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Hartford Drug Rehab Centers

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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
Hogar Crea International Of Connecticut Inc
Location: Hartford, CT - 06120
Contact Phone: (860) 232-7353
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Hogar Crea Stowe Village Womens Center
Location: Hartford, CT - 06106
Contact Phone: (860) 232-7353
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.

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