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Recovery is a Reality

Recovery is a Reality. 24/7/365.

Every day, THOUSANDS of people recover from addiction. You can, too.
There are organizations ready to help with resources and people who care.

You can do it. We can do it.
Let’s get started.

Call or visit any of these organizations to make recovery a reality for you:

Community Health Resources (CHR)
Outpatient & Residential Recovery

Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR)
Recovery Centers, Coach, & Peer Support Group

Day Kimball Healthcare
Adult Outpatient & Inpatient, Adolescence Outpatient

Generations Family
Health Center
Behavioral Health; Substance Use Disorder Outpatient Treatment
860-963-7917 (Putnam)

Youth & Family Center
Community Support
Romeo Blackmar, Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinator
860-315-9622 x. 124

Learn to Cope
Support group for families touched by addiction

Natchaug Hospital
Adolescent Partial Hospitalization, Residential Treatment Program

Perception Programs, Inc.
Needle Exchange, Medication-Assisted Therapy, English & Spanish Speaking

Quiet Corner Cares
Putnam-based Recovery House (in development)

Supporting and Engaging Resources for
Action and Change (SERAC)
Narcan Training & Kits

United Services
Group & Individual Adult Therapy

12 Step Programs for Those Who Struggle with Addiction:

Alcoholics Anonymous

1-866-STEPS12 (1-866-783-7712)

Narcotics Anonymous

Connecticut Region of Narcotics Anonymous
PO Box 1817
Meriden, CT 06450
Phone: 1 (800) 627-3543

Naloxone Pharmacy Locations
There are pharmacies in every corner of our state with pharmacists who are certified to prescribe Naloxone, a medication designed to rapidly reverse opioid overdose.   Follow the link below to find a pharmacy near you:
Naloxone (Narcan) Dispensing Pharmacy Locations















Made possible with funding from the CT Department of Public Health



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