If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, we can help.
We founded our referral service so that each addict finds the program that offers the best hope for his or her recovery. Combating and defeating addiction is much easier when the addict has the support of caring and knowledgeable pros. That’s why we are here: to provide guidance for addicts and their loved ones in desperate need of professional help.
Call our helpline now at (800) 435-2890 or fill out the form below for assistance.
Countless thousands of people have turned to our unique drug-abuse solution referral service over the years. We take pride in being the very best, most comprehensive drug rehabilitation referral service in the US.
We know that each addict is unique. We also know that not each rehab program works for the same for each person. So, our mission is very straightforward: to match each struggling addict with the rehab program offering the greatest prospect for their long-term recovery.
Affordable Detoxification and Drug Rehabilitation
The cost of detox and rehabilitation is usually a major concern when it comes to deciding on treatment. Because we understand that, we take great care to seek out long-term residential intensive treatments that are both low-cost and effective.
Long-term rehab programs average 2 to 3 months, even though the majority of programs we refer our clients to do not charge extra costs if the program goes beyond its usual duration. That’s because it’s not unusual that some clients will require treatment going beyond the usual term.
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Accredited and Qualified Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation in Connecticut
Each Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program in our referral network is Fully Approved and State Certified.
On average the programs we refer our clients to attain excellent success rates when compared to the industry average. The majority of the programs in our referral network are not-for-profit drug and alcohol treatment programs. We have been innovators in the sphere of drug dependency and alcohol detoxification referrals for years.
Detoxification and Rehab Success Components
We firmly believe that drug and alcohol addiction can only be dealt with successfully when the addict focuses on a return to personal ethics and morals, acknowledging duty toward family members and society in general. Getting help in the form of a customized referral to a registered Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program in Connecticut is the first crucial step.
The first step to recovery starts here. The programs in our referral network employ only tried and true treatments.
We refer our clients to solutions-oriented drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs, assisting them to permanently end their addiction.
Drug Information – Connecticut
Cocaine is widely abused in Connecticut. Crack is preferred over powder cocaine. Crack is available in many sizes, from gram to kilogram quantities.
Heroin poses the greatest threat in Connecticut, and its abuse is widespread, afflicting both suburban and urban areas. Demand is high and the drug is easily accessible. The popularity of heroin is due to increased availability of low-cost heroin that is snorted or smoked rather than injected. Heroin is sold on the street in small bags or with brand name on the package.
The majority of the commercial-grade marijuana in Connecticut comes from Mexico and the southwest United States.
Ecstasy is readily available and abused in Connecticut. It is a popular drug of choice among college age individuals.
Current investigations indicate that diversion of Vicodin and oxycodone products such as Oxycontin continues to be a problem in Connecticut.
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According to data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 262,000 Connecticut’s citizens over the age of 12 have used illicit drugs.
Additional results indicate that 98,000 Connecticut citizens reported dependence and/or abuse within the past year.
During 2006, there were 46,491 admissions to drug/alcohol treatment in Connecticut.
47,155 such treatment admissions occurred during 2005.