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Waterbury Drug Rehab Centers

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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.

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