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Canaan, CT Drug Rehab Centers And Addiction Treatment Options

In 2018, 78 people in Canaan received treatment for drug and/or alcohol use disorders from the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. If you live in Canaan and need help to stop using drugs or alcohol, local help is available.

In 2018, 78 people in Canaan received treatment for drug and/or alcohol use disorders from the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. If you live in Canaan and need help to stop using drugs or alcohol, local help is available.

Addiction Treatment In Canaan, CT

You can find sober-living homes, transitional housing, and residential addiction treatment in Canaan. Other programs, including outpatient counseling, peer support groups, and medication-assisted treatment, are located nearby in Litchfield County.

Additional services to meet your treatment needs can be found in other parts of Connecticut and throughout New England.

Alcohol And Drug Detox Programs

When you stop taking drugs or drinking alcohol, you can experience withdrawal symptoms. Withdrawal can be painful and uncomfortable. It can also be a significant health risk.

Detox programs support you through withdrawal. They can take place in an inpatient facility or in the community. Detox should include medical supervision to safeguard your health during withdrawal.

Inpatient Addiction Treatment

Residential treatment programs provide a therapeutic and sober environment free of alcohol and drugs. You’ll attend group and individual counseling within a structured daily schedule.

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You can also receive gender-specific treatment, along with treatment programs designed to meet the needs of different age groups, from adolescents to older adults. Inpatient programs can offer peaceful, healing therapeutic environments where you can work on your recovery.

Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient treatment can be a “next step” after residential rehab. It can also be an effective treatment method for people who have a sober living environment and support at home.

Some outpatient programs can serve people who continue to work while attending treatment. Outpatient programs meet two to three days a week (or more) and include counseling, peer group support, and sober-living activities.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) combines evidence-based counseling, behavioral supports, and education with FDA-approved medications.

Studies by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) show that MAT is able to help people with alcohol, opioid, and tobacco use to stop using substances and remain sober. MAT can be used in outpatient and residential settings.

Aftercare And Alumni Services

Substance use disorders are complex and involve your mind and body. You didn’t develop a substance use disorder overnight.

Recovery is lifelong and you can support your health over the long term by participating in aftercare programs and alumni services. Continued evidence-based group and individual counseling, peer groups, and sober-living activities may be available.

Length Of Addiction Treatment

The longer you’re able to attend treatment, the greater your chances of a lasting recovery. Your treatment should be individualized, and it should be designed to meet your needs based on your history of substance use and treatment.

Within this framework, you will find common program lengths:

  • 30-day programs
  • 60-day programs
  • 90-day programs
  • 120-day programs

How To Pay For Treatment

Connecticut’s drug and alcohol treatment programs accept most private insurance plans. You can also pay for treatment on your own, and payment plans or scholarships may be available. Connecticut offers state-funded drug and/or alcohol rehab programs, including opioid use disorder services. Many rehab programs also accept Medicaid and Medicare.

Substance Abuse Trends In Canaan, Connecticut

More than 3,060 people in Canaan’s mental health and substance use disorder region in Connecticut were admitted to residential treatment in 2018.

Other local facts include:

  • No one in Canaan died of a drug or alcohol overdose in 2018, but more than 2,800 people in Canaan’s service region received medication-assisted treatment (MAT), primarily for opioid use disorders.
  • Five people from Canaan were admitted to residential treatment for co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders in 2018.

The Nearest Addiction Campuses Treatment Center: Swift River

Swift River is a holistic drug and alcohol rehab center located about an hour and a half north of Canaan. Our 500-acre wooded campus provides wilderness and adventure therapy programs. These programs can help you learn about yourself and develop confidence in recovery.

We also offer a wide range of evidence-based therapy and treatment. To learn more about the programs and services available at Swift River, contact Addiction Campuses today.

Office of the Chief Medical Examiner - https://portal.ct.gov/-/media/OCME/Statistics/AccidentalDrugIntoxication2012-June2019.pdf?la=en

Patch - https://patch.com/connecticut/across-ct/ct-drug-overdose-deaths-town-town-2018

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