Substance Abuse and Addiction Treatment Resources in Connecticut

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Connecticut Rehab

Find Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Connecticut That Works

“Constitution State,” “Nutmeg State,” and “Land of Steady Habits” are just a few of the nicknames for Connecticut. With endless opportunities for fun and adventure, this state offers countless activities and venues for both residents and tourists. It was also recently voted the seventh safest state to live in, according to U.S. News. Unfortunately though, despite all the good the state has to offer, Connecticut is not immune to the drug and alcohol addiction crisis facing the United States, including the opioid epidemic. In fact, opioid-related overdose deaths in the state continue to climb with a total of 917 in 2016.

But there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. There are numerous rehabilitation options available, both within the state and throughout the country, to treat substance use disorders (SUD). Many of these facilities are intended to not only help patients reach a state of sobriety, but to help them stay there for a lifetime. From inpatient and outpatient care to aftercare programs, there are treatments to accommodate every level of addiction.

Whether you’re the one struggling with addiction or you’re the loved one of someone who is, there are various resources available to assist you in choosing the best option. These include 24-hour toll-free hotlines that allow you to speak with a specialist who can provide guidance or just a listening ear. Take the reins back from addiction, and make the shift toward a life of sobriety.

Our Closest Facility:

The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper761 Cuthbert Boulevard Cherry Hill NJ 08002 (786) 780-1408

The Recovery Village – IAFF Center of Excellence does not operate in the state of Connecticut. Our closest treatment facility is in Marlboro, Maryland and can be seen in the map above.


Connecticut Opioid Crisis

The United States’ opioid epidemic has claimed thousands of lives across the country and in the state of Connecticut. The crisis began in the ’90s when doctors started to prescribe more opioids for pain management. As information came to light about the addictive nature of these medications, states like Connecticut began to restrict the number of opioid prescriptions that could be written. Opioid prescription rates in Connecticut went down from 69.1 per 100 residents in 2011 to 55.9 in 2016. However, the damage had already been done. Many people in the state who were addicted to opioid prescription medications moved on to more dangerous street drugs like heroin and fentanyl. As a consequence, opioid-related deaths have continued to rise. In 2011, 416 individuals in Connecticut overdosed on opioids. By 2016, that number more than doubled to 974 deaths.

Get Immediate Help

Connecticut Drug and Alcohol Hotlines

  • SAMHSA Treatment Helpline

    If you’re struggling with a substance use disorder, the SAMHSA Treatment Referral Helpline can help connect you with appropriate resources.

  • Poison Control

    This hotline can answer questions or address emergencies regarding medication and drug-related poisonings.

If you are in need of immediate medical assistance, call 911.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Connecticut Cities

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Connecticut Drug Abuse

You’re not alone, many struggle with drug abuse in Connecticut.

Connecticut is the third smallest state by area, but it still sees hundreds of substance abuse-related deaths every year. According to a recent survey, approximately 206,000 individuals aged 12 or older between 2013 and 2014 were dependent on or abused alcohol within the year prior to being surveyed (6.8 percent of all individuals in this age group). There was not a significant change in this percentage from 2010–2011 to 2013–2014.

IN 2016

The opioid-related overdose deaths continue to skyrocket in Connecticut from previous years, with nearly 1,000 fatalities. This includes heroin, codeine, morphine, fentanyl and hydrocodone.

IN 2015

Drug abuse is the leading cause of accidental death in the United States, claiming almost 56,000 lives in 2015. That’s more than the number of deaths caused by motor vehicle accidents or firearms.


The number of deaths from drug overdoses in the state of Connecticut — most of which were prescription drugs — increased in 2013 by 12 percent since 1999. In 1999, the rate was nine per 100,000.

in 2014

Less than ¼ of those struggling with a substance use disorder in Connecticut received medical help between 2007 and 2014. To reverse these trends, the drug use stigma must be erased.

Despite these alarming statistics, help is on the horizon, and it all starts with a simple phone call. By calling a 24-hour hotline, you can speak with someone about the substance you’re struggling with to help you find a rehab facility with treatment programs that best meet your needs. There are many centers in Connecticut, but you might find that getting treated at a center away from home will increase your chances of successful recovery.

Choosing a Drug and Alcohol Rehab Facility in Connecticut

Get the help you need in a healthy environment.

When it comes to treating drug and alcohol addiction, choosing the right rehabilitation facility could be the difference between getting off on the wrong foot or stepping on the road to recovery. With countless rehab centers in Connecticut and across the country to choose from, it’s important that you find a place that caters to your individual needs.

The Recovery Village is a nationwide group of rehabilitation centers that have helped countless people across the United States and the world get help for substance use disorders. With a dedication to individualized treatment and a commitment to quality care, The Recovery Village allows you to heal in a supportive and safe setting. Each facility:

  • Addresses substance use disorders alongside any co-occurring mental health conditions
  • Administers comprehensive, therapeutic techniques, including individual and group talk sessions
  • Utilizes evidence-based treatment models to provide high-quality care
  • Employs individualized treatment programs
  • Staffs dedicated, caring medical and clinical professionals committed to your recovery
  • Provides 100 percent confidential treatment

The Recovery Village: Your Destination for Wellness

With treatment centers across the country, The Recovery Village is dedicated to helping people leave drugs and alcohol behind for good. Offering a full continuum of care, this treatment center has programs ranging from medical detox through intensive outpatient. Each person is cared for by a team of addiction specialists who develop a customized treatment plan to suit specific needs and goals in therapy. Treating the physical symptoms of addiction as well as any co-occurring mental disorders, The Recovery Village can help you or a loved one find healing that lasts.

The Recovery Village Umatilla

The Recovery Village Umatilla

Umatilla, Florida

  • Medical detox care for drug and alcohol addiction
  • Programs of care: intensive inpatient, residential, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient
  • Sober living homes for continued support after treatment
  • Yoga therapy

The Recovery Village Columbus

 Groveport, Ohio

  • Supervised drug and alcohol detoxification
  • Treatment programs: residential rehab, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient
  • Yoga therapy
  • Art therapy
  • Two fully equipped gyms
  • Game room (equipped with shuffleboard and pool table)

Orlando Recovery Center

Orlando Recovery Center

Orlando, Florida

  • Medical detox for substance abuse
  • Intensive inpatient and outpatient, residential, partial hospitalization, and outpatient programs
  • Stabilization, residential, intensive outpatient, partial hospitalization and aftercare programs for eating disorders
  • Swimming pool, basketball and volleyball
  • Yoga therapy

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