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Drug & Alcohol Extended Care Services in Connecticut

Extended care services are aftercare programs for recovering addicts once they complete drug rehab. Extended care programs are sober living homes, peer support groups, and outpatient services. Sober living homes in Connecticut are live-in centers where the client will work with other sober people to work on his or her sobriety. They have the opportunity to gain new skills, find employment, be involved with the community, and work on sobriety. Outpatient treatment centers also provide extended care, which is a program attended daily. The purpose of extended care to work on sobriety and create a lengthier transition period back into society. For some former addicts, it is not easy to go back to regular life. There can often be some uncertainty about what is going to happen. This is especially true when they do have employment lined up or anywhere to live after rehab. Peer support groups in Connecticut, such as 12-step programs are the most recognized form of extended care.

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Connecticut Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Connecticut Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Here is a list of the different extended care services for drug and alcohol dependency in Connecticut. The list can be incomplete so please do not hesitate to contact one of our counselors at 1-800-304-2219.

List of Extended Care Services for Addiction in Connecticut