Resources for Spanish Speakers with SUD

spanish resources

Never Use Alone Hotline Spanish Line1 (800) 928-5330 Latino Recovery Advocacy (LARA)Offers active Facebook group, virtual support meetings with harm reduction orientation for people seeking recovery AND for family members. Click here for more information. RESOURCES IN CONNECTICUT Residential ProgramChemical Abuse Services Agency, Inc (CASA) in Bridgeport can sometimes offer scholarships for those without insurance.…

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Food, Housing and Other Social Services

New Haven Food, Internet and Showers

National Resources Find Help:Type in your zip code to look for financial assistance, food pantries, medical care, and or other free or reduced-cost help. Click: Find Help. Neighborhood Navigator:Search for resources in your community to help with food, housing, transportation, employment, legal and financial aide. Click: The Everyone Project New Haven, CT Resources Fellowship Place…

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Litchfield County Resources

Litchfield County Resources

Litchfield County Opiate Taskforce Naloxone and Harm Reduction Mobile Distribution Notes: Mondays  The Gathering Place 2154 East Main Street, Waterbury CT 06705 Tuesdays  Torrington Soup Kitchen Corner of Alvord/Main Street, Torrington, CT 06790 North Canaan Municipal Parking Lot Wednesdays  Torrington Plaza Root Center for Advanced Recovery Thursdays   The Gathering Place Torrington Soup Kitchen Carmine‚Äôs Parking…

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Connecticut Opioid Treatment Programs

opiod programs

Opioid Treatment Programs in New Haven, CT (Online List here) APT FoundationWalk-in intakes at 1 Long Wharf Monday-Saturday 8:30am-11am (excludes holidays). Cornell Scott Hill Health Center (CSHHC)/South Central Rehabilitation Center(SCRC)Walk-in intakes at 232 Cedar Street 5:30am-12:30pm. New Era Rehabilitation CenterAppointment-based intakes at 311 East Street. (~2 days/week). Call (203) 562-2101 for an appointment. Multicultural Ambulatory…

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Connecticut Peer Support Resources

peer support

CT Community for Addiction Recovery Services (CCAR)Click here for more information. Or click here for virtual support meetings featuring weekly meetings. Telephone Recovery SupportTrained volunteers make weekly calls to check in, available in Spanish or English. Patients can be signed up here. New Haven Recovery Community CenterLocated at 1435 Chapel St. (across from YNNH St.…

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Hartford Resources

hartford resources

Connecticut Harm Reduction Alliance (CTHRA)Click here for more information. ACT/CT Center for Harm ReductionClick here for more information. (Hartford, Middletown, New Britain) CHR – multiple sites (Hartford, Putnam, Enfield, Manchester, Middletown), outpatient and inpatient treatment InterCommunity Recovery Centers, Inc – multiple locations and services Root Center for Advanced Recovery (Hartford, Bristol, Manchester, Middletown, New Britain,…

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New London/Westerly Resources

new london resources

Alliance for LivingClick here for more information. SCADD (The Southeastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc.) – inpatient and outpatient services Stonington Institute – detox program, residential treatment, and partial hospitalization Prevent Overdose Rhode Island – hotline for addiction services

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Danbury, Westbury, New Milford Resources

danbury resources

Apex Community CareClick here for more information. Midwestern Connecticut Council of Alcoholism, Inc. (MCCA)Options include day program M/W/Th, or evening IOP program (including program for Spanish speakers). Connecticut Renaissance – inpatient and outpatient programs

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Bridgeport Resources

bridgeport resources

Greater Bridgeport Area Prevention Program (GBAPP)Click here for more information. CASA -inpatient and outpatient programs Connecticut Renaissance – outpatient programs First Step – detox program Regional Network of Programs – inpatient and outpatient programs

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