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For Clients

Are you seeking treatment for yourself?

We are here to help! Here are some frequently asked questions to help understand if Farrell is right for you.

Please call us for an assessment. If you need to enter a withdrawal management program (“detox”), an admissions coordinator will provide you with information about facilities and a referral. If withdrawal management is not needed, a clinician will set up a phone screening.

Currently, Farrell does no provide withdrawal management services; however, we work with facilities and hospitals throughout the state.

You must have documentation of a PPD test performed in the last 6 months, a copy of a physical performed within the last year, and an analysis of mental health conditions, history of substance use, and overview of currently symptoms. The analysis can be done at Farrell or be provided by a referral source, like a withdrawal management facility.

Please visit the What to Bring page for a list of personal items to bring for an inpatient stay.

Farrell offers intensive outpatient (IOP) and outpatient services to both men and women experiencing substance use challenges while living in the community. Please call us to set up a brief phone screening and a screening by a clinician. IOP and outpatient services are available in New Britain & Middletown.

We understand how substance use can impact an entire family unit. No one is alone. Family members can call us for help understanding your needs and to receive help for themselves. There are treatment options available for family members. As a program of Gilead, Farrell has access to other Gilead programs, like the FREE family support group offered by the Mental Health Resource Center (MHRC). To connect with the MHRC, please call 860.530.4357.

We offer a competitive sliding scale rate and accept many insurance plans including Medicare, Medicaid, and Husky D. Our self-pay rates are the most affordable in the area. No one should be denied treatment services based on their ability to pay.

Intensive Residential Treatment

An inpatient program for men with primary substance use disorders.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment

Available for both men and women that need support and structure while living in the community.

Individual & Group Outpatient Therapy

Specialized outpatient counseling offered in group, individual or family therapies.