Help us build our wall of HOPE AND HEALING!

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Help us build our wall of HOPE AND HEALING!
Help us build our wall of HOPE AND HEALING!
Join us at our Annual Celebration National Alcohol Drug and Recovery Month:
A Community of Hope and Healing
Hosted by CSAPP on the New Haven Green every September
City of New Haven
Commission on Substance Abuse
Policy and Prevention
COMMUNITY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION
165 Church St.
New Haven, CT 06510
(203) 946-6438
John DeStefano, Jr., Mayor
Kica Matos, Community Services Administrator
Sergio Rodriguez, Commission Chair
Esther Armmand, Director
Commission on Substance Abuse
Policy and Prevention
Alcohol and drug dependency problems affect millions of Americans of all ages every
day. The purpose of this booklet is to provide residents of New Haven and the surrounding areas with a variety of substance abuse treatment resources. We hope these
services help to guide those in need today.
HISTORY
The Commission on Substance Abuse Policy and Prevention (CSAPP) was created in
2002 to sustain local efforts in order to continue the work of Fighting Back, the previous substance abuse initiative in New Haven, supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for 10 years. The Commission consists of sixteen volunteer representative members, appointed by the Mayor, committed to the promotion and enhancement of the prevention, early intervention, and treatment of alcohol and other
drug problems.
MISSION
CSAPP’s mission is to increase the quality of life in New Haven by reducing substance abuse and related harms and by taking leadership in the capturing and sharing
of knowledge across systems. CSAPP will engage institutions, groups and individuals
to take action towards preventing abuse and ensuring multiple supports for recovery.
2008 PRIORITIES
•
Begin collecting and compiling local substance abuse information.
•
Increase public prevention messages and raise awareness of the issue.
•
Host Town Hall Meeting on the Prevention of Underage Drinking
•
Host local event in support of National Alcohol and Addiction Recovery Month.
John DeStefano, Jr., Mayor
Sergio Rodriguez, Commission Chair
Esther Armmand, Director
Pathways to Recovery Committee:
Miguel Caldera, MD, LADC and Rev. William Mathis, Co-Chairs
Special thanks to the many interns, staff members, and others who
contributed to this guide through research, editing, and translation.
Funded by CT Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services
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We have made every effort to create a comprehensive guide to
substance abuse resources in New Haven. However, inadvertent errors and/or omissions may have occurred. If you
would like to report an omission or error, or to request that
your organization be included in the next CSAPP Resource
Guide, please contact us using the information below:
Commission on Substance Abuse Policy and Prevention
City of New Haven
165 Church Street
New Haven, CT 06510
(203) 946-6438
Thank you!
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Child/Adolescent Services..……………………..…………………..…….4
Outpatient Treatment/Counseling Services…………………...….……….5
Inpatient Treatment/Residential Services………...………..……...……….8
Se Habla Español/For Spanish-Speaking Patients…..………….....……...10
Self-Help Organizations……………………………………….………...13
Self-Help Meeting Listing..………………………………….…………...14
Miscellaneous Resources ……………………………….…...…………..20
2007 Essay Contest Winner…………………………….……………….21
Serenity Prayer …………...…………………………….……………….22
God, grant me the Serenity
To accept the things
I cannot change,
Courage to change the things I can,
and the Wisdom
to know the difference.
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Child/Adolescent Services
A selection of services specifically for youth up to age 17. See Outpatient and
Residential treatment sections of this guide for other programs that serve youth.
Children’s Center of Hamden, Inc.
1400 Whitney Avenue
Hamden, CT 06517
Tel: (203) 248-2116
Website: www.childrenscenterhamden.org
Offers residential substance abuse treatment, outpatient treatment, alternative education programs, and a transitional “safe home” for children removed from their homes due to domestic
violence.
The Connection, Inc.
48 Howe Street
New Haven, CT
Tel: (203) 752-9343
Website: www.theconnectioninc.org
Offers various residential and day programs, counseling/behavioral health services, and other services.
The Consultation Center, Inc.
389 Whitney Avenue
New Haven, CT 06511
Tel: (203) 789-7645
Website: www.theconsultationcenter.org
Hosts pregnancy/parenting support programs, peer advocacy, school- and community-based
substance abuse and drop-out prevention programs, parent-child groups, and other services
and programs.
Yale-New Haven Psychiatric Hospital
184 Liberty St.
New Haven, CT 06519
Tel: (203) 688-9907 (Psychiatric Admissions)
Website: www.ynhh.org/ynhph/patients.html
Offers inpatient, partial hospitalization, detoxification, and outpatient substance abuse and
mental health treatment programs for children, adolescents, and adults.
Youth Continuum
746 Chapel Street
New Haven, CT 06510
Tel: (203) 562-3396
Website: www.youthcontinuum.org
Offers residential programs including group homes, and educational/training/transitional programs for youth ages 13 to 23.
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Anything is Possible
When You Are Drug-Free
The winning entry from CSAPP’s May 2007 Essay Contest, written by a 9year-old New Haven student:
Anything is Possible When You Are Drug-Free
My mom uses drugs. She has for many years, so I can tell you about some
possible things which others might take for granted.
When you are drug free, you can laugh with your children.
When you are drug free, your laughter teaches your children to laugh.
When you are drug free, you can eat meals with your family.
When you are drug free, you can help your children with their homework.
When you are drug free, you can go to after school activities.
When you are drug free, you will not leave your children in places without
a ride home.
When you are drug free, you can smell smoke in your house.
When you are drug free, you can be awake in the morning to send your
children off to school.
When you are drug free, you can give your children medicine and hugs
when they are sick.
When you are drug free, your children will feel your love.
When you are drug free, your children will have you as a parent.
When you are drug free, you will not make your children take care of one
another.
When you are drug free, you will not make your children feel as though
they are not loved and not wanted.
When you are drug free, you will show everyone how life can be without
drugs.
When you are drug free, you will be alive, because when you are not drug
free you look and act like you are not there.
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Miscellaneous Resources
Connecticut Poison Control Center
Tel: (860) 222-1222
Website: www.aapcc.org
Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services
Local Tel: (860) 418-7000 Toll Free: (800) 446-7348
Website: www.ct.gov/dmhas
Infoline (2-1-1)
Tel: 2-1-1
Website: www.211infoline.org
Offers information on and referrals to a variety of resources in the New Haven area.
New Haven Job Corps Center
455 Wintergreen Avenue
New Haven, CT 06515
Tel: (203) 397-3775
Website: http://www.ctdol.state.ct.us/JobCorps/newhaven_desc.html
SAGA Support Services
Department of Children & Family Services
City Hall—165 Church Street, 1st Floor
(203) 946-8523
Assistance for single adults receiving State Administered General Assistance (SAGA). Please
call for more information.
South Central Behavioral Health Network
205 Whitney Ave.
New Haven, CT 06511
Tel: (203) 498-4160
South Central CT Regional Action Council
230 Ashmun St.
New Haven, CT 06511
Tel: (203) 776-1981
Website: www.sccrac.org
Statewide Narcotics Task Force
Tel: (800) 44-DRUGS
Rational Recovery
Tel: (530) 621-2667
Website: www.rational.org
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Outpatient Treatment
Day and evening treatment programs for adults, teens, children, and others.
The APT Foundation
One Long Wharf,
New Haven, CT 06511
(203) 781-4600 (Main Offices)
Outpatient programs include:
APT Vocational Services - (203)781-4670
Central Treatment Unit - (203) 781-4646. Treatment for cocaine abuse.
Legion Avenue Clinic - (203) 781-4740. Methadone maintenance treatment for heroin abusers.
Orchard Clinic - (203) 781-4696. Long-term methadone maintenance treatment for heroin
abusers.
Women in Treatment - (203) 781-4695. Specialized services for methadone-maintained,
opiate-addicted (heroin, etc.) women.
Residential programs are offered at Alpha House (adolescents) and Daytop (adults). Call the
main office for more information about these programs.
Branford Counseling Center
342 Harbor St.
Branford, CT 06405
Tel: (203) 481-4248
Website: www.branford-ct.gov/counseling.htm
Offers individual and group substance abuse and mental health counseling for children, adolescents, adults, and families, outpatient psychiatric services, consultation and education, social
services (including emergency food and housing assistance for those who qualify), and crisis
intervention.
Bridges
949 Bridgeport Ave.
Milford, CT 06460
Tel: (203) 878-6365
Website: www.bridgesmilford.org
Provides non-residential substance abuse treatment for teens, adults, and families. Services
include individual, group, and family counseling, education and consultation, anger management, psychiatric evaluations, AA and other support groups, and other services/programs.
Crossroads, Inc.
54 East Ramsdell Street
New Haven, CT 06519
(203) 387-0094
Offers integrated outpatient treatment for substance abuse, mental health and addiction services for men and women over 18 years of age. The gender-specific program is individualized
to meet the needs of the person served.
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Outpatient Treatment
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Dixwell/Newhallville Community Mental Health Services
660 Winchester Ave.
New Haven, CT 06511
Tel: (203) 776-8390
Website: www.dncmhs.org
Offers individual counseling, support groups, and other services.
7:00-8:15pm - Young, Clean, and Serene – Trinity Lutheran Church, Corner
of Orange & Wall Streets in basement. (NS/K/D – Young People’s Meeting).
Family Therapy Clinic
Southern Connecticut State University
501 Crescent Street, Davis Hall
New Haven, CT 06515
(203) 392-6415
Offers individual, family, and marriage counseling.
For group schedule, contact:
Harbor Health Services
14 Sycamore Way
Branford, CT 06405
Tel: (203) 483-2630
Website: www.harborhealthservices.org
Provides a range of services to adults with serious and persistent mental health and/or substance abuse disorders, including individual and group counseling/therapy, vocational and
housing search assistance, and evening intensive outpatient program.
Hill Health Corporation/ North Side Community Outpatient Services
226 Dixwell Avenue
New Haven, CT 06511
Tel: (203) 503-3470
Website: www.hillhealthcenter.com
Provides alcohol and drug treatment and mental health services primarily to adult (18+)
residents of the Dixwell and Newhallville neighborhoods of New Haven.
Midstate Behavioral Health
883 Paddock Ave.
Meriden, CT 06450
Tel: (203) 630-5220
Variety of services for teens and adults. Call for more details.
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Yale Psychiatry Smoking Cessation Program
Jennifer Vessichio
CMHC/SAC Room S-100
Yale University
New Haven, CT 06511
Tel: (203) 974-7350
[email protected]
Outpatient Treatment
Wednesday
12:00-1:00pm
High noon – St. Paul’s Church, 57 Olive St. (Corner of Chapel & Olive)
(NS/D) – Pitch/Topic
7:00pm Solutions for Sisters – Trinity Lutheran Church, Orange & Wall
Streets – Wall St. entrance (ST/NS)
7:00pm Out in Recovery – New Haven Community Center, 50 Fitch St.
(S/D/H) Gay/Lesbian Group
8:00pm On the Move – Salvation Army, 301 George St. (NS/D/S)
6:30-7:30pm Cedar Hill Recovery – Cedar Hill Resource Center, 1445 State
St. (S/D, Handicap Accessible)
Thursday
12:00 noon Thursday noon Outreach – St. Paul’s Church, 57 Olive St.
(Corner of Olive & Chapel Streets) (NS/D/S)
7:30pm From Jail to Yale – Yale-New Haven Hospital Caf. Conference
Room 2, York & Legion Streets (NS/H/D)
7:30pm Un Nuevonacimento (Newborn) – St. Paul’s Church, 57 Olive St.
(Corner of Chapel & Olive Streets) (NS/H/D) – Spanish Bilingual
7:30pm New Generation Group – United Church Parish House, Temple St.
(NS/H/J)
Friday
12:00 noon Right Step into the Weekend – St. Paul’s Church, 57 Olive St.
(Corner of Chapel & Olive Streets) (H/BST/Step 123)
8:00pm Fighting Back – St. Paul’s UAME Church, 150 Dwight St.
(NS/D/S)
7:00pm The Who Woulda Thought Group, 590 Orange St. (Corner of
Humphrey) (JTF/D/ST/SP – Rotating Format)
Saturday
1:00pm Second Time Around – MAAS Building, 426 East Street (NS/D/S)
5:30pm - Inner City Recovery, St. Paul’s UAME Church, 150 Dwight St.
(D)
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Saint Raphael’s Evening Chemical Dependency Program
1294 Chapel Street
New Haven, CT 06511
Tel: (203) 784-8790 (evening only)
Website: http://www.srhs.org/psychiatry/psy_chemical.asp
Offers intensive, outpatient partial hospitalization for people who abuse or are dependent
upon alcohol, cocaine, heroin, prescription medications or other drugs.
Substance Abuse Treatment Unit (SATU)
One Long Wharf Drive
New Haven, CT
Tel: (203) 974-5777
Website: http://www.dmhas.state.ct.us/cmhc/Documents/Services/Services_SATU.htm
Provides outpatient evaluation, referral, and treatment to adult patients (18+) experiencing
problem with alcohol, marijuana, cocaine, or opiates.
Yale Behavioral Health Services
95 Circular Avenue
Hamden, CT 06517
Tel: (203) 288-6253
Website: http://info.med.yale.edu/psych/clinical_care/behavioral.html
Offers individual, group, and family therapy as well as medication.
Yale-New Haven Hospital
Dual Diagnosis, Detoxification, and Intensive Outpatient Programs
184 Liberty Street
New Haven, CT 06519
Tel: (203) 688-9907
Website: http://www.ynhh.org/ynhph/ynhph.html
Offers inpatient and outpatient services as well as partial hospitalization for people of all ages
suffering from mental health and/or substance abuse problems.
Grant Street Partnership
62 Grant Street
New Haven, CT 06519
Tel: (203) 503-3350
Website: http://www.hillhealthcenter.com/Services/Behavioral%20Health/
grant_street_partnership.htm
Intensive outpatient treatment program for men and women. Offers counseling, housing
assistance, self-help meetings (AA and NA), transportation, variety of other services.
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Inpatient/ Residential Treatment
Programs offering live-in, residential substance abuse treatment services.
Amethyst House (a program of Crossroads, Inc.)
42 Howe Street
New Haven, CT 06511
Offers long-term (6 month) substance abuse treatment with integrated mental health and
addiction services. The program specializes in helping women recover and reunite with their
children. Also specializes in services for pregnant women and treatment after birth. The
program is open to individuals referred by DCF, the court, or individuals who voluntarily
seek treatment.
Central CT Health Alliance Treatment Center
33 Highland Street
New Britain, CT 06052
Tel: (860) 223-7707
Website: www.thocc.org/alliance/treatment.aspx
Offers inpatient and ambulatory detoxification, residential care, family support programs, and
other services.
Narcotics Anonymous
Sunday
9:30am -Sunday Morning Serenity – MAAS Building, 426 East St. (H/NS/
R)
6:00pm - Serenity at Sundown – St. Bernadette’s R.C. Church, 385 Townsend Ave., East Haven (NS/D)
7:00pm - Hope to Grow – Trinity Lutheran Church, Corner of Orange and
Wall Streets. (H/NS/D)
7:00pm - Serenity by the Sea – Fort
Hale Park, Fort Hale Park Rd. Seasonal:
Memorial Day-Labor Day only (D)
7:30pm - Sunday Night Recovery –
Church of the Redeemer, Corner of
Whitney and Cold Spring (H/D/NS )
Meeting Keys
ST =
STEP
P=
PAMPHLET
S=
SPEAKER
D=
DISCUSSION
K=
KEYTAG
T=
TRADITIONS
DC =
DAY CARE
J=
Just for Today Book
BST
STEPS 1,2,3
Addicts Only
Connection House
167 Liberty St.
Middletown, CT 06457
Tel: (860) 343-5512
Website: www.theconnectioninc.org/behave_connhouse.html
A residential substance abuse treatment program for men and women, CH offers individual
and group counseling, vocational and educational assistance, and other services.
Monday
C=
12:00pm-1:00pm Out of the Darkness –
St. Paul’s Church, 57 Olive St. (Corner
of Olive & Chapel) (NS)
R=
RECOVERY TEXT
H=
HANDICAP ACCESS
NS =
IT =
NON-SMOKING
Crossroads, Inc. of New Haven
54 East Ramsdell Street
New Haven, CT 06515
Tel: (203) 387-0094
Offers long-term, gender responsive substance abuse treatment for men and women with
integrated mental health and addiction services. Continuum of care includes outpatient aftercare. Individualized program to meet the needs of the person served. Service available for
individuals referred by DCF, the court, or individuals who voluntarily seek treatment.
Tuesday
The Community Center for Behavioral Health at Danbury Hospital
152 West Street
Danbury, CT 06810
Tel: (203) 207-5480
Website: http://www.danhosp.org/body.cfm?id=44
Offers crisis intervention, inpatient and outpatient substance abuse and mental health treatment to adults, families, adolescents, and children.
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Grant Street Partnership
IT WORKS, HOW AND WHY
7:30pm How it Works – St. Paul’s Church, 57 Olive St. (Corner of Olive &
Chapel) (NS/R/IT)
12:00-1:00pm Steppin’ Up, Steppin’ Out – Walk of Faith Church, 104 Fairmont Ave. (HC/D/NS)
12:00 noon Sister, Sister – St. Paul’s Church, 57 Olive St. (Corner of Chapel
& Olive) (D/NS)– Women’s Meeting
5:30pm Hope for Life in the Ville – Community Baptist Church, 143 Shelton Ave. (H/NS/D) – Bitmap Tradition Last Tuesday
7:30-8:30pm Boys to Men – MAAS Building, 426 East St. (H/NS/K/D)
Men’s Meeting – Speaker Last Tuesday of each month
8:00pm Elm City Serenity – St. Paul’s UAME Church, 150 Dwight St.
(NS/BST) Speaker, 4th Tuesday of each month
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Inpatient/ Residential Treatment
Thursday
7:30am - St. Thomas Moore Church, 268 Park St. 1 hour mtg. (H)
12 noon - Dixwell-Newhall Ville Comm. Mental Health Svcs., 660 Winchester Ave. 1 hour mtg.
12 noon - St. Paul’s Church, 150 Dwight St. 1 hour mtg. (M)
7pm - Salvation Army, 301 George St.
7pm - Columbus House, 586 Ella Grasso Blvd.
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62 Grant Street
New Haven, CT 06519
Tel: (203) 503-3350
Website: http://www.hillhealthcenter.com/Services/Behavioral%20Health/
grant_street_partnership.htm
Provides counseling and treatment, housing assistance, AA and NA meetings, primary health
care and referrals, and other services. Offers transitional housing program for men only.
7:30pm - Gran Paso, 871 State St. (H, S)
8pm - Congregation Beth El Keser Israel, 85 Harrison St. 1 hour mtg.
8pm - Catapult Lodge, 263 Orange St. Enter in rear. Steps 1-3 only.
8pm - Church of the Redeemer, Whitney Ave & Cold Spring St.
Friday
7:30am - Yale University, Dwight Hall (Old Campus). 1 hour mtg.
12 noon - Trinity Church, Temple & Chapel Streets. 1 hour mtg. (H)
6pm - St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 830 Whitney Ave.
6pm - West Village Apartments, 52 Howe St. 1 hour mtg.
7pm - Un Nuevo Camino, 426 East St. (S)
7:30pm - Trinity Lutheran Church, 292 Orange St. 1.5 hour mtg.
7:30pm - Columbus House, 586 Ella Grasso Blvd.
7:30pm - Maas Building, 426 East St. (H)
8:30pm - United Church Parish House, 323 Temple St. (LGBT)
8:30pm - Maas Building, 426 East St. (H)
Saturday
8am - Yale University Health Services, 17 Hillhouse Ave. 1 hour mtg.
9am - First Presbyterian Church, Whitney Ave. & Huntington St. (W)
1:30pm - St. Raphael’s Hospital Café Conference Room. (H)
7pm - Columbus House, 586 Ella Grasso Blvd. (H)
7pm - Yale-New Haven Hospital, Max Taffel Room, 20 York St. (H)
7:30pm - St. Aedan’s Church, 112 Fountain St. 1.5 hour mtg.
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The Hallie House for Women and Children (Connection, Inc.)
99 Eastern Drives
Middletown, CT 06457
Tel: (860) 343-5513
Website: www.theconnectioninc.org/womens_womchild.html
Long-term residential facility for pregnant and parenting
women who want to live clean and sober. Teaches residents
life and parenting skills while providing substance abuse treatment and relapse prevention programming. Also provides
pre– and post-natal care, educational and vocational assistance.
Help, Inc. of Central Naugatuck Valley
900 Watertown Avenue
Waterbury, CT 06708
Tel: (203) 756-8984
Website: www.cnvhelp.org
Offers residential and non-residential substance abuse and
mental health treatment services. Hosts variety of residential
facilities.
Kinsella Commons
17 Arch Street
Waterbury, CT 06710
Tel: (203) 597-9008
Website: http://cnvhelp.org/kinsella.htm
Residential program of Help, Inc.
Rushford
1250 Silver Street
Middletown, CT 06457
Tel: (860) 346-0300
Website: www.rushfordcenter.org
Offers residential, partial hospital, and outpatient substance abuse and mental health treatment
for adolescents and adults. Hosts an intermediate halfway house program.
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Inpatient/ Residential Treatment
(continued)
7:30pm - Dixwell-Newhallville Comm. Mental Health Svcs, 660 Winchester
St.
7:30pm - YWCA, 48 Howe St.
South Central Rehabilitation Clinic
232 Cedar Street
New Haven, CT 06519
Tel: (203) 503-3300
Website: www.hillhealthcenter.com/svcs/scrc.html
Offers short-term detoxification and substance abuse treatment, groups (AA and NA),
counseling and education.
8pm - United Church of Christ, Temple & Elm Streets.
Youth Continuum
746 Chapel Street
New Haven, CT 06510
Tel: (203) 562-3396
Website: www.youthcontinuum.org
Offers residential programs including group homes, and educational/training/transitional
programs for youth ages 13 to 23.
5:30pm - Church of the Redeemer, Whitney Ave & Cold Spring St. 1.5 hours.
Yale-New Haven Psychiatric Hospital
184 Liberty St.
New Haven, CT 06519
Tel: (203) 688-9907 (Psychiatric Admissions)
Website: www.ynhh.org/ynhph/patients.html
Offers inpatient, partial hospitalization, detoxification, and outpatient substance abuse and
mental health treatment programs for children, adolescents, and adults.
For Spanish Speaking Patients /
Se Habla Español
Casa Amatista (Un Programa de Crossroads Inc.)
42 Howe St.
New Haven, Ct 06511
Tel: (203) 821-3040
Ofrece tratamiento integrado para la adicción de drogas y alcohol en conjunto con problemas de salud mental a largo plazo (6 meses). Los servicios son especiales para la mujer que
busca recuperación y reunificación con sus niños. También ofrece servicios especializados
para mujeres embarazadas y su tratamiento después de dar a luz. El programa esta disponible para personas que son referidos de DCF, la corte o que voluntariamente desean
tratamiento.
8pm - First Baptist Church, Livingston & Edwards Streets. 1 hour. (Y)
Tuesday
7:30am - Yale University, Dwight Hall (Old Campus). 1 hour mtg. (H)
12 noon - Trinity Church, Temple & Chapel Streets. 1 hour mtg.
7pm - St. Bernadette Church, 385 Townsend Ave. 1 hour mtg.
7pm - St. Raphael Hospital Café Conference Room. 1 hour mtg. (B, H)
7pm - Yale-New Haven Hospital, Max Taffel Room, 20 York St. (B, H)
7:30pm - Gran Paso, 871 State Street. (S)
8pm - Gay/Lesbian Center, 50 Fitch Street. 1 hour mtg.
8pm - First Baptist Church, Livingston & Edwards Streets. 1 hour. (Y)
Wednesday
7:30am - Yale University, Dwight Hall (Old Campus). 1 hour mtg. (H)
12 noon - United Church Parish House, 323 Temple St. 1 hour mtg. (H,
LGBT)
6pm - Yale-New Haven Hospital, Max Taffel Room, 20 York St. (H)
7pm - Yale-New Haven Hospital, Max Taffel Room, 20 York St. (H)
7pm - St. Bernadette Church, 385 Townsend Ave. 1 hour mtg.
7pm - Iglesia Santa Rosa, 115 Blatchley Ave. (S)
7:30pm - 169 Grand Ave.
7:30pm - Columbus House, 586 Ella Grasso Blvd. (H)
7:30pm - St. Martin De Porres, Webster & Dixwell Aves. 1 hour mtg.
7:30pm - Church of the Redeemer, Whitney Ave & Cold Spring St. 1.5 hours
(LGBT)
8pm - Christ Church, 84 Broadway. 1 hour mtg. (H)
8pm - Yale University Health Services Ctr, 17 Hillhouse Ave. (H)
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Midnight - Maas Building, 426 East St.
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Self-Help Meetings
Each week, there is an average of 63 Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, 27
Narcotics Anonymous meetings, 7 Al-Anon meetings, and several other
self-help group meetings in New Haven. On any given day, there are approximately 13 self-help groups meeting in New Haven. This is a partial
listing. For updated meeting schedules, please contact the organizations
directly (see page 13) . Also, there are more meetings in the surrounding
towns, such as East Haven, Hamden, West Haven, and Branford.
Alcoholics Anonymous of Connecticut
Codes:
H = Handicapped Accessible Meeting Location
LGBT = Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Group
Y = Youth Group
W = Women’s Group
S = Spanish Speaking
B = Beginner’s meeting
M = Men’s Group
Sunday
8am - Yale Health Center, 17 Hillhouse Ave. (H)
5pm - United Church Parish House, 323 Temple St. (H, LGBT)
6:15pm - United Church Parish House, 323 Temple St. (H, LGBT)
7pm - Iglesia Santa Rosa, 115 Blatchley Ave. (S)
7:30pm - Columbus House, 586 Ella Grasso Blvd. (H)
8pm - Southern CT State University, Engelman Hall, Fitch St.
Monday
7:30am - Yale University, Dwight Hall (Old Campus). 1 hour mtg.
12 noon - United Church Parish House, 323 Temple St. 1 hour mtg. (H)
7pm - Christ Church, 84 Broadway (Soup Kitchen). Every 2 wks. (W, H)
7pm - St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 830 Whitney Ave.
7pm - Un Nuevo Camino, 426 East St. (S)
For Spanish Speaking Patients /
Se Habla Español (continued)
Casa Otoñal
135 Sylvan Avenue
New Haven, CT 06519
Tel: (203) 773-1847
Una comunidad con el funcionamiento de la familia extendida, proveyendo vivienda, servicio
sociales y culturales a los ancianos, familias y niños con especialidad a los Latinos.
Crossroads, Inc.
54 East Ramsdell Street
Ofrece tratamiento integrado ara la adicción de drogas y alcohol en conjunto con problemas
de salud mental a largo plazo (6 meses). Tratamiento y servicios son individualizados y específicos para mujeres y hombres. El programa esta disponible para personas que son referidos de DCF, la corte, o que voluntariamente desean tratamiento.
Benevolencia Católica y Centro San Jose
478 Orange Avenue
New Haven, CT 06511
Tel: (203) 787-2207
Website: www.ccaoh.org
Provee conserjería psiquiatrica, tratamiento para la drogadicción, conserjería de embarazos en
crisis, y servicios para ancianos y a toda persona, sin prejuicio de religión. Centro San Jose
(Proyecto de la Benevolencia Católica): 290 Grand Avenue, New Haven, CT 06513,
Tel: (203) 777-6771. Provee una variedad de servicios y programas dirigida específicamente a
comunidad Latina.
La Clinica Hispaña en el Centro de Salud Mental de Connecticut
One Long Wharf Drive
New Haven, CT 06511
Tel: (203) 789-7812
Provee salud mental y servicio de adición incluyendo servicios de emergencia, servicio de pacientes externo, y gropos de intereses con especialidad en (alcoholismo, violencia domestica,
recurrencia de problemas). Además, los clientes tienen acceso a programas de rehabilitación,
programa educacional, y programas de prevención.
Multicultural Ambulatory Addiction Services (MAAS)
426 East Street
New Haven, CT
Tel: (203) 495-7710
Servicio de recuperación de drogadicción para los Africanos-Americanos y Latinos. Por favor
llame para una cita.
7:30pm - Columbus House, 586 Ella Grasso Blvd. (H)
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For Spanish Speaking Patients
Self-Help Organizations
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(Selected meeting schedules on following pages)
Centro de Salud en la comunidad de Fair Haven
374 Grand Avenue
New Haven, CT 06513
Tel: (203) 777-7411
Website: www.fhchc.org
Por favor solo por sita. Abierto para todos los residentes en la vecindad de Fair Haven y
Wooster Square. Ofrece apoyo para personas con problemas de drogadicción, referencias y
tratmiento seguido. Ofrece intervención de crisis y conserjería personal de conducta por un
teraputa y consulta con un psicólogo de La Clínica Hispaña. Provee asistencia y recomendación legal. Provee asistencia para obtener el seguro apropiado y asistencia con las cuentas
medicas.
Junta Para Acción Progresiva, Inc.
169 Grand Avenue
New Haven, CT 06513
Tel: (203) 787-0191
Website: www.juntainc.org
Ofrece varios programas y servicios con especialidad para a la comunidad de Latinos gratis,
incluye educación para adultos, servicios de apoyo para la familia, asistencia y referencia legal
sobre los derechos de los immigrantes.
Proyecto APOYO
790 Grand Avenue
New Haven, CT 06513
Tel: (203) 772-1131
http://www.ccaoh.org/Our_Services/Youth/APOYO.htm
Un Programa Alternativo Aprobado bilingue bicultural designado para ofrecerle a jóvenes
Latino/Latina que hayan cometido un delito la supervisión, soporte, y educación necesaria
para obtener una vida positiva y productiva. Ofrece educación continua (ABE/GED) en este
lugar con maestro certificado bilingue, entrenamiento vocacional y asistencia con empleo, servicios de salud menta y referencias para clientes y sus familias; educación sobre la drogadicción
y referencias para evaluación y tratimiento, y hacer consiente la prevención de violencia, y programas para resolver conflictos.
Centro de Tratamiento de Drogadicción / Centro de Salud Mental de CT
1 Long Wharf Drive
New Haven, CT
Tel: (203) 974-5777
Website: http://www.dmhas.state.ct.us/cmhc/documents/services/services_SATU.htm
Provee evaluación para pacientes externos, referencias y tratamientos a pacientes adultos máa
de 18 años experimentando problemas con alcohol, mariguana, cocaine u opiatas.
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Alcoholics Anonymous
Website: www.ct-aa.org
Al-Anon / Alateen
Tel: (888) 825-2666
Website: www.ct-al-anon.org
Cocaine Anonymous
Tel: (800) 347-8998
Website: www.ca.org
Families Anonymous
Tel: (800) 736-9805
Website: www.familiesanonymous.org
Gamblers Anonymous
Hotline: (800) 346-6238
Referrals: (800) 777-5585
Gam-Anon Family Group
Tel: (800) 266-1908
Website: www.gam-anon.org
Gambling Treatment Program
Tel: (800) 344-2244
Website: www.dmhas.state.ct.us/gambling.htm
Marijuana Anonymous
Tel: (800) 766-6779
Website: www.nicotine-anonymous.org
Narcotics Anonymous
Tel: (800) 627-3543
Website: www.na.org
Nicotine Anonymous
Tel: (415) 750-0328
Website: www.nicotine-anonymous.org
Violence
Tel: (860) 282-7899
Crisis Line: (860) 774-2900
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United Teen Connection
Teen-to-Teen Helpline:
(203) 789-TEEN