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Mercy Housing and Shelter
Homeless and indigent Connecticut residents can get help from Mercy Housing and Shelter. Mercy provides permanent supportive housing, rapid rehousing and shelter diversion services, and short-term and long-term housing programs aimed at creating independence. They also operate the Friendship Center, where people can get meals, showers, and clothing; access a food pantry; connect with community resources; and relax.
Connecticut 211
Connecticut 211 makes it easy for Connecticut residents to access a wide variety of social services all in one place. By calling 211, you can access housing services, employment support, financial literacy education, legal and re-entry support, child and senior care, basic needs, and much more. You can also get referrals to mental health care and substance use treatment if interested.
CT Association for Human Services
The CT Association for Human Services, a program of Advancing CT Together, provides financial literacy education, help securing affordable bank accounts, and free tax preparation for lower and moderate income individuals and families. They also provide financial education for individuals reintegrating from the justice system.
AIDS CT, a program of Advancing CT Together, provides a wide range of services for those who are HIV+. Services include medical case management, help with housing, financial assistance, and a wellness center located in Hartford. The goal is to improve the lives of individuals living with HIV or AIDS in Connecticut.
Drug Free CT
Drug Free CT offers a variety of educational materials on individual substances, a list of events in the state, and a link where Connecticut residents can order medication lock boxes. The website also provides information about substance use prevention, harm reduction, how to find addiction treatment, and what recovery programs are available in the state.
Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR)
The Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR) provides state residents with a range of recovery resources, including virtual support meetings, telephone support, youth and young adult meetings, recovery coaching, and services for justice-involved individuals. They also operate community recovery centers in six Connecticut cities.
Turning Point CT
Turning Point CT provides youth- and young-adult-focused education and resources about substance use and mental health concerns. The Q&A guide walks visitors through a self-assessment, information about treatment options, and how to access care. There are also helpful guides about how to talk to family and friends and stories from other young people who have experienced these challenges.
Harm Reduction & Opioid Resources
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The Sex Workers and Allies Network (SWAN)
The Sex Workers and Allies Network (SWAN) distributes harm reduction supplies to people in the New Haven area. Residents can access naloxone (Narcan) kits, syringe exchange programs, safer sex supplies, fentanyl test strips, and other safer use kits. They have a mobile outreach van, judgment-free group therapy, and leadership development programs for sex workers.
CT Center for Harm Reduction
Connecticut residents can access harm reduction supplies and health services throughout the state with the help of the CT Center for Harm Reduction, a program of Advancing CT Together. The Center provides syringe services, sexual health testing and supplies, and overdose prevention through naloxone (Narcan) kits and training.
Government Programs
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City of New Haven Harm Reduction Taskforce
The City of New Haven Harm Reduction provides information about syringe disposal services, drug testing services (substances are not used for prosecution), and naloxone (Narcan) kits. They also connect New Haven residents to fentanyl tests, substance use education, and referrals to addiction treatment for those interested.
City of New Haven Housing & Homelessness Services
The City of New Haven Housing & Homelessness Services operates a variety of homeless shelters and warming centers. The City also provides rapid rehousing, a mobile Pop Up that provides shower services, healthcare, and harm reduction supplies, and information about community locations that offer case management, counseling, referrals, transportation, and more.
Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services
The Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services operates a 24/7 helpline and an online database of treatment programs. Programs are listed by category, including detox, residential, recovery houses, sober living, and walk-in services. Each program reports its new client availability each day. This comprehensive resource can make it easier to find the substance use care you need.
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