NAFI North American Family Institute ASBTE

90 South Park Street
Willimantic, CT 06226

About NAFI North American Family Institute ASBTE

The North American Family Institute (NAFI) is a leading provider of behavioral health services. We offer a full range of services for adults, young adults, and families. Our programs include dual diagnosis, inpatient and outpatient rehab, cognitive behavioral therapy, creative arts therapy, family therapy, group therapy, individual therapy, recreational therapy, and trauma therapy. We are committed to providing the highest quality care and service to our clients and their families.

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.

  • 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.

  • Men's Rehab

    Men's Rehab

    A men’s rehab in Connecticut addresses the unique needs men have and allows them to build relationships in a gender-specific environment. In a men’s program, the activities, peer support, and counseling are tailored to the unique needs of men. This may include talking about career development, fatherhood, communication strategies, and more.

  • Women's Rehab

    Women's Rehab

    Those who join a women’s rehab program in Connecticut are given training in key life skills to help them address their unique challenges. In a women’s program, the activities, peer support, and counseling are tailored to the unique needs women have. This may include talking about building a career, motherhood, relationship safety, and more.

  • 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.

Insurance Coverage

  • 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.

  • 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.

Levels of Care

  • 1

    Inpatient Rehab

    Inpatient treatment in Connecticut is led by professionals who help you build new habits and skills to live a substance-free life. Inpatient care doesn’t just involve therapy, you also enjoy activities and outings, and many programs have holistic treatment like yoga, mindfulness, and more.

  • 2

    Aftercare Support

    In Connecticut, aftercare allows you to access additional resources and support to help you avoid relapse after treatment. A strong aftercare program can include ongoing counseling, education and employment support, housing services, and connections to community resources.

  • 3

    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.

  • Creative Arts Therapy

    Creative Arts Therapy

    Receiving creative arts therapy in Connecticut helps you express deep-rooted emotions, process trauma, and learn how to create a better life for yourself. Creative arts therapy can help you express emotions that are hard to talk about, helping you understand the experiences that shape your life so you can build new, positive habits.

  • 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.

  • Recreational Therapy

    Recreational Therapy

    In Connecticut, recreational therapy helps you learn to manage stress, communicate, and ask for help. This can make it easier to reach long-term recovery. Recreational therapy is commonly part of inpatient or intensive outpatient treatment and is often used to help clients gain confidence in their ability to overcome challenges and trust others for support.

  • 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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