Looking for a detox or rehab center near you in Middlebury, Connecticut? Browse the listings below to find the best addiction treatment center for you.
Middlebury is a town in New Haven County, where people need help recovering from substance use and addiction like people who live in any other part of the U.S.
Drug-related overdose deaths have been a top concern in Middlebury for several years. In 2015, 2 people in Middlebury died from an opioid overdose.1 There was one opioid overdose death per year in Middlebury in 2016 and 2017, but the death toll rose to 3 overdose deaths in 2018.1
In 2021, there were 53.6 drug overdose deaths in New Haven County per 100,000 residents, making it the county with the second-highest drug overdose death rate in the state.2 The rate of county-wide drug overdose deaths was slightly lower in 2019 and 2020 when the rates were 41.9 and 44.9 deaths per 100,00 residents.2
From July 2021 through the end of June 2022, there were an estimated 36 visits to emergency department (ED) rooms per 100,000 residents in Middlebury that were related to suspected drug overdoses.3 This number represents about 31% of all reported drug overdoses that led to ED visits in New Haven County during this same period.3
There are 8 drug and alcohol rehab centers within 5 miles of Middlebury to treat residents who need help recovering from addiction and substance use disorders.4 All 8 of these treatment facilities are in Waterbury.4 The number of addiction treatment centers near Middlebury makes up more than 2.3% of the total number of treatment centers in Connecticut.4
Detox services are offered at 2 of these facilities, and residential rehab programs are offered at 3 of the facilities.4 Dual diagnosis therapy is offered at all 8 rehab centers to treat Middlebury residents who are diagnosed with both a substance use disorder and a mental health disorder.4
People in Middlebury who are diagnosed with opioid addiction have access to several facilities that offer medication-assisted treatment (MAT) using methadone or buprenorphine.4 MAT using methadone is available at one facility and MAT using buprenorphine is available at 6 nearby facilities.4 MAT using naltrexone is available at 7 facilities for Middlebury residents who need treatment for either opioid or alcohol use disorder.4
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) are peer support groups available to residents in Middlebury who have expressed a desire to stop using drugs and alcohol.5 AA and NA give its members a chance to connect with peers who have similar experiences, and who can share useful tips for staying sober long-term.5
Middlebury is home to 6 AA groups that meet on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.6 Four of these meetings take place at Middlebury Congregational Church on 1242 Whittemore Road and the other 2 take place at St George’s Episcopal Church on 393 Tucker Hill Road.6 Residents in Middlebury who want to check out all nearby AA meetings can view an updated schedule on the website for the Area 11 Alcoholics Anonymous Connecticut General Service Committee.6
Currently, NA doesn’t offer any meetings in Middlebury.7 However, there are 10 NA meetings within 5 miles of Middlebury in towns including Woodbury, Naugatuck, and Oakville.7 Seven of these NA meetings also meet virtually. Middlebury residents who want to check out NA meetings in the area can access an updated schedule on the official NA website.7