Community Health Center Meriden

134 State Street
Meriden, CT 06450

About Community Health Center Meriden

Welcome to Community Health Center Meriden! We offer a variety of services to help our patients heal and recover from substance abuse and mental health disorders. We offer dual diagnosis treatment, young adult rehab, adult rehab, elderly rehab, LGBTQ friendly rehab, military rehab, outpatient rehab, and cognitive behavioral therapy. Dialectical behavior therapy, experiential therapy, family therapy, group therapy, and individual therapy are also available. Our goal is to provide you with the tools and resources you need to heal and recover from your addiction or mental health disorder. Thank you for choosing Community Health Center Meriden!

Addiction Treatment Programs

  • Dual Diagnosis

    Dual Diagnosis

    People with a dual diagnosis may be using substances to self-medicate. A high-quality rehab in Connecticut can address both issues and help you reach recovery. In dual diagnosis programs, the activities, peer support, and counseling are tailored to the unique needs of those with mental health concerns. This may include additional therapy, medication, or peer support.

  • Young Adult Rehab

    Young Adult Rehab

    When people join a young adult rehab in Connecticut, they learn key life skills while receiving treatment. In a young adult program, the activities, peer support, and counseling are tailored to the unique needs of this age group. This may include talking about how to start a career, have a family, and live independently.

  • Adult Program

    Adult Program

    Adult programs in Connecticut address a wide range of substance use issues while also helping clients with concerns such as raising children or building a career. In an adult program, the activities, peer support, and counseling are tailored to the unique needs of this age group. This may include talking about how to build a career, raise a family, and handle the many responsibilities of independent living.

  • LGBTQ Friendly Rehab

    LGBTQ Friendly Rehab

    For those who identify as LGBTQ+, an LGBTQ+ friendly rehab in Connecticut can give you the understanding and safety you need to break free from addiction. These treatment programs offer detox, inpatient treatment, and outpatient care tailored to the unique needs and challenges of the LGBTQ+ community.

  • Military Rehab

    Military Rehab

    Finding a military rehab in Connecticut can make all the difference in helping you overcome substance use if you’re a veteran or service member. In a military program, the activities, peer support, and counseling are tailored to the unique needs of service members and veterans. This may include trauma-informed care, treatment for PTSD, stress management, and more.

  • Senior Rehab

    Senior Rehab

Insurance Coverage

  • Medicaid

    Medicaid

    When looking for ways to pay for rehab in Connecticut, consider Medicaid if you are struggling to afford treatment. Programs that accept Medicaid can offer any level of care, including detox, inpatient, and outpatient. Your out-of-pocket costs, if any, are likely to be very low.

  • Private insurance

    Private insurance

    Using private insurance is a great way to pay for rehab in Connecticut. Depending on your insurance plan, it may cover some or all of the costs of treatment. Check on details such as how much your deductible and copayments are, as well as which treatment centers are in your plan’s network.

  • Self-pay options

    Self-pay options

    Paying out of pocket for addiction treatment in Connecticut is known as self-pay. You can get a medical loan, electronically send payment to the center, or even write a check. Talk to the rehab center about the fee structure, which may depend on the level of care.

  • Financial aid

    Financial aid

    When looking for ways to pay for rehab in Connecticut, consider asking about financial aid programs. Finding aid programs takes some research. Look for community groups or nonprofits in your area that may offer assistance, or ask individual treatment centers if they offer scholarships and grants.

  • Sliding scale payment assistance

    Sliding scale payment assistance

    There are many ways to pay for rehab in Connecticut. One option is to look for programs with a sliding scale payment plan. Centers make lower fee arrangements for those in need based on income and family size. You may need to provide documentation.

  • Medicare

    Medicare

    If you’re looking for ways to pay for rehab in Connecticut, consider using Medicare. Plans vary, so be sure to get all the details before you start treatment. You may have out-of-pocket costs such as deductibles and copays.

Levels of Care

  • 1

    Outpatient Rehab

    If you’ve recently finished a residential treatment program, participating in outpatient treatment in Connecticut can help you reinforce and practice your new habits. During outpatient treatment, clients have independence outside of sessions, allowing them to work, attend school, and practice their new habits in real-world situations.

Therapies

  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy

    Cognitive Behavior Therapy

    Cognitive behavioral therapy in Connecticut involves being aware of how your thoughts are connected to your feelings and behavior. CBT can help you identify and challenge maladaptive thoughts, calm your mind, and face your fears rationally.

  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy

    Dialectical Behavior Therapy

    Dialectical behavioral therapy in Connecticut involves embracing your strengths and building confidence in your ability to make positive changes. DBT can help you replace problem behaviors with skills that give you a healthier way to manage stress and handle substance use triggers.

  • Experiential Therapy

    Experiential Therapy

    When you’re struggling with addiction in Connecticut, nontraditional approaches can help you heal. Experiential therapy, which uses hands-on activities to work through emotions, is one example. Substance use treatment includes detox, inpatient treatment, and outpatient care, and experiential therapy may be a part of each of these stages. The goal is to help clients work through their emotions using healthy strategies instead of substance use.

  • Family Therapy

    Family Therapy

    Many people have challenging family backgrounds, and addiction can create unhealthy dynamics as well. Family therapy in Connecticut allows you to address these concerns. Family therapy is a common part of both inpatient and outpatient substance use treatment and may be used to help address trauma, build better relationships, and help loved ones become part of your support network.

  • Group Therapy

    Group Therapy

    It’s easy to feel isolated when you battle addiction, but group therapy in Connecticut can show you you’re not alone. In rehab, group therapy is only one of the elements of treatment, along with activities, peer support, individual counseling, relapse prevention, and more. Together, all these methods support you in establishing long-term recovery.

  • Individual Therapy

    Individual Therapy

    Individual therapy in Connecticut can provide professional support and accountability as you work through substance use treatment. Substance use treatment includes detox, inpatient treatment, and outpatient care, and individual therapy may be a part of each of these stages. The goal is to help clients address the roots of addiction, develop motivation to change, and create new habits for a substance-free life.

  • Trauma Therapy

    Trauma Therapy

    Trauma is an emotional response to a terrible event, and some people use substances to numb those emotions. Trauma-informed therapy in Connecticut can help you address what happened and consciously create a healthier response. Substance use and trauma are interrelated, and trauma-informed therapy involves working with the therapist and your support network to create healthy coping skills, become empowered, and improve resilience.

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