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OUTPATIENT | MEDICATION ASSISTED TREATMENT  
INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT | MEDICATION ASSISTED TREATMENT 
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SCADD
INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT

321 MAIN STREET
NORWICH, CT
(860) 889-3178
932 BANK STREET
NEW LONDON, CT
(860) 437-2383
47 COIT STREET
NEW LONDON, CT
(860) 447-1717

This program meets 3 days a week and offers a higher level of treatment than a regular Outpatient program. The treatment focus is on relapse prevention, psycho-educational groups, trigger identification, and integration of the recovery philosophy into one’s lifestyle. Leisure management, spirituality, and alternative coping skills are included in this program. Daytime and evening programs available.

SCADD offers Pineview program for men who who are clinically appropriate for Intensive Outpatient and who are in need of housing while attending the program. To find more information, visit our Residential Programs section of this website:

 

  • Serving men & women
  • An alternative to inpatient
  • Treatment based on individualized needs
  • Accepting self and community referrals
  • Educational groups
  • Handicapped accessible
  • Urinalysis & Hair Screening
  • Referral Services

 

DIRECTIONS

321 Main St, Norwich

932 Bank St, New London

47 Coit St, New London

 

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Medication Assisted Treatment

Many clients engaged in clinical treatment still struggle to maintain their recovery. For some clients, medication assisted treatment (MAT) can help. MAT for opioid use disorder is a safe, and effective strategy to decrease the frequency and amount of opiod use and reduce the risk of overdose when combined with behavioral therapies. MAT is recognized as a central element in the National Opioid Initiative. For more information on SCADD's MAT Program, please call 860-447-1717.

 

“The SCADD program has helped me to become the strong, independent person that I wanted to be. With their help I’ve been able to stay clean, and be a good mom.”
-PB

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Funded by the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and the United Way of Southeastern Connecticut