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Youth Challenge of Connecticut - Long Term Male Residential Center

The Youth Challenge of Connecticut Long Term Male Residential Center is a workable and effective addiction treatment center.  This program is effective and engaging in a lot of different ways, and it provides excellent services for men who are suffering with drug and alcohol addiction in the Hartford area. 

To summarize the services offered at this rehab center, the Youth Challenge of Connecticut Long Term Male Residential Center is a recognized and affluent, successful, engaging, recovery-minded, both one on one therapy based and group counseling based approach to drug and alcohol addiction and dependence treatment, rehabilitation, detoxification, recovery, and permanent sobriety.  The Youth Challenge of Connecticut Long Term Male Residential Center can be funded through self pay or with private health insurance such as through the Coventry Insurance PPO Unlimited, The Community Health Choice Association, GEHA Health Plans and Policies Incorporated, APS Health Care Insurance Options, Aetna Health Care, Cigna Health Care, Cooks Children's and Adult’s Health Plan and First Care Approach, The PPO Managed Health Network Incorporated, and Blue Cross and Blue Shield Coverage Opportunities.  The Youth Challenge of Connecticut Long Term Male Residential Center also offers aftercare options, and the center works hard for local men.

The Youth Challenge of Connecticut Long Term Male Residential Center is a workable and effective addiction treatment center.  This program is effective and engaging in a lot of different ways, and it provides excellent services for men who are suffering with drug and alcohol addiction in the Hartford area. 

To summarize the services offered at this rehab center, the Youth Challenge of Connecticut Long Term Male Residential Center is a recognized and affluent, successful, engaging, recovery-minded, both one on one therapy based and group counseling based approach to drug and alcohol addiction and dependence treatment, rehabilitation, detoxification, recovery, and permanent sobriety.  The Youth Challenge of Connecticut Long Term Male Residential Center can be funded through self pay or with private health insurance such as through the Coventry Insurance PPO Unlimited, The Community Health Choice Association, GEHA Health Plans and Policies Incorporated, APS Health Care Insurance Options, Aetna Health Care, Cigna Health Care, Cooks Children's and Adult’s Health Plan and First Care Approach, The PPO Managed Health Network Incorporated, and Blue Cross and Blue Shield Coverage Opportunities.  The Youth Challenge of Connecticut Long Term Male Residential Center also offers aftercare options, and the center works hard for local men.

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  • 15-17-19 May Street
  • Hartford
  • CT
  • 06105
  • United States

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Youth Challenge of Connecticut - Long Term Male Residential Center

Inpatient Rehabilitation

Residential long-term treatment (30 days or more)

Connecticut Services by Language

Spanish

Extended Recovery Care

Transitional Housing | Substance Abuse Counseling

Hartford

Hartford 12-Step | Hartford Residential Long-Term

Connecticut Treatments by Gender and Age

Men

Substance Abuse Counseling

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Connecticut Types of Services

Inpatient Rehabilitation | Twelve Steps | Substance Abuse Treatment

Connecticut Types of Payments

Access to recovery voucher

Connecticut Counties

Hartford County

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Hartford

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Bobby Newman is a certified counselor, interventionist and prevention specialist who has been performing successful interventions for over 17 years. He also has educated thousands of people on the danger of drugs and alcohol addiction. He has been on the streets working with homeless drug addicts as well.