Alcohol & Drug Recovery Centers, Inc.
Intermediate Residential Program
500 Blue Hills Avenue, 9th Floor
Hartford, CT 06112
- Anyone 18 years of age or older.
- Anyone living in Hartford or the Greater Hartford area.
- Anyone with SAGA or any other insurance that will pay your stay in treatment.
- If you do not have insurance or an appropriate entitlement - please call for assistance, the program will determine your admission eligibility and refer you apply for applicable benefits.
- You need to be free from drugs of abuse and/or alcohol for at least 30 days.
- You need to have recently completed a 28 day (Intensive) program or have previous experience in this type of program.
- If you have a mental health condition, you need to take your medication as prescribed and be stable enough to benefit from Intensive services.
- If you have a medical problem, you need to take your medications as prescribed, be able to manage your medical condition on your own, and be stable enough to benefit from Intermediate services.
- Persons on methadone maintenance are welcome - Intermediate services are "methadone friendly".
- The program has 10 beds and you can stay up to 90 days (depending on authorization). Space is shared with 28 Intensive Program clients.
- You will attend regularly scheduled treatment groups including: relapse prevention, trauma issues, coping skills, gender, health, spirituality, medication management, and anger management.
- You will begin to rebuild a recovery support network including, as appropriate, involvement with: peer support networks [12 step], your family, your church, and your community.
- You will meet with a vocational counselor to begin preparation for employment or further job training or education.
- You will do some volunteer work.
- When referred, you may see a psychiatrist for evaluation and/or medication management.
- You and your primary counselor will work on creating your treatment plan according to your needs.
- Random drug screening is required.
- You will work to become a recovery role model in the community.
- You will learn skills to stay clean and sober and how to put structure in your life.
- You will learn more about yourself, your relapse triggers and managing your feelings.
- You will learn to become more responsible in daily living.
- You will learn to connect with others in recovery and to belong to a community. If you choose to follow 12 step programs, you will find a sponsor.
- You will learn how to reconnect with family, if you choose to do that.
- You will learn self care, including dental, medical, mental health, and spiritual needs.
- You will learn how to find and keep a job, or continue education.
- You will learn how to manage money and plan ahead.
- You will look for a safe and sober place to live after completion of the Intermediate program.
Founded in 1973, Alcohol and Drug Recovery Centers, Inc. (ADRC) is a private non-profit corporation located in Hartford, Connecticut, providing high quality substance abuse treatment and recovery-supportive services. We operate a number of facilities, offering a wide range of services to help our clients achieve and maintain a life free of the destructive effects of chemical dependency.