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Treatment in Norwalk, Connecticut

Norwalk
5 Minute Read | Published Oct 12 2023 | Updated Jan 14 2024
Explore a network of trusted addiction recovery centers in Norwalk. Our comprehensive directory connects you with top-tier facilities dedicated to helping individuals on their journey to sobriety. Discover a range of treatment options, compassionate professionals, and tailored support services in Norwalk.

Treatment Centers And Meetings in Norwalk, Connecticut

Treatment Centers
Mental Health Catholic Charities of Fairfield County - Catholic Charities Norwalk
120 East Avenue, Norwalk, Connecticut, 06851
Outpatient Treatment
Grants and Private Insurance accepted
Mental Health Connecticut Counseling Centers - Norwalk Clinic
20 North Main Street, Norwalk, Connecticut, 06854
Outpatient Treatment
Grants and Private Insurance accepted
Substance Abuse Family and Children's Agency - Project Reward
9 Mott Avenue, Norwalk, Connecticut, 06850
Outpatient Treatment
Medicaid and Medicare accepted
Mental Health Keystone House - Supervised Housing Program
12 Genoa Street, Norwalk, Connecticut, 06851
Outpatient Treatment
Medicare, Medicaid and Self-payment options
Mental Health Keystone House - Group Home
4 Saint John Street, Norwalk, Connecticut, 06855
Outpatient Treatment
Medicare, Medicaid and Self-payment options
Mental Health Norwalk Hospital - Department of Psychiatry
24 Stevens Street, Norwalk, Connecticut, 06850
Outpatient Treatment
Grants and Private Insurance accepted
Substance Abuse Saint Vincent's Medical Center - Outpatient Behavioral Health
1 Lois Street, Norwalk, Connecticut, 06851
Outpatient Treatment
Grants and Private Insurance accepted
Substance Abuse Norwalk Hospital - Behavioral Health
34 Maple street, Norwalk, Connecticut, 06856
Outpatient Detox and Inpatient Treatment
Grants and Private Insurance accepted
Substance Abuse Community Health Center
49 Day street, Norwalk, Connecticut, 06854
Outpatient Treatment
Medicaid and Medicare accepted
Substance Abuse Child Guidance Center of MidFairfield County
100 East Avenue, Norwalk, Connecticut, 06851
Outpatient Treatment
Grants and Private Insurance accepted
Substance Abuse Liberation Programs - Families in Recovery Program
4 Elmcrest Terrace, Norwalk, Connecticut, 06850
Inpatient Detox and Inpatient Treatment
Medicaid and Medicare accepted
Substance Abuse Connecticut Renaissance - High Street
17 High Street, Norwalk, Connecticut, 06851
Outpatient Detox
Medicaid and Medicare accepted
Substance Abuse MCCA
57 West Rocks Road N, Norwalk, Connecticut, 06856
Outpatient Treatment
Self-payment options
Substance Abuse International Institute for Alcoholism and Training
111 New Canaan Avenue N, Norwalk, Connecticut, 06850
Outpatient Treatment
Self-payment options
Substance Abuse Grupo Hispano de Norwalk
3 West Main Street N, Norwalk, Connecticut, 06851
Outpatient Treatment
Self-payment options
Substance Abuse Old World Ceramics
151 Woodward Avenue N, Norwalk, Connecticut, 06856
Outpatient Treatment
Self-payment options
Substance Abuse Norwalk Rehabilitation Services
37 North Avenue N, Norwalk, Connecticut, 06856
Outpatient Treatment
Self-payment options
Substance Abuse Easter Seals of Connecticut
14 Strawberry Hill Avenue N, Norwalk, Connecticut, 06855
Outpatient Treatment
Self-payment options
Mental Health Connecticut Renaissance
4 Byington Place, Norwalk, Connecticut, 06850
Outpatient Treatment
Grants and Private Insurance accepted

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