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Southington is a small town in Hartford County, Connecticut, with nearly 43,500 residents.1 Sadly, Hartford County is of the areas in Connecticut most affected by substance abuse with over 2,286 drug overdose deaths from 2015 to 2022.2 Southington, in particular, reported 91 drug overdose deaths within that same timeframe.2
The vast majority of these deaths occurred in 2017 (15) and 2021 (15), followed by 2019 (12) and 2020 (13).2 The age group most affected by drug overdoses is 35 to 44 years old, followed by those between 25 and 35.2
In Southington, CT, 73.6% of drug overdose deaths involved fentanyl or synthetic opioids, 31.8% involved alcohol, 29.6% involved benzodiazepines, 28.5% involved heroin, and 26.3% involved cocaine.2
Overall, substance use disorder prevalence in Connecticut is very similar to the national average (7.4%).3 The most commonly abused substances in Connecticut include marijuana, with an 18.6% annual prevalence, prescription pain relievers, with a 3.5% average yearly prevalence, and alcohol use disorder, with a 6.3% annual average prevalence.3
According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) treatment locator tool, 93 facilities are within 25 miles of Southington, CT.4 The facilities provide all types of treatment, including:4
Drug and alcohol support groups provide nonprofessional and nonclinical assistance to individuals seeking long-term recovery from substance use disorders.5 These are voluntary programs where people gather to receive support and provide support by sharing their experiences, coping strategies, and offering to understand the struggles of sobriety.5
There are many styles of support groups; the most popular include Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA).5 Both groups follow the 12-Steps methodology, which involves working through steps to help people achieve and maintain sobriety.5 AA focuses primarily on alcohol use disorders, and NA targets individuals with narcotics use disorders.5
There aren’t official AA meetings in Southington, CT. These are the closest local resources within 50 miles:6
Western Mass De Habla Hispana (37.91 miles)
Phone: (413) 734-7500
Intergroup Association of Fairfield County (42.10 miles)
Phone: (877) 855-0075
There are at least 47 NA meetings within 10 miles of Southington, CT, including:7
Faith Baptist Church (1.2 miles)
243 Laning Street
Southington, CT 06489-1622
Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church (1.45 miles)
145 Main Street
Southington, CT 06489-2505
Both AA and NA meetings are open to the public and free of charge. Always verify with your local chapter and resources to check the meeting format, time, and location, as some meetings may also be held online via Zoom.