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Situated right on the northern border of Hartford, the town of Windsor, Connecticut is no stranger to substance misuse and addiction—particularly opioid misuse. Windsor is located in Hartford County, which was ranked third in drug overdose death rates in 2021 within the state of Connecticut.1
In 2021, there were 45.3 drug overdose deaths in Hartford County per 100,000 residents.1 This is significantly higher than the county’s rate of drug overdose deaths in 2019 and 2020, which was 39.7 and 43.3 per 100,000 residents.1
The number of drug-related deaths in Windsor from year to year has also risen in tandem with that in Hartford County beginning in 2013.2 That year, two Windsor residents died from a drug overdose, and in 2014, that number rose to six.2 In 2018, five people in Windsor died from a drug overdose—all of which were caused by opioids.2
People in Windsor in need of addiction treatment have access to 9 drug and alcohol rehab facilities within a 5-mile radius of town.3 One treatment center is located in East Hartford and the other 8 are located in Hartford.3 The number of addiction treatment facilities near Windsor makes up more than 5% of the total number of treatment facilities in Connecticut.4
Two of the nearby rehab centers offer detoxification services for alcohol, opioids, benzodiazepines, and other illicit substances.3 Residential rehab programs are available at 3 facilities, and hospital inpatient rehab is available at one facility.3 Five facilities offer a variety of outpatient rehab programs, and 8 offer dual diagnosis therapy for people who have both a mental health disorder and a substance use disorder.3
Windsor residents who need help recovering from opioid addiction have the option of receiving medication-assisted treatment (MAT) using methadone at 3 nearby facilities, and MAT using buprenorphine at 7 facilities.3 MAT using naltrexone is available at 5 facilities for those who need help recovering from opioid and/or alcohol use disorder.3
Drug and alcohol support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) are shown to provide those in recovery with a rich source of support, as they give these individuals the opportunity to connect with peers who have similar goals and experiences.5 AA addresses alcohol use, and NA focuses on narcotic and illicit drug misuse.5
AA meetings in Windsor are held at 3 different locations: the Recovery Club on 118 Palisado Avenue, Grace Episcopal Church located at 311 Broad Street, and St. Joseph’s Church located at 1747 Poquonock Avenue.6
Meetings take place 7 days a week at various times of the day.6 Windsor residents who want to view an updated schedule of AA meetings can visit the official website for the Alcoholics Anonymous Connecticut General Service Committee.6
There are 2 NA meetings within 5 miles of Windsor: one convenes at Our Savior Lutheran Church in South Windsor and the other at Phillips Metropolitan CME Church in Hartford.7 Windsor residents who are willing to travel a bit farther to attend an NA meeting have access to 22 meetings within 10 miles of town.7
These NA groups meet in nearby towns, including Bloomfield, Windsor Locks, and East Hartford.7 An updated schedule of all available NA meetings near Windsor is posted on the official NA website.7