Vernon Connecticut Recovery Resources

Vernon Connecticut Recovery Resources

Addiction Recovery Resources and the City of Vernon

The City of Vernon offers a strong and growing community supporting recovery from addiction. Recovering alcoholics and drug addicts have access to a strong recovery support network and a comprehensive collaborative of organizations in the continuum of care, beyond sober living homes. The city itself is home to many organizations serving those in recovery, including sober living homes throughout the city.

Clinical Addiction Recovery Services in Vernon, Connecticut

Vernon’s clinical recovery support organizations include detox and rehab facilities, clinical stabilization, transitional support, recovery coaching, and other organizations serving men and women in recovery. In addition to serving those struggling with addiction, many of these organizations focus on the encouragement and support for the friends and family members of those in recovery.

Recovery Community Support in Vernon, Connecticut

Vernon’s community is supportive and encouraging to those in recovery. Vernon’s care providers are educated and empathetic towards recovering addicts. The opioid epidemic has had a devastating affect on our city, and everyone offering care and resources to those in recovery understand we must work together to win our war against drugs and alcohol and the damage they cause.

Vernon’s community leadership have a longstanding commitment to working together in service of those in recovery.

Sober Living in Vernon, Connecticut

Vernon, Connecticut is home to many sober houses for men and women. Vanderburgh House operates sober homes in the City of Vernon and elsewhere in Connecticut. We encourage all interested applicants to view our homes and reach out with any questions. Sober living is relied upon by countless men and women in recovery to support and encourage their steps towards independent living.

Vernon Sober Living for Men in Vernon

Vernon Sober Living for Women in Vernon

Recovery Support Services in Vernon, Connecticut


Region 4
DMHAS-Operated Substance Abuse Programs
Blue Hills Hospital,
Substance Abuse Division
500 Vine Street
Hartford, CT  06111
PH:  860-293-6400  FAX:  860-722-2067
Mobile Crisis: 860-297-0999

Region Four
DMHAS-Funded Substance Abuse Programs
Intercommunity Recovery Centers, Inc.
500 Blue Hills Avenue
Hartford, CT  06112
PH:  860-714-3701  FAX:  860-714-8972
Catholic Charities/Catholic Family Services, Inc.
839-841 Asylum Ave.
Hartford, CT  06105
PH:  860-728-2579  FAX:  860-548-9343
Community Mental Health Affiliates (CMHA)
Administration Offices
233 Main St.
New Britain, CT  06051
PH:  860-223-2778
Community Renewal Team (CRT), Inc.
555 Windsor Street
Hartford, CT  061205
PH:  860-560-5600
55 Fishfry Street
Hartford, CT  06120
PH:  860-247-8300
Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR)
198 Wethersfield Avenue
Hartford, CT  06114
Ph:  860-244-2227; 1-800-708-9145 (CT only)
Fax:  860-244-2228
Farrell Treatment Center
586 Main Street
New Britain, CT  06051
PH:  860-225-4641  FAX:  860-225-4642
Friendship Service Center of New Britain, Inc.
241-249 Arch Street P.O. Box 1896
New Britain, CT  06051
PH:  860-225-0211  FAX:   860-348-9040
281 Main Street
East Hartford, CT  06118
PH:  860-569-5900  FAX:  860-569-5614
Mercy Housing & Shelter Corp.
211 Wethersfield Ave.
Hartford, CT  06114
PH:  860-808-2040 FAX:  860-548-0692
Root Center for Advanced Recovery (a trade name of The Hartford Dispensary)
345 Main Street
Hartford, CT  06106PH:  860-525-2181  FAX:  860-525-7332
Stafford Family Services
c/o Warren Memorial Town Hall
21 Hyde Park Road
Stafford Springs, CT  06076
PH:  860-684-4239  FAX:  860-684-0511
Wheeler Clinic, Inc.
91 Northwest Drive
Plainville, CT  06062
PH:  860-793-3500  FAX:  860-793-3520
Youth Challenge of CT, Inc.
15-17 May Street
Hartford, CT  06105
PH:  860-728-5199  FAX:   860-524-0418


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