This is a 28 day program (men only). A treatment day includes group and individual counseling. Knowing that addiction affects the family, we encourage families to participate. Our Family Education Group is every Sunday at 12:30 and facilitated by our clinical staff.
This is designed for clients living in the community; yet need the structure and support of others when 12 step programs are not enough. IOP meets three days a week, three hours a day and client can be evaluated by our psychiatrist. Right now, we offer a day and evening programs. IOP is co-ed.
Counseling is providing in group, individual or family therapies. Specialized Groups include:
In addition to counseling services, FTC has physicians who will prescribe suboxone and sublocade, a monthly suboxone injection.
All clients seeking medication-assisted therapy will be required to attend psychosocial counseling programs.
We know that women have different challenges and are uncomfortable in co-ed programs. At Farrell, we provide a safe environment for women to discuss and address their issues with addiction, trauma, mental health and family issues. We have female psychiatrists who can prescribe medications for mood disorders and addiction (suboxone, sublocade, naltrexone) and our counselors are women.
Farrell Treatment Center is a nonprofit substance abuse treatment facility licensed by the State of Connecticut. We are a recovery oriented system of care with a focus on the individual. Our programs are designed to assist our clients in finding solutions, strength and hope. We know that all of our clients having different needs and goals; therefore, we designed our treatment programs to incorporate a variety of approaches; 12 steps facilitation, mindfulness, relapse prevention, seeking safety, family involvement and neurobiological interventions are a sample of treatment modalities. Our staff are dedicated to helping others achieve a healthy, substance free lifestyle by providing a non judgmental atmosphere of respect and dignity.