PATHWAYS OPIATE TREATMENT PROGRAM
Pathways is an accredited opiate treatment program and is licensed to provide chemical maintenance treatment. Individuals enter the program in one of three ways:
- Referral for traditional outpatient chemical maintenance treatment
- Referral for ambulatory opiate detoxification
- Referral as a client from the Milestone Intensive Residential Program. Individuals who are currently in chemical maintenance treatment and are being concurrently treated at the Milestone program may continue their chemical maintenance treatment from Pathways. Every day, Milestone participants go to the co-located Pathways unit to receive their chemical maintenance medication.
Services provided include:
- Methadone maintenance
- Ambulatory opiate detoxification
- Physical examination and history
- Individual counseling
- Group counseling on early recovery issues and relapse prevention
- Continuing care planning
- HIV testing and counseling
- Assistance with SAGA medical application process
Individuals or referring agents should call the facility at 1.860.963.4971 during regular business hours. Individuals are admitted from 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Those who meet the CCPC criteria for chemical maintenance services will be admitted to the program.
This program receives referrals from the Court Support Services Division (CSSD) and provides education for drivers/boaters who have been arrested for operating under the influence. Individuals are evaluated to determine the significance of their substance use and to make recommendations to the court for level of education or treatment needed. The goal is to facilitate positive behavioral changes. We welcome individuals from Connecticut and out of state.
This program receives referrals from the Court Support Services Division (CSSD) for individuals arrested for first-time drug offenses.
PTIP and PDEP programs are held in Enfield, Willimantic and Danielson; for more information please call