Sober Living Connecticut
Sober living Connecticut is here to help you find a place to continue your recover. We understand that finding the correct environment while continuing the work of recovery is vital to a persons success. There are many factors to consider in a sober home like, cost, atmosphere, peer group, and continued therapy in house.
Sober living houses in Connecticut range from homes to apartment communities and are group homes for people afflicted with addiction. These homes can be owned by people in the private sector, some of the houses belong to a group of companies, and may even belong to non profit groups. The houses tend to be placed in a discreet locations, to garner a tranquil environment for persons to recover.
These houses should not be confused with rehabilitation centers. Rehabilitation centers are often more rigorous with therapy and restrictive with a persons freedom. Persons in sober living environments often get to set their own daily schedule for coming and going within the bounds of the facility rules. For instance, most homes require residents to work during the day and return by curfew. Programs often test it’s inhabitants through drug screens to ensure their sobriety.
People living in these types of programs are responsible for themselves. Being responsible in an important step for recovery. The lifestyle of addiction often causes the person to lose control over their life. Living as independently as possible, addicts buy their own food, pay rent and complete chores around the house.
Sober Living ConnecticutSober Living Facilities in Connecticut
|Facility Name||Street Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone||Demographics||Payment|
|Mountainside Treatment Center||187 South Canaan Road||Canaan||CT||6018||(860) 824-1397||Women, Men||Self payment, Private health insurance|
|Clayton House||203 Williams Street East||Glastonbury||CT||6033||(860) 659-0309||Gays and Lesbians, Women, Men||Self payment, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health insurance|
|Youth Challenge of Connecticut||32 Atwood Street||Hartford||CT||6105||(860) 527-2000||Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, Women||Self payment|
|ADRC Recovery House/ALC||56 Coventry Street||Hartford||CT||6112||(860) 714-3705|
|Connection House Inc||167 Liberty Street||Middletown||CT||6457||(860) 343-5512||Persons with HIV/AIDS, Men, Criminal justice clients||Self payment, Access to Recovery|
|Connections Inc||205 Orange Street||New Haven||CT||6510||(203) 397-0304||Medicaid, Medicare, Private health insurance|
|Connection Inc||48 Howe Street||New Haven||CT||6511||(203) 946-3081||Medicaid, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid)|
|SE Council on Alc and Drug Dep Inc||1000 Bank Street||New London||CT||6320||(860) 447-8021||Women||Self payment, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid)|
|SE Council on Alc and Drug Dep Inc||62 Coit Street||New London||CT||6320||(860) 442-1017||Women||Self payment, Medicaid, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid)|
|SE Council on Alc and Drug Dep Inc||313 Main Street||Norwich||CT||6360||(860) 889-3414||Men||Self payment, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid)|
|Department of Veterans Affairs||287 West Street||Rocky Hill||CT||6067||(860) 616-3600||Medicaid, Medicare, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health insurance, Military insurance (e.g., VA,TRICARE)|
|McCall Foundation||127 Migeon Avenue||Torrington||CT||6790||(860) 496-2105||Seniors/older adults, Women, Men||Self payment, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid)|
|VA Healthcare Systems of Connecticut||950 Campbell Avenue||West Haven||CT||6516||(203) 932-5711x3887||Self payment, Private health insurance, Military insurance (e.g., VA,TRICARE)|
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