Addiction Treatment In New Milford, CT
You’ll need to travel to Danbury for outpatient treatment if you live in New Milford. You may access additional services, including residential treatment and medication-assisted treatment, in other areas of Litchfield County.
Look for gender-specific treatment and other forms of care in other parts of Connecticut and neighboring states like Massachusetts.
Alcohol And Drug Detox Programs
Detox programs are an important component of addiction treatment. Detox programs help you successfully cope with withdrawal symptoms, which can be unpleasant and uncomfortable.
To minimize risk and increase your comfort, detox programs include medical supervision. Most detox programs last three or four days. They can take place in a residential or outpatient setting.
Inpatient Addiction Treatment
An inpatient or residential treatment program provides 24 hours of substance-free living and support for recovery. Residential programs offer evidence-based practices like cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT).
Questions About Treatment?
Call now to be connected with one of our compassionate treatment specialists.(888) 966-8973
Experiences that help you build skills for recovery may also be included in residential treatment program, including art, music, and wilderness therapies.
Outpatient treatment programs form a part of the continuum of care for substance use disorders. NIDA studies report that outpatient treatment can be effective in helping people to continue to develop coping skills for recovery.
Outpatient programs meet in the community and include psychotherapy, education, and peer group support like 12-step meetings.
An evidence-based practice, medication-assisted treatment (MAT) combines FDA-approved medications and therapy. It can be used as part of residential or inpatient treatment or as part of an outpatient program.
MAT can treat opioid and alcohol use disorders. Many MAT programs, especially for opioid use, last longer than six months. MAT medications may also help to ease withdrawal symptoms.
Aftercare And Alumni Services
Many people are able to reinforce their sobriety and continue to live happy and productive lives by participating in alumni and aftercare programs.
You may have formed close bonds with the people who went through rehab with you, and alumni programs help to reinforce those bonds. Aftercare services continue to support health and sobriety through therapy, education, and peer groups.
Length Of Addiction Treatment
There’s no such thing as “one size fits all” when you’re seeking to recover from drug and alcohol use.
However, many treatment programs have common lengths that include:
- 30-day treatment
- 60-day treatment
- 90-day treatment
- 120-day treatment
How To Pay For Treatment
The state of Connecticut provides funding for addiction treatment programs, including medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid use disorders. Most drug and alcohol treatment programs in the state also accept major private insurance plans.
You can find rehabs which offer a sliding fee scale or discount for private payment.
Substance Abuse Trends In New Milford And Litchfield County, Connecticut
A total of 487 residents of New Milford were admitted to drug and alcohol treatment by the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) in 2018.
DMHAS treated 45 people from New Milford with a dual diagnosis of behavioral health and substance use disorder in 2018.
In the first six months of 2018, Litchfield County emergency rooms treated 111 people for opioid overdoses.
The Nearest Addiction Campuses Treatment Center: Swift River
Swift River is a holistic drug and alcohol rehab center located about two hours north of New Milford. Our campus includes 500 acres of wooded land in the Berkshire mountains. Our natural setting supports year-round adventure and wilderness therapy.
Our program includes a complete range of services, from detox to alumni/aftercare services. Offering support for you and your family, Swift River can help you to stop using drugs and alcohol and build a substance-free life and future.
To learn more, contact Addiction Campuses today.Article Sources
Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services - https://www.ct.gov/dmhas/lib/dmhas/eqmi/annualreport2018.pdf
Connecticut Department of Public Health - https://portal.ct.gov/-/media/DPH/Injury-Prevention/2018Q3toQ4_opioidEDs.pdf?la=en
Office of the Chief Medical Examiner - https://portal.ct.gov/-/media/OCME/Statistics/AccidentalDrugIntoxication2012-June2019.pdf?la=en