Inpatient Rehab in Connecticut

Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Connecticut

Connecticut inpatient rehab centers. This page provides a list of Connecticut inpatient drug rehab centers, as well as inpatient alcohol rehabilitation centers within Connecticut. Find residential, inpatient rehabs near you.

Call (844) 210-5504 to get 24/7 help with treatment.

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20 Inpatient Rehab Centers in Connecticut

Se Council On Alcohol And Drug Dep Inc (scadd)/altruism House Female - New London, CT

Se Council On Alcohol And Drug Dep Inc scadd/altruism House Female is an inpatient addiction treatment center located in New London, Connecticut.

Location: 62 Coit Street, New London, CT 06320 in New London County

Treatment included:

  • Sliding fee scale
  • Adult women, co-occurring addiction and mental health treatment and judicial clients
  • Residential rehab and 90 day and 1 year rehab
  • Accepts cash or self-payment
  • Residential substance abuse treatment

Se Council On Alcohol And Drug Dep Inc (scadd)/altruism House/male - Norwich, CT

Se Council On Alcohol And Drug Dep Inc scadd/altruism House/male is a residential rehab center located in Norwich, Connecticut.

Location: 313 Main Street, Norwich, CT 06360 in New London County

Treatment included:

  • One year inpatient rehab and residential rehab
  • Adult men
  • Accepts cash or self-payment
  • Residential substance abuse treatment

Perception Programs Inc Perception House - Willimantic, CT

Perception Programs Inc Perception House is an inpatient alcohol and drug rehab located in Willimantic, Connecticut.

Location: 134 Church Street, Willimantic, CT 06226 in Windham County

Treatment included:

  • People with trauma, judicial clients and sexual abuse victims
  • Residential rehab and residential long term treatment
  • Accepts state health insurance
  • Inpatient treatment for drug/alcohol addiction and mental health diagnosis

High Watch Recovery Center - Kent, CT

High Watch Recovery Center is a residential rehab center located in Kent, CT.

Location: 62 Carter Road, Kent, CT 06757 in Litchfield County

Treatment included:

  • Intensive outpatient treatment, outpatient methadone/buprenorphine or naltrexone treatment and outpatient rehab
  • Accepts cash or self-payment
  • Residential treatment for substance use

Va Healthcare Systems Of Connecticut Substance Abuse Treatment Program - West Haven, CT

Va Healthcare Systems Of Connecticut Substance Abuse Treatment Program is an inpatient drug and alcohol rehab located in West Haven, CT.

Location: 950 Campbell Avenue, Unit 116-A3, West Haven, CT 06516 in New Haven County

Treatment included:

  • People with trauma and veterans
  • Inpatient detoxification
  • Accepts private health insurance
  • Inpatient opioid detoxification, inpatient alcohol detoxification and residential benzodiazepines detox
  • Regular outpatient treatment, 30 day inpatient rehab and inpatient hospital rehabilitation
  • Payment assistance

Rushford Academy - Durham, CT

Rushford Academy is an inpatient rehab situated in Durham, CT.

Location: 459 R Wallingford Road, Durham, CT 06422 in Middlesex County

Treatment included:

  • Accepts cash or self-payment
  • Residential substance abuse treatment
  • People with trauma, military families and LGBT
  • Short-term residential treatment, residential rehab and 90 day and 1 year rehab

Intercommunity Inc Coventry House Mothers/children Program - Hartford, CT

Intercommunity Inc Coventry House Mothers/children Program is a residential rehab center situated in Hartford, CT.

Location: 46 Coventry Street, Hartford, CT 06112 in Hartford County

Treatment included:

  • Residential substance use treatment
  • Accepts Medicaid
  • Long term rehab and long term residential rehab
  • Rehab for adult women and rehab for postpartum women
  • Payment assistance

Department Of Psychiatry Norwalk Hospital - Norwalk, CT

Department Of Psychiatry Norwalk Hospital is an inpatient alcohol and drug rehab located in Norwalk, CT.

Location: 24 Stevens Street, Norwalk, CT 06856 in Fairfield County

Treatment included:

  • Methamphetamines detoxification, inpatient alcohol detox and residential benzodiazepines detoxification
  • Partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient treatment services and inpatient hospital rehabilitation
  • Accepts Medicare
  • Residential treatment for substance abuse

Silver Hill Hospital Inc - New Canaan, CT

Silver Hill Hospital Inc is a residential rehab center located in New Canaan, Connecticut.

Location: 208 Valley Road, New Canaan, CT 06840 in Fairfield County

Treatment included:

  • Long term rehab, outpatient detox services and 30 and 60 day inpatient rehab programs
  • Adult women, adult men and rehab for teenagers
  • Halfway house
  • Accepts Medicare
  • Residential benzodiazepines detoxification, inpatient alcohol detox and inpatient opioid detox

Rushford Center Inc Residential Intensive Treatment Dmhas - Middletown, CT

Rushford Center Inc Residential Intensive Treatment Dmhas is a residential rehab center located in Middletown, CT.

Location: 1250 Silver Street, Middletown, CT 06457 in Middlesex County

Treatment included:

  • Sliding fee scale
  • 30 day inpatient rehab and long-term rehab
  • Accepts cash or self-payment
  • Residential substance abuse treatment
  • Adult women, rehab for adult men and people with trauma

Midwestern Connecticut Council On Alcoholism Inc/detoxification Program - Danbury, CT

Midwestern Connecticut Council On Alcoholism Inc/detoxification Program is a residential rehab center located in Danbury, Connecticut.

Location: 38 Old Ridgebury Road, Danbury, CT 06810 in Fairfield County

Treatment included:

  • Accepts cash or self-payment
  • People with trauma, domestic violence victims and adult men
  • Residential treatment for substance use
  • Sliding fee scale
  • Residential addiction treatment, outpatient rehabilitation and residential detoxification
  • Cocaine detox, methamphetamines detoxification and inpatient opioid detoxification

Stonington Institute - North Stonington, CT

Stonington Institute is an inpatient rehab located in North Stonington, CT.

Location: 75 Swantown Hill Road, North Stonington, CT 06359 in New London County

Treatment included:

  • Residential substance use treatment
  • Accepts Medicaid
  • Short-term residential treatment, residential detox and long-term rehab
  • Inpatient alcohol detox, residential benzodiazepines detoxification and inpatient opioid detoxification
  • Domestic violence victims, transitional-age young adults and rehab for older adults

Intercommunity Inc The Clayton House - Glastonbury, CT

Intercommunity Inc The Clayton House is an inpatient rehab situated in Glastonbury, Connecticut.

Location: 203 Williams Street East, Glastonbury, CT 06033 in Hartford County

Treatment included:

  • Residential substance abuse treatment
  • Accepts private health insurance
  • Long term rehab and residential long term rehab
  • Co-occurring addiction and mental health treatment, people with trauma and LGBT clients

Apt Foundation Inc Amethyst House - New Haven, CT

Apt Foundation Inc Amethyst House is a residential rehab center located in New Haven, Connecticut.

Location: 54 East Ramsdell Street, New Haven, CT 06515 in New Haven County

Treatment included:

  • Accepts private health insurance
  • Residential treatment for substance abuse
  • Short-term residential treatment, 90 day inpatient rehab and residential rehab
  • Rehab for pregnant women, adult women and judicial clients

Scadd Lebanon Pines Residential Program - Lebanon, CT

Scadd Lebanon Pines Residential Program is a residential rehab center situated in Lebanon, CT.

Location: 37 Camp Mooween Road, Lebanon, CT 06249 in New London County

Treatment included:

  • Inpatient treatment for co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders
  • Long-term rehab and 90 day inpatient rehab
  • Accepts Medicaid
  • Adult men, co-occurring addiction and mental health treatment and judicial clients

Mccall Center For Behavioral Health Mccall House - Torrington, CT

Mccall Center For Behavioral Health Mccall House is an inpatient alcohol and drug rehab situated in Torrington, Connecticut.

Location: 127 Migeon Avenue, Torrington, CT 06790 in Litchfield County

Treatment included:

  • Residential substance use treatment
  • Accepts cash or self-payment
  • Residential rehab and 90 day inpatient rehab

New Prospects Co Occurring Program - Bridgeport, CT

New Prospects Co Occurring Program is a residential rehab center located in Bridgeport, CT.

Location: 392 Prospect Street, Bridgeport, CT 06604 in Fairfield County

Treatment included:

  • Residential rehab and 30 and 60 day inpatient rehab programs
  • Accepts cash or self-payment
  • Rehab for adult women, co-occurring addiction and mental health treatment and rehab for postpartum women
  • Residential substance abuse treatment

Patrick F Mcauliffe Center Care Treatment Of Subst Abusive/dep Persons - Waterbury, CT

Patrick F Mcauliffe Center Care Treatment Of Subst Abusive/dep Persons is an inpatient rehab situated in Waterbury, CT.

Location: 70 Central Avenue, Waterbury, CT 06702 in New Haven County

Treatment included:

  • Accepts Medicare
  • People with trauma, co-occurring substance abuse and pain treatment and co-occurring addiction and mental health treatment
  • Residential substance abuse treatment
  • Inpatient hospital rehabilitation, 30 and 60 day inpatient rehab programs and hospital inpatient alcohol/drug treatment

Wellmore Behavioral Health Inc Women And Childrens Program - Waterbury, CT

Wellmore Behavioral Health Inc Women And Childrens Program is an inpatient drug and alcohol rehab located in Waterbury, CT.

Location: 79 Beacon Street, Waterbury, CT 06701 in New Haven County

Treatment included:

  • Dual diagnosis treatment, transitional-age young adults and rehab for adult women
  • Inpatient treatment for dual diagnosis
  • Accepts Medicaid
  • Payment assistance
  • Residential rehab and 90 day inpatient rehab

Central Naugatuck Valley Help Inc Rev Edward Dempsey Drug Services Program - Waterbury, CT

Central Naugatuck Valley Help Inc Rev Edward Dempsey Drug Services Program is an inpatient drug and alcohol rehab located in Waterbury, CT.

Location: 900 Watertown Avenue, Waterbury, CT 06708 in New Haven County

Treatment included:

  • Residential rehab and residential long term treatment
  • Accepts Medicaid
  • Active duty military, transitional-age young adults and sexual abuse victims
  • Residential substance use treatment

Call (844) 210-5504 to get 24/7 help with treatment.

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Connecticut Inpatient Addiction Treatment

When an individual is dealing with a drug or alcohol addiction, it can feel like things are almost impossible. They may watch as they lose their job or struggle to keep work, as they distance from some of their favorite hobbies just for the addiction, and their relationships may not be as strong as they once were. An addiction has the strength to take over the life of the individual and it is hard to control it without some help. That is exactly what a Connecticut inpatient rehab can provide to the patient.

A residential drug and alcohol rehab center in Connecticut can provide some of the relief that the patient will need from their addiction. During this time, the patient is able to move right into the facility, spending their whole time there rather than going home at the end of the day and having temptations try to throw them off their recovery. With constant medical supervision, the patient can focus on their recovery in a way that is not possible with any other type of treatment center.

There are many reasons why a patient should consider an inpatient drug rehab in Connecticut to help out when they are dealing with an addiction. No matter which substance caused the addiction to start with or how long the patient dealt with the addiction, an inpatient drug and alcohol treatment center in Connecticut can provide them with some of the relief they need.

Is Inpatient Alcohol Rehabilitation Better Than Outpatient Treatment?

Most professionals agree that inpatient alcohol and drug rehabilitation is better than outpatient treatment. For outpatient treatment, the patient will still receive therapy and some group support, but they will be allowed to leave and go to work and home at night. They may spend a few hours a day at the treatment facility and that is all.

While this works for patients who are not able to leave their daily lives but who need to get to work and school, there are some issues that come up. The patient is not receiving constant supervision, which makes it more likely that they will fall off again and start using the substance while in rehab. There are many triggers and temptations that occur when the patient does not stay at the facility full-time, which can make it harder to maintain sobriety.

If possible, the patient needs to consider inpatient rehabilitation for drug and alcohol addiction in Connecticut. This allows them more complete care and is proven to be more successful at maintaining long-term sobriety for the patient. When the patient chooses an inpatient treatment facility, they will leave the triggers and temptations behind and focus completely on their recovery, with nothing to distract them along the way.

During this facility, the patient will live full-time in the facility. They will eat, sleep, and live in the facility all the time, with constant medical supervision while they recover. If something does go wrong or the patient has a question during the treatment, they will always have a friendly face who is there to help them out. And they will be removed from their triggers and negative environment that often cause the addiction in the first place. This improves the chances that the patient will be successful, especially if they can stay for several months of rehab.

What Happens During Connecticut Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab?

When the patient first decides to enter into a Connecticut residential drug and alcohol rehab center, they will need to go through the admittance process. This is done to help file the paperwork, check the insurance, and help the patient meet with a medical professional. This can include questions and conversations to help the team learn more about the patient and their addiction and medical history. When it is done, the medical team will have a full treatment plan in place that is customized to the individual patient.

Once that is done, the patient will enter into detox. This provides them a chance to work through eliminating the substance from their body. Many patients who enter rehab have tried to withdraw from the substance on their own and failed. Their detox will be more successful when the patient attends the facility. They will have constant medical attention and supervision to ensure that the patient is safe and secure the whole time.

The detox can last up to 5 days for most patients. For some, the symptoms will be severe and hard to work with. This can make the detox uncomfortable and even life-threatening depending on the type of addiction that the patient has. They will be under constant supervision and will receive help and medication if necessary to get through the detox and feel better too.

As soon as the medical team feels that the patient is safe and stable, the patient will move into the inpatient treatment center and work on some of their therapy options. There are many options available and the patient will need to work through individual, group, and sometimes family therapy to help with the addiction.

During individual therapy, the patient will work to learn more about how addiction starts and why they became addicted in the first place. They can then move on to understanding their own personal triggers and how to cope with stress and future cravings so they do not fall back on the drugs. While each patient will focus on a different form of therapy based on what works for them, many patients will use CBT. This form of therapy helps the patient focus on their negative behaviors and change them to positive thoughts and behaviors that they can use in the future.

If the patient does have a mental health disorder at the same time, which is often known as a dual diagnosis, this can be treated while at the treatment center. The patient may go through additional therapy or be given medication to help with conditions like depression and anxiety. The patient may find out about the mental health disorder for the first time during this treatment, so it can help them to understand some of their symptoms better than ever.

Group therapy is another option that the patient will need to work with. This is time that the patient can spend with other addicts in the treatment facility. This allows the patient a chance to meet and learn from others who have been in the same situation with drug addiction and more. It is also a good start to forming a support group that the patient can utilize when they leave inpatient rehab in Connecticut.

Many facilities will also allow the patient to learn different skills that will help them when they are done with treatment. Job skills and life skills are options that many patients have not learned while addicted to a substance and struggling with daily life. These residential drug rehab facilities will help teach these skills so the patient is ready to re-enter society when they are done.

Once their time at inpatient rehab is completed, the patient will be given their aftercare plan and can continue with the necessary treatment later on. This process will be different for each patient. It includes a combination of medication, continued therapy (especially for any mental health disorders that were discovered during therapy), and support groups like 12-step programs. The goal is to provide the patient with some of the support and help they need to continue on with recovery and to stay sober for a lifetime.

How Long Does Residential Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Connecticut Last?

There are different lengths of treatment that the patient can choose for their drug or alcohol addiction. The one that works the best for the patient depends on how long they have struggled with addiction, whether they have relapsed in the past or not, and how much time they want to devote to their own recovery.

The most common lengths of time for the rehab in Connecticut is 30, 60, and 90-days. Many patients who enter into residential drug rehab in Connecticut for the first time will go for 30-days. This gives them a few weeks to get away from the negative environment and to start learning some of the coping mechanisms that they need to live a healthy life without drugs. Many will continue with an aftercare plan to help maintain their sobriety.

However, studies have shown that longer times in rehab will be more effective for helping the patient to get healthier and handle their addiction better than ever before. Those who spend at least 90-days in treatment will have more time to work on their recovery, mastering some of their therapy techniques and staying away from a negative environment. For some patients, six to twelve month treatment options are available.

How Much Does Inpatient Rehab Cost in Connecticut?

The average cost of residential drug and alcohol rehab in Connecticut will be between $15,000 to $20,000 for a 30-day stay. Patients who need to stay at the facility for longer may find that they will need to pay more to get all of the treatment done. Each facility offers different services and amenities so the patient will need to look into the costs for the specific treatment they want.

There are different things that will determine how much the patient needs to spend on their overall care. The length of time that the patient chooses to go to inpatient rehab, the location of the facility, whether they need to overcome an addiction to one or more substances at a time, and other special features of the addiction that come up. The medical team that the patient meets with at the beginning of the treatment center can help them determine the exact treatment plan for that patient.

Which Insurances Cover Residential Rehab Cost in Connecticut?

Most of the major insurance providers in the state of Connecticut will provide some of the coverage that you need to help pay for inpatient rehab for drug or alcohol addiction in the state. You will need to take a look at your own personal policy in order to figure out what is going to be covered. Most insurance policies will cover a certain percentage of the care that you receive, which means that patients will need to cover some of the costs on their own as well. The amount that the patient will need to pay depends on the exact policy that the patient has in place.

Before choosing a facility, the patient will need to take a look at the facility to see whether their insurance is covered there. Most Connecticut residential rehab centers will take most of the major insurance policies that you can have through work or personal use. You will need to double check to ensure the facility that you are working with will take the insurance that you would like.

For lower income patients, there are many state-funded facilities that the patient is able to work with to take Medicaid as an insurance that you need. If you do have Medicaid insurance in place, you will be able to find an inpatient rehab in Connecticut to work with. There are also many facilities who will work on a sliding scale to provide the patient with financial help if they can’t afford the full amount of the treatment or do not have insurance.

Choosing the Right Residential Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Connecticut?

There are a lot of choices that the patient will be able to choose when it is time to work with an addiction, no matter what the addiction may be. The patient will need to take a look at all of the different options for Connecticut inpatient rehab centers to make sure that they are able to get all of the care and recovery that they need. Do your research to find the right rehab center in order to get things going and to make sure that you are able to see your life turn around.