New Era Rehabilitation Center Fairchild Wheeler Interdistrict Multi Magnet Campus

840 Old Town Road
Bridgeport, CT 06606

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About New Era Rehabilitation Center Fairchild Wheeler Interdistrict Multi Magnet Campus

Located in Bridgeport, Connecticut, New Era Rehabilitation Center (NERC) is an addiction treatment facility providing comprehensive behavioral healthcare. Specializing in medication assisted treatment, partial hospitalization programs, and outpatient treatment.

NERC provides evidence-based treatments for substance use disorder and behavioral health conditions. Led by expert, licensed clinicians, NERC’s program centers the patient’s goals in their individualized program management. Patients benefit from individual and group therapy, psychoeducation, and MAT — a highly effective and evidence based treatment endorsed by SAMHSA and NIDA. At NERC, the MAT program involves the use of certain medications, like Suboxone, or methadone, in combination with behavioral counseling to reduce cravings and the risk of relapse.

Accredited by the Joint Commission, certified by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), and licensed by the Connecticut Department of Health, the Center of Substance Abuse Treatment. Medicare, Medicaid, and insurance plans accepted.

Addiction Treatment Programs

Adult Program Alcoholism Drug Rehab LGBTQ Friendly Rehab Men's Rehab Rehab For Veterans Opioid Treatment Women's Rehab Teen & Adolescent Program

Adult Program

For those who have a substance use disorder, an adult program in Connecticut offers crucial support. Designed to treat individuals 18 and older, these rehab programs help adults learn how to live their lives free from dependence on substances.

Alcoholism

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.

LGBTQ Friendly Rehab

Women often find it easier to work through their addiction issues in women’s rehab in Connecticut. Surrounded by other women who understand their struggles, they can feel free to share openly and find support.

Men's Rehab

Adults who attend men’s rehab in Connecticut have the opportunity to connect with other men who are struggling with similar addiction issues. This is important for recovery, as men are often more comfortable talking about their struggles with other men.

Rehab For Veterans

Veteran’s rehab in Connecticut is designed for military personnel who are experiencing substance use disorder and need specialized treatment. Programs address commonly occurring dual diagnosis, such as PTSD and depression.

Opioid Treatment

When you attend opioid rehab in Connecticut, you’re provided with the tools that are necessary to break free from opioid addiction. Treatment offers accountability, structure, and a sense of community. Methods typically include medication assisted treatment, individual therapy, and group counseling.

Women's Rehab

Women often find it easier to work through their addiction issues in women’s rehab in Connecticut. Surrounded by other women who understand their struggles, they can feel free to share openly and find support.

Teen & Adolescent Program

If you are looking for a young adult program in Connecticut, many options are available. Programs include inpatient, partial hospitalization programs (PHP), intensive outpatient programs (IOP), outpatient, aftercare, and dual diagnosis.

Levels of Care

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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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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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Dual Diagnosis & Mental Health

When you have a co-occurring disorder, you have both a substance abuse disorder and a mental health disorder. ...Dual diagnosis in Connecticut specializes in treating both conditions simultaneously, which is crucial for successful recovery.
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Accreditations

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Insurance

financial-aid icon Financial Aid

For those who need some financial assistance to help cover the costs of alcohol and drug rehab in Connecticut,... financial aid is often a good option due to the myriad of choices and options. For example, these methods can include rehab scholarships, receiving treatment through a non-profit program, and certain grants.
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medicaid icon Medicaid Accepted

If you qualify for Medicaid coverage, it will often cover most - if not all - the costs associated with alcoho...l and drug rehab in Connecticut. There are certain qualifications you must meet in order to be eligible for insurance through Medicaid.
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medicare icon Medicare Accepted

If you qualify for insurance coverage through Medicare, your policy will help pay for alcohol and drug rehab i...n Delaware. Your coverage amount ultimately depends on various factors, like whether you are seeking inpatient care or an outpatient treatment program. Be sure to verify your coverage details before you start rehab.
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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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