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Fentanyl Resources, Treatment, and Hotlines in Connecticut

Connecticut has been grappling with a rise in fentanyl-related deaths, with the powerful synthetic opioid becoming a major concern for public health officials. The increasing presence of fentanyl in the state has led to a surge in overdose deaths, highlighting the need for greater awareness, prevention efforts, and access to lifesaving naloxone. If you or a loved one is struggling with fentanyl, reach out to one of our admissions navigators today at . They can provide the information, guidance, and support you need as you begin on your path to recovery.


Fentanyl Help Lines in Connecticut

If you or someone you know is struggling with fentanyl addiction in Connection, there are helplines that are available 24/7 with staff who can provide information on treatment options, support groups, and available resources. Remember, reaching out for help is the first step towards recovery, and you are not alone in this journey. Connecticut fentanyl resources include:


SAMHSA’s National Helpline - 1-800-662-HELP (4357)

 

The National Helpline by SAMHSA offers confidential treatment referrals and information services 24/7, every day of the year, at no cost. It extends support to individuals and families managing mental health and/or substance use disorders in English and Spanish.

988 Lifeline – 988

 

The 988 Lifeline encompasses a network of local crisis centers across the nation, providing no-cost and confidential emotional support to individuals undergoing suicidal crisis or emotional distress in the United States, and are available 24/7.

The Crisis Text Line is a nationwide option and resource where individuals can text or online chat with a live, trained crisis counselor. This text line offers services for a wide range of issues, ranging from addiction and mental health problems to eating disorders and gun violence. Getting in touch with the Crisis Text Line is easy. Simply visit their website or text “HOME” to 741741.

211 Connecticut – 211

 

211 Connecticut provides statewide services and connects those who live in Connecticut to the resources they need. The service offers referrals for family support services, health and wellness, and other support services–including mental health and substance use.

American Addiction Centers Addiction Helpline

 

The help line offered by us at American Addiction Centers offers confidential and complimentary guidance for individuals struggling with addiction, available round-the-clock. Our knowledgeable advisors are prepared to hear your story and assist in determining the best plan of action. They provide assistance and facilitate connections with specialized Fentanyl addiction treatment options tailored to your specific needs.

Local Fentanyl Resources in CT

Connecticut has various resources available to support those who are struggling with fentanyl addiction. By providing treatment programs,support groups, sober living facilities, and overdose prevention initiatives, the state is taking significant steps towards helping those in need access the help and support they require to begin on their path toward sobriety. Fentanyl resources in Connecticut include:

  • Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) offers a variety of addiction treatment services, including programs for individuals struggling with opioid addiction. They have a 24/7 helpline for individuals seeking treatment and can provide information on local resources for fentanyl addiction.
  • Connecticut Behavioral Health Partnership is a coalition of various state agencies that aims to simplify connecting CT residents with needed resources. The Partnership’s goal is to provide access to a more complete, coordinated, and effective system of community-based behavioral health services and support. 
  • Connecticut Addiction Hotline is available 24/7 to provide free and anonymous support to those struggling with addiction. Staff can share resources for alcohol and drug misuse and abuse as well as mental health issues, including treatment suggestions, crisis support and intervention, and local resource information. 
  • Sober living programs: Sober living programs in Connecticut provide alcohol- and drug-free residences for adults recovering from substance use disorders. These programs offer a supportive environment for individuals during their recovery, without providing formal substance use disorder treatment services. 
  • Support groups: There are various support groups in Connecticut that cover a wide range of topics such as mental health and addiction recovery. Some popular support groups in Colorado include Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and SMART Recovery, as well as local community organizations. These groups provide valuable peer-led opportunities for individuals facing various challenges to share experiences and gain support.
  • Treatment programs within rehab facilities: There are numerous treatment programs available within rehab facilities in Connecticut to address various substance abuse issues, mental health disorders, and dual diagnoses. These facilities may offer a continuum of care to address the complex issues of chemical dependency and mental health disorders. The treatment programs vary from detox to outpatient services, aiming to support individuals in their recovery journey.
  • Family support groups: Family support groups in Connecticut provide valuable resources and assistance to individuals facing various challenges. These groups offer emotional support, information, and resources to help members navigate difficult situations. Support groups play a crucial role in fostering empathy, providing a sense of community, and empowering individuals to cope with their challenges effectively. Groups such as Al-Anon and Families Anonymous can help foster understanding, communication, and healing within families.
  • Family assistance programs: Connecticut offers a variety of family assistance programs that support individuals and families facing challenges by providing various services and support. The programs aim to strengthen families, reduce conflicts, and connect families to services that offer ongoing support within their community. Programs such as the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Family Support Network aim to provide crucial support to families in need and improve their overall well-being.

Connecticut Fentanyl Statistics

Fentanyl use is a growing concern in Colorado. In 2022, 1,467 Connecticut residents died from drug overdoses involving opioid drugs–80% of those deaths were caused by fentanyl.1

In 2022 in Connecticut:2 

  • ilicit opioids and stimulants were the main causes of drug overdose deaths.
  • 92% of overdose deaths involved an opioid (e.g. fentanyl, heroin, or a prescription opioid pain reliever). 
  • 86% of overdose deaths were caused by fentanyl.

Get Fentanyl Help in Connecticut

If you or someone you know is struggling with fentanyl addiction in Connecticut, it is important to reach out for help as soon as possible. There are resources available, such as treatment programs, support groups, and naloxone distribution programs, that can help save lives and provide the necessary support for recovery. You can also reach out to our admissions navigators at , and they can provide the support, guidance, and information. that you need. Remember that help is available, and it is never too late to seek assistance and start the journey towards recovery.

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McCall Center for Behavioral Health - Carnes Weeks Center

When I was so sick and had to go to the first hospital and other appts., the Director herself came by to see me, picked me up and dropped me off. She was very accommodating. The chef went out of his way to provide me with a special diet that was low or no sodium. He researched cirrhosis to accommodate me. The staff was very concerned, kind, and compassionate through my in and out of the facility and hospitals. I still keep in touch with them and keep them informed and aware of my progress and sober accomplishments. They showed me genuine acceptance and compassion and were very encouraging. I recommend Carnes Weeks to anyone I come across looking for a good rehab. I love that place!

- Elizabeth
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Rushford at Meriden

Communication is a strength. A family member goes to that facility and are well listeners.

- Anonymous
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New Prospects

I found New Prospects to be effective for me. One can only get out what one puts in. I met many great people and a few not so great, both workers and clients. For me, I needed the this place. Life has not been a bowl of cherries since, but I have maintained 2 1/2 years clean time since. New Prospects offers clean private rooms w/your own bath, 1 on 1 therapy as well as group with qualified staff. My stay there in 2014 was a game changher and saved my life.

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