Connecticut Drug Rehab and Treatment Programs

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New Haven - Inpatient Hospital Services

Signing up for a hospital inpatient program in New Haven, Connecticut is an efficient way of recovering from one's drug or alcohol addiction difficulty. This intensive form of rehabilitation will ensure that the client gets a high level of medical attention while going through the recovery process. Attending a New Haven hospital inpatient rehabilitation program is ideal for addicts who are physically addicted to drugs or alcohol and need careful monitoring of their withdrawal and detox procedure. They will be furnished care 24/7 by the staff at the hospital. Recovering individuals will also have access to any medication considered necessary by the physicians overseeing their case.

Listings near New Haven, Connecticut:

  • VA Healthcare Systems of Connecticut
    VA Healthcare Systems of Connecticut is an Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation Facility that can be found at:

    950 Campbell Avenue
    West Haven, CT. 06516
    (203) 932-5711x3887

    Treatment Services: Drug Detoxification, Methadone Detoxification, Inpatient Hospital Services, Outpatient Drug Rehab, Day Treatment Drug Rehab, Dual Disorders Rehab, Hiv/Aids Drug Rehab, Senior Citizen Drug Rehab, Pregnant Women Drug Rehab, Drug Rehab For Women, Drug Rehab For Men, Spanish Speaking
    Payment Categories: Self Pay Drug Rehab, Private Insurance, Military Insurance
  • Greater Bridgeport Community MH Center
    Greater Bridgeport Community MH Center is a Drug and Alcohol Recovery Center that can be found at:

    1635 Central Avenue
    Bridgeport, CT. 06610
    (203) 551-7612

    Treatment Services: Drug Rehab Treatment Programs, Drug Detoxification, Methadone Detoxification, Inpatient Hospital Services, Dual Disorders Rehab, Spanish Speaking
    Payment Categories: Medicaid - Drug Rehab, Medicare - Drug Rehab, State Financed Insurance - Drug Rehab, Private Insurance, Recovery Vouchers
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