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Connecticut Assessment/Evaluation Program For Addiction

The state of Connecticut has many places to choose from to receive a drug and alcohol addiction assessment or evaluation.  This process will ensure an addict is pointed in the right direction and acquires the right help for their addiction.

Substance Abuse Assessment and Evaluation in Connecticut

A drug and alcohol addiction assessment will typically be done through a rehabilitation center, or done online through a self-assessment. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration site do not provide a specific category for addiction assessments or evaluations that are offered in the state of Connecticut. What will typically occur in any particular drug rehabilitation program is they will normally offer some type of assessment, or the process can be done online.

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Will an addiction assessment help narrow down the search for a treatment center?

Yes, an addiction assessment process will help an addict or their family narrow down the search for a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center. The main purpose of an assessment is to assist with weeding out programs that are not quite suitable or do not offer everything the person is looking for. Through a successful assessment, an addict can find the best treatment options available to them within the state or in neighboring states.

Connecticut Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Connecticut Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Below you can find a listing of different assessment/evaluation programs for drug and alcohol addiction in Connecticut. The list can be incomplete so if you do not find what you are looking for, please do not hesitate to contact one of our counselors at 1-800-304-2219.