Addiction Has Met it's Match™

Medication Assisted Treatment, Close to Home (MATCH) gives you the tools such as Suboxone to opioid addiction while minimizing disruptions in your person life.

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Recovery Support Specialist Training and Certification Program

This course prepares persons in recovery from a psychiatric or substance use disorder, or family members of people in recovery, to take the State of Connecticut exam to become a certified Recovery Support Specialist (RSS).

Recovery Leadership Academy

News

PTSD from COVID-19? Here Are Four Signs.

The physical stress of infection might end, but COVID-19 patients can carry emotional scars from the experience for months and years, often in the form of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Even once physically recovered, these people may experience lingering effects due to: A fear of dying. Social isolation from the [...]

Institute of Living Researchers Join International Study of Schizophrenia in Young People

The Olin Neuropsychiatry Research Center and Advanced Services for Adolescents with Psychosis Program at The Institute of Living, part of Hartford HealthCare’s Behavioral Health Network (BHN), was selected to join an international research effort to better understand the cause and effect of schizophrenia in high-risk adolescents and young adults. Backed by [...]

More Substance Abuse, More Overdoses in the State . . . And Fewer People Seeking Help

While Connecticut’s opioid overdose statistics seemed somewhat hopeful in 2018, widespread introduction of fentanyl reversed the trend last year and the COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t finished overloading people with worries feeding addictions this year. Dr. J. Craig Allen, medical director of Rushford, part of the Hartford HealthCare Behavioral Health Network, marked [...]

IOL To Host Eighth World Suicide Prevention Day Conference

Every day, 132 people die by suicide in the United States. The Institute of Living (IOL) is hoping to shed [...]

September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

In 2018, 48,344 Americans died by suicide — more than the number of traffic fatalities and almost double the number [...]

Amid Pandemic, Opioid Overdose Deaths Spike 18 Percent in State

Opioid overdose deaths jumped more than 18 percent in the first six months of this year in Connecticut, lending truth to earlier assertions by Hartford HealthCare experts that the COVID-19 pandemic would result in more use and related problems. Dr. J. Craig Allen, medical director of Rushford in the system’s [...]

Educational Services for Adolescents & Children

Just as no two individuals are alike, each person's behavioral health needs are unique. At Hartford HealthCare Behavioral Health Network we always take this into account to make sure each individual's path is the one to recovery.

         

         

         

         

A 10,000 square foot facility located in Farmington providing personalized health care for men.

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Dry January- how you can do it

Craig Allen, MD, talks about dry January and how to curb drinking for the start of the New Year.

What you need to know about teen suicide

Dr. Laura Saunders, the assistant director of Psychology at Hartford Hospital’s Institute of Living, explains the warning signs of teen suicide and how to talk with your teen.


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