The Farrell Treatment Center operates in the historic St Mary’s convent on Main Street in New Britain. As a former convent, the 100-year-old building was already equipped with living facilities to support daily activities.
Upon entering the building, individuals are welcomed by a beautiful grand staircase leading to the second and third floors. The comforting and homey welcome is just one of the details that makes Farrell so special. On the first floor, clients will find individual therapy offices, group therapy spaces, and the medical office. This is where both residential and outpatient clients will find most of the therapists, recovery support specialists, and nurses on staff.
Residents will find living quarters on the second and third floors of the buildings. Bedrooms are equipped with beds, bedding, and a desk. The newly-renovated communal bathrooms on each floor have bathroom stalls, sinks, and showers. Farrell can provide hygiene products and a limited supply of clothing to clients upon admission. The famous Farrell cafeteria is located in the basement of the building. Here, residents sit down to three home-cooked meals each day.
There is always something to do at Farrell. On the second floor, residents will find the recreation room stocked with books, crafts, games, a guitar, and a TV. In the basement, Farrell has an exercise room with free weights and machines. On sunny days, the basketball court behind the building is always busy!
Residents will spend an extended period living at Farrell, it’s important that each client finds comfort and support.
An inpatient program for men with primary substance use disorders.
Available for both men and women that need support and structure while living in the community.
Specialized outpatient counseling offered in group, individual or family therapies.