Mental Health & Addiction Services

In an emergency, Call: Mobile Crisis Unit Hotline Toll Free

(888) 447-3339 (24 Hours)

§ Northwest CT Substance Abuse & Mental Health Resource Guide

Go to the website below to get this very comprehensive guide.

http://www.authenticrecovery.org/resources

§ CT Narcotics Anonymous 

Statewide 24/7 Hotline :  1-800-827-3543

§ AA (Alcoholics Anonymous)

www.aa.org

Meetings are held at the following locations:

Canaan – Mountainside, Route 7

Falls Village  – Falls Village Congregational Church

Kent – First Congregational Church: Parish House

St. Andrew’s Church: Parish House

Lakeville  – United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall

Trinity Episcopal Church

Sharon – Sharon Hospital, Hospital Hill Road

Salisbury  – Noble Horizons, 17 Cobble Road

Meeting times listed monthly in your local newspaper

§ Alcohol Awareness: Drunk Driving

http://alcoholawareness.org/information/drunk-driving.html

§ Al-Anon (Family, Spouses, Friends of Alcoholics)

Canaan, CT – Mountainside, Route 7

Millerton, NY – Presbyterian Church

Torrington, CT – Charlotte Hungerford Hospital

Meeting times listed monthly in your local newspaper. See also  www.aa.org

§ Catholic Family Services

132 Grove Street

Torrington CT 06790

(860) 482-5558  www.cccfs.org

Outpatient care: Mix of mental health and substance abuse services.

§ Charlotte Hungerford Mental Health

(860) 496-6350

§ Greenwoods Counseling Referrals, Inc. Litchfield

(860) 567-4437     www.greenwoodsreferrals.org

Provides referrals for high quality and affordable mental health care and related social services to individuals, families and children.

§ Housatonic Youth Service Bureau 

(860) 824-4720

§ High Watch Farm

(860) 927-3772

www.highwatchrecovery.com

Kent, CT

High Watch is a residential retreat facility for those with an alcohol and/or drug problem.  The program is based upon the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous.  Also offered is a Rest and Renewal Program.

§ Infoline 211

Directory of Community Services

§ MCCA (Midwestern CT Council of Alcoholism)

(877) 874-6222 for confidential inquiries.  http://www.mccaonline.com Substance abuse prevention, evaluation and treatment services.

§ McCall Center for Behavioral Health

The McCall Center for Behavioral Health

Offices in Torrington, Winsted and at our new satellite office on the Geer Campus in North Canaan

58 High Street

Torrington, CT 06790

Centralized intake line: (860)496-2100

www.mccallcenterct.org

 

McCall is a private, non-profit, behavioral healthcare agency focused on recovery, prevention and community. We provide a full range of high quality and compassionate care for substance abuse and mental health treatment including;

*Intervention programs,

*Outpatient treatment; intensive, traditional and medically assisted,

*Residential care; intensive and intermediate and

*Mental health outreach and treatment.

 

§ McDonough House/MCCA

Drug and alcohol rehabilitation, detox and evaluation.

203 Old Ridgebury Road, Danbury, CT

(203) 792-4515 / (877) 874-6222 

mccaonline.com

§ Mountainside

(860) 824-1397

mountainside.com

Canaan, CT

An addiction treatment center providing innovative inpatient substance abuse treatment at an affordable cost.  Mountainside incorporates many approaches, including detox, to treating the disease of addiction helping the individual get into recovery and design a plan for living.  Mountainside’s mission: To Help people discover their innate ability to heal themselves in Mind, Body and Spirit.

§ NY State Crisis Hotline

(845) 485-9700

§ NAMI ( National Alliance for Mental Illness) 

 www.nami.org   Support Group for families & friends of adult individuals with behavioral health issues in the Danbury area, at the Danbury Unitarian Universalist Congregation.  For more information contact: Gale at 860-350-4915 or rabbatnet@aol.com.  For other resources see website.

§ Community Mental Health Affiliates

Provides integrated behavioral health care.

100 Commercial Blvd., Torrington CT

(860) 482-8561

§ Prime Time House

We give people with mental illness the choice of having a place to go versus isolating at home, a place to build relationships, access support and pursue their goals. We promote health, wellness and recovery, and provide an array of employment opportunities so that everyone who wants to return to work has the choice and opportunity to do so. 

 (860) 618-2479   www.primetimehouse.org

§ Senior Behavioral Health Center of Sharon Hospital

(860) 364-4288

Offers 24-hour, inpatient services available to adults 55 years of age and older who are experiencing acute psychiatric problems.

§ Substance Abuse in College

 National Institute on Drug Abuse points out that the use of marijuana, prescription drugs and illicit drugs is on the rise. The good news is that students can be proactive in understanding what constitutes substance abuse, how to keep their own habits in check, and how to spot problems in themselves or others. The guide at the website below offers a wealth of resources to help students do all of those things and more.  http://www.affordablecollegesonline.org

§ Western Ct Mental Health Authority

(860) 496-3700 Hotline: (888) 447-3339

Torrington, CT

For Support, Information & Referrals

  

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