Most Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

You can start by completing the online application located on our website. It will be submitted to us automatically and we will reach out to you within 24 hours of receiving the application. Paper applications may be completed and faxed to (860) 471-8141 or emailed to info@ctrecoveryhouse.com. Alternatively, you can call us at (860) 440-7960 with any questions and bed availability.

Administrative Fee: $150.00 required prior to move in (one-time, non-refundable fee to cover administrative costs)

  Single Occupancy Room: $165.00/week or $725.00/month

  Multiple Occupancy Room: $155.00/week or $675.00/month

  Air Conditioner Usage Fee: $20.00/month

Along with the accountability, support, and structure that Connecticut Recovery House provides, the weekly fee includes: all utilities including premium internet with lightning fast Wi-Fi, ROKU TV in common areas, ROKU TV in every bedroom, essential house supplies, and laundry facilities. Connecticut Recovery House service fees also include assertive linkages to community resources, recovery coaching services, special activities, and substance screening services. Upon arrival, each Guest will be given a sheet set, pillow and comforter.

Not necessarily. In most cases, Connecticut Recovery House is provided to people successfully discharging from a treatment program. We have seen situations where people need to enter recovery residences without attending treatment. We will assess each person to ensure they are in the proper level of care.

While there is no minimum length of stay, most people stay 6 to 8 months.

Recovery Coaching is an ongoing professional relationship that supports individuals who are in recovery from addictions.  Recovery coaches work with individuals to set and reach powerful, effective, meaningful and relevant goals. Recovery coaching can provide the tools, encouragement, support and structure to accomplish more.  While linkage to recovery coaching is offered to each guest at Connecticut Recovery House, an individual’s participation in recovery coaching is completely optional. 

Yes! All Connecticut Recovery House Guests, staff, and volunteers are trained for overdose reversal with naloxone.