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Residential Treatment City Phone Open As of  
Intensive residential          
Chemical Abuse Services Agency (CASA) - Intensive Residential Bridgeport 203-339-4112 0 12/14  
CT Valley Hospital (CVH) - Blue Hills Hospital, Intensive Residential Hartford 860-293-6400 0 2:07 am  
CT Valley Hospital (CVH) - Intensive Mens, Merritt Hall (men only) Middletown 800-828-3396x5 0 6:53 am  
CT Valley Hospital (CVH) - Intensive Womens, Merritt Hall (women only) Middletown 800-828-3396x5 0 6:52 am  
Farrell Treatment Center - Intensive Residential (men only) New Britain 860-225-4641 0 12/14  
InterCommunity - Residential Hartford 860-714-3739 0 12/14  
MCCA - McDonough House Danbury 203-792-4515 0 12/14  
McCall Center for Behavioral Health - Carnes Weeks Torrington 860-496-2107 0 12/14  
Recovery Network of Programs (RNP) - Horizons Bridgeport 203-333-3518 0 12/14  
Rushford - Intensive Residential Middletown 877-577-3233 0 12/14  
Intensive residential: co-occurring enhanced          
Community Health Resources (CHR) - Milestone (women only) Putnam 860-753-4454 1 12/14  
Connecticut Renaissance - McAuliffe Center (men only) Waterbury 203-346-1931 0 12/14  
Recovery Network of Programs (RNP) - New Prospects Bridgeport 203-610-6252 0 12/14  
Intermediate residential: pregnant and parenting women          
APT Foundation - Amethyst House (women only) New Haven 203-337-9943 x 3964 1 12/14  
Community Health Resources (CHR) - New Life Residential (women only) Putnam 860-928-1860 0 12/14  
InterCommunity - Coventry House (women only) Hartford 860-714-3703 1 12/14  
Liberation Programs - Families in Recovery (women only) Norwalk 203-391-7900 2 12/14  
The Connection - Hallie House (women only) Middletown 860-343-5513 0 12:18 am  
The Connection - Mother's Retreat (women only) Groton 860-405-2107 3 12:56 am  
Wellmore Behavioral Health - Women & Children's Program (women only) Waterbury 860-574-3311 0 7:00 am  
Intermediate residential          
APT Foundation - Residential Services New Haven 203-337-9943 0 12/14  
Community Health Resources (CHR) - Roots to Recovery (R2R). (men only) Willimantic 860-771-4895 0 6:26 am  
Help, Inc. - Long Term Treatment (LTT) Waterbury 203-756-8984 x 107 3 12/14  
InterCommunity - Intermediate Program Hartford 860-714-3739 0 12/14  
Liberation Programs - Liberation House (men only) Stamford 203-391-7940 0 12/14  
Perception Programs - Perception House Willimantic 860-450-7130 0 12:48 am  
Rushford - Stonehaven Portland 877-577-3233 0 12/14  
Southeastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (SCADD) - Lebanon Pines (men only) Lebanon 860-889-1717 x214 9 12/14  
Youth Challenge - Men's Program Hartford 860-728-5199 1 12/14  
Long-term residential          
MCCA - Trinity Glen Men's Program (men only) Sharon 860-672-6689 4 12/14  
MCCA - Trinity Glen Women's Program (women only) Kent 860-672-6689 0 12/14  
Transitional/halfway house          
Chemical Abuse Services Agency (CASA) - CASA Halfway House Bridgeport 203-339-4112 0 12/14  
InterCommunity - Clayton House Glastonbury 860-659-0309 0 12/14  
McCall Center for Behavioral Health - McCall House Torrington 860-496-2105 0 12/14  
Southeastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (SCADD) - Bank St. Women's Program (women only) New London 860-447-8021 2 12/14  
Southeastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (SCADD) - Coit St. Women's Program (women only) New London 860-442-1017 1 12/14  
Southeastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (SCADD) - Main St. Men's Program (men only) Norwich 860-889-3414 0 12/14  
The Connection - 167 Liberty St. Program Middletown 860-343-5512 1 12/14  
 
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Addiction Services Bed Availability
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Disclaimer: This website is for information only. Admission is not guaranteed even if availability is reported on this site. Call a program and complete their initial screening process for admission. Note: If a program shows no open beds, please call for waitlist options.
Detox Programs    Residential Treatment    Recovery Houses
Residential Treatment City Phone Open As of Residential Treatment
Intensive residential
Intensive Residential Treatment for substance dependence or co-occurring disorders is a residential service provided in a facility licensed by the Department of Public Health to offer intensive residential treatment, or in a state-operated facility. These services are provided in a 24-hour setting and are intended to treat individuals with substance use or co-occurring disorders who require an intensive rehabilitation program. Services are provided within a 15 to 30 day period and include assessment, medical and psychiatric evaluation if indicated, and an intensive regimen of treatment modalities including individual and family therapy, specialty groups, psychosocial education, orientation to AA or similar support groups, and instruction in relapse prevention.
        Intensive residential
Intensive Residential Treatment for substance dependence or co-occurring disorders is a residential service provided in a facility licensed by the Department of Public Health to offer intensive residential treatment, or in a state-operated facility. These services are provided in a 24-hour setting and are intended to treat individuals with substance use or co-occurring disorders who require an intensive rehabilitation program. Services are provided within a 15 to 30 day period and include assessment, medical and psychiatric evaluation if indicated, and an intensive regimen of treatment modalities including individual and family therapy, specialty groups, psychosocial education, orientation to AA or similar support groups, and instruction in relapse prevention.
Chemical Abuse Services Agency (CASA) - Intensive Residential Bridgeport 203-339-4112 0 12/14 (0) open on 12/14
Chemical Abuse Services Agency (CASA) - Intensive Residential
ph - 203-339-4112
CT Valley Hospital (CVH) - Blue Hills Hospital, Intensive Residential Hartford 860-293-6400 0 2:07 am (0) open at 2:07 am
CT Valley Hospital (CVH) - Blue Hills Hospital, Intensive Residential
ph - 860-293-6400
CT Valley Hospital (CVH) - Intensive Mens, Merritt Hall (men only) Middletown 800-828-3396x5 0 6:53 am (0) open at 6:53 am
CT Valley Hospital (CVH) - Intensive Mens, Merritt Hall
ph - 800-828-3396x5 (men only)
CT Valley Hospital (CVH) - Intensive Womens, Merritt Hall (women only) Middletown 800-828-3396x5 0 6:52 am (0) open at 6:52 am
CT Valley Hospital (CVH) - Intensive Womens, Merritt Hall
ph - 800-828-3396x5 (women only)
Farrell Treatment Center - Intensive Residential (men only) New Britain 860-225-4641 0 12/14 (0) open on 12/14
Farrell Treatment Center - Intensive Residential
ph - 860-225-4641 (men only)
InterCommunity - Residential Hartford 860-714-3739 0 12/14 (0) open on 12/14
InterCommunity - Residential
ph - 860-714-3739
MCCA - McDonough House Danbury 203-792-4515 0 12/14 (0) open on 12/14
MCCA - McDonough House
ph - 203-792-4515
McCall Center for Behavioral Health - Carnes Weeks Torrington 860-496-2107 0 12/14 (0) open on 12/14
McCall Center for Behavioral Health - Carnes Weeks
ph - 860-496-2107
Recovery Network of Programs (RNP) - Horizons Bridgeport 203-333-3518 0 12/14 (0) open on 12/14
Recovery Network of Programs (RNP) - Horizons
ph - 203-333-3518
Rushford - Intensive Residential Middletown 877-577-3233 0 12/14 (0) open on 12/14
Rushford - Intensive Residential
ph - 877-577-3233
Intensive residential: co-occurring enhanced
Intensive residential treatment co-occurring enhanced services are provided in accordance with requirements designated by the Department to individuals with severe co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders who require integrated intensive rehabilitation services.
        Intensive residential: co-occurring enhanced
Intensive residential treatment co-occurring enhanced services are provided in accordance with requirements designated by the Department to individuals with severe co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders who require integrated intensive rehabilitation services.
Community Health Resources (CHR) - Milestone (women only) Putnam 860-753-4454 1 12/14 (1) open on 12/14
Community Health Resources (CHR) - Milestone
ph - 860-753-4454 (women only)
Connecticut Renaissance - McAuliffe Center (men only) Waterbury 203-346-1931 0 12/14 (0) open on 12/14
Connecticut Renaissance - McAuliffe Center
ph - 203-346-1931 (men only)
Recovery Network of Programs (RNP) - New Prospects Bridgeport 203-610-6252 0 12/14 (0) open on 12/14
Recovery Network of Programs (RNP) - New Prospects
ph - 203-610-6252
Intermediate residential: pregnant and parenting women
Intermediate residential treatment is a service provided in a facility licensed by the Department of Public Health to offer intermediate treatment to women with children and pregnant women with substance use dependence. These services are provided in a 24 hour residential program that provides counseling and other rehabilitative services in a structured environment. Services include integration of substance use and prenatal services; child care and child development services; direct interventions or linkages to programs for infants and children with prenatal exposure to drugs and alcohol; and facilitating access to Birth to Three programs, Early Head Start, and WIC. Pregnant and parenting women must be granted priority access within 48 hours of their request for treatment or provided interim services that include, at a minimum, HIV and TB Education, the risk of needle sharing, if applicable, counseling on the effects of alcohol and drug use on the fetus, referral for prenatal care and referral to a treatment provider offering PHP or IOP services. Women and/or women and their children generally remain in treatment for 3-6 months.
        Intermediate residential: pregnant and parenting women
Intermediate residential treatment is a service provided in a facility licensed by the Department of Public Health to offer intermediate treatment to women with children and pregnant women with substance use dependence. These services are provided in a 24 hour residential program that provides counseling and other rehabilitative services in a structured environment. Services include integration of substance use and prenatal services; child care and child development services; direct interventions or linkages to programs for infants and children with prenatal exposure to drugs and alcohol; and facilitating access to Birth to Three programs, Early Head Start, and WIC. Pregnant and parenting women must be granted priority access within 48 hours of their request for treatment or provided interim services that include, at a minimum, HIV and TB Education, the risk of needle sharing, if applicable, counseling on the effects of alcohol and drug use on the fetus, referral for prenatal care and referral to a treatment provider offering PHP or IOP services. Women and/or women and their children generally remain in treatment for 3-6 months.
APT Foundation - Amethyst House (women only) New Haven 203-337-9943 x 3964 1 12/14 (1) open on 12/14
APT Foundation - Amethyst House
ph - 203-337-9943 x 3964 (women only)
Community Health Resources (CHR) - New Life Residential (women only) Putnam 860-928-1860 0 12/14 (0) open on 12/14
Community Health Resources (CHR) - New Life Residential
ph - 860-928-1860 (women only)
InterCommunity - Coventry House (women only) Hartford 860-714-3703 1 12/14 (1) open on 12/14
InterCommunity - Coventry House
ph - 860-714-3703 (women only)
Liberation Programs - Families in Recovery (women only) Norwalk 203-391-7900 2 12/14 (2) open on 12/14
Liberation Programs - Families in Recovery
ph - 203-391-7900 (women only)
The Connection - Hallie House (women only) Middletown 860-343-5513 0 12:18 am (0) open at 12:18 am
The Connection - Hallie House
ph - 860-343-5513 (women only)
The Connection - Mother's Retreat (women only) Groton 860-405-2107 3 12:56 am (3) open at 12:56 am
The Connection - Mother's Retreat
ph - 860-405-2107 (women only)
Wellmore Behavioral Health - Women & Children's Program (women only) Waterbury 860-574-3311 0 7:00 am (0) open at 7:00 am
Wellmore Behavioral Health - Women & Children's Program
ph - 860-574-3311 (women only)
Intermediate residential
Intermediate residential treatment for substance use disorders is a service provided in a facility licensed by the Department of Public Health to offer intermediate treatment. These services are provided in a 24 hour residential program that provides counseling and other rehabilitative services in a structured environment. These residential services are intended to address significant problems with behavior and functioning in major life areas due to a substance use disorder with the goal of community re-integration. A minimum of twenty hours per week of addiction services in a structured recovery environment is provided to individuals who generally remain in treatment for 3 to 6 months.
        Intermediate residential
Intermediate residential treatment for substance use disorders is a service provided in a facility licensed by the Department of Public Health to offer intermediate treatment. These services are provided in a 24 hour residential program that provides counseling and other rehabilitative services in a structured environment. These residential services are intended to address significant problems with behavior and functioning in major life areas due to a substance use disorder with the goal of community re-integration. A minimum of twenty hours per week of addiction services in a structured recovery environment is provided to individuals who generally remain in treatment for 3 to 6 months.
APT Foundation - Residential Services New Haven 203-337-9943 0 12/14 (0) open on 12/14
APT Foundation - Residential Services
ph - 203-337-9943
Community Health Resources (CHR) - Roots to Recovery (R2R). (men only) Willimantic 860-771-4895 0 6:26 am (0) open at 6:26 am
Community Health Resources (CHR) - Roots to Recovery (R2R).
ph - 860-771-4895 (men only)
Help, Inc. - Long Term Treatment (LTT) Waterbury 203-756-8984 x 107 3 12/14 (3) open on 12/14
Help, Inc. - Long Term Treatment (LTT)
ph - 203-756-8984 x 107
InterCommunity - Intermediate Program Hartford 860-714-3739 0 12/14 (0) open on 12/14
InterCommunity - Intermediate Program
ph - 860-714-3739
Liberation Programs - Liberation House (men only) Stamford 203-391-7940 0 12/14 (0) open on 12/14
Liberation Programs - Liberation House
ph - 203-391-7940 (men only)
Perception Programs - Perception House Willimantic 860-450-7130 0 12:48 am (0) open at 12:48 am
Perception Programs - Perception House
ph - 860-450-7130
Rushford - Stonehaven Portland 877-577-3233 0 12/14 (0) open on 12/14
Rushford - Stonehaven
ph - 877-577-3233
Southeastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (SCADD) - Lebanon Pines (men only) Lebanon 860-889-1717 x214 9 12/14 (9) open on 12/14
Southeastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (SCADD) - Lebanon Pines
ph - 860-889-1717 x214 (men only)
Youth Challenge - Men's Program Hartford 860-728-5199 1 12/14 (1) open on 12/14
Youth Challenge - Men's Program
ph - 860-728-5199
Long-term residential
Long term residential care for substance use disorders is a service provided in a facility licensed by the Department of Public Health to offer intermediate or long-term treatment or care and rehabilitation. This service is intended for individuals having significant impairment and long term difficulties with their functioning in major life areas due to a substance use disorder. Services are provided in a structured recovery environment having 24/7 staff supervision, and may include vocational exploration and training as well as skills training intended to assist individuals with re-integration into the community. Individuals generally remain in treatment for 6 to 9 months.
        Long-term residential
Long term residential care for substance use disorders is a service provided in a facility licensed by the Department of Public Health to offer intermediate or long-term treatment or care and rehabilitation. This service is intended for individuals having significant impairment and long term difficulties with their functioning in major life areas due to a substance use disorder. Services are provided in a structured recovery environment having 24/7 staff supervision, and may include vocational exploration and training as well as skills training intended to assist individuals with re-integration into the community. Individuals generally remain in treatment for 6 to 9 months.
MCCA - Trinity Glen Men's Program (men only) Sharon 860-672-6689 4 12/14 (4) open on 12/14
MCCA - Trinity Glen Men's Program
ph - 860-672-6689 (men only)
MCCA - Trinity Glen Women's Program (women only) Kent 860-672-6689 0 12/14 (0) open on 12/14
MCCA - Trinity Glen Women's Program
ph - 860-672-6689 (women only)
Transitional/halfway house
Transitional Living and Halfway Houses for people with substance use disorders are licensed by the Department of Public Health to offer intermediate, long-term treatment care and rehabilitation. These services are intended for individuals who have experienced significant problems with their behavior and functioning in major life areas due to a substance use disorder and are ready to reintegrate back into the community. Minimal services are provided in a structured recovery environment with the focus being primarily on obtaining employment.
        Transitional/halfway house
Transitional Living and Halfway Houses for people with substance use disorders are licensed by the Department of Public Health to offer intermediate, long-term treatment care and rehabilitation. These services are intended for individuals who have experienced significant problems with their behavior and functioning in major life areas due to a substance use disorder and are ready to reintegrate back into the community. Minimal services are provided in a structured recovery environment with the focus being primarily on obtaining employment.
Chemical Abuse Services Agency (CASA) - CASA Halfway House Bridgeport 203-339-4112 0 12/14 (0) open on 12/14
Chemical Abuse Services Agency (CASA) - CASA Halfway House
ph - 203-339-4112
InterCommunity - Clayton House Glastonbury 860-659-0309 0 12/14 (0) open on 12/14
InterCommunity - Clayton House
ph - 860-659-0309
McCall Center for Behavioral Health - McCall House Torrington 860-496-2105 0 12/14 (0) open on 12/14
McCall Center for Behavioral Health - McCall House
ph - 860-496-2105
Southeastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (SCADD) - Bank St. Women's Program (women only) New London 860-447-8021 2 12/14 (2) open on 12/14
Southeastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (SCADD) - Bank St. Women's Program
ph - 860-447-8021 (women only)
Southeastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (SCADD) - Coit St. Women's Program (women only) New London 860-442-1017 1 12/14 (1) open on 12/14
Southeastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (SCADD) - Coit St. Women's Program
ph - 860-442-1017 (women only)
Southeastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (SCADD) - Main St. Men's Program (men only) Norwich 860-889-3414 0 12/14 (0) open on 12/14
Southeastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (SCADD) - Main St. Men's Program
ph - 860-889-3414 (men only)
The Connection - 167 Liberty St. Program Middletown 860-343-5512 1 12/14 (1) open on 12/14
The Connection - 167 Liberty St. Program
ph - 860-343-5512
 
For questions please use the comments page
For questions please use the comments page