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Did you know...?

Barbiturates such as Amytal, Nembutal, Seconal, and Phenobarbital, are also known as  barbs, reds, red birds, phennies, tooies, yellows, yellow jackets.

Barbiturates give the user temporary reduced anxiety and a short-lived feeling of well-being and lowered inhibitions thus they are addictive because the user wants that feeling back.

They slow the pulse and breathing and lower blood pressure.

They give the user poor concentration, fatigue and  confusion.

They impair coordination, memory and judgment and therefore people can do very stupid things under their influence.

A person using them may experience respiratory depression and arrest ultimately leading to death.



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Connecticut  Inpatient Rehab Treatment Centers

Alcohol and Substance Abuse

If you're seeking help for yourself or a loved one, you're not alone... according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, there were the following admissions to drug and alcohol treatment programs in Connecticut:

In 2006, there were 46,491  There were 47,155 in 2005.

Also, according to NSDUH data, approximately 89,000 people in Connecticut reported needing but not receiving treatment for illicit drug within a year of the 2004 / 2005 study.



APT Foundation Inc Residential Services Division 425 Grant Street Bridgeport CT 06610 (203) 337-9943
Mountainside Lodge Inc   187 Route 7 South Canaan CT 06018 (860) 824-1397
Midwestern CT Council on Alcoholism Outpatient 38 Old Ridgebury Road Danbury CT 06810 (203) 792-4515
Connection Inc Mothers Retreat 542 Long Hill Road Groton CT 06340 (860) 405-2107 x108
Wakeman Hall at the Children's Center Hamden Inc/ Inpatient and Outpatient 1400 Whitney Avenue Hamden CT 06517 (203) 248-2116 x341
Alcohol and Drug Recovery Centers (ADRC)  Coventry House Pregnant Women's Program 46 Coventry Street Hartford CT 06112 (860) 714-3703
Alcohol and Drug Recovery Centers (ADRC)  Residential Program Intermediate 500 Blue Hills Avenue Hartford CT 06112 (860) 714-3739
Youth Challenge of Connecticut 
Long Term Male Residential Center
15-17-19 May Street Hartford CT 06105 (860) 728-5199
New Hope Manor Inc Residential 48 Hartford Road Manchester CT 06040 (860) 643-2701
Connection House 167 Liberty Street Middletown CT 06457 (860) 343-5512
The Connection Inc  Hallie House Women and Children's Center 99 Eastern Drive Middletown CT 06457 (860) 343-5513
Crossroads Inc  Men's Unit 54 East Ramsdell Street New Haven CT 06515 (203) 387-0094 x115
Crossroads Inc  Women's Unit 54 East Ramsdell Street New Haven CT 06515 (203) 387-0094
SE Council on Alcoholic and Drug Depend Inc  (SCADD) 37 Camp Moween Road Lebanon CT 06249 (860) 447-8021
SE Council on Alcoholic and Drug Depend Inc  - Altruism House Female 62-64 Coit Street New London CT 06320 (860) 442-1017
Stonington Institute 75 Swantown Hill Road North Stonington CT 06359 (800) 832-1022
SE Council on Alcoholic and Drug Depend Inc  Altruism House for Men 313 Main Street Norwich CT 06360 (860) 889-3414
Rushford Center Inc  - Intermediate Residential Unit 325 Main Street Portland CT 06480 (860) 342-3252
Community Prevention Addiction Services Inc  - New Life Center Intermediate Residential Treatment Program 391 Pomfret Street Putnam CT 06260 (860) 963-6763
MCCA - Trinity Glen 149 West Cornwall Road Sharon CT 06069 (860) 672-6689
Liberation Programs Inc -
Liberation House
119 Main Street Stamford CT 06901 (203) 356-1980
Central Naugatuck Valley Help Inc 
Rev Edward Dempsey Drug Services Program
900 Watertown Avenue Waterbury CT 06708 (203) 756-8984
Connecticut Renaissance Inc -
East Residential Treatment Facility
31 Wolcott Street Waterbury CT 06702 (203) 753-2341
Morris Foundation Inc - Women and Children's Program 79 Beacon Street Waterbury CT 06704 (203) 574-3311


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