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The Beckley House
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The Beckley House

The Beckley House is a 12 Step Adventure based sober house for men 18 years and older, located in Canaan, CT. designed to offer men with drug addiction, alcoholism and substance abuse disorder an opportunity to build a strong program of recovery while living and enjoying life with like minded fellows. Our mission is to...

HAVEN – Health Assistance InterVention Education Network
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HAVEN – Health Assistance InterVention Education Network

*Featured image (Left to Right: Robert Grillo · MD Board Member – HAVEN | Jolanta Gawinski · RN Health Program Supervisor – CT Department of Public Health Investigations Unit | Barbara Woods · Employee Assistance Program Manager – American Airlines | Roderick Marriot · Director, Drug Control Division – CT Dept. of Consumer Protection |...

RSCT @ ECSO
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RSCT @ ECSO

Recovery Services of Connecticut is a proud supporter of the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra (ECSO). *Featured image Solomiya Ivakhiz Violinist. TOSHIYUKI SHIMADA** is Music Director and conductor of the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra in New London; Music Director and Conductor of the Orchestra of the Southern Finger Lakes; and he has been just appointed as...

Delphi Behavioral Health Group
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Delphi Behavioral Health Group

SUBSTANCE ABUSE DETOX AND TREATMENT Delphi Behavioral Health Group is a growing network of drug and alcohol addiction treatment facilities that provides the entire spectrum of care to those who are ready to start on the road to addiction recovery. The unique quality of our treatment methods comes from our commitment to on-demand care, comprehensive...

Recovery Centers of America
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Recovery Centers of America

Affordable, Accessible and Local Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment from Recovery Centers of America. We know that patients who are treated well, get well sooner and stay well longer. As a result, we take a holistic approach to getting patients into a life of long-term, meaningful recovery. Our approach centers around a combination of the latest evidence-based...

2nd Annual Your Change Can Change Lives “Hope for Recovery” In Attendance
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2nd Annual Your Change Can Change Lives “Hope for Recovery” In Attendance

Recovery Services of Connecticut was proud to attend the 2nd Annual Your Change Can Change Lives Hope for Recovery Fundraiser. Many thanks to Heather Sinclair from Sinclair Risk & Financial Management, the designated “Recovery Warrior” from this event. “Great night celebrating the power of recovery at Hope For Recovery’s 2nd Annual Your Change Can Change...

CT EAPA Sept 19 Meeting · Common Sleep Disorders
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CT EAPA Sept 19 Meeting · Common Sleep Disorders

Date: Thursday, September 19, 2019 Time: 8:30 – 11:00 am Topic: Common Sleep Disorders Speaker: Rob McArthur Location: Gaylord Hospital, Wallingford The Connecticut Chapter of the Employee Assistance Professionals Association CT EAPA Mission Statement The objectives of the Connecticut Chapter are to foster the purposes of the Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA) and to provide...

Cape Cod Symposium on Addictive Disorder In Attendance
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Cape Cod Symposium on Addictive Disorder In Attendance

Every year Recovery Services of Connecticut looks forward to attending the Cape Cod Symposium and seeing many great friends and colleagues. This year was no different and want to mention a few notables that we came across at the Cape Cod Symposium on Addictive Order.           Robert Weiss, PhD, MSW is...

Right Path & RSCT Working Together
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Right Path & RSCT Working Together

The Recovery Experience at Right Path includes working together with Recovery Services of Connecticut. Each Client is treated as a unique individual who requires a team approach to effect sustained healthy recovery. With either day or evening hours, RSCT’s Outpatient Treatment Program (IOP) affords Right Path residents the ability to continue to work and take...

From The Office of the Surgeon General – Marijuana Use
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From The Office of the Surgeon General – Marijuana Use

The Office of the Surgeon General Dear Colleagues, Yesterday, I released an advisory on marijuana use and its impact on the developing brain. This Surgeon General’s Advisory is in response to high rates of marijuana use among pregnant women and young people, widespread and growing access to increasingly potent marijuana, and a mounting body of...

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