Connecticut


Connecticut drug rehab and alcohol rehab centers include about 500 treatment centers in and around Bridgeport. The Helping Hand Center, Inc., for example, provides addiction treatment on a residential long-term (over 30 days) as well as an outpatient basis. Their drug rehabilitation and alcohol intervention programs are offered on a sliding scale with Spanish interpretation offered.

The ATP Foundation offers Transitions, a rehabilitation program for long-term treatment at their treatment facility in Bridgeport. With special programs for adolescents and criminal justice clients, the drug intervention and alcohol intervention programs work toward a long-term solution.

Liberation Programs offers a methadone specific drug intervention program on an outpatient basis. The treatment facility accepts a variety of payment options, including both Medicaid and Medicare, and works on drug abuse treatment through detoxification, methadone maintenance, and methadone detoxification.

The New Era Rehabilitation Center, Inc. (NERC) is a drug rehab and alcohol rehab center that offers an outpatient program. Their treatment program offers Spanish services, and drug abuse assistance, particularly for methadone maintenance and buprenorphine services.

New Haven Connecticut treatment facilities include a variety of services for all types of intervention and rehabilitation programs.

ALSO Cornerstone, Inc. is a facility that offers outpatient drug treatment and alcohol intervention and also operates as a halfway house. The primary focus of the treatment center is mental health services, so it’s great for those with a dual diagnosis.

Northside Community Outpatient Services is an addiction recover center with an outpatient drug rehab and alcohol rehab program. It has a special group for persons with a dual diagnosis at the treatment facility.

Drug rehab programs in New Haven continue at the Crossroads, Inc. Amethyst House, a hospital inpatient treatment facility for women, including beds for client’s children. They specialize in drug treatment, particularly buprenorphine and other drugs. They also offer alcohol treatment at their rehabilitation center.

The Hill Health Corporation Ambulatory Detox is an addiction treatment facility offering outpatient and short-term residential treatment for drug abuse and alcohol intervention. They accept a variety of payment plans, and offer detoxification and maintenance programs in their drug treatment programs.