Detoxification Programs

Call a program and complete their initial screening process for admission. Even if there is availability, admission is based off a screening process.

Note: If a program does not have availability, contact another provider listed below or inquire about wait list procedures.

MCCA

a medically monitored, caring and friendly atmosphere to help people safely and effectively detoxify from alcohol and/or other drugs. Each person admitted receives a medical and clinical evaluation, followed by medication administration to help them detox in a safe and comfortable way. A structured program consisting of educational groups, 12-step meetings and individual counseling sessions is also part of the process.

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Phone:

(203)792-4515

Danbury. CT

First Step

The medically monitored residential detoxification unit is for individuals struggling with addiction. We welcome males and females, age 18 and over with a substance dependence disorder, that need detox from alcohol, opiate and/or benzodiazepines.

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Phone:

(203)416-1915

Bridgeport, CT

Rushford

Rushford’s caring and compassionate staff is committed to helping you safely and comfortably detox from opioids, benzodiazepines, alcohol or other substances. Our medical detoxification program offers medication to help ease the discomfort that comes as substances leave the body, along with 24-hour medical supervision from registered nurses and board-certified physicians.

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Phone:

(877)577-3233

Middletown, CT

SCRC

If you are ready to stop using drugs or alcohol, we are here to help you through the process. Our 26-bed, coed, inpatient detox facility, located at 232 Cedar Street in New Haven, provides the full-time medical care that you need to break your physical dependence on alcohol and/or drugs. Our caring staff is specially trained to help you through every step of this process and to keep you safe. The average inpatient detox stay is 5 days, after which we will connect you to the recovery services you need.

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Phone:

(203)503-3639

New Haven, CT

Access Line

is a 24/7 call center, funded by DMHAS. They assist those struggling with addiction by finding an available detox bed and will arrange transportation to the accepting facility. 

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Phone:

(800)563-4086

State of CT

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NM CAN thanks Western CT Coalition for it's support.

The Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services partially funds this program.