Addiction is difficult, but it is important to know that there are others here to support you. You are not alone.
Addiction is difficult, but you are not alone. Others have survived and succeeded in their life with addiction. There is hope! There are many different ways to get support depending on your comfort level. You are in control. You can attend a group meeting, call a helpline, call a peer, drop in to a support center to talk to someone privately, or reach others online. Someone is available and wants to hear you and your story!
Your key to success can be found in any one of these support groups:
Connecticut Community For Addiction Recovery (CCAR) has three Recovery Community Centers located in CT to work with you when you or your loved one is ready to begin recovery.
CCAR’s recovery centers provide a variety of recovery services including:
Opioid Education and Family Support Groups are being held throughout the state for adult and young adult (age 16 and older) family members and other loved ones or individuals who are misusing opioids (including heroin) or have an opioid use disorder. Meetings include an educational component, discussion and mutual support. Topics may include basic information about opioid use disorder, overdose prevention, Medication Assisted Treatment, co-occurring mental health disorders, self-help groups for addiction and for co-occurring disorders, family dynamics, and self-care as well as other topics suggested by group members.
1229 Albany Ave
Hartford, CT 06112
Monday – Friday 10:00 to 2:00
Saturday & Sunday On-call