FAMILY SUPPORT

 
MEETING LOCATIONS

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NARCAN TRAINING

Naloxone (Narcan) is an opioid antagonist that blocks the effects of opioids such as heroin, oxycodone,...

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TREATMENT LOCATIONS

Multiple types of treatment programs are available to you depending on your particular need. You may need a...

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COUNSELING IS A STEP AWAY

CMHA IS HERE FOR YOU

233 Main Street, New Britain
Phone: 860.224.8192
Email: info@cmhacc.org

CMHA provides individual, couples, family, and group therapy for people of all ages, for wherever they may be on their path to Recovery. For those struggling with behavioral health, interpersonal relationships, the stresses of parenting, and/or substance abuse problems, CMHA is here to help. Our counseling programs are staffed by skilled, compassionate teams of licensed marriage and family therapists, social workers, counselors, as well as board certified psychiatrists and APRN’s.

When you’re ready, so are we. Please go to our website (cmhacc.org for a list of programs or call 860.224.8192 to speak to one of our caring staff and learn which of our services is best for you and your family.

RECOVERY

Family Based Recovery At CMHA

233 Main Street, New Britain, CT 06051
(860) 233-2778
255 Bank Street, Waterbury, CT 06704
(203) 596-9724

The Family Based Recovery Program is an in home service program which provides family recovery and substance abuse treatment to families who have identified substance abuse issues and a child(ren) under 2 years old in the home. The program also provides individual, family and group therapy and child attachment treatment. Clinicians work with child behavioral issues, housing, transportation and other basic needs of families. Services are provided between the hours of 9:00 am to 8:00 pm, and crisis team coverage is also provided.

CMHA has been a leading provider of a comprehensive, high-quality behavioral health care system for individuals and families for over 45 years, so we know something about Recovery. We know to approach all people with attitudes of nonjudgmental optimism, humor, honesty, and compassion. We know that innovation and cultural diversity is a must. We know that everyone matters, there is no such thing as a hopeless case, and – most importantly – that Recovery is real.We are changing lives every day here at CMHA, and when you’re ready, so are we. Please go to our website (www.cmhacc.org) or call us at 860.224.8192 to learn more about our quality services.

Women’s REACH program

Our Women’s REACH (Recovery, Engagement, Access, Coaching, Healing) Program is designed to provide outreach, engagement, case management, recovery coaching, community connections to treatment, and recovery support resources to women, especially those who are pregnant or parenting.

Our team consists of three female Recovery Navigators who help connect women to services aimed at enhancing their recovery journey and supporting their goals as they develop a safe support network. Specifically, these Navigators help women and their health care providers in developing a Plan of Safe Care, covering physical health, behavioral health, infant health and development, and parenting/family support.

The Women’s REACH Program is open to women, especially those who are pregnant or parenting, who are struggling with substance use or co-occurring disorders (such as depression or bipolar disorder) living in DMHAS Region 4.*

Recovery Stories

At CMHA, we know Recovery is Real. Click here to listen to their stories and see what CMHA can do for you and your loved ones.

EDUCATION

CMHA provides more than just treatment – we deliver individualized, compassionate, Joint Commission accredited care. By helping to improve the quality of life for our clients, CMHA is actively contributing to the well-being of our community. We believe that true, long lasting Recovery is a team effort, and that is why CMHA strives to educate and inform everyone in our community about the resources available to them.

Please refer to CMHA’s website www.cmhacc.org or Facebook @CMHACT for health and wellness tips, resources, and educational materials on Opioids, Mental Health, and more.

During this time, CMHA has a COVID-19 Resources & Response page, please go to https://cmhacc.org/en/covid-19 to see the latest information on how CMHA is facing this challenge.

Greater Hartford Harm Reduction Coalition

GHHRC promotes the total health and well being of our clients and community through the provision of health education and tiered risk reduction programs. Through various partnerships our program seeks to empower adults in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of substance use, HIV/AIDS, STIs, hepatitis, and other communicable diseases.

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