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Drug And Alcohol Rehab Centers For Law Enforcement & First Responders In Connecticut

Substance Abuse Treatment Centers for Law Enforcement Personnel in Connecticut

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration website do not provide a specific list of treatment centers that are equipped to help treat and rehabilitate members of law enforcement. What is offered on the SAMHSA website is a directory of programs for members from the military and veterans, and some of these centers may help members of law enforcement. Drug and alcohol treatment delivered in these centers are specific programs that offer unique therapy and counseling for members of law enforcement to help them through any type of addiction or substance abuse issue.

What are some of the unique needs of law enforcement personnel?

Not every law enforcement member will be in the exact same situation as other people addicted to drugs or alcohol. There are some different things that law enforcement officials must receive treatment for, and these are some common problems each person will face. Some of the unique needs include guilt resolution, to help cope with and handle any guilt a person may be feeling. Most of these facilities will provide PTSD treatment, which is essentially an important therapy for every member of law enforcement. Anger management and therapy to help people cope with violence may also be offered for patients.

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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.

Connecticut Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Connecticut Addiction Services by Type of Drug