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Below are 19 drug rehabilitation centers in Bridgeport, CT.

Bridgeport Drug Rehab Centers

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.
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.
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.
Ambulatory Detox Lmg Programs Inc
Location: Bridgeport, CT - 06607
Contact Phone: (203) 384-9301
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Guenster Intensive Outpatient Lmg Programs Inc
Location: Bridgeport, CT - 06607
Contact Phone: (203) 384-9301
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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.
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.
Outpatient Program Lmg Programs Inc
Location: Bridgeport, CT - 06607
Contact Phone: (203) 384-9301
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Outpatient Program/unit Iii Helping Hand Center Inc
Location: Bridgeport, CT - 06605
Contact Phone: (203) 336-4745x
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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.
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.
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.
Unit I Helping Hand Center Inc
Location: Bridgeport, CT - 06605
Contact Phone: (203) 336-4745
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.

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