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Phoenix House Connecticut

Our Locations Near Connecticut


Brooklyn, NY
Residential Program

Residential treatment services with varying lengths of stay.

Exeter, RI
Residential Program

A comprehensive treatment facility for men with substance addiction issues, offering programs of varying length and intensity.

Exeter, RI
Detoxification Services - Walsh Unit

Medically monitored detoxification services 24/7 for men and women, providing safe withdrawal from drugs and alcohol.

Providence, RI
Rhode Island Council on Alcoholism and Other Drug Dependence (RICAODD)

Supportive, gender-specific sober residences for adult men and women in early recovery from substance abuse.

Providence, RI
Outpatient Services

Comprehensive outpatient treatment for adults and adolescents.

Providence, RI
Ottmar Residential Center

Gender-specific residential substance abuse treatment for women struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health issues.
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Springfield, MA
Outpatient Services

Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient treatment for adolescents and adults.

Springfield, MA
Residential Program for Men and Women

Residential and gender-specific substance abuse treatment for adults.

Wainscott, NY
Academy on Long Island

Residential treatment center and high school offering varying lengths of stay for young men (ages 18 and up) struggling with substance abuse.

Treatment Approach

Our treatment philosophy is based on the understanding that addiction is a chronic disease. Individuals suffering from substance use disorders deserve evidence-based treatment in settings that offer privacy and dignity.

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Insurance and Payment Options

Our experienced staff is skilled at working with all types of insurance providers to help you access the treatment you need. Phoenix House is an in-network provider for most major insurance carriers, managed care programs, and Medicaid.

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What is Phoenix House New England?

Phoenix House is a nationally recognized and accredited behavioral healthcare provider, specializing in the treatment and prevention of substance use disorders and co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders. Phoenix House is a not-for-profit organization with nearly 50 years of continuous experience and programs in ten states.

How do I get admitted to your program?

Call Phoenix House at 1 888 671 9392. We can typically see you for an assessment and admit you to a program within 24 hours.

What type of professionals will be working with my loved ones in treatment?

Phoenix House New England maintains a full team of licensed professionals who will be working with your loved one.  Depending on the treatment program, this team may include medical doctors, nurse practitioners, social workers, drug and alcohol dependency counselors, and other qualified specialists.



Transformation Across Phoenix House

Every day, our courageous clients and expert staff work together to fight addiction. Take a look at the faces of Phoenix House and the array of programs and services—from counseling and family therapy to sports, yoga, and the arts—that help our clients build new lives in recovery. Learn more about our programs and find a treatment location near you.

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Across Phoenix House

Our Perspectives


Paying for Treatment: 6 Things All Consumers Need to Know

Figuring out how to cover the cost of addiction treatment for yourself or a loved one can be overwhelming, . That’s why we’ve put together 6 key points all consumers need to know about paying for substance use disorder treatment.


Across Phoenix House News


Warm Your Heart! Adopt a Phoenix House Family!

Catch the Spirit! Adopt-a-Family brings holiday joy to some very special children at Phoenix House.


In The Headlines


Death Rates for Middle-Aged White Americans Increase

Fatalities related to opioids, alcohol, and suicide caused death rates for middle-aged white Americans to surge, in contrast to declining rates in other groups.