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New Haven Drug Rehab Centers

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.
Also Cornerstone Inc
Location: New Haven, CT - 06511
Contact Phone: (203) 787-2111
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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.
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.
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.
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.
Elm City Counseling
Location: New Haven, CT - 06511
Contact Phone: (203) 865-1909
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.

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