Yale - Continuing Care
Drug Rehab Center in New Haven, Connecticut
About Yale - Continuing Care in Connecticut
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Continuing Care is an addiction treatment facility in New Haven, Connecticut. They treat people suffering from dual diagnosis and mental health. They offer dual-diagnosis and outpatient levels of care. Continuing Care accepts private health insurance.
Conditions and Issues Treated
A detailed list of the primary issues commonly treated.
Getting sober on your own is not only dangerous during the initial detox, it is also more likely to result in a relapse later on. Addiction treatment centers provide a monitored environment where you will get the medical attention you need, as well as the emotional support to overcome drug or alcohol abuse.
Dual-Diagnosis Treatment at Yale - Continuing CareThe most common co-occurring disorders are schizophrenia, depression, and bipolar disorder. Most rehab facilities in Connecticut provide patients with a dual diagnosis. Dual diagnosis gives rehab the means to treat addiction while restoring mental and emotional health. Yale - Continuing Care‘s team of doctors, counselors, nurses, therapists and other medical staff will conduct a comprehensive assessment. They will determine the appropriate treatments for an individual patient to maximize their chances of recovery.
Recovery is not simply about stopping drug use. Recovery is working with addiction while recovering mental health issues that are fueling the addiction in the first place.
Dual Diagnosis (Co-Occuring Disorders), Mental Health
Levels of Care Offered
Yale - Continuing Care offers a variety of treatment.
This center offers a variety of custom treatment tailored to individual recovery. Currently available are Dual-Diagnosis, Outpatient, with additional therapies available as listed below.
Outpatient treatment is considered the lower intensity level of addiction treatment. It’s ideal for early phase addiction or lower intensity addictions. It may include weekly sessions instead of daily. It may include weekly sessions instead of daily. Peer group support, 12-step programs, and individual counseling may still be involved but at a lesser frequency than an intensive outpatient program. It is a good choice for someone who doesn’t need to go through a medically supervised detox and who has a supportive home environment. It requires motivation and dedication to commit to the program without constant monitoring.
Therapies & Programs
The methods used to care for each individual at this New Haven, CT Facility.
Groups typically involve meetings with other recovering addicts who can relate to one another’s experiences. They might meet in person or online and typically focus on the process of staying sober rather than overcoming a specific addiction.
In these groups managed by Yale - Continuing Care, addicts can build a sense of community and develop strong emotional connections with others who understand what they are going through. These beneficial relationships can help addicts overcome their cravings and prevent relapse at any point during the recovery process.
In general, trauma therapy is a clinical process that helps individuals deal with mental stress often caused by traumatic events. The therapist helps the person identify, understand, and work through the problem. This is done with the help of talking about it in group or one-on-one counseling sessions. Therapists use relaxation, role-playing, art, and music to help the person open up about what is bothering them.
There are many different types of trauma therapists, such as psychiatric nurses and counselors. Not everyone is a good candidate for this type of therapy; it is generally reserved for people who have recently experienced a traumatic event and struggle to get over it. It is often done for children, teenage victims of sexual assault, and war veterans.
REBT, or Rational Emotional Behavior Therapy, is a way of replacing negative thoughts with positive ones. It teaches people how to deal effectively with their unwanted habits and emotions. Some common problems people have are procrastination, unhealthy eating, and angry outbursts. Learning how to deal with these problems in a productive manner makes them less apt to come back.
Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Dual-Diagnosis, Electroconvulsive Therapy, Group Therapy, Outpatient Treatment (OP), Residential Long Term (>30 Days), Trauma Therapy
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New Haven, Connecticut 6511 Phone Number(203) 784-8700 Meta DetailsUpdated February 21, 2023
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1294 Chapel street
New Haven, Connecticut 6511
Dual Diagnosis, Mental Health
Yale New Haven Health
New Haven, Connecticut Addiction Information
Connecticut has a higher rate of substance abuse and addiction than the national average. The state ranks in the top 10 in the country for illicit drug dependence among those ages 18 to 25. In 2010, there were 9,211 people admitted to an alcohol treatment facility for alcohol abuse combined with a secondary drug. Connecticut ranked fifth in the United States of America for the number of fatalities involving drunk driving in 2014.
There are 9,000 people addicted to drugs in New Haven, Connecticut. The most common drugs are methamphetamines and marijuana. Alcohol is also abused by many residents. 20% of Connecticut residents have a substance abuse disorder, and 28,409 people died from drug overdoses in 2015. Drug treatment centers in New Haven, CT, offer detoxification. The therapeutic portion of treatment may involve individual counseling, group therapy, and recreational activities.
Treatment in Nearby Cities
- West Haven, CT (2.7 mi.)
- Hamden, CT (5.5 mi.)
- Branford, CT (6.8 mi.)
- North Haven, CT (6.9 mi.)
- Ansonia, CT (7.7 mi.)
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