Certified Sober Living Homes
The Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) is currently listing the Connecticut certified Sober Living Homes as required by PA 18-171. DMHAS does not monitor, certify, or oversee sober living homes.
An operator of a Certified Sober Living Home that voluntarily reports its certified status to DMHAS shall provide the number of beds available in the Sober Living Home at the time of its report and weekly thereafter.
- CT Alliance of Recovery Residences (CTARR): http://ctrecoveryresidences.org/
- Connecticut Coalition of Recovery Residences (CCORR): http://ccorr.org/
An operator of a Certified Sober Living Home maintains at least two doses of opioid antagonists, on the premises and provides training to all of its residents in the administration of an opioid antagonist when such home is occupied by at least one resident who has been diagnosed with opioid use disorder.
- How to find mental health and substance use services in your area: www.ct.gov/dmhas/services
- Behavioral Health Recovery Program / Supportive Recovery Housing Service Providers (SRHS, Contracted by Advanced Behavioral Health for DMHAS: www.ct.gov/dmhas/bhrp
- Housing and Homeless Services: www.ct.gov/dmhas/housing
- About Medication Assisted Treatment: www.ct.gov/dmhas/mat
- HUSKY Health Medication Assisted Treatment Provider Locator Map: http://bit.ly/2ctbhpmatmap
- Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery: https://ccar.us/
- Advocacy Unlimited: www.mindlink.org
- 211 Infoline: www.211ct.org