Addiction Treatment

Adolescent Substance Abuse

Traditional approaches to working with adolescents with alcohol and/or drug problems have produced high drop-out rates and disappointing outcomes. Most young people do not seek substance abuse treatment of their own free will. By any definition, they are in the early stages of change. Our programs incorporate the latest research findings in the effective treatment of adolescent substance use and abuse. The first step involves conducting a comprehensive assessment and evaluation of the adolescent and his or her family to determine the most effective approach for treatment. Once an approach is developed, we continuously monitor and assess the adolescent’s progress toward achieving treatment goals to ensure the right level of care is being provided at the right time.

Adult Addiction Treatment

There are dozens of addictive substances ranging from alcohol to illegal drugs like heroin and cocaine to various prescription drugs. Each has unique withdrawal symptoms and short and long-term side effects, including emotional and mental disorders, that must be accommodated in successful substance abuse treatment programs. When you consider that programs also need to take into account a number of other factors unique to each patient: the reason for taking drugs, age, culture, gender, other possible addictions, it's clear why our individualized alcohol and drug treatment programs may provide you or your loved one the best possible chance for recovery.

Medication Assisted Treatment Close to Home (MATCH™): Suboxone®

Behavioral Health Network's medication-assisted treatment program gives you tools to fight opioid addiction while minimizing disruptions to your personal and work life. Treatment uses a combination of Suboxone®, which reduces cravings while allowing independent living, and relapse prevention groups that accommodate work schedules. Our psychiatrists and licensed clinicians use the latest evidence-based treatment to put you on the path to recovery.
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Addiction, Pregnancy And My Baby

A baby born to a mother diagnosed with substance use disorder — which includes any drug or medication taken during pregnancy that is not prescribed, particularly opiates — can suffer the same type of withdrawal symptoms as an adult.
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Natchaug Listing Detail


Natchaug Hospital is the key provider of a regional system of care for children, adolescents and adults who are living with mental illness and substance abuse problems.

Rushford Listing Detail


At Rushford, the challenges of addiction and mental health issues are met by the passion of specialists who treat every client with care, compassion and respect — throughout their time with us, and even after.

Acute Care Locations:

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The Hospital of Central Connecticut

The Hospital of Central Connecticut (THOCC) is a 414-bed, 32-bassinet, acute-care community teaching hospital with campuses in New Britain and Southington.

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