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Treatment Atlas

Shatterproof’s Treatment Atlas® (“Atlas”) is a free resource that provides transparent, unbiased information on the quality of addiction treatment facilities for people to use when seeking care. Atlas is designed for people with substance use disorders, their loved ones, care navigators and others to find treatment options that suit a person’s clinical needs and preferences. By showing how well sites align with evidence-based clinical practices, Atlas helps people successfully navigate the addiction treatment system.

 You can use Treatment Atlas to…

Take a brief assessment to determine an individual’s addiction treatment needs.
Locate and compare addiction treatment facilities using information on quality of care.
Filter search results by factors based on individual needs, such as: Distance, Special Groups Served, Languages Offered, Insurance Accepted, Substances Treated, and more!
Access user-friendly information on what to look for in quality addiction treatment.
Read feedback from real patients about their experiences at facilities.
Leave feedback about facilities at which you or a loved one have received treatment.

More info: treatmentatlas.org

Community Mental Health Affiliates (CMHA)

233 Main Street, New Britain 

M-F, 8am-5pm

Phone: 860.224.8192

Email: info@cmhacc.org

Website: cmhacc.org

Mission & Services

CMHA has been a leading provider of a comprehensive, high-quality behavioral health care system for individuals and families for over 45 years, so we know something about Recovery. We know to approach all people with attitudes of nonjudgmental optimism, humor, honesty, and compassion. We know that innovation and cultural diversity is a must. We know that everyone matters, there is no such thing as a hopeless case, and – most importantly – that Recovery is real.

To ensure ease of access and increase the chances of lasting Recovery, CMHA has an Open Access Center with regular hours on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. The moment you are ready for treatment, come to our 233 Main Street location and our caring staff will help get you connected to or enrolled in whichever service best suits your needs that same day.

We are changing lives every day here at CMHA, and when you’re ready, so are we. Please go to our website (www.cmhacc.org) or call us at 860.224.8192 to learn more about our quality services and programs for all ages.

*Due to COVID-19, Open Access Hours may be limited, please check our website or call to inquire.*

ROOT Center of Advanced Recovery

Root Center New Britain serves 800 patients daily from the New Britain community and surrounding towns. At Root Center, we are committed to serving the whole person and delivering comprehensive and compassionate mental health and substance use treatment for both adults and adolescents.

We utilize evidenced-based approaches in order to support you on your path to well-being. We offer many services to meet your needs that include group therapy, intensive outpatient programming, individual therapy, medication management, and family therapy.

Medication assisted treatment is also available, with a range of options including Buprenorphine, Naltrexone, methadone, and Naloxone.

Our comprehensive team includes experienced physicians, nurses, counselors, and support staff. We are committed to your success and we collaborate closely with the community to support you and provide coordinated, comprehensive care. Call us today to get started!

Hours are Monday-Friday 5:30am-4pm

Saturday 6-9a

Sunday closed

phone: (860) 827-3313
fax: (860) 827-3317

Address: 70 Whiting St, New Britain, CT 06051

Services: The Root Center provides a continuum of behavioral healthcare services to help individuals struggling with substance use disorders.

Our Purpose & Values

Using proven, evidence-based methods of recovery, we meet you where you are and guide you to where you want to be. Recovery isn’t entirely predictable or easy, but in our work together, every stage of progress affirms your ability to choose and manage the conditions of your life. You can come to know your own source of strength, and to share it with the people you care about most.

Our Purpose – Creating relationships that empower the courage and ability to change.
Our Values – Honor the power in everyone
Renew Ourselves to share our strength
Embrace new perspectives
Progress is the destination

Farrell Treatment Center

Farrell Treatment Center is a nonprofit substance abuse treatment facility licensed by the State of Connecticut. We are a recovery oriented system of care with a focus on the individual. Our programs are designed to assist our clients in finding solutions, strength and hope. We know that all of our clients having different needs and goals; therefore, we designed our treatment programs to incorporate a variety of approaches; 12 steps facilitation, mindfulness, relapse prevention, seeking safety, family involvement and neurobiological interventions are a sample of treatment modalities. Our staff are dedicated to helping others achieve a healthy, substance free lifestyle by providing a non judgmental atmosphere of respect and dignity.

Farrell Treatment Center
586 Main Street

New Britain, CT 06051

Telephone: (860) 225-4641
Email: info@farrell-tc.com
Web site: www.farrell-tc.com

New 2nd Location:

Farrell Outpatient Treatment Center

19 Bassett St

New Britain, CT 06051

Our administrative team can answer all your question and accept referrals. We accept Medicaid, Anthem, Connecticare, Optimum, United Behavioral Health, HealthyCT and self pay. Our self-pay rates are reasonable. For 28 days, we currently change $6000.00

IOP is 75.00 per day

Our outpatient services are based on income and typically less than or equal to a commercial insurance co-pay.

Corma Deo Recovery

We believe that recovery is a journey, not a destination. We believe in the inherent value of each individual in our care regardless of relapse: Your value is not determined by your ability to abstain from using illicit drugs. We believe in the power of choice and of teaching good decision making. We provide the platform to make good decisions and we provide a safe place when poor decision are made. We believe in teaching effective communication and the value of open honest relationship. We believe in family, friendship and fun.

Coram Deo Recovery is dedicated to meeting the substance abuse needs of women through our programs. We strive to provide affordable, accessible services of proven effectiveness and high quality that embrace dignity, respect and are holistically centered.

P.O. Box 2334
363 Linwood Street
New Britain, CT 06050-2334
Click here for Directions

Office Hours
Our office hours are Tuesday through Friday, from 10AM to 3PM.

Phone: (860) 348-3486
Fax: (860) 333-1264

Email: office@coramdeorecovery.org
Web site: www.coramdeorecovery.org

Community Health,Inc

85 Lafayette St, New Britain, CT 06051

Community Health Center, Inc.provides Medication Assisted Treatment in the form of buprenorphine (suboxone) and naltrexone (vivitrol). CHC, Inc. also provides integrated medical and behavioral health services, as well as dental care.
Individuals interested in seeking services, can contact (860)224-3642 and request to be connected with the MAT Program Team or "suboxone" services. They will be connected with the site's, Recovery Care Coordinator to assist with scheduling and obtaining naloxone (Narcan) if desired. For MAT Program questions/concerns, please contact MAT Program Manager, Traci Norman at (860)918-8012

Vita Pulita House

Vita Pulita House is a DMHAS approved and CTARR approved supported recovery housing services providing funded beds for Male addicts and alcoholics in early recovery coming out of inpatient treatment centers and DOC. Program provides all the supports and structure for maintaining a healthy lifestyle of continued recovery with strong emphasis on continued treatment and 12 step fellowships in a very structured and safe environment.

Telephone:(860) 259 5592
Fax: 860 673 5177

Mailing Address:
Vita Pulita House
P.O. Box 2816
New Britain, CT 06050
Email: cleanlivinghouses@gmail.com

Practitioner Locator

Community Mental Health Affiliates is located at 233 Main Street, New Britain. For a complete list of programs that operate out of this location, including those that offer Medication Assisted Treatment (Narcan, Buprenorphine Maintenance), please go to www.cmhacc.org/program-services or call 860.224.8192.


Change the Script

'Change the Script' is a statewide public awareness campaign to help communities address the prescription drug and opioid misuse crisis. In collaboration with the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS), Department of Consumer Protection (DCP), and Department of Children and Families (DCF) , DPH has launched an educational campaign for state residents that helps to increase awareness of the dangers of opioid and prescription drug misuse while focusing on decreasing the stigma of addiction and promoting life saving measures such as naloxone and treatment. The campaign materials available for use include social media messages, PSAs (radio and TV), billboards, posters, and brochures.

"Change the Script" is a toolkit that contains creative materials such as advertisements, posters, billboards, direct-distribution pieces, radio scripts, and other materials that can be co-branded and used locally. Ready-to-use materials that do not require customization are also available for distribution and use at the state level.

Nationwide Rehab Centers


Addictions.com is a free resource to access educational information and a multitude of rehab facilities and treatment centers in Connecticut. For more information visit: https://www.addictions.com/rehabs/connecticut/


At Rehab.com resources are created by experts in substance abuse treatment from leading nonprofit, academic, and government institutions.

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