Aware Recovery Care In-Home Addiction Treatment in Connecticut

4.4 (10 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
556 Washington Ave Suite 201
North Haven, CT 06473
2032953400 Visit Website

Paying for Treatment

  • Insurance is Accepted
  • Financing is Available
  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted

Treatment Insights

Live in Connecticut and need to stay home, at work, in school, in your bed, around your own family, and with your pet while learning to change your life? Returning from inpatient treatment and need a home transition? Aware Recovery Care believes that addiction treatment is best treated in the home environment. Designed in concert with Yale Addiction Psychiatrists, Aware Recovery Care is one of a kind. Intensive addiction treatment is provided in-home for a full year. Aware Recovery Care provides a true person-centered multi-disciplinary team for each client. We help our clients learn the new skills and daily habits they must have to lead lives free of alcohol and/or drugs - in the comfort and privacy of the homes and communities where they live in Connecticut. Our unique treatment approach provides comprehensive care from a multi-disciplinary team of clinicians led by an Addiction Psychiatrist. Aware Recovery Care delivers unique and individualized face-to-face care, allowing people to “Recover Where You Live." We help our clients develop and master the skills necessary for lifelong recovery. Aware Recovery Care provides the intensity and structure of an inpatient facility, with the freedom of an outpatient facility. The ARC program can be provided before, after, in addition to, or lieu of, traditional treatments. Give us a year, and get your life back!

Aware Recovery Care In-Home Addiction Treatment in Connecticut Reviews and Ratings Details

The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.

Reviews at a Glance

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Tracy

Aware Recovery Care has a diverse group of people that work there as a team, it also has may spinning wheels that all come together to help each client individually. No client is has the same treatmen...

Jamie

My experience with Aware Recovery was dismal. I found them to be unsupportive and unprofessional and often made recommendations and/or took actions that were not in the best interest of me or my famil...

Em

If you want only the best for you or a loved one, Aware is your way to go. As a client and hopefully, eventually a staff team member, I would not be where I am today if it wasn't for the amazing staff...

Anonymous

As once a client and now a staff member, I had the unique experience of being involved with Aware Recovery Care since the beginning. What Aware has grown into is something remarkable and amazing. Awar...

Donald

Do not go near these people they have a dsfunual program...They required a credit card and cash up front now they refuse to refund the $300 I gave them up front. Very unprofessional coucelers...

LZ

In-Home, Long term, makes complete sense, chronic treatment for chronic disease, very experienced staff, compassionate and caring and dedicated. Unlike any other program that I have every had the plea...

Anonymous

Good treatment center.

Tanya

The program delivers the treatment into my home. The clinician's worked around my work schedule and helped me deal with stress that I get from work. The best thing was the work with my wife and kids....

Ian

Experienced staff, a new approach, developed by Yale addiction psychiatrists, very affordable, compassionate employees, very individualized, effective, very responsive. My son found Aware searching on...

J

Effective, long term, innovative, different, highly individualized, very reasonably priced, amazing staff, private, comfortable. I had gone to over a dozen traditional treatments in 10 years and was a...


Areas of Focus
Dual Diagnosis/Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment

These two terms describe a person who is not only addicted to drugs or alcohol, but also has a mental or emotional illness, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc. Facilities that treat patients with dual-diagnosis or co-occurring disorders provide psychiatric treatment in addition to drug and alcohol rehabilitation services.

Individualized Treatment

Some facilities have an addiction treatment protocol that all patients or clients are expected to follow, while others customize or individualize treatment based on a person’s unique needs and circumstances. Factors that may affect treatment decisions include age, lifestyle, medical conditions, type of drug, religious beliefs, etc.

Key Staff Members
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    Matthew Eacott - Vice President

    As the Vice President of Aware Recovery Care, Matt is 33 and has 16 years of addiction treatment experience. Growing up in a 3rd generation commercial family construction company, Matt learned what it meant to build a successful business by surrounding himself with honest, hard working people with integrity. Active addiction interfered with his initial plans to continue in the family business, but he then found that life had something else in store for him. Matt's passion to do something different and effective in the addiction industry developed over 16 years of exposure to the field. Matt has worked for two treatment centers, Turning Point in New Haven, Connecticut and Spencer Recovery in Laguna Beach, California. He is trained and certified in Sober Living Leadership and in Dr. Paul Ekman's Micro and Subtle Expression recognition technique. He was initially a Certified Recovery Advisor and a Medication Assisted Treatment Counselor and worked with clients from 17 to 40. Matt is currently involved in the strategic implementation of business goals and integration of innovation for Aware Recovery Care, as well as Marketing and Business Development. Matt studied at Clark University, Tufts University, The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, and The University of Hartford. His interests are advertising, communications and marketing, information technology, and in business management and development. He spreads his message of experience, change, and hope, and has been seen on WFSB, Channel 8 News, WTNH CT, NBC, Fox 61 CT, CPTV, and in Connecticut Magazine and The Hartford Courant. Matt was given a 2% chance of recovery and was originally one of the first clients at Aware Recovery Care. He has since developed into a leadership position and is committed providing the highest standard of treatment at ARC. He is happily married and is originally from Avon, CT.

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    Dr Velandy Manohar - Medical Director

    Dr. Velandy Manohar brings warmth, wisdom, and compassion to Aware Recovery Care. He is a son, a brother, an uncle, a father of two sons, a grandfather, a neighbor, and a member of many local community organizations. Dr. Manohar is a member of The Valley Hindu Temple in Middletown, CT and at one time he even performed functions of a priest for over thirty years. He is a seasoned physician certified in Adult Psychiatry, Psychosomatic Medicine, Addiction Psychiatry, and most importantly is a teacher and a life-long learner. He is deeply committed to advocating for the health and wellbeing of active duty service members, veterans and their families, and is recognized by the US Marine Corps League of CT. He is a lifelong advocate for eliminating Health Care Disparities and is recognized by The Connecticut Multi-Cultural health partnership. Dr. Manohar received the Nancy Berger Award, and is an external member of Policy Committee of The Connecticut Commission on Health Equity, The Center for Occupational Health and Education, and engaged in efforts to help achieve specific sustainable development goals including protection of and education of girl children. His gentle nature combined with his passion and experience is a gift to all that he comes in contact with. Dr. Manohar's main edict is to deliver treatment with a compassionate heart, and we at Aware Recovery Care do our very best to live by his words each and every day.