APT Foundation

1 Long Wharf Dr, New Haven, CT 06511

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About APT Foundation

APT Foundation is a comprehensive drug and alcohol rehab and mental healthcare facility for adults in New Haven, Connecticut. Their services include medically supervised detox, medication-assisted treatment (MAT), telehealth care, residential treatment, intensive outpatient programs (IOP), standard outpatient programs (OP), and aftercare programming.

Clients receive medical and mental health assessments, personalized care planning, and comprehensive case management. Those in alcohol and/or opioid recovery may enroll in the medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program, which may include methadone or suboxone induction and maintenance. Clients also engage in intensive, trauma-informed individual, group, and family counseling drawing on proven modalities such as CBT, DBT, and motivational interviewing. The program promotes clients’ sustained sobriety and successful reintegration into their home, workplace, and community through robust recovery-focused life-skills training. They prioritize vocational services, including academic and vocational training and employment assistance. Their aftercare services ensure a complete continuum of care aligned with clients’ evolving needs and may include peer coaching, career counseling, 12-Step program facilitation, and referrals for medical, mental health, and social service programs.

APT Foundation is accredited by CARF. They accept private insurance and self-pay and offer financial aid and low-cost and no-cost services.

Addiction Treatment Programs

Alcoholism Drug Rehab


Alcohol rehab in Connecticut is not a one-size-fits-all solution. That’s why a variety of programs and treatment methods are available to meet you where you are. Through personalized treatment, alcohol rehab is designed to help you achieve sobriety and maintain long-term recovery from alcohol use disorder.

Drug Rehab

Drug rehab in Connecticut provides the professional support that is often necessary to break free from drug dependency. With proper treatment, individuals can make changes that restore balance and health to their lives and achieve long-term recovery.

Levels of Care


Detox & MAT

Drug rehab in Connecticut typically starts with detox. This is the process of ridding your body of all addicti...ve substances. This happens under supervision, so medical staff can treat withdrawal symptoms and help you through the process.
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Inpatient Rehab

Inpatient drug rehab in Connecticut is the most intensive level of care for addiction treatment. Upon admissio...n, they engage in extensive psychotherapy, receive recovery-focused life skills training, and participate in evidence-based complementary therapies, such as meditation, massage, acupuncture, and/or animal, creative arts, recreational, and experiential therapy.
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Outpatient Rehab

Many individuals turn to outpatient rehab in Connecticut after they complete an inpatient program. This treatm...ent is less intensive and usually involves attending several counseling sessions per week and attending a support group such as NA or AA. Outpatient rehab may be short or long-term, depending on the needs of the individual.
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private-insurance icon Private Insurance

Private insurance is one of the best ways to lower the cost of alcohol and drug rehab in Connecticut. Keep in ...mind, however, that coverage rates and other treatment details will differ, depending on your insurance carrier and policy. Be sure to verify your coverage details before entering a treatment program.
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self-pay icon Self-Pay Options

If you are under- or uninsured, self-pay options can help keep your out-of-pocket costs at an affordable level... for alcohol or drug rehab in Connecticut.
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Contact APT Foundation

Phone icon 203-781-4600
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1 Long Wharf Dr, New Haven, CT 06511

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