Residential treatment programs allow people to recover outside a traditional clinical environment but still have the ability to provide crisis support if needed. It is a live-in facility providing therapy and support for substance abuse, mental illness, or other behavioral problems. A sober home in this category will normally serve as a step between an inpatient detox facility and your return to the general community. This helps you stay clean and keep on the right track. Most residential treatment programs are a short term, typical programs range from 30 to 90 days.
Connecticut Renaissance has provided quality substance abuse and mental health treatment to men, women, and adolescents throughout the state of Connecticut. Through programs run by a compassionate, committed, results-oriented team of counselors, therapists and administrators, Renaissance has earned the reputation as a leader in Evidence-Based Treatment practices, and continues to break new ground in the areas of positive outcomes, outreach, research, and community involvement.
Locations: Several addresses are listed for this organization, since they offer a wide range of services it stands to reason that not all locations offer the same services. Please see their Facilities Page for more information.
The Connection, Inc. has been one of Connecticut’s leading private, nonprofit human service and community development agencies. Each month thousands people throughout Connecticut are assisted by The Connection’s diverse behavioral health, family support and community justice programs. These programs reunite families, break the generational cycles of abuse and neglect, create safer, healthier communities and assist with mental illness and addiction issues. Our staff of 600, spread across offices throughout Connecticut, work to provide you with services when you need them most.
Locations: Middletown & New Haven, CT
Continuum of Care, Inc. is a not for profit organization serving adults diagnosed with mental illness, (such as major depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder [OCD], post-traumatic stress disorder [PTSD], borderline personality disorder, etc.) or severe developmental and intellectual disabilities, (such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, traumatic brain injury, or seizure disorders).
Location: New Haven, CT
Evergreen Family Oriented Tree, Inc. Our mission is to continue to help reduce recidivism among addiction, incarceration, and homelessness. We aim to provide resources for education and employment to those who are marginal and have low resources.
Location: New Haven, CT
HELP, Inc.: Our mission is to integrate people in recovery into their communities and improve the quality of their lives through mental health and substance abuse treatment. We focus on residential and non-residential substance abuse therapy, support and skill development.
A 4-month Residential treatment program for substance abuse or co-occurring disorders. Gender-specific groups, medication management services, and discharge planning are offered.
An Outpatient treatment program for substance abuse or co-occurring disorders. Same day screenings, gender-specific groups, and medication management are offered.
Intermediate and Long-term Licensed Community Residences and Residential Support Programs for Individuals in Recovery from a Psychiatric Illness.
Locations: Danbury, Torrington, & Waterbury, CT
InterCommunity, Inc. Our community health center provides same-day primary care services to every member of the community who walks in, regardless of life situation or ability to pay. We also provide a wide array of behavioral health services. Our Addiction Services offers a similarly wide range of substance use treatment and recovery-supportive services, with many sites in the Hartford area.
Locations: Hartford – East Hartford
Liberation Programs is one of Fairfield County’s leading behavioral health organizations specializing in treatment for all types of substance use disorders including alcohol, opiates, depressants and stimulants. Our mission is to help individuals and families overcome addiction in order to restore their lives and ultimately strengthen our communities. Liberation provides services for youth, adults and families that include two inpatient treatment programs, outpatient and intensive outpatient services.
Locations: Fairfield County, CT
The Lighthouse Sober Living Recovery Home: The Lighthouse offers a unique home environment for discerning professionals in recovery. You’ll find the comfort, upscale amenities, and professional support you need to build a lasting recovery and lifetime of sobriety.
Location: New Canaan, CT
MCCA, Midwestern Connecticut Council of Alcoholism, Inc. is the primary provider of substance abuse prevention, evaluation and treatment services in the greater Danbury area. MCCA has dedicated resources to treat those suffering from problem gambling with the Bettor Choice Gambling Program. This is an outpatient gambling specific treatment program funded by the State of Connecticut.
Locations: Danbury, New Milford, Torrington & Waterbury, CT
MCCA, Midwestern Connecticut Council of Alcoholism, Inc. Trinity Glen Men’s Program in Sharon: Trinity Glen is targeted to chronically addicted men who have been unable to maintain sobriety despite multiple treatments including intensive programs, halfway houses, detoxification, and shelters. This program is aimed at enhancing the individual’s sense of responsibility to himself and stresses the importance of their role in the community. Trinity Glen provides a therapeutic, structured, sober community living experience geared toward providing the necessary tools for re-entry into society.
Location: Sharon, CT
MCCA, Midwestern Connecticut Council of Alcoholism, Inc. Trinity Glen Women’s Program in Kent: Nestled in the hills of Kent, Trinity Glen Women’s Program is modeled after the men’s program in Sharon. Our facility offers semi-private dormitory rooms housing 11 beds with spacious living quarters and meeting rooms for women who are suffering from chronic addiction to drugs or alcohol. The women’s program is targeted to the chronic alcoholic who has been unable to maintain sobriety despite multiple treatments including intensive programs, halfway houses, detoxification and shelters.
Location: Kent, CT
McCall Center for Behavioral Health: We seek to alleviate the pain and human suffering brought about by substance abuse by providing comprehensive, integrated substance abuse and mental health treatment to help people lead healthier and more productive lives. Depending on the needs of the people we serve, we offer a full range of dependency and mental health treatment programs.
Location: Torrington, CT
Mercy Housing and Shelter Corporation provides housing assistance and supportive services to persons who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Offering services such as veterans case management and housing, a community respite program, and a short-term, 90-day housing and supportive services program for women in recovery.
Location: Hartford, CT
Mercy Housing and Shelter Corporation : Women’s Program and Catherine’s Place
A short-term, 90-day housing and supportive services program for women in recovery. This program works to transition them from treatment into the community, or awaiting another level of care in their treatment program.
Location: Hartford, CT
Mountainside is a nationally acclaimed behavioral health network providing individualized alcohol and drug addiction treatment. We respect each client’s recovery journey and have proudly served thousands of people in need for over two decades. By combining innovative clinical and holistic therapies with a data-driven approach, we empower our clients to completely transform their lives and achieve long-term recovery.
Location: Wilton, CT
New Life II: Christ Based Recovery Housing For Men. Our Mission: To provide a home-like residence with independent living. We offer individual and group sessions; in addition to a safe, drug-free environment where they can learn skills needed to restore a balance in the home. These skills will help them to overcome the life-changing challenges that has been causing them to struggle.
Location: New Britain, CT
At the center of a breathtaking 65-acre nature preserve, the Newport Academy East Coast location is surrounded by beautiful foliage, rolling hills, and flowing streams. The Newport Academy CT campus is convenient to both New York City and Connecticut airports, and offers a bucolic setting in which teens can find inner peace and personal healing. Residences are secluded and gender-separate, with comfortable common areas for downtime, group sessions, and relationship building. Separate housing for male and female clients.
Location: Bethlehem, CT
PERCEPTION PROGRAMS, INC. Since 1970, our dedicated staff has ensured accessible, culturally competent, individualized, and cost effective services for our clients and the community. We understand that each person has unique strengths and we help to build upon those strengths.
Services include: Behavioral Health Centers, Residential Services, Recovery Housing, Case Management, and Community Justice Services.
Locations: Willimantic – Danielson – Storrs
Pivot Ministries is a residential treatment program located in Bridgeport and Norwalk, CT. The Pivot process is faith-based. We are a nonprofit agency with four decades of successful experience assisting men challenged by alcohol and substance abuse. Pivot’s mission is to treat drug and alcohol addiction as a spiritual problem and return the men to their families usefully whole.
Location: Norwalk & Bridgeport, CT
River Valley Services (RVS), a community mental health center serving Middlesex County and the towns of Lyme and Old Lyme, is operated by the State of Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS). RVS’s goal is to provide the highest quality crisis intervention, case management, and residential and clinical services to adult citizens, 18 years of age and older, who suffer from serious mental disorders and who lack the financial means to secure such services in the private sector.
Location: Middletown, CT
Rushford at Stonegate: When your teenage son is struggling with addiction, it can be hard to tell where to turn. Rushford at Stonegate, in Durham, Connecticut, offers residential treatment for boys ages 13 to 18. The program engages even the most resistant teens and helps them focus on their individual strengths and make meaningful life changes.
Location: Durham, CT
Shoreline Recovery – Women’s Sober Housing: Our mission is to provide a safe family style living environment for those who are recovering from alcohol and drug addiction and to encourage those who want to change and improve the quality of their lives. Sober Living for Women on the CT Shoreline is a spacious home located within walking distance to the center of Branford, 12-Step meetings, library, restaurants, coffee shops and shopping. Off street parking is available and residents are permitted to have cars.
Location: Branford, CT
Shoreline Recovery – Men’s Sober Housing: Our mission is to provide a safe family style living environment for those who are recovering from alcohol and drug addiction and to encourage those who want to change and improve the quality of their lives. Sober Living for Men on the CT Shoreline
is a spacious home located within walking distance to the beach. On the bus line and only 1.5 miles to 12-Step meetings, Hagaman Memorial Library, restaurants and shopping. Off street parking is available and residents are permitted to have cars.
Location: East Haven, CT
Sober Solutions LLC’s recovery living centers are committed to providing safe, habitable housing for men and women motivated to maintain sobriety within an atmosphere of mutual peer support, companionship and personal responsibility. Our non-denominational philosophy is based upon, and emphasizes the 12 step program. By offering a structured environment, our recovery living centers foster insight, integrity, respect and independence for each program participant.
Locations: Manchester – East Hartford – Enfield – Waterbury
Turnbridge: The Turnbridge Women’s Program is a gender-responsive residential program that provides treatment for young women recovering from addiction, trauma, eating disorders, and other co-occurring mental health disorders. This comprehensive program addresses the unique ways in which addiction affects the physical, mental, and emotional health of young women.
Location: New Haven, CT
Wildwood Farm: is a unique recovery opportunity located along the Connecticut Shoreline for the LGBTQ+ person seeking time to heal from the challenges of addiction and co-occurring problems. Here the individual finds healing and discovers the hope that life will get better.
For the LGBTQ person this requires a healthy living situation that offers acceptance and the assurance of supportive care, in other words, a place that is “LGBTQ normative.” Where accepting LGBTQ lifestyles is the norm… The Farm warmly welcomes members of the gay community and friends of the gay community.
The objective of the sober house is to make a safe, comfortable home for the LGBTQ person in need of supportive services in establishing a successful recovery plan. The typical stay at the farm is 3, 6 and 12 months, however, other arrangements are possible.
Location: Madison, CT