Treatment Resources for Substance Use and Mental Health
Substance Use Treatment Resources
The Women's REACH Program is designed to provide outreach, engagement, case management, recovery coaching, community connections to treatment, and recovery support resources to women in particular those who are pregnant and/or parenting.
PROUD is a SAMHSA-funded program for pregnant and postpartum women with substance use disorders living in the Greater Hartford and New Britain communities. Intercommunity, Inc. and Wheeler Clinic will provide clinical, case management, and recovery coaching services to eligible women and their family members.
Services are tailored to meet the specific needs of women by providing an experience that is trauma responsive and gender informed. Treatment incorporates evidence-based practices and evolves to meet the current needs of women in care.
The Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services has a website with statewide resources and information related to opioid use, treatment and recovery.
DMHAS has established the 24/7 Access Line to facilitate access to treatment for substance use disorders. Individuals from members, health professionals, and the general public via chat, text, phone, and email in both English and Spanish. anywhere in Connecticut may call to help with linkage to residential detox. The Access Line is able to prioritize transportation services for detox. The Access Line may also be able arrange transportation to DMHAS addiction residential treatment (although transportation services are prioritized for withdrawal management).
FBR is an intensive, in-home clinical program for families with children (birth to 5 years old) and treats individuals who are using substances or have a recent history of substance use.
Mental Health Treatment Resources
The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) offers brochures and fact sheets in Spanish on mental health disorders and related topics for patients and their families, health professionals, and the public.
The Network of Care for Mental/Behavioral Health is an online information portal for individuals, families and social service agencies concerned with community mental health services, substance use treatment programs and help for people with developmental disabilities. This online community provides critical information, communication and advocacy tools with a single point of entry for those seeking access to social services. It ensures there is "No Wrong Door" for those navigating the system of behavioral health resources, those working to avoid the need for formal services, and those ready to transition out of the behavioral health system.