Getting the Help You Need
Drug and alcohol addiction are issues that affect each region of the United States. Connecticut has seen a spike in accidental deaths involving drugs, alcohol, and opioids. Here, legislators believe that treating substance use disorders as a public health and safety issue is the key to saving lives. However, finding the right Connecticut drug and alcohol rehab center can be an uphill battle.
When looking for a rehabilitation center in Connecticut, family members and loved ones have to look outside the horizon. While many treatment facilities are available in the area, many therapists recommend getting away or looking elsewhere for treatment. By choosing a change of scenery, those in treatment can finally get away from whatever toxic situation they might find themselves in to find the help they need.
That’s why every year, at Lighthouse Recovery Institute, we receive hundreds of people coming from Connecticut to Florida to get the help they need and the change of scenery that they deserve to start from zero.
Substance Abuse Treatment Programs
At Lighthouse Recovery Institute, we follow a comprehensive and holistic treatment approach that focuses on the patient. From detox to aftercare recovery programs, our long-term treatments are designed to help each person beat addiction.
Withdrawal from drugs and alcohol can be dangerous and uncomfortable. By seeking help at a detox facility, people can safely have the medical support they need to start their recovery journey.
Residential rehab programs are ideal for those seeking a treatment plan with supervision and support. These live-in programs are the safest and most comprehensive rehab options available.
Intensive Outpatient Rehab
Intensive outpatient programs (IOP) are excellent for those who have gone through detox and inpatient treatment. Ideal for those who want to maintain school, work, and other obligations attending rehab.
Dual Diagnosis Programs
Connecticut has seen a spike in mental health disorders, which are highly related to drug abuse. A dual diagnosis program helps address both conditions simultaneously to guarantee a comprehensive and long-term recovery.
Aftercare Recovery Programs
We believe in comprehensive treatment that focuses heavily on relapse prevention. Part of this includes incorporating aftercare recovery programs that offer support to early recovery while maintaining sobriety and celebrating their recovery.
Drug and Alcohol Treatment Options
When it comes to treating substance use disorders, a combination of evidence-based treatment options separates excellent recovery programs from mediocre ones. The Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services recommends a collective treatment approach that incorporates different modalities to address addiction and mental health as a whole.
In some cases, people might need to follow a medication regimen to manage side effects, mental health disorders, and other conditions. However, medication-assisted treatment (MAT) ensures they follow a regimen that doesn’t result in addiction.
A huge part of drug and alcohol addiction recovery involves psychotherapy. We turn to evidence-based treatments like cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and other therapies to promote a fundamental change in behavior and start the recovery process.
Addiction is a family disease that often can break the family unity. We incorporate family therapy in everyone’s treatment plan to ensure collective healing even from a distance. Family therapy also helps loved ones learn coping mechanisms and relapse prevention measures.
Another significant element of addiction treatment is group therapy. Both in-house and through 12-step group meetings, we believe building a sense of fellowship and community is fundamental for long-term recovery and sobriety.
Trauma and addiction are closely related. Trauma therapy helps address any unresolved past traumas that might be fueling certain behaviors, including addiction. This step is paramount to start addressing addiction and solve any underlying conditions.
Serving All Connecticut
At Lighthouse Recovery Institute, we’ve helped people from all over Connecticut get the help and assistance they need to win their battle against addiction. Our services are available to those in:
- New Haven
Opioid-involved deaths continue to increase
My daughter has been struggling with addiction for a while now. I was connected with Lighthouse Recovery Institute and grateful for their help for my daughter and my family. They remained in constant communication with me, and their family support liaison directed me to multiple resources that were very helpful to obtain support for myself, as well. I would recommend them for someone who is struggling with addiction and whose family needs support as I did.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will Insurance Cover Addiction Treatment?
Most insurance policies will cover some or all of your addiction treatment. However, to verify the exact level of coverage, it’s paramount that you contact your insurance provider to help you understand your policy better. At Lighthouse Recovery Institute, we accept most major insurance providers and can help you verify your insurance to see if you’ll have coverage.
Will Someone Help Me Move to Florida for Treatment?
If you’re considering leaving Connecticut to receive addiction treatment in Florida, our team can help you navigate the process. From talking to your insurance provider about coverage for residential treatment to helping you find a sober living home close to our facilities, our admissions team is here to assist you every step of the way. Don’t hesitate to schedule a virtual tour of our treatment center and learn more about our residence.
About Lighthouse Recovery Institute Drug and Alcohol Rehab
For those ready to enter drug rehab or alcohol rehab, coming to Lighthouse Recovery Institute can turn lives around. Patients from Litchfield to New Haven have found the calm and peaceful setting that Florida offers to help them during recovery will readily attest to the usefulness of taking the trip.
Lighthouse Recovery Institute provides inpatient and outpatient programs, counseling, therapy, and additional resources such as teaching sober life skills.
Don’t let addiction dominate your life for one more day. If you are unsure whether an inpatient or outpatient drug addiction program is best to choose, we encourage you to call now and speak to a staff member. We are a call away to help guide you during your time of need and help you make the best decision for drug rehab.