For Life-Threatening Emergency call 9-1-1 or go to nearest Hospital Emergency Room
For 24-Hour Crisis Intervention call 2-1-1
For prescription opioids or heroin addiction call 800-563-4086
For phone screening/assessment of substance abuse call 203-416-1915
Resources for Recovery & Support
If you need help or are trying to help a family member or friend, we've compiled a list of local resources for alcohol and drug addiction services and support. This is not an exhaustive list of every resource and it is not an endorsement or recommendation of the resources listed. It is up to individuals to determine what resource best meets their needs.
Recovery Network of Programs, Inc., is a private, non-profit, behavioral health services agency helping to build better lives in the Greater Bridgeport Community. Founded in 1972, our mission is to restore HOPE, HEALTH, and WELL-BEING for individuals and families in a recovery environment that embraces compassion, dignity and respect.
PRESCRIPTION DRUGS & OPIATES | SUPPORT
The C.A.R.E.S. Group
provides education, support, resources and hope for communities, families, and individuals who are affected by substance abuse and its devastating consequences.
The C.A.R.E.S. Group, founded by a mother and her son, is a direct response to the increase in substance abuse, overdoses, and deaths of young people in local communities. They felt first-hand the devastating impact of addiction on the entire family. In their personal struggles, which span over a decade, they discovered a lack of available resources for parents and other affected family members.
The mission of CASA, Inc.
is to provide holistic and culturally competent community-based behavioral health services to individuals, families and communities seeking recovery from addictions, co-occurring disorders and related behavioral health issues. CASA was established as a response to the need for available and accessible behavioral health treatment (substance abuse and mental health treatment) services to populations, which have been traditionally underserved. CASA offers distinct programs in two different cities in Connecticut, New Haven and Bridgeport.
is one of Fairfield County’s leading behavioral health organizations specializing in treatment for all types of substance abuse including alcohol, opiates, depressants and stimulants. Our mission is to help individuals and families overcome addiction in order to restore their lives and ultimately strengthen our communities.
Stratford Partnership for Youth and Families
468 Birdseye Street, Stratford, Connecticut 06615
firstname.lastname@example.org | 203-385-4095
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00am-4:30pm
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