Drug And Alcohol Rehab Centers in New Milford, CT

New Milford Hosp Behav Health Servs

New Milford Hosp Behav Health Servs is a drug and alcohol rehab program located at 23 Poplar Street in New Milford, Connecticut.

The center utilizes primary treatment approaches of Individual Counseling. The facility also offers these services in the following settings: Outpatient Drug Addiction Rehabilitation Treatment.

New Milford Hosp Behav Health Servs also provides clients with a number of individualized programs designed specifically for the requirements of people, such as: Drug Rehab for Persons with Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mental Disorders. New Milford Hosp Behav Health Servs also accepts the following types of payment: Self-Payment or Cash Payment, Insurance Through Medicaid, Medicare for Alcohol and Drug Treatment.

MCCA New Milford

MCCA New Milford is a drug and alcohol rehab program located at 50 Bridge Street in New Milford, Connecticut.

The center utilizes primary treatment approaches of Individual Counseling, Family Focused Therapy, Group Alcohol Counseling. The facility also offers these services in the following settings: Outpatient Drug Addiction Rehabilitation Treatment.

MCCA New Milford also provides clients with a number of individualized programs designed specifically for the requirements of people, such as: Court Ordered Outpatient Drug Treatment. MCCA New Milford also accepts the following types of payment: Self-Payment or Cash Payment, Insurance Through Medicaid, Medicare for Alcohol and Drug Treatment.

Family and Childrens Aid New Milford Office

Family and Childrens Aid New Milford Office is a drug and alcohol rehab program located at 325 Danbury Road in New Milford, Connecticut.

The center utilizes primary treatment approaches of Individual Counseling, Family Focused Therapy, Cognitive-Based Therapy. The facility also offers these services in the following settings: Outpatient Drug Addiction Rehabilitation Treatment.

Family and Childrens Aid New Milford Office also accepts the following types of payment: Self-Payment or Cash Payment, Insurance Through Medicaid, Private Insurance for Alcohol and Drug Treatment.

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