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Connecticut Inpatient Drug Rehabs

Your guide to inpatient drug rehab services in Connecticut

Inpatient Drug Rehabs in Connecticut

Are you looking for an inpatient drug rehab in Connecticut for yourself or a loved one? We Can help.

There are about 75 inpatient drug rehabilitation and treatment centers in Connecticut alone. How do you know which one is best for your situation? Let us help you by providing information about the different types of residential drug rehab programs and see if one in Connecticut is what you're looking for.

Simply call 1-800-651-8549 now to speak with a counselor in a confidential, complimentary consultation.

We typically recommend longer-term inpatient rehabs that do not place people on substitute drugs or label them with incurable diseases. Contact us to find out why and how someone from Connecticut can permanently overcome addiction.

About Connecticut Rehabs

According to the latest national survey of substance abuse treatment facilities, Connecticut had a total of 203 participating drug rehabs. About 39 percent of these offered some type of inpatient or residential rehabilitation services, while 24 percent of them have long-term inpatient program options.

Of the 26,000 people in Connecticut who were receiving help during this time period, roughly 1,900 attended some type of inpatient facility, which is less than 8 percent of the total treatment population.

Only 5 percent of those getting treatment were in a long-term residential rehabilitation center in Connecticut, while nearly 92 percent attended some type of outpatient program. Narly 11,000 people (about 41 percent of the treatment population) in Connecticut are being put on some type of replacement drug to treat the symptoms instead of helping them solve their addictions, such as methadone or Suboxone.

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Primary Substances Abused in Connecticut

The most recent data available for Connecticut shows that 36 percent of people seeking rehab help listed alcohol as their primary substance being abused, either by itself or along with another drug. This was preceded by 38 percent for heroin and other opiates, then followed by 12 percent for cocaine and crack, 10 percent for marijuana, and the rest of the categories were 1 percent or less for each drug. Typically, the northeast, and especially New England, has a very heavy concentration of opiate addictions.

Contact us for more information about inpatient drug rehabs in Connecticut. Call us today to speak with an addiction consultant at 1-800-651-8549.

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