Addiction & Substance Abuse



  • Self-help group for families and friends of alcoholics.  Refer to website for a list of local meetings.
  • No Fee

BH Care

203-483-2650 X2245 (Intake Coordinator)
14 Sycamore Way, Branford, CT (Located at the end of the cul-de-sac)

  • Provides medication management, group counseling, and individual counseling for mental health and substance abuse.
  • Spanish-speaking clinician on staff.
  • Accepts the following insurance plans:  Title 19, Husky ABCD, Medicare, Medicaid, and some private insurance such as Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield.
  • Offers a sliding scale based on affordability for those who do not possess health insurance.

Catholic Charities

501 Lombard Street, New Haven, CT


CT Mental Health

34 Park Street, New Haven, CT

  • Provides clinical and case management services to individuals who have serious mental illness, often complicated by substance abuse. 
  • Walk in hours are Monday-Friday from 9 AM- 2 PM.
  • ONLY for students who do not possess health insurance.

The Connection Counseling Centers
48 Howe Street, New Haven, CT:  203-624-1855
205 Orange Street, New Haven, CT:  203-776-9900

  • Serves individuals who are 18 years or older and have substance abuse and mental health challenges.
  • We also serve family members or significant others who are involved with a substance abuser.
  • Services provided include individual, group counseling, & case management.
  • We accept the following insurance plans:  state insurance, Husky ABCD, private insurance, Cigna, Etna, and Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield.

Hill Health Center

20 Church Street- Gateway Annex, Corner of Church & Crown Street Entrance

  • Accepts HUSKY and Medicare insurance plans.  Offers a sliding scale beginning at $20 for clients who do not possess health insurance.

226 Dixwell Avenue, New Haven, CT:  203-503-3470

  • Available for both children and adults: internal medicine, pediatrics, mental health counseling, and addiction services.
  • There are also special programs available such as the Village of Power; a recovery program for woman who may be struggling with substance abuse, homelessness, mental health challenges or HIV/AIDS.

913 State Street, New Haven, CT:  203-503-3660

  • Offers a variety of specialized medical services as well as mental health counseling and substance abuse treatment.