HOW WE CONNECT
OUR AREA'S CLINICAL SERVICES
We are a structured, trauma-informed sober loving home that supports healing the damage addiction has left in its wake so residents can connect to sustainable recovery. According to the clinical recommendations from the referring rehab, a resident attends therapy to support their progress as a recovering person. During their stay at sober living, residents can take the time to participate in therapy while in a supportive sober environment. Each resident's program is individualized according to need: we follow recommendations and present the names of local therapists and medical professionals for group, individual, family, CBT, DBT and EMDR. We assist residents in setting appointments that follow the clinical recommendations provided by the referring party. We have been here long enough to know the area's most effective private practitioners in CBT and EMDR, psychotherapists, psychiatrists, general practitioners, advanced practice registered nurses, and specialists in ED and family systems. Each resident is matched with the therapist(s) that work(s) best for them.
We are also aligned with intensive outpatient providers, Project Courage and Recovery Services of Connecticut Intensive Outpatient Programs, and three other single focus IOP services: addiction with a secondary diagnosis (DBT), eating disorders or LBGTQ recovery. We support Vivitrol or Naltrexone and will accept Suboxone when a taper is planned. We use a self-key locker system to hold medication and oversee its distribution when requested.
Addiction affects every member of a family. Being lied to and manipulated takes its toll on families. Even though the family may not drink or touch even an aspirin, they may need recovery from the emotional and physical injuries delivered by the disease. Families may join a family relationship program or participate in therapy in their area to heal differences and rebuild their lives.
Our focus is on creating a safe space for self-expression. Art as the medium is perfect. Applied psychological theory is mixed with the creative process for unearthing hidden answers.