanic Clinic provides culturally appropriate and recovery oriented mental health and addiction services to the Latino/a community. We are committed to fostering an environment of wellness, empowerment, professionalism and collaboration. The Hispanic Clinic of the Connecticut Mental Health Center (CMHC) is a collaborative endeavor of the Yale University Department of Psychiatry and the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS). Since its inception in 1973, the Hispanic Clinic has served the mental health and addiction needs of the monolingual Latino community of the greater New Haven area. The Clinic staff is bilingual/bicultural and representative of the diversity of the Latino cultures. Clients are self referred or referred by a variety of health and human service agencies in the community.
Behavioral Healthcare Services Saint Marys Hospital
Location: Waterbury, CT - 06706
Contact Phone: (203) 709-6000
Website: http://www.stmh.org/
Description: Saint Mary’s offers a range of caring and expert behavioral health services and treatments to serve you and the Greater Waterbury community.
Addiction Recovery Services Institute Of Living Hartford Hospital
Location: Hartford, CT - 06106
Contact Phone: (860) 545-7200
Website: http://www.hartfordhospital.org/
Description: Founded in 1822, The Institute of Living was one of the first mental health centers in the United States, and the first hospital of any kind in Connecticut. Located on 35 acres landscaped by Frederick Law Olmsted, The Institute of Living lies near the center of Hartford, Connecticut. Becoming a Division of Hartford Hospital in 1994, it remains one of America's leading not-for-profit centers for comprehensive patient care, research and education in the fields of behavioral, psychiatric, and addiction disorders.
Mcca Ridgefield Outpatient
Location: Ridgefield, CT - 06877
Contact Phone: (203) 244-5336
Website: http://www.mccaonline.com/
Description: MCCA, Midwestern Connecticut Council of Alcoholism, Inc. is the primary provider of substance abuse prevention, evaluation and treatment services in the greater Danbury area. MCCA was established in 1972 in response to regional needs for high quality professional services for individuals and their families suffering from alcohol and substance abuse. Headquartered in Danbury, MCCA maintains locations in Danbury, New Milford, Bethel, Ridgefield, Waterbury, Derby, Torrington, New Haven, Kent and Sharon. MCCA primarily serves clients residing in Connecticut State Demographic Area Regions 1 and 5, encompassing the entire western portion of the state. These regions are economically and socio-demographically diverse, and include urban, suburban, and rural areas.
Mountainside
Location: Canaan, CT - 06018
Contact Phone: (800) 762-5433
Website: http://mountainside.com/
Description: At Mountainside, our mission is to raise the standard in comprehensive addiction treatment and provide an unsurpassed treatment experience for our clients. We are a nationally acclaimed substance abuse treatment center providing individualized alcoholism and drug addiction treatment to men and women aged 18 and over. At Mountainside, we believe in caring for the client’s total needs, beyond the drug addiction diagnosis. With this holistic wellness treatment philosophy, we identify a client’s personal strengths and goals and care for our clients to facilitate change and empowerment for a healthier life. At our innovative alcohol and drug rehab center, the core addiction treatment regimen consists of cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, mindfulness and grounding techniques, adventure-based counseling, mind, body, spirit therapy, family wellness, and 12 Step education—all delivered in a respectful, compassionate, and structured community setting.
Grant Street Partnership
Location: New Haven, CT - 06519
Contact Phone: (203) 503-3000
Website: http://www.hillhealthcenter.com
Description: Grant Street Partnership is a treatment facility for male and female adults with substance abuse disorders. Temporary housing is available for homeless men while engaged in treatment. Clients are provided with transportation and three substantial meals a day. Services of this program include Twelve-Step Education/AA and NA meetings, housing assistance, individual/group therapy, life skills training, job readiness, HIV counseling, GED classes and primary healthcare and referrals. Psychiatric evaluation and medication management are available for clients who need treatment for mental health disorders.
The Mccall Foundation - Outpatient Program
Location: Torrington, CT - 06790
Contact Phone: (860) 496-2100
Website: http://mccall-foundation.org/
Description: Outpatient services offer clients the advantages of living at home and, in many cases, working while participating in a traditional or intensive recovery program. Intensive treatment includes structured individual, family, and group counseling. The program provides alcohol and other drug education and introduction to 12-step program resources. We provide Gender Specific Day Intensive Outpatient Programs for Men and Women. We also provide a trauma specific support group, Seeking Safety, for women.
Bristol Hospital Behavioral Hlth Services
Location: Bristol, CT - 06010
Contact Phone: (860) 585-3000
Website: http://www.bristolhospital.org
Description: Bristol Hospital's Behavioral Health Services provides a comprehensive range of programs designed to meet the emotional and psychiatric needs of the community. We believe that individuals and families in crisis, with mental health or substance abuse problems, can best be served in their own community, remaining close to family and other support systems. We recognize that each person is unique; therefore, we individualize treatment plans according to needs. Services are provided by a skilled team of professionals, including psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists, counselors, social workers, nurses and occupational therapists. We are prepared to avert or treat a crisis through the 24-hour crisis intervention service, treat those in need of inpatient hospital acute care, provide comprehensive outpatient services through Bristol Hospital's Counseling Center or offer community educational seminars. We envision ourselves as part of the greater Bristol community and believe that working in conjunction with other community agencies on behalf of our clients is essential.
Connecticut Counseling Centers Inc. - Norwalk
Location: Norwalk, CT - 06854
Contact Phone: (203) 838-6508
Website: http://www.ctcounseling.org
Description: Connecticut Counseling Centers, Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation that provides a full range of licensed outpatient substance abuse and mental health prevention, education and treatment services to assist adults in becoming productive members of society."
High Watch Recovery Center
Location: Kent, CT - 06757
Contact Phone: (860) 927-3772
Website: http://highwatchrecovery.com/
Description: High Watch Recovery Center is a residential medical facility that provides state of the art treatment for Substance Use Disorders and co-existing Psychiatric Disorders. We are experts in treating alcoholism and drug addiction. Our clinical treatment is directed by a psychiatrist who is Board Certified in Addiction Medicine. Our clinical treatment team all have Master's degrees. We have licensed clinical social workers, psychiatric nurse practitioners and a highly skilled nursing staff.
Intercommunity, Inc. - Addiction
Location: East Hartford, CT - 06118
Contact Phone: (860) 569-5900
Website: http://www.intercommunityct.org/
Description: Being a teenager is often confusing, challenging and stressful. Today's teenagers are burdened with pressures from peers along with demands from busy lives filled with family, school and athletic commitments. During this tense time of life, many teenagers will experiment with drugs and alcohol. Some will stop this behavior or continue to use substances only occasionally, without significant problems developing. Others, however, will develop a dependency or addiction, often escalating to the use of more dangerous substances that cause significant harm to themselves and others. Because teenagers can become addicted to substances more quickly than adults, they don't often fully comprehend the risks involved with their experimentations. Sadly, drug and substance abuse among teenagers is substantial. Of American youth ages 12 -17, over one million meet the diagnostic criteria for drug dependency and one million are treated for alcohol dependency. Some teenagers are at a higher risk than others for developing serious substance abuse problems. Teens with a family history of drug or alcohol abuse, and teens who suffer from depression are more likely to become addicted. In addition, 40% of teens who begin drinking at 13 or younger develop alcohol dependence later in life. And, teenagers who drink are 50 times more likely to use cocaine. Recent studies show that illegal drug use among teenagers is beginning to decline, however, non-medical use of prescription drugs, especially pain relievers, tranquilizers and stimulants, is increasing. Many teenagers assume that prescription drugs are "safe," when in fact they are highly addictive and can cause serious side effects. Parents and families are challenged with the battle of preventing substance abuse in our teenagers. We oft en hope and believe that our teenagers can handle occasional use of substances and stop whenever they choose. Once addiction occurs, early treatment greatly increases the chance of recovery. If you or someone you know is struggling with a teen addiction issue, we urge you to seek the help of a professional right away.
Mcca New Milford Outpatient
Location: New Milford, CT - 06776
Contact Phone: (860) 355-7312
Website: http://www.mccaonline.com
Description: MCCA, Midwestern Connecticut Council of Alcoholism, Inc. is the primary provider of substance abuse prevention, evaluation and treatment services in the greater Danbury area. MCCA was established in 1972 in response to regional needs for high quality professional services for individuals and their families suffering from alcohol and substance abuse. Headquartered in Danbury, MCCA maintains locations in Danbury, New Milford, Bethel, Ridgefield, Waterbury, Derby, Torrington, New Haven, Kent and Sharon. MCCA primarily serves clients residing in Connecticut State Demographic Area Regions 1 and 5, encompassing the entire western portion of the state. These regions are economically and socio-demographically diverse, and include urban, suburban, and rural areas.
Alcohol And Drug Recovery Centers, Inc. - Outpatient Counseling Center
Location: Hartford, CT - 06112
Contact Phone: (860) 714-3704
Website: http://www.adrc-ct.org
Description: The Outpatient Counseling Center offers two levels of treatment both in English and Spanish. It is conveniently located on a city bus line and offers ample parking. The center is handicapped accessible. The center holds a multi-service psychiatric license in addition to a Substance Abuse license, which facilitates treatment for clients with co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse. Intensive Outpatient Treatment is offered in both the day and the evening hours, and runs four times per week, three hours each day, Monday through Friday. It is designed for the client who needs more structured and frequent treatment. This program for adults (18 years old and above) employs highly structured group therapy with cognitive-behavioral approach that includes stress management, family processes, role playing, and relapse prevention skills. Outpatient Treatment is designed for clients who are in need of treatment but who also have the skills and support to recover without the need of a higher level of treatment. Outpatient service provides weekly individual, group and family counseling. Specialty groups provide anger management, relapse prevention, aftercare and gender specific treatment. Outpatient treatment affords clients the ability to continue with jobs and schooling. Treatment is tailored to individualized needs and the range of services includes individual and group therapy; alcohol and drug education; relapse prevention; family therapy and ongoing aftercare. Clients come to the Center from other ADRC programs, State and city agencies, local treatment centers, Department of Children and Families, and state probation offices. Treatment costs are covered by General Assistance, Medicaid, some commercial plans and sliding fee scale. Those using the Center include blue and white-collar workers and professionals whose substance abuse problems have resulted in many losses including jobs, families, and stable living situations.
Pregnant Womens Unit Crossroads Inc
Location: New Haven, CT - 06515
Contact Phone: (203) 821-3040
Website: http://www.crossroadsrecoveryct.org/
Description: Amethyst House is Crossroads’ program for pregnant women and women residing with children in treatment. It is the largest such program in the state of Connecticut, providing residential substance abuse treatment to 20 women. This program is now housed in a new, state-of-the-art residential facility designed specifically for women with children.
Bridges A Community Support System Inc
Location: Milford, CT - 06460
Contact Phone: (203) 878-6365
Website: http://www.bridgesct.org/
Description: Bridges is a community of dedicated caregivers committed to providing comprehensive and effective mental health services and addiction recovery programs for adults, children and families. In our role as the state-designated Local Mental Health Authority for Milford, Orange and West Haven, we offer specialized, recovery-focused services to support individuals with severe and prolonged mental illness and addiction problems. We also offer help to those who are dealing with short-term issues as a result of the challenges and stress of everyday life. Our team consists of social workers, psychiatrists, psychologists, case managers, social rehabilitation and vocational specialists, nurses, prevention specialists, crises and emergency professionals and child therapists who work tirelessly to provide high quality care to some of our most vulnerable citizens.
Natchaug Hospital Inc. - Sachem House
Location: Mansfield Center, CT - 06250
Contact Phone: (860) 456-1311
Website: http://www.natchaug.org
Description: Adult Day and Evening Treatment: When people need intensive, comprehensive treatment for psychiatric and chemical dependency issues but do not need inpatient or residential hospital care, Natchaug offers intensive, structured clinical treatment in programs that may include up to six hours of treatment a day, five days a week. These intensive treatment programs can help prevent the need for hospitalization. They can also help people make the transition to home after inpatient or residential treatment. Natchaug brings this clinical care closer to people’s homes by offering programs throughout Eastern Connecticut. Young Adult Program: The Young Adult Program is where 18- to 25-year olds can feel comfortable dealing with the issues that are unique to their stage of life. The Program serves men and women in this age group who are struggling due to mental illness, occupational or educational problems, relationship issues, family conflict, addictions or other influences that interfere with their day-to-day functioning. In order to minimize conflicts with school or work, the program is run Monday through Friday during the afternoon. The length of treatment generally runs six to eight weeks depending on the individual needs of the patient. Although patients are not required to inform their family of their treatment, the decision about whether or not to involve their family is an important one. Patients are encouraged to include anyone who will be a support to them throughout treatment.
Health Department Mashantucket Pequot
Location: Ledyard, CT - 06639
Contact Phone: (860) 312-8000
Website: http://www.mashantucket.com/
Description: The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation contracts with the federal government Indian Health Services to provide services to our eligible Native American population.
Legion Avenue Clinic/methadone Apt Foundation Inc
Location: New Haven, CT - 06519
Contact Phone: (203) 781-4740
Website: http://www.aptfoundation.org
Description: Individuals who want to stop their illicit drug use can find it very difficult. Their need to satisfy cravings or avoid withdrawal can be so intense that they feel desperate and overwhelmed. At the right dose, and with psychosocial intervention (e.g., counseling) medication assisted treatment can suppress opioid withdrawal symptoms and suppress cravings to help individuals continue treatment and avoid illicit opioid use. APT currently offers two forms of medication assisted treatment for opioid dependence 1) methadone and 2) buprenorphine (Suboxone®). For people with severe opioid dependence, these medications may be prescribed for a period of years to help stabilize and support the person making changes in other life areas.
New Directions, Inc. Of North Central Ct - Morning, Day And Evening Iop
Location: Enfield, CT - 06082
Contact Phone: (860) 741-3001
Website: http://newdirectionsct.org/
Description: New Directions offers three Intensive Outpatient Programs. Morning, Day and Evening IOP groups meet for three hours a day, 4 days a week. In these programs, participants learn to work with triggers to relapse and establish a variety of coping skills, life skills and set positive and attainable goals. They also learn to identify their individual strengths and weaknesses which aid them in their recovery, in job searches, and improving their overall self-esteem. Following the Intensive Outpatient Program, clients move on to an Outpatient Step Down group that meets once a week for twelve weeks.
United Services Inc - Addiction Recovery Services
Location: Dayville, CT - 06241
Contact Phone: (860) 774-2020
Website: http://unitedservicesct.org/
Description: Our comprehensive Addiction Recovery Program promotes physical, social, emotional and spiritual recovery from the effects of various types of addictions and substance abuse. We recognize that family members are also affected by the addiction, and we encourage and assist them in seeking counseling and support for themselves as well.
Norwalk Hospital Department Of Psychiatry
Location: Norwalk, CT - 06856
Contact Phone: (203) 852-2988
Website: http://www.norwalkhospital.org/
Description: At Norwalk Hospital, providing comprehensive health care includes compassionate, individualized care for mental health. If a psychiatric or emotional condition prevents you or a loved one from participating in and enjoying an active life, Norwalk Hospital can help. We offer a wide range of specialized psychiatric and mental health services in both inpatient and outpatient settings.
Mcca New Haven Outpatient
Location: New Haven, CT - 06511
Contact Phone: (203) 285-6475
Website: http://mccaonline.com/
Description: MCCA, Midwestern Connecticut Council of Alcoholism, Inc. is the primary provider of substance abuse prevention, evaluation and treatment services in the greater Danbury area. MCCA was established in 1972 in response to regional needs for high quality professional services for individuals and their families suffering from alcohol and substance abuse. Headquartered in Danbury, MCCA maintains locations in Danbury, New Milford, Bethel, Ridgefield, Waterbury, Derby, Torrington, New Haven, Kent and Sharon. MCCA primarily serves clients residing in Connecticut State Demographic Area Regions 1 and 5, encompassing the entire western portion of the state. These regions are economically and socio-demographically diverse, and include urban, suburban, and rural areas.
Wellmore, Inc. - Therapeutic Shelter
Location: Waterbury, CT - 06704
Contact Phone: (203) 574-1419
Website: http://wellmore.org/
Description: Our therapeutic shelter is a safe and supportive residential facility that provides case management and treatment services for adult men and women. This is a short-term program (1 week to 1 month) for those persons contemplating a step towards recovery or for those who have completed formal treatment and are awaiting placement in the next level of care.
Mcca Mcdonough House
Location: Danbury, CT - 06810
Contact Phone: (203) 792-4515
Website: http://www.mccaonline.com
Description: McDonough House is a 22-bed substance abuse treatment facility. Clients participating in the Intensive Program at McDonough House follow an individualized treatment plan with their primary counselor. Attendance to individual and grouped therapy sessions are mandatory.
Youth Challenge Of Connecticut Men’s Residential Center
Location: Hartford, CT - 06105
Contact Phone: (860) 728-5199
Website: http://www.youthchallenge.org
Description: The Men’s Residential Center is centered at the community residence, 15-17 May Street, Hartford, Connecticut, which serves as the initial phase for male residents. Here, the incentive to forsake their past damaging lifestyle in order to pursue a new life is instilled. This induction phase includes counseling, classes, and group activities.
Youth Challenge Of Connecticut Training Center
Location: Moosup, CT - 06354-1928
Contact Phone: (860) 564-8400
Website: http://www.youthchallenge.org
Description: More long-term training for men is provided at the YC Training Center or "The Ranch", a 21-acre farm located in Moosup, Connecticut. The training initiated at the Men's Residential Center in Hartford continues at the Training Center as individuals are challenged to progressively address personal, social, academic, and vocational areas in their lives. The training made available in this program instills and fosters a strong work ethic.
Bristol Hospital Counseling Center
Location: Bristol, CT - 06010
Contact Phone: (860) 583-5858
Website: http://www.bristolhospital.org/
Description: The highly trained, skilled professional therapists of Bristol Hospital's Counseling Center provide counseling to individual adults, couples and families who seek assistance for a wide variety of problems. Problems range from temporary difficulties to complex long-term disabilities that affect emotional and physical health. Requests for services are accepted directly from area residents or from physicians and other healthcare professionals. Medical insurance policies usually cover a substantial portion of the fee and the Counseling Center does offer a sliding fee scale. The Counseling Center's services focus primarily on group therapies, and offer outpatient counseling services, partial hospital/intensive outpatient programs, and a full range of chemical dependency programming.
Johnson Memorial Hospital
Location: Stafford Springs, CT - 06076
Contact Phone: (860) 684-4251
Website: http://www.jmmc.com/
Description: Johnson Memorial Hospital (JMH) is conveniently located on Route 190 in Stafford Springs, with many outpatient services in Enfield. The hospital enables thousands of local residents to enjoy the comfort and security of being cared for in their own community, while benefiting from the same high technology found in metropolitan hospitals.
Non Residential Program Central Naugatuck Valley Help Inc
Location: Waterbury, CT - 06708
Contact Phone: (203) 756-8984
Website: http://www.cnvhelp.org/
Description: Each client meets with an assigned Primary Counselor in a weekly individual session. Together, the Primary Counselor and client formulate an Individualized Service Plan, incorporating treatment goals and objectives which focus on utilizing and enhancing the client's assets and addressing the client's needs based on the clinical assessment. The service plan will be reviewed and revised each month. During sessions, clients improve decision-making and relapse prevention skills and are encouraged to build healthy community supports. Clients are encouraged to attend our weekly non-residential group sessions. The non-residential group, which focuses on mutual support, relapse prevention and building coping skills, meets each Thursday at 11:00 a.m. Family sessions will be conducted by the Primary Counselor with a client and those people a client wishes to have involved in his or her recovery process while in treatment at Drug Services. Family sessions are encouraged in order for the client to rebuild family relationships, to increase natural supports and to educate family members. A commitment of twelve weeks is requested of each client. In the twelfth session, the client and his or her Primary Counselor will evaluate the progress made based on the completion of goals. The client may decide either to complete treatment or to continue to address areas not yet explored or those that need to be further addressed. The client may choose to continue to participate in the non-residential program for as long as he or she finds that it is beneficial.
Paces Counseling Associates Inc
Location: East Hartford, CT - 06108
Contact Phone: (860) 528-3238
Website: http://pacescounseling.com/
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United Services Inc - Addiction Recovery Services
Location: Wauregan, CT - 06387
Contact Phone: (860) 564-6100
Website: http://unitedservicesct.org/
Description: Our comprehensive Addiction Recovery Program promotes physical, social, emotional and spiritual recovery from the effects of various types of addictions and substance abuse. We recognize that family members are also affected by the addiction, and we encourage and assist them in seeking counseling and support for themselves as well.
Amethyst House Crossroads Inc
Location: New Haven, CT - 06511
Contact Phone: (203) 821-3040
Website: http://www.crossroadsrecoveryct.org/
Description: Amethyst House is Crossroads’ program for pregnant women and women residing with children in treatment. It is the largest such program in the state of Connecticut, providing residential substance abuse treatment to 20 women. This program is now housed in a new, state-of-the-art residential facility designed specifically for women with children.
Community Health Resources - Willimantic
Location: Willimantic, CT - 06226
Contact Phone: (860) 456-3215
Website: http://www.chrhealth.org/
Description: Community Health Resources (CHR) is a growing, non-profit, community-based behavioral health agency providing services in Central and Eastern Connecticut. We’re committed to providing hope to children, adults and families with mental health and substance use issues. CHR’s history dates back to the 1960s, starting with a small grant in the town of Enfield, Connecticut. From that beginning, we’ve grown to become a well-respected service provider and trusted community resource. Today we offer more than 80 programs, operate out of 32 locations and employ over 700 dedicated professionals. This means greater access to quality services when and where they are needed most. As we anticipate changing needs, we will offer new programs, recruit exceptional staff, collaborate with other providers, and explore new funding sources. The driving force of our growth continues to be meeting the needs of those we serve.
Community Health Services Inc
Location: Hartford, CT - 06120
Contact Phone: (860) 249-9625
Website: http://www.chshartford.org/
Description: Community Health Services, Inc. (CHS) is a private nonprofit (501 (c)3) federally qualified health center (FQHC) with two locations in the Greater Hartford area. CHS is the second oldest health center in the state of Connecticut. Since its establishment in 1970, CHS has grown from its humble beginnings in the office of Dr. Evans Daniels Jr., to the current three story state of the art main medical facility at 500 Albany Avenue. A satellite site, at 503 Windsor Avenue in Windsor was opened in 2013.
Community Mental Health Affiliates Inc
Location: New Britain, CT - 06051
Contact Phone: (860) 826-1358
Website: http://www.cmhacc.org/
Description: Community Mental Health Affiliates, Inc., (CMHA) is a leading provider of an integrated health and behavioral health care system for children, families and adults. CMHA is headquartered in New Britain, CT, with 14 locations in 4 cities and towns throughout northwest and central Connecticut. Dedicated to improving the quality of life for Connecticut’s residents, CMHA offers a continuum of programs, ranging from residential treatment to outpatient counseling and prevention programs. CMHA has over 30 years' experience as one of the largest behavioral health care providers in Connecticut, and we change the lives of 6,000 children and adults each year.
New Directions Inc
Location: Enfield, CT - 06082
Contact Phone: (860) 741-3001
Website: http://newdirectionsct.org/
Description: It is the mission of New Directions to uphold the personal integrity of each individual who seeks our prevention and treatment services and to provide these services in a timely, caring, respectful and professional manner.
Community Health Resources - Pathways Opiate Treatment Program
Location: Putnam, CT - 06260
Contact Phone: (860) 963-4971
Website: http://www.chrhealth.org/
Description: Pathways is an accredited opiate treatment program and is licensed to provide chemical maintenance treatment.
Alcohol And Drug Recovery Centers, Inc. - Intermediate Residential Program
Location: Hartford, CT - 06112
Contact Phone: (860) 714-3739
Website: http://www.adrc-ct.org
Description: The Intermediate Treatment Program consists of 10 beds and involves up to 90 days of treatment. This program is open to individuals who have completed an Intensive Phase of Treatment or who otherwise meet admission criteria. Client referrals to this program must meet the Connecticut Client Placement Criteria III.5 level of care. No client will be rejected because of an inability to pay.
Residential New Hope Manor Inc
Location: Manchester, CT - 06040
Contact Phone: (860) 643-2701
Website: http://www.newhopemanor.net
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Recovery House Connection Inc
Location: New Haven, CT - 06511
Contact Phone: (203) 946-3081
Website: http://www.theconnectioninc.org
Description: Recovery House is a transitional living environment for people in recovery. Based in New Haven, the program offers clients a positive sense of direction toward recovery by providing a safe, sober, supportive and structured transitional living environment. Recovery House provides temporary housing and support services for male and female adults who have a substance abuse disorder or co-occurring psychiatric and substance abuse disorders. As a transitional program for people in recovery, the program expects to reduce rates of client relapse, reduce rates of service utilization, and enhance the health of our communities.
St. Vincent's Medical Center, Behavioral Health Service, Westport Campus
Location: Westport, CT - 06880
Contact Phone: (203) 227-1251
Website: http://www.stvincentsbehavioralhealth.org/
Description: St. Vincent’s Behavioral Health Services is committed to providing exceptional care for the mind, body and spirit as an integrated continuum of behavioral health and addiction services for individuals and their families.
Wheeler Clinic Inc
Location: Plainville, CT - 06062
Contact Phone: (860) 793-3500
Website: http://www.wheelerclinic.org
Description: Wheeler Clinic, founded in 1968, is an independent, not-for-profit, community-based organization that provides a comprehensive continuum of mental health and substance abuse recovery services, primary care, special education, child welfare, early childhood, community justice, foster care, employee assistance, and prevention and wellness programs. We serve more than 30,000 children, adolescents and adults in Connecticut each year.
New Perceptions Counseling Service Perception Programs Inc
Location: Willimantic, CT - 06226
Contact Phone: (860) 450-0151
Website: http://www.perceptionprograms.org/
Description: Since 1970, our dedicated staff has ensured accessible, culturally competent, individualized, and cost effective services for our clients and the community. We understand that each person has unique strengths and we help to build upon those strengths. By emphasizing trust, respect, confidentiality, communication, and compassion, we continuously strive to improve the quality of client care, while anticipating changing community needs. We provide group and individual treatment in both Spanish and English. We are a dynamic and responsive agency, committed to you! We believe that addictions are biological, psychological, social, and behavioral disorders which can adversely effect a person's physical, psychological, economic, spiritual, and social well-being. We also recognize that mental health disorders and criminal behaviors are often closely associated with each other and with substance use. As a result, we offer multiple treatment modalities, using evidenced-based approaches to assist every client in developing cognitive, emotional, behavioral and social resources to live healthy lives. Our objective is to reduce our clients' at-risk behaviors and to promote their mental and physical health, family and social supports, lawful behavior, employment, educational goals, and overall health and safety. We do our part by maintaining our accreditation and ensuring that all of our providers have appropriate certifications and licenses, creating seamless care for every person, from admission to treatment to aftercare.
Connecticut Renaissance Inc
Location: Stamford, CT - 06901
Contact Phone: (203) 602-4441
Website: http://www.ctrenaissance.com
Description: Our outpatient programs located in Stamford are part of St. Luke's LifeWorks - a unique collaboration of various area social service agencies. The community focus of this program allows Renaissance the ability to link clients to a variety of services, thus providing a single source of access to the entire social service arena. The Stamford Outpatient Programs are located at 141 Franklin Street in Stamford. This facility houses the Adult Outpatient Behavioral Health Program, the Norwalk/Stamford YES! Program and the Impaired Driver's Intervention and Drug Education Programs.
Norwich Clinic Hartford Dispensary
Location: Norwich, CT - 06360
Contact Phone: (860) 886-0446
Website: http://www.ct.gov/dmhas/
Description: The Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) promotes and administers comprehensive, recovery-oriented services in the areas of mental health treatment and substance abuse prevention and treatment throughout Connecticut.
Blue Hills Substance Services Connecticut Valley Hospital
Location: Hartford, CT - 06112
Contact Phone: (860) 293-6400
Website: http://www.ct.gov/dmhas/
Description: Blue Hills provides services to walk-ins and to referrals from family members, hospital ERs and inpatient units, area substance abuse and mental health clinics, community agencies, case managers, courts, probation, and other sources. Our Admissions Office, staffed by nurses and physicians 24/7, conducts an initial screening to determine the most appropriate level of care and treatment. Triage may be to our Acute or Intermediate unit, or to a different facility if we do not provide the required care. Blue Hills provides thorough assessments and individualized treatment planning through a comprehensive team of caring professionals in a welcoming and safe environment. Our goals are to stabilize as well as build coping skills to help people move into the recovery zone.
The Mccall Foundation - Carnes Weeks Center (intensive Residential Program)
Location: Torrington, CT - 06790
Contact Phone: (860) 496-2107
Website: http://mccall-foundation.org/
Description: The Carnes Weeks Center, located on the Foundation's main campus at 58 High Street in Torrington, is the venue of McCall's intensive residential treatment program.The 20-bed recovery program for men and women 18 years of age and older provides each client opportunity to participate in developing her/his own recovery plan. Clients work with their counselors to identify problems, goals and recovery strategies. They meet at least weekly to discuss progress and change. At the close of intensive treatment, together - client and counselor - they design a continuing care plan to support the client's unique recovery needs. Intensive treatment comprises individual and group counseling, alcohol and other drug education, family participation, and introduction to 12-step recovery programs. The length of the program varies depending on each client's needs, usually 21 - 28 days with a maximum stay of 30 days.
Mothers Retreat Connection Inc
Location: Groton, CT - 06340
Contact Phone: (860) 405-2107
Website: http://www.theconnectioninc.org
Description: Mother’s Retreat, located in Groton, is a long-term, residential treatment facility for pregnant and parenting women who desire to live a clean and sober life. The program assists young women in their recovery from substance use by providing quality clinical services and individualized treatment in a warm, supportive environment. Mother’s Retreat also assists women who are seeking to reunite with their children. All clients participate in a personal recovery plan, as well as individual and group therapy. Clients can be both self-referred or referred by state agencies such as the Department of Children and Families, and the Department of Correction.
Catholic Charities Archdiocese Of Hartford - Family & Mental Health Counseling
Location: Torrington, CT - 06790
Contact Phone: (860) 482-5558
Website: http://www.cccfs.org
Description: Counseling, mental health services and substance abuse treatment are provided to individuals, couples, and families. Fees are set on a sliding scale according to ability to pay.
Womens Recovery Support Program Connection Inc
Location: Bridgeport, CT - 06604
Contact Phone: (203) 330-9304
Website: http://www.theconnectioninc.org
Description: Women’s Recovery Support Program is a voluntary substance use recovery and supportive housing program for single women. Our mission is to support women in substance use recovery and to provide safe, affordable housing, in addition to offering opportunities for personal growth and development. Located in Bridgeport, Women’s Recovery Support Program strives to help women become part of the community. By connecting them with the resources they need to maintain their recovery, find a job, and ultimately an apartment the women build a support system around them. Through all the support services provided by the program, women are typically living independently within 6 to 18 months.
South Central Rehabilitation Center
Location: New Haven, CT - 06519
Contact Phone: (203) 503-3000
Website: http://hillhealthcenter.com
Description: The South Central Rehabilitation Center (SCRC) provides state-of-the-art treatment for chemical dependency. Treatment of mental health and primary medical conditions with a focus on infectious disease management also are available on-site. Our staff is comprised of medical providers, psychiatrists, social workers, counselors, nurses and paraprofessional staff. SCRC is one of only a few addiction medicine programs in the nation that has integrated these complex treatments to improve patient outcomes
Community Health Resources - Outpatient Services
Location: Danielson, CT - 06239
Contact Phone: (860) 774-7179
Website: http://www.chrhealth.org/
Description: Outpatient services provide weekly individual and/or group counseling. Specialty groups are provided for early recovery, anger management, relapse prevention, trauma and gender-specific needs.
Affiliates For Consultation And Psychotherapy
Location: New Haven, CT - 06511
Contact Phone: (203) 562-4235
Website: http://www.tomgcampbell.com
Description: Mission Statement: To be permitted to enter the innermost chambers of another person’s feelings and thoughts is for me, a privilege, an honor, and a priceless trust. To share their struggles, against internal and external obstacles and antagonists, is a challenge calling for the fullest measure of professional wisdom and skill, honed by continual training at the growing edge of our field. To facilitate the healing and growth of personalities and relationships, brings me a joy and meaning which awakens each day a deep gratitude for the opportunities and fulfullment of my work. I am forever in awe of the tenacity, resilience, courage, imagination and resourcefulness of the human mind and heart, as I share the journeys of my clients through tragedy and triumph, and through the more ordinary struggles of everyday life. Through all of this pulsates the life force of caring, the most powerful ingredient of the therapeutic relationship, transforming the formal proceedings into a deep and durable personal bond. With such caring, I am compelled to use my armamentarium of professional skills and knowledge to facilitate the highest possible degree of individual adaptation and efficiency in treatment design and practice.
Recovery Network Of Programs, Inc - Iranistan House
Location: Bridgeport, CT - 06605
Contact Phone: (203) 367-0025
Website: http://www.recovery-programs.org/
Description: Iranistan House is a psychiatric, residential rehabilitation facilities for men and women living with psychiatric and substance use disorders. Each program provides residential and rehabilitative services to individuals who meet the requirements of ‘medical necessity’, as required for this level of residential care. Individuals admitted to the program benefit from skill building in the areas of (1) self-care (2) daily living skills and (3) increasing independent living skills. The individual and group services provided are based on dignity and respect for each person served. The program draws heavily on evidence based practices, which are both person centered and strength based. Iranistan House provides staff supervision 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
Detox Program Stonington Institute
Location: North Stonington, CT - 06359
Contact Phone: (860) 535-1010
Website: http://stoningtoninstitute.com/
Description: Detox Program: 18 bed unit, private and semi-private rooms, co-ed; Daily MD rounds, 24/7 RN staffing, on-call psychiatrist; Medically-monitored detox protocols assure safe and effective stabilization. Stonington’s Detox Program is aimed at engagement, orientation and stabilization. The clinical program is led by a Clinical Director, a licensed clinical staff and a dedicated Discharge Care Coordinator who will assure that every client completes a safe detox protocol and is introduced to 12-step model of recovery. Emphasis is on understanding the disease of addiction and solidifying a long-term recovery plan.
Clayton House
Location: Glastonbury, CT - 06033
Contact Phone: (860) 659-0309
Website: http://www.adrc-ct.org
Description: Clayton House is a six-month maximum duration, intermediate-residential, substance abuse treatment facility. It serves 15 adult men and women primarily from the central Connecticut region. The majority of applicants to the Clayton House program are State Administered General Assistance (SAGA) recipients. Residents may be dually-diagnosed provided the psychiatric component of their condition does not prevent them from safely participating in the therapeutic program or hold employment. The program requires residents to obtain full-time employment during the daytime while participating in an evening therapeutic program. The evening program consists of Relapse Prevention Group, Group Therapy, Education Group, Men's and Women's Group Therapy, Family Therapy, Loss and Grief, Spirituality Group, individual counseling sessions, and twelve-step meetings, as well as weekly after-care group session for alumni. All groups run for average duration of one and a half hours. Individual sessions are scheduled on a weekly basis. These sessions are typically one hour. A system is employed which positively reinforces recovery attitudes and behaviors. As residents demonstrate changes toward healthy choices and lifestyle, they receive increases in weekend pass time and independence from the weekday evening program to attend twelve-step meetings, which they select for themselves. Admission Criteria for the Clayton House are 1) motivation and 2) be able and willing to work full-time or be enrolled in an academic/vocational training program. A person who is unwilling or unable to hold employment is referred to alternate programs as are those who feel the structure of a therapeutic milieu would be too restrictive for their needs, and 3) adults 18 years and older.
Ruthe Feilbert Willis
Location: Ridgefield, CT - 06877
Contact Phone: (203) 431-6558
Website: http://www.alcoholanddepression.com/
Description: Empathy, caring, the ability to hear beyond the facts of your life story and sense the heartfelt center of your concern: these are qualities I bring to my work. However, it is not just my work; it is ours. Treatment evolves through the communication we share and the relations we create, a relations that can nurture courage,strength and a growing sense of the possible.
Saint Francis Care Behavioral Health Hartford Php
Location: Hartford, CT - 06112
Contact Phone: (860) 714-9331
Website: http://www.saintfranciscare.com
Description: Our Behavioral Health Services include a full range of mental health and substance abuse treatment programs for all ages. Common to all of our programs is a dedicated, multidisciplinary team approach to developing an individualized plan of care for each patient. However brief a patient’s stay, we have a life-changing opportunity to build trust, intimacy and a healing relationship. The focus of our treatment is to draw out people’s strengths and competencies to assist them with coping more effectively in times of significant challenge or difficulty in their lives.
Wheeler Clinic Inc. - Extended Day Treatment Programs
Location: Plainville, CT - 06062
Contact Phone: (860) 793-3500
Website: http://www.wheelerclinic.org
Description: The Extended Day Treatment (EDT) program helps youth and families establish more positive ways of interacting and provides an opportunity for youth to remain at home in the community, significantly reducing the potential for out-of home placements. The EDT program provides intensive therapeutic afterschool services for youth, ages 6 to 17, and their families. The program operates five days a week, 52 weeks of the year, and is open during school vacations. The program provides group, individual, family and multi-family therapy, psychiatric evaluation and medicine management in a structured therapeutic setting. The program utilizes evidence-based treatment models, including Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy TF-CBT), Project Joy recreational therapy and gender-specific approaches. The average length of stay is six months, and our unique approach ensures each youth receives services tailored to fit individual needs and the needs of their family. Our multidisciplinary team of professionals includes Masters-level clinicians, case managers, psychiatrists and an APRN.
Satep Hartford Behavioral Health
Location: Hartford, CT - 06106
Contact Phone: (860) 727-8703
Website: http://www.hbh1.org/
Description: Since 1978 Hartford Community Mental Health Center Inc. d.b.a. Hartford Behavioral Health (HBH) has served adults, children, and families affected by substance abuse and mental illness. Individualized treatment, combined with best-practice principles, group therapy, family involvement and continuing care are the foundations of the programs, where men, women, families and children discover the tools necessary for lasting recovery.
Southeastern Council On Alcoholism And Drug Dependence, Inc. (scadd) - Altruism House For Women
Location: New London, CT - 06320
Contact Phone: (860) 447-8021
Website: http://www.scadd.org/
Description: A residential treatment program that allows individuals to interact in the community from a supportive home like environment. The program supports residents in maintaining sobriety, establishing meaningful relationships with housemates, community members, sponsors and family members. The program promotes an environment conducive to accepting responsibility and attaining independence.
Greenwich Hospital Addiction Recovery Center
Location: Greenwich, CT - 06830
Contact Phone: (203) 863-4673
Website: http://www.greenhosp.org
Description: The Greenwich Hospital Addiction Recovery Center (ARC) is licensed by the State of Connecticut and approved by the Joint Commission, the nation’s top healthcare accreditation organization. It has one goal: to match treatment to the needs of the patient. ARC achieves this by offering a spectrum of services to match the biological, psychological, and behavioral elements of the patient’s disease. Patients receive expert treatment from a multidisciplinary team that includes a physician double-boarded in addiction medicine and psychiatry, highly specialized addiction counselors, and registered nurses. This team is knowledgeable in all aspects of substances that may be involved in substance use disorders including alcohol, cocaine, heroin, prescription painkillers, sleep agents, and marijuana. Treatment for individuals 18 years of age or older is provided along a continuum of care that includes: crisis intervention, inpatient medical stabilization, outpatient group-based programming with aftercare planning, and medication consultation, when appropriate. Each staff member is very sensitive to the specific treatment needs of both the patient and the patient’s family, who are always impacted by the patient’s illness.
Norwalk Methadone Program Connecticut Counseling Centers Inc
Location: Norwalk, CT - 06854
Contact Phone: (203) 838-6508
Website: http://www.ctcounseling.org
Description: Connecticut Counseling Centers, Inc.’s Methadone Maintenance Treatment Programs are comprehensive outpatient substance abuse treatment programs targeted at providing a variety of medical, nursing, psychiatric and counseling services to chronic opiate addicts 18 years and older. The programs are staffed with licensed and certified counselors, nurses, physicians, psychiatrists, and support staff. The treatment staff is trained to successfully treat chronic opiate addicts utilizing counseling, education and psychiatry as well as medication therapy. The medication used is methadone hydrochloride. The Norwalk, Waterbury and Danbury Methadone Programs are licensed by the Connecticut Department of Public Health and are monitored and evaluated by the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, the Federal Center for Substance Abuse Treatment and are accredited by CARF. The goals of Methadone Maintenance Treatment are to eliminate the use of opiates as well as the use of other illicit substances such as cocaine. In addition, a goal for some patients is the reduction or elimination of the use of alcoholic beverages when such use has been diagnosed as problematic. Treatment plans address lack of employment or under employment, lack of education or job skill training, legal problems, medical problems, and family or marriage related problems. Patients who have been abstinent for some time and have addressed all areas of their treatment plan will be supported by the medical and counseling staff in reducing their methadone dosage to zero. The methadone treatment staff also provides specific services to HIV/TB patients, cocaine abusers, pregnant addicts and other support services such as relapse prevention groups, methadone anonymous groups, nursing and medical care, parenting skills training, educational groups, case management and women’s groups to specifically address issues that women wish to discuss and to provide them with mutual support.
Chemical Abuse Services Agency Inc. (casa) - Maas: Medication Assisted Treatment
Location: New Haven, CT - 06511
Contact Phone: (203) 495-7710
Website: http://www.casaincct.org/
Description: The Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) at MAAS offers treatment for opioid addiction, including the use of both methadone and buprenorphine. The MAAS MAT program utilizes a combination of medication and psychotherapeutic clinical treatment interventions aimed toward building a foundation upon which long term recovery can take place. Individuals entering this level of care meet criteria for methadone maintenance or buprenorphine maintenance. A shorter term taper is available through the ambulatory detoxification unit, if deemed appropriate. MAAS targets inner city and traditionally under-served populations, including but not limited to Latinos and African Americans. Treatment intensity varies based on patient need while the clinic models a “stages of change” approach to opioid treatment. All culturally relevant services are offered in English and Spanish. MAAS offers on-site babysitting to adults with dependant, under school-age children.
Natchaug Hospital Inc
Location: Mansfield Center, CT - 06250
Contact Phone: (860) 456-1311
Website: http://www.natchaug.org
Description: Natchaug Hospital is the primary provider of a regional system of care for children, adolescents and adults with mental illness and substance abuse problems. The hospital's 57-bed facility in Mansfield Center, Connecticut, provides inpatient care for over 650 children and adolescents and 1,300 adults with mental illness or substance abuse issues each year. Journey House, a 13-bed residential treatment center for adolescent girls, is also operated by Natchaug Hospital on its Mansfield campus.
Va Connecticut Healthcare System
Location: Newington, CT - 06111
Contact Phone: (860) 666-6951
Website: http://www.connecticut.va.gov/
Description: VA Connecticut encompasses an inpatient facility and Ambulatory Care Center in West Haven; an Ambulatory Care Center in Newington; and six primary care Community Based Outpatient Clinics. VA Connecticut Healthcare System offers a variety of health services to meet the needs of our nation's Veterans.
Hispanic Substance Abuse Program
Location: Hartford, CT - 06106
Contact Phone: (860) 527-1124
Website: http://www.cccfs.org
Description: This program provides culturally competent substance abuse counseling to Hispanic alcohol/drug abusing dependents and their families.
Chemical Dependency Service Griffin Hospital
Location: Derby, CT - 06418
Contact Phone: (203) 732-7541
Website: http://www.griffinhealth.org
Description: This program is designed for adults dealing with alcohol and/or chemical dependency who require more than outpatient therapy, but not 24-hour hospitalization. This service is also available to adults with associated psychiatric diagnosis (dual diagnosis). With the goal of matching the intensity of the treatment to the severity of the illness, participants are continually assessed by a multidisciplinary team of psychiatrists and certified addiction counselors to determine when they can be moved down to a less intense level of care. The program includes diagnostic assessment, family involvement, wellness, self awareness and education. Griffin Hospital's Department of Psychiatry offers inpatient Suboxone® induction, if medically necessary, in conjunction with an outpatient relapse prevention program for individuals dependent on opioids such as morphine, heroin, codeine, oxycodone and hydrocodone.
Waterbury Methadone Program Detox Connecticut Counseling Centers Inc
Location: Waterbury, CT - 06705
Contact Phone: (203) 755-8874
Website: http://www.ctcounseling.org
Description: Connecticut Counseling Centers, Inc.’s Methadone Maintenance Treatment Programs are comprehensive outpatient substance abuse treatment programs targeted at providing a variety of medical, nursing, psychiatric and counseling services to chronic opiate addicts 18 years and older. The programs are staffed with licensed and certified counselors, nurses, physicians, psychiatrists, and support staff. The treatment staff is trained to successfully treat chronic opiate addicts utilizing counseling, education and psychiatry as well as medication therapy. The medication used is methadone hydrochloride. The Norwalk, Waterbury and Danbury Methadone Programs are licensed by the Connecticut Department of Public Health and are monitored and evaluated by the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, the Federal Center for Substance Abuse Treatment and are accredited by CARF. The goals of Methadone Maintenance Treatment are to eliminate the use of opiates as well as the use of other illicit substances such as cocaine. In addition, a goal for some patients is the reduction or elimination of the use of alcoholic beverages when such use has been diagnosed as problematic. Treatment plans address lack of employment or under employment, lack of education or job skill training, legal problems, medical problems, and family or marriage related problems. Patients who have been abstinent for some time and have addressed all areas of their treatment plan will be supported by the medical and counseling staff in reducing their methadone dosage to zero. The methadone treatment staff also provides specific services to HIV/TB patients, cocaine abusers, pregnant addicts and other support services such as relapse prevention groups, methadone anonymous groups, nursing and medical care, parenting skills training, educational groups, case management and women’s groups to specifically address issues that women wish to discuss and to provide them with mutual support.
Intensive Outpatient Programs Connecticut Counseling Centers Inc
Location: Waterbury, CT - 06705
Contact Phone: (203) 755-8874
Website: http://www.ctcounseling.org
Description: Connecticut Counseling Centers, Inc. recognizes that for some patients experiencing alcohol, drug and/or mental health problems there exists a need for more comprehensive outpatient services than are historically offered by outpatient programs. In response to this need Connecticut Counseling Centers, Inc. offers this more intensive treatment. These programs are structured to meet approximately three times weekly for three hours daily. Skilled interventions assist patients in a psycho-educational group setting to take responsibility for all aspects of life and accept that their use of illicit substances has become an addiction and requires treatment.
Methadone Maintenance Connecticut Counseling Centers Inc
Location: Waterbury, CT - 06705
Contact Phone: (203) 755-8874
Website: http://www.ctcounseling.org
Description: Connecticut Counseling Centers, Inc.’s Methadone Maintenance Treatment Programs are comprehensive outpatient substance abuse treatment programs targeted at providing a variety of medical, nursing, psychiatric and counseling services to chronic opiate addicts 18 years and older. The programs are staffed with licensed and certified counselors, nurses, physicians, psychiatrists, and support staff. The treatment staff is trained to successfully treat chronic opiate addicts utilizing counseling, education and psychiatry as well as medication therapy. The medication used is methadone hydrochloride. The Norwalk, Waterbury and Danbury Methadone Programs are licensed by the Connecticut Department of Public Health and are monitored and evaluated by the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, the Federal Center for Substance Abuse Treatment and are accredited by CARF. The goals of Methadone Maintenance Treatment are to eliminate the use of opiates as well as the use of other illicit substances such as cocaine. In addition, a goal for some patients is the reduction or elimination of the use of alcoholic beverages when such use has been diagnosed as problematic. Treatment plans address lack of employment or under employment, lack of education or job skill training, legal problems, medical problems, and family or marriage related problems. Patients who have been abstinent for some time and have addressed all areas of their treatment plan will be supported by the medical and counseling staff in reducing their methadone dosage to zero. The methadone treatment staff also provides specific services to HIV/TB patients, cocaine abusers, pregnant addicts and other support services such as relapse prevention groups, methadone anonymous groups, nursing and medical care, parenting skills training, educational groups, case management and women’s groups to specifically address issues that women wish to discuss and to provide them with mutual support.
Bristol Clinic Hartford Dispensary
Location: Bristol, CT - 06010
Contact Phone: (860) 589-6433
Website: http://www.ct.gov/dmhas/
Description: The Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) promotes and administers comprehensive, recovery-oriented services in the areas of mental health treatment and substance abuse prevention and treatment throughout Connecticut.
Southeastern Council On Alcoholism And Drug Dependence, Inc. (scadd) - Lebanon Pines Long Term Treatment For Men
Location: Lebanon, CT - 06249
Contact Phone: (860) 889-1717
Website: http://www.scadd.org/
Description: Located on 56 acres in the southeastern region of Connecticut, Lebanon Pines is a 110 bed long term facility for men with alcohol and drug addiction. The minimum length of stay is 90 days. Discharge planning is based on each individual’s recovery goals. The goal of this program is to provide a structured recovery environment with a focus on the psychosocial aspects of treatment. The program is a work therapy program, enhanced by behavioral health, vocational and educational components. Developing recovery skills, along with personal responsibility, managing signs and symptoms of relapse and lifestyle changes are the primary aspects of treatment in this program. Residents develop a knowledge base with which to accept their disease, prevent relapse and to provide motivation for re-integration into the community.
The Substance Abuse Treatment Unit
Location: New Haven, CT - 06511
Contact Phone: (203) 974-5777
Website: http://www.ct.gov/dmhas/
Description: The Substance Abuse Treatment Unit (SATU) of the Connecticut Mental Health Center, is a cooperative endeavor of the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DHMAS) and the Department of Psychiatry of Yale University School of Medicine. Since 1968, SATU has provided substance abuse evaluations, treatment, and referrals for the Greater New Haven community.
Recovery Network Of Programs, Inc. - Center For Human Services
Location: Stratford, CT - 06615
Contact Phone: (203) 386-8802
Website: http://www.recovery-programs.org/
Description: The Center for Human Services (CHS) is a CARF accredited, Department of Public Health licensed Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) program for opiate-addicted persons utilizing prescribed methadone, Buprenorphine/Suboxone® and supportive counseling in conjunction with other support and referral services. Services are provided by a team of physicians, nurses, counselors, and other professionals. Following detoxification from opiates, the strategy of the MAT program is to utilize opiate substitution medications to minimizing the long-term effects of craving, which for many individuals, creates a high risk for opiate drug use and the subsequent triggering of a new cycle of addiction behavior. Supervised maintenance of opiate substitution medications on a long-term basis minimizes cravings, allowing the person to build time in abstinence and to develop a personal program of successful addiction recovery. As part of the MAT program, clients participate in individual, group, and family counseling to address drug use, personal, family, social network, employment, health, and legal issues. Treatment of co-occurring psychiatric disorders are included as part of this comprehensive approach to care. All of these issues are important in building a program of stable recovery which will facilitate the individual’s ability to fulfill important life goals. There are decades of research evidence which support the effectiveness of this combined approach to treatment. Ancillary services include confidential HIV rapid testing. Along with the testing, individuals are provided education on HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases (STD), Tuberculosis (TB) and safer-sex practices. In addition, the Center for Human Services is federally funded to provide specialized services to address the specific individual needs of HIV/AIDS clients.
Valley Shore Counseling Center Connection Inc
Location: Old Saybrook, CT - 06475
Contact Phone: (860) 395-6380
Website: http://www.theconnectioninc.org
Description: The Connection Counseling Centers serve individuals who are 18 years or older as well as family members or friends who may be experiencing any mental health disorder (including substance abuse). Individual and group counseling as well as case management services are offered. Self-referrals or referrals from other providers or state agencies are welcomed.
Greater Bridgeport Community Mh Center
Location: Bridgeport, CT - 06610
Contact Phone: (203) 551-7400
Website: http://www.ct.gov/dmhas/
Description: The mission of the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services is to improve the quality of life of the people of Connecticut by providing an integrated network of comprehensive, effective and efficient mental health and addiction services that foster self-sufficiency, dignity and respect.
The Mccall Foundation - Winsted Office
Location: Winsted, CT - 06098
Contact Phone: (860) 496-2100
Website: http://mccall-foundation.org/
Description: Outpatient services offer clients the advantages of living at home and, in many cases, working while participating in a traditional or intensive recovery program. Intensive treatment includes structured individual, family, and group counseling. The program provides alcohol and other drug education and introduction to 12-step program resources. We provide Gender Specific Day Intensive Outpatient Programs for Men and Women. We also provide a trauma specific support group, Seeking Safety, for women.
Wellmore, Inc. - Women And Childrens Program
Location: Waterbury, CT - 06704
Contact Phone: (203) 574-3311
Website: http://wellmore.org/
Description: The Women and Children’s Program provides care for women with an addiction and/or an addiction and mental health problem, without separation from their child. The Women and Children’s Program is a residential, intermediate treatment program for pregnant or parenting women with one pre-school age child. Minimum length of stay is 3 months.
Crossroads Inc - Men’s Program
Location: New Haven, CT - 06515
Contact Phone: (203) 387-0094
Website: http://www.crossroadsrecoveryct.org/
Description: The Men’s Program at Crossroads, located at the Juan B. Rosa House at 55 East Ramsdell Street, is a 96-bed residential program offering comprehensive recovery services for men. In addidtion to individual and group counseling, Crossroads offers a Father to Father group to provide men with the skills to be an active father and member of the family. There is also an emphasis on reintegration into the community after treatment, and Crossroads provides job coaching, employment services, and assistance with housing.
Community Health Resources - Outpatient Services
Location: Manchester, CT - 06040
Contact Phone: (860) 645-0487
Website: http://www.chrhealth.org/
Description: Outpatient services provide weekly individual and/or group counseling. Specialty groups are provided for early recovery, anger management, relapse prevention, trauma and gender-specific needs.
Stonehaven
Location: Portland, CT - 06480
Contact Phone: (860) 342-3252
Website: https://www.rushford.org/
Description: Intermediate residential substance use and addiction treatment programs for adult men and women.
Women’s Program Crossroads Inc
Location: New Haven, CT - 06515
Contact Phone: (203) 821-3040
Website: http://www.crossroadsrecoveryct.org/
Description: The needs of addicted women differ markedly from those of men. For many women struggling with addiction, issues with mental health, past trauma, domestic violence and parenting are central to their addiction and therefore must be addressed during treatment. The Women’s Program at Crossroads is a 44-bed residential unit, located at the Juan B. Rosa House. Services include individual and group counseling, family therapy, domestic violence classes, and life re-orientation seminars designed specifically for women. Crossroads collaborates with WSPIC (Women Service Providers Improvement Collaborative) Supervision Consultation Project, an initiative that assists agencies to move from theory to the practice of gender-responsive treatment.
Southeastern Council On Alcoholism And Drug Dependence, Inc. (scadd) - Altruism House For Women
Location: New London, CT - 06320
Contact Phone: (860) 442-1017
Website: http://www.scadd.org/
Description: A residential treatment program that allows individuals to interact in the community from a supportive home like environment. The program supports residents in maintaining sobriety, establishing meaningful relationships with housemates, community members, sponsors and family members. The program promotes an environment conducive to accepting responsibility and attaining independence.
Intensive Residential Unit Rushford Center Inc
Location: Middletown, CT - 06457
Contact Phone: (860) 346-0300
Website: https://www.rushford.org/
Description: Inpatient and substance use and addiction treatment programs for adult men and women.
Positive Step Rushford Center Inc
Location: Middletown, CT - 06457
Contact Phone: (860) 346-0300
Website: https://www.rushford.org/
Description: Rushford is one of Connecticut's leading providers of addiction and mental health treatment programs for children, teens and adults. We are accredited by the Joint Commission and have received national recognition for our success in delivering high quality prevention and treatment programs.
Norwalk Outpatient Clinic Connecticut Renaissance Inc
Location: Norwalk, CT - 06852
Contact Phone: (203) 866-2541
Website: http://www.ctrenaissance.com
Description: For over forty years Connecticut Renaissance has worked with clients, via an array of services, to help them achieve the goals necessary to live productive, healthy lives. Through compassionate commitment to the individual, Renaissance's integrated, evidence-based approach extends to renewal of families, and ultimately, entire communities. The overriding mission at Connecticut Renaissance is to continue expanding and diversifying behavioral health, criminal justice and research services for adults, adolescents, and families in Connecticut, leading to a positive outcome for the community at large.
Farrell Treatment Center - Intensive Residential
Location: New Britain, CT - 06051
Contact Phone: (860) 225-4641
Website: http://www.farrell-tc.com/
Description: Farrell Treatment Center is a nonprofit substance abuse treatment facility licensed by the State of Connecticut. We are a recovery oriented system of care and with a focus on the individual. Our programs are designed to assist our clients in finding solutions, strength and hope. We know that all of our clients having different needs and goals; therefore, we designed our treatment programs to incorporate a variety of approaches; 12 steps facilitation, mindfulness, relapse prevention, family involvement and neurobiological interventions are a sample of treatment modalities. Our staff are dedicated to helping others achieve a healthy, substance free lifestyle by providing a non judgmental atmosphere of respect and dignity. Intensive Residential – this is a 28 day program (men only). A treatment day includes group and individual counseling. Knowing that addiction affects the family, we encourage families to participate.
Positive Step/glastonbury Rushford Center Inc
Location: Glastonbury, CT - 06033
Contact Phone: (860) 657-8910
Website: https://www.rushford.org/
Description: Rushford is one of Connecticut's leading providers of addiction and mental health treatment programs for children, teens and adults. We are accredited by the Joint Commission and have received national recognition for our success in delivering high quality prevention and treatment programs.
Rushford Outpatient Center Rushford Center Inc
Location: Glastonbury, CT - 06033
Contact Phone: (860) 657-8910
Website: https://www.rushford.org/
Description: Rushford's nationally recognized outpatient programs include structured, flexible stay group therapy and drug education groups as well as an introduction to a 12-step program. Treatment services help individuals develop the skills and confidence they need to cope successfully with the problems caused by substance abuse while offering the advantages of working and living at home.
Womens Services Of Groton Connection Inc
Location: Groton, CT - 06340
Contact Phone: (860) 448-4993
Website: http://www.theconnectioninc.org
Description: For more than 40 years, The Connection has been one of Connecticut’s leading private, nonprofit human service and community development agencies. Each month thousands people throughout Connecticut are assisted by The Connection’s diverse behavioral health, family support and community justice programs. These programs reunite families, break the generational cycles of abuse and neglect, create safer, healthier communities and assist with mental illness and addiction issues. Our staff of 600, spread across offices throughout Connecticut, work to provide you with services when you need them most. These programs not only rebuild your health and strengthen our communities; they also offer less costly alternatives that save taxpayer dollars. The Connection is dedicated to inspiring you to be well and reach your full potential.
Natchaug Hospital, Inc. - Joshua Center Enfield
Location: Enfield, CT - 06082
Contact Phone: (860) 749-2243
Website: http://www.natchaug.org/
Description: Natchaug's Joshua Center Programs treat children as young as six and as old as 17 who are struggling with psychiatric or substance abuse issues, but do not require inpatient care. The intensive, structured clinical treatment offers three to four hours of treatment up to five days a week. These intensive treatment programs can help prevent the need for hospitalization. They can also help people make the transition to home after inpatient or residential treatment. Natchaug brings this clinical care closer to people’s homes by offering programs throughout Eastern Connecticut.
Community Health Resources - New Life Center
Location: Putnam, CT - 06260
Contact Phone: (860) 963-6763
Website: http://www.chrhealth.org/
Description: This program provides residential substance abuse treatment for chemically dependent pregnant and postpartum women and their children. The program provides structure and support to help with the additional stressors of pregnancy and/or raising newborns/toddlers. The New Life Center offers six adult beds, six infant beds and two toddler beds with a variable length of stay up to12 months.
Partial Hospital Dual Diagnosis Rushford Center Inc
Location: Middletown, CT - 06457
Contact Phone: (860) 346-0300
Website: https://www.rushford.org/
Description: Dual Diagnosis Partial Hospital Program - A structured, integrated therapeutic program for clients who have co-occurring substance abuse and psychiatric problems not requiring inpatient hospitalization. The program provides more intensive therapy than a traditional outpatient setting.
New London Clinic Hartford Dispensary
Location: New London, CT - 06320
Contact Phone: (860) 447-2233
Website: http://www.ct.gov/dmhas/
Description: The Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) promotes and administers comprehensive, recovery-oriented services in the areas of mental health treatment and substance abuse prevention and treatment throughout Connecticut.
Alpha House/intermediate/long Term Apt Foundation Inc
Location: Bridgeport, CT - 06610
Contact Phone: (203) 337-9943
Website: http://www.aptfoundation.org
Description: Founded in 1970, the APT Foundation’s mission is to promote the health and recovery for those who live with substance use disorders and/or mental illness.
Southeastern Council On Alcoholism And Drug Dependence, Inc. (scadd) - Altruism House For Men
Location: Norwich, CT - 06360
Contact Phone: (860) 889-3414
Website: http://www.scadd.org/
Description: A residential treatment program designed to assist and support clients in sobriety. Here clients have the opportunity to apply learned recovery skills, prevent relapse and promote personal responsibility. Clients will re-integrate into educational, vocational, familial and social structures. Clients are expected to seek employment during their residency in this program.
Southeastern Council On Alcoholism And Drug Dependence, Inc. (scadd) - Herman Belli Liberty House For Men
Location: Norwich, CT - 06360
Contact Phone: (860) 859-9702
Website: http://www.scadd.org/
Description: The Liberty House offers a clean and sober housing environment in a peer based congregate setting. Individuals who reside at Liberty House may be engaged in clinical services or may have recently completed treatment. The Liberty House is intended to assist individuals in integrating relapse prevention skills, achieving autonomy and maintaining employment from a supportive, moderately structured environment.
Southeastern Council On Alcoholism And Drug Dependence, Inc. (scadd) - Outpatient / Intensive Outpatient Programs
Location: Norwich, CT - 06360
Contact Phone: (860) 889-3178
Website: http://www.scadd.org/
Description: SCADD programs include Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient alternatives for men and women in Norwich and New London.
Southeastern Council On Alcoholism And Drug Dependence, Inc. (scadd) - Outpatient / Intensive Outpatient Programs
Location: New London, CT - 06320
Contact Phone: (860) 437-2383
Website: http://www.scadd.org/
Description: SCADD programs include Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient alternatives for men and women in Norwich and New London.
Mcca Sobering Center
Location: Danbury, CT - 06810
Contact Phone: (203) 730-9947
Website: http://mccaonline.com/
Description: The Sobering Center is a 16-bed Social Setting Detoxification program providing temporary shelter to medically indigent individuals 18 years of age or older with a substance abuse and/or co-occurring mental health disorders. Our goal is to provide a safe, substance free, therapeutic, non-medical respite for the chemically dependent individual upon waiting to be referred and placed into the next appropriate continuum of care.
Mcca Waterbury Outpatient
Location: Waterbury, CT - 06702
Contact Phone: (203) 597-0643
Website: http://mccaonline.com/
Description: MCCA, Midwestern Connecticut Council of Alcoholism, Inc. is the primary provider of substance abuse prevention, evaluation and treatment services in the greater Danbury area. MCCA was established in 1972 in response to regional needs for high quality professional services for individuals and their families suffering from alcohol and substance abuse. Headquartered in Danbury, MCCA maintains locations in Danbury, New Milford, Bethel, Ridgefield, Waterbury, Derby, Torrington, New Haven, Kent and Sharon. MCCA primarily serves clients residing in Connecticut State Demographic Area Regions 1 and 5, encompassing the entire western portion of the state. These regions are economically and socio-demographically diverse, and include urban, suburban, and rural areas.
Natchaug Hospital, Inc. - Care Plus & Joshua Center Southeast
Location: Groton, CT - 06340
Contact Phone: (860) 449-9947
Website: http://www.natchaug.org/
Description: Natchaug's Joshua Center Programs treat children as young as six and as old as 17 who are struggling with psychiatric or substance abuse issues, but do not require inpatient care. The intensive, structured clinical treatment offers three to four hours of treatment up to five days a week. These intensive treatment programs can help prevent the need for hospitalization. They can also help people make the transition to home after inpatient or residential treatment. Natchaug brings this clinical care closer to people’s homes by offering programs throughout Eastern Connecticut. Adult Day and Evening Treatment: When people need intensive, comprehensive treatment for psychiatric and chemical dependency issues but do not need inpatient or residential hospital care, Natchaug offers intensive, structured clinical treatment in programs that may include up to six hours of treatment a day, five days a week. These intensive treatment programs can help prevent the need for hospitalization. They can also help people make the transition to home after inpatient or residential treatment. Natchaug brings this clinical care closer to people’s homes by offering programs throughout Eastern Connecticut. Young Adult Program: The Young Adult Program is where 18- to 25-year olds can feel comfortable dealing with the issues that are unique to their stage of life. The Program serves men and women in this age group who are struggling due to mental illness, occupational or educational problems, relationship issues, family conflict, addictions or other influences that interfere with their day-to-day functioning. In order to minimize conflicts with school or work, the program is run Monday through Friday during the afternoon. The length of treatment generally runs six to eight weeks depending on the individual needs of the patient. Although patients are not required to inform their family of their treatment, the decision about whether or not to involve their family is an important one. Patients are encouraged to include anyone who will be a support to them throughout treatment.
New Britain Clinic Hartford Dispensary
Location: New Britain, CT - 06051
Contact Phone: (860) 827-3313
Website: http://www.ct.gov/dmhas/
Description: The Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) promotes and administers comprehensive, recovery-oriented services in the areas of mental health treatment and substance abuse prevention and treatment throughout Connecticut.
Partial Hospitalization Program Connecticut Counseling Centers Inc
Location: Norwalk, CT - 06854
Contact Phone: (203) 838-6508
Website: http://www.ctcounseling.org
Description: Connecticut Counseling Centers, Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation that provides a full range of licensed outpatient substance abuse and mental health prevention, education and treatment services to assist adults in becoming productive members of society.
Wellmore, Inc. - Morris Recovery House
Location: Waterbury, CT - 06702
Contact Phone: (203) 574-3986
Website: http://wellmore.org/
Description: Morris Recovery House offers a unique residential model for adult men diagnosed with addiction and/or mental health problems. Residents of this program live in a facility which provides 24/7 supervision and support in a recovery-based environment.
Addiction Services Division Connecticut Valley Hospital
Location: Middletown, CT - 06457
Contact Phone: (860) 262-6333
Website: http://www.ct.gov/dmhas/
Description: At Connecticut Valley Hospital, individuals receive services that assist them to better manage their illnesses, achieve personal goals, and develop skills and supports that lead to living the most constructive and satisfying lives possible. The Hospital is organized in three Divisions: Whiting Forensic; General Psychiatry; and Addiction Services. Each has an allocation of human resources, contracts for specialized services, capital projects, and certain operational expenses to administer.
Alcohol & Drug Recovery Centers, Inc. (adrc) - Alternative Living Center
Location: Hartford, CT - 06112
Contact Phone: (860) 714-3702
Website: http://www.adrc-ct.org
Description: The Alternate Living Center, ALC, is a long term, recovery oriented housing program.
Southeastern Council On Alcoholism And Drug Dependence, Inc. (scadd) - Acute Care & Evaluation (detox)
Location: New London, CT - 06320
Contact Phone: (860) 447-1717
Website: http://www.scadd.org/
Description: A medically monitored detox and evaluation program delivered by medical and nursing professionals. The program provides medically supervised evaluation and withdrawal management in a permanent facility with inpatient beds. Services are delivered under a defined set of physician monitored protocols. Twenty four hour nursing observation, medical monitoring and treatment are on site. Counseling and case management services are available seven days per week in house.
Hartford Dispensary
Location: Hartford, CT - 06106
Contact Phone: (860) 525-2181
Website: http://www.ct.gov/dmhas/
Description: The Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) promotes and administers comprehensive, recovery-oriented services in the areas of mental health treatment and substance abuse prevention and treatment throughout Connecticut.
Mcca Derby Outpatient Treatment
Location: Derby, CT - 06418
Contact Phone: (203) 446-2252
Website: http://mccaonline.com/
Description: MCCA, Midwestern Connecticut Council of Alcoholism, Inc. is the primary provider of substance abuse prevention, evaluation and treatment services in the greater Danbury area. MCCA was established in 1972 in response to regional needs for high quality professional services for individuals and their families suffering from alcohol and substance abuse. Headquartered in Danbury, MCCA maintains locations in Danbury, New Milford, Bethel, Ridgefield, Waterbury, Derby, Torrington, New Haven, Kent and Sharon. MCCA primarily serves clients residing in Connecticut State Demographic Area Regions 1 and 5, encompassing the entire western portion of the state. These regions are economically and socio-demographically diverse, and include urban, suburban, and rural areas.
Recovery Network Of Programs, Inc - Tina Klem Serenity House
Location: Bridgeport, CT - 06608
Contact Phone: (203) 366-7012
Website: http://www.recovery-programs.org/
Description: The Tina Klem Serenity House is a recovery house for twelve women who have co-occurring substance use and psychiatric disorders. The women served may also have a history of trauma. The Serenity House will accept referrals twelve hours per day, Monday through Friday, and will ensure the target population is served through a comprehensive screening and assessment process. RNP welcomes and serves individuals receiving medication assisted treatment, such as Methadone, Suboxone and Vivitrol. Within the ninety day stay, residents will be provided with a variety of psycho-educational groups such as life skills training, parenting skills, employment search and maintenance skills, anger management, relapse prevention, health and wellness, safety and coping skills.
Henderson/johnson Clinic Hartford Dispensary
Location: Hartford, CT - 06106
Contact Phone: (860) 525-9376
Website: http://www.ct.gov/dmhas/
Description: The Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) promotes and administers comprehensive, recovery-oriented services in the areas of mental health treatment and substance abuse prevention and treatment throughout Connecticut.
Natchaug Hospital, Inc. - Joshua Center Thames Valley
Location: Norwich, CT - 06360
Contact Phone: (860) 823-5320
Website: http://www.natchaug.org/
Description: Natchaug's Joshua Center Programs treat children as young as six and as old as 17 who are struggling with psychiatric or substance abuse issues, but do not require inpatient care. The intensive, structured clinical treatment offers three to four hours of treatment up to five days a week. These intensive treatment programs can help prevent the need for hospitalization. They can also help people make the transition to home after inpatient or residential treatment. Natchaug brings this clinical care closer to people’s homes by offering programs throughout Eastern Connecticut.
Central Treatment Unit Apt Foundation Inc
Location: New Haven, CT - 06511
Contact Phone: (203) 781-4646
Website: http://www.aptfoundation.org
Description: Founded in 1970, the APT Foundation’s mission is to promote the health and recovery for those who live with substance use disorders and/or mental illness.
United Services Inc - Addiction Recovery Services
Location: Columbia, CT - 06237
Contact Phone: (860) 228-4480
Website: http://unitedservicesct.org/
Description: Our comprehensive Addiction Recovery Program promotes physical, social, emotional and spiritual recovery from the effects of various types of addictions and substance abuse. We recognize that family members are also affected by the addiction, and we encourage and assist them in seeking counseling and support for themselves as well.
Alcohol And Drug Recovery Centers, Inc. - Intensive Residential Program
Location: Hartford, CT - 06112
Contact Phone: (860) 714-3739
Website: http://www.adrc-ct.org
Description: The Intensive Residential program consists of 28 beds and involves 14 to 30 days of intensive residential treatment within a therapeutic community. Clients are accepted in the program regardless of their ability to pay.
Right Turn Adolescent Program Perception Programs Inc
Location: Willimantic, CT - 06226
Contact Phone: (860) 450-0151
Website: http://www.perceptionprograms.org/
Description: The Right Turn Program serves adolescents of all ethnic backgrounds and genders aged 11-17 who have been shown to be at risk for substance use or are, in fact, engaging in substance use (to include alcohol and nicotine). Services will also be provided to adolescents who come from an environment of substance use (parental, familial, guardian) who may need treatment around these issues. Right Turn’s target population also includes youth with co-occurring disorders. The Right Turn Adolescent Outpatient Program is a licensed, Joint Commission (JC) accredited, outpatient substance use and mental health facility. We are able to provide quality and compassionate care for a minimal cost. Additionally, we can serve indigent youth and families when they demonstrate an inability to pay for services. This program is specifically designed for the unique needs of adolescents and their families.
United Services Inc - Addiction Recovery Services
Location: Willimantic, CT - 06226
Contact Phone: (860) 456-2261
Website: http://unitedservicesct.org/
Description: Our comprehensive Addiction Recovery Program promotes physical, social, emotional and spiritual recovery from the effects of various types of addictions and substance abuse. We recognize that family members are also affected by the addiction, and we encourage and assist them in seeking counseling and support for themselves as well.
Community Health Resources - Thomas Murphy Center Intermediate Residential Treatment Program
Location: Willimantic, CT - 06226
Contact Phone: (860) 456-1769
Website: http://www.chrhealth.org/
Description: This program provides residential treatment for people who are in need of a structured environment to continue their recovery and who have developed the skills necessary to begin the process of reintegrating into the community. Individuals in this program focus on employment and/or educational needs during the day and return to the facility in the evening for substance abuse treatment. The facility has 14 beds, is co-ed and provides a variable length of stay up to 180 days.
Mcca Trinity Glen Men - Sharon
Location: Sharon, CT - 06069
Contact Phone: (860) 672-6680
Website: http://www.mccaonline.com
Description: Trinity Glen Men’s Program in Sharon, CT is a long-term residential treatment facility for men who are suffering from chronic addiction. The natural beauty of Trinity Glen’s location has proven to be an important factor in the success of treatment. Located in Sharon, Connecticut, and situated on 23 wooded acres, Trinity Glen is surrounded by the Berkshire Mountains. Our facility offers semi-private dormitory rooms housing 50 beds with spacious living quarters and treatment and meeting rooms.
Recovery Network Of Programs, Inc. - Kinsella Treatment Center
Location: Bridgeport, CT - 06604
Contact Phone: (203) 335-2173
Website: http://www.recovery-programs.org/
Description: The Kinsella Treatment Center (KTC) is a CARF accredited, Department of Public Health licensed Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) program for opiate-addicted persons utilizing prescribed methadone, Buprenorphine/Suboxone® and supportive counseling in conjunction with other support and referral services. Services are provided by a team of physicians, nurses, counselors, and other professionals. Following detoxification from opiates, the strategy of the MAT program is to utilize opiate substitution medications to minimizing the long-term effects of craving, which for many individuals, creates a high risk for opiate drug use and the subsequent triggering of a new cycle of addiction behavior. Supervised maintenance of opiate substitution medications on a long-term basis minimizes cravings, allowing the person to build time in abstinence and to develop a personal program of successful addiction recovery. As part of the MAT program, clients participate in individual, group, and family counseling to address drug use, personal, family, social network, employment, health, and legal issues. Treatment of co-occurring psychiatric disorders are included as part of this comprehensive approach to care. All of these issues are important in building a program of stable recovery which will facilitate the individual’s ability to fulfill important life goals. There are decades of research evidence which support the effectiveness of this combined approach to treatment. Ancillary services include confidential HIV rapid testing. Along with the testing, individuals are provided education on HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases (STD), Tuberculosis (TB) and safer-sex practices. In addition, the Center for Human Services is federally funded to provide specialized services to address the specific individual needs of HIV/AIDS clients.
Wheeler Clinic Inc - Adult Outpatient Recovery Services
Location: Hartford, CT - 06105
Contact Phone: (860) 523-9788
Website: http://www.wheelerclinic.org
Description: We offer an array of outpatient programs for adults and families that include individual, group and family therapy to address problems associated with substance abuse, depression, anxiety, anger management, domestic violence, grief and loss, and other mental health issues. Our staff includes a broad range of professionals: licensed addiction counselors, clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, psychiatrists and other treatment specialists.
New Era Rehabilitation Center Inc. - Bridgeport
Location: Bridgeport, CT - 06606
Contact Phone: (203) 372-3333
Website: http://www.newerarehabilitation.com/
Description: Prescription drug abuse and opiate addiction are illnesses that millions of Americans suffer from. We are here to help. New Era Rehabilitation Center is an addiction treatment facility dedicated to helping people break the hold substance abuse has on their lives. The organization utilizes clinically-proven treatment methods and intimate, patient-centered care to help our clients beat their addictions and once again get a hold on their lives. If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, don't hesitate to join the New Era family. We help transform lives because we care.
Connecticut Renaissance Inc - Adult Outpatient Behavioral Health Programs
Location: Stamford, CT - 06901
Contact Phone: (203) 602-4441
Website: http://www.ctrenaissance.com
Description: Connecticut Renaissance's Norwalk, Stamford, and Bridgeport Adult Outpatient Programs provide treatment to individuals with substance abuse and addiction problems, psychiatric disorders and/or co-existing substance abuse and psychiatric disorders. The outpatient programs serve clients referred through local hospitals, detoxes, therapists in private practice, employers, family, friends, the welfare system, adult probation, parole, other treatment facilities. The length of the program is dependent on the client's needs and progress. The program also encourages the participation of family and/or significant others in treatment when appropriate.
Alcohol And Drug Recovery Centers, Inc. (adrc) - Coventry House
Location: Hartford, CT - 06112
Contact Phone: (860) 714-3703
Website: http://www.adrc-ct.org
Description: The Coventry House is a 10-bed halfway house for substance-abusing pregnant and post-partum women. Coventry House allows mothers to bring up to two existing children into the treatment facility to avoid disruption of the family unit. Empowerment, self-esteem, abstinence and independence are addressed. Coventry House, opened in October 1993, is the first such long-term residential treatment center in the Hartford area. It grapples with the immediate health problems of mother and child and also helps women deal with longer-term challenges. Primary among those is helping residents see how they came to addiction and, through counseling and 12-step programs, helping them find a path back through sobriety. Residents are expected to pay for care to the extent possible and are encouraged to volunteer for community work, both to re-pay society and gain self-respect, and to explore potential vocational choices. Once interested, residents are encouraged to participate in community vocational training programs. In addition to vocational training, women are instructed in family dynamics and child rearing, and helped through joint counseling to re-establish family unification whenever feasible. The 4 to 6 month residential program at Coventry House provides sanctuary, counseling, nutrition and substance abuse education, parenting skills, arranges for pre and post-natal care, and prepares women for return to the community as whole, contributing members. The maternal drive to see a child thrive is an important ally in this struggle. The program admits children with their mothers, and can house ten women and twelve children. While in treatment at Coventry House staff will support clients in connecting to housing programs. Upon completion of treatment clients continue to receive support through an ongoing aftercare group.
Mcca Torrington Outpatient
Location: Torrington, CT - 06790
Contact Phone: (860) 482-2613
Website: http://mccaonline.com/
Description: MCCA, Midwestern Connecticut Council of Alcoholism, Inc. is the primary provider of substance abuse prevention, evaluation and treatment services in the greater Danbury area. MCCA was established in 1972 in response to regional needs for high quality professional services for individuals and their families suffering from alcohol and substance abuse. Headquartered in Danbury, MCCA maintains locations in Danbury, New Milford, Bethel, Ridgefield, Waterbury, Derby, Torrington, New Haven, Kent and Sharon. MCCA primarily serves clients residing in Connecticut State Demographic Area Regions 1 and 5, encompassing the entire western portion of the state. These regions are economically and socio-demographically diverse, and include urban, suburban, and rural areas.
Norwalk Outpatient Treatment Program Connecticut Counseling Centers Inc
Location: Norwalk, CT - 06854
Contact Phone: (203) 838-6508
Website: http://www.ctcounseling.org
Description: The Outpatient Treatment Programs are licensed to treat individuals over the age of sixteen wishing to receive substance abuse evaluations, referrals, urine testing and outpatient counseling. The OPT Program specializes in the treatment of all substance abuse problems, including alcohol, pills, crack and cocaine utilizing individual, couples, family and group counseling.
Connecticut Renaissance - Renaissance East Drug Treatment Program
Location: Waterbury, CT - 06702
Contact Phone: (203) 753-2341
Website: http://www.ctrenaissance.com
Description: Located in a former convent in Waterbury, Renaissance's Waterbury East Program provides intermediate and long term residential drug treatment program serves to male clients eighteen years and older referred from a wide range of sources including local social service agencies, Federal Probation, the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, the Connecticut Department of Correction, families and self-referrals. This comprehensive program offers a wide range of services to each client, including individual, family, and group counseling, psycho-educational programming, life skills, self-help meetings and formal referrals to community agencies based on individual needs. Length of stay is individualized, with the average being three to six months. Clients gradually return to the community as they meet the goals on the person-centered treatment plan. The goals of the program are to return clients to the community with housing, employment and an aftercare plan.
Connection Inc
Location: Middletown, CT - 06457
Contact Phone: (860) 343-5513
Website: http://www.theconnectioninc.org
Description: Hallie House for Women & Children is a long-term, residential treatment facility for pregnant and parenting women who desire to live a clean and sober life. The program was named in memory of Philip and Doris Hallie. Philip was president of The Connection’s Board of Directors for many years. Located in Middletown, Hallie House for Women & Children, provides substance using women, a safe, home-like environment where they can learn life and parenting skills to be better mothers. Relapse prevention assists the clients in maintaining their sobriety along with developing coping skills to better deal with stresses in their life. Clients can be both self-referred or referred by state agencies such as the Department of Children and Families, and the Department of Correction.
Greater Middletown Counseling Center Connection Inc
Location: Middletown, CT - 06457
Contact Phone: (860) 343-5510
Website: http://www.theconnectioninc.org
Description: The Connection Counseling Centers are licensed outpatient substance use and mental health treatment centers, located in Middletown, Old Saybrook, Groton, Meriden, New Haven (2 locations) and Norwich. The Connection Counseling Centers serve individuals who are 18 years or older as well as family members or friends who may be experiencing any mental health disorder (including substance abuse). Individual and group counseling as well as case management services are offered. Self-referrals or referrals from other providers or state agencies are welcomed.
Alcohol And Drug Recovery Centers, Inc. - Detoxification Center
Location: Hartford, CT - 06112
Contact Phone: (860) 714-3700
Website: http://www.adrc-ct.org
Description: ADRC's Detoxification Center is a 35-bed medically monitored detoxification program for adults. Admission decisions and skilled nursing interventions are provided by Registered Nurses. Each client is assigned to a counselor and they receive individual and/or group counseling daily. AA and NA meetings are offered on site five (5) evenings a week. Referrals for continuing treatment are encouraged and arranged prior to discharge. The goal is to safely detox clients from alcohol and/or drugs and to provide education and motivation for referral. The Detoxification Center is open for admission 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, depending on bed availability. The Detox Center is located on CT Transit bus lines 50, 52, 54 and is easily accessible from major highways. Clients may be referred from any provider, social service agency or by self. The Detox Center is handicap accessible. The length of stay is individualized, with a maximum of five (5) days. The Detoxification Center's average length of stay is 3 days. Clients whose medical and/or psychiatric problems cannot be managed at this level will be referred to the higher level of care. The Detoxification Center is licensed for Medical Triage where prospective clients can be assessed and observed.

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