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Midwestern Connecticut Council of Alcoholism

Facility Rating:

Decent place, good people

About Midwestern Connecticut Council of Alcoholism

MCCA, Midwestern Connecticut Council of Alcoholism, Inc. is the primary provider of substance abuse prevention, evaluation and treatment services in the greater Danbury area. MCCA was established in 1972 in response to regional needs for high quality professional services for individuals and their families suffering from alcohol and substance abuse. Headquartered in Danbury,

maintains locations in Danbury, New Milford, Bethel, Ridgefield, Waterbury, Derby, Torrington, New Haven, Kent and Sharon. MCCA primarily serves clients residing in Connecticut State Demographic Area Regions 1 and 5, encompassing the entire western portion of the state. These regions are economically and socio-demographically diverse, and include urban, suburban, and rural areas.

Listing Type

  • service providedDetox Facility
  • service providedInpatient Rehab Facility
  • service providedOutpatient Facility
  • service not providedTherapist/ Counselor/ Psychologist/ Psychiatrist
  • service not providedIntervention
  • service not providedSober Living
  • service not providedMethadone Maintenance Clinic
  • service not providedPain Management Program

Payment Methods

  • service providedCash
  • service providedCheck
  • service providedCard
  • service not providedScholarship
  • service not providedState Funded
  • service providedState Insurance
  • service providedPrivate Insurance
  • service providedPayment plans
  • service not providedOut of Network Insurance
  • service not providedIn Network

Length of Stay

  • service provided28/ 30 days
  • service provided45 days
  • service provided60 days
  • service provided90 days
  • service not providedOther

Phone: 877-874-6222
Website: http://mccaonline.com/
Location: 38 Old Ridgebury Road, Danbury, CT, United States 06810

Treatment Model

  • 12 Step
  • Dual Diagnosis

Setting (Inpatient)

  • Residential
  • Hospital

Gender Inpatient

  • Seperate Male and Female

Mission Statement

MCCA’s mission is to provide HELP and instill HOPE for individuals, families and organizations working to overcome and prevent addictions.

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Reviews

Mathias F.

1.00
January 12th, 2017

Close this place down there so unprofessional

Jennifer G.

1.00
January 3rd, 2017

Staff at the Sobering House trained in the now discredited 'break 'em down' style. They are bossy and patronizing, which is especially unsuitable when the are younger than many of the clients. They also do not treat visitors respectfully.

Anonymous

2.00
December 17th, 2016

Haha, umm I don't remember detox because they had me so doped up but the program was great. It was the community that really made the change and helped me out. Staff doesn't do shit for you , just letting you know that now. They do favor people . Um Kendra, Fran, Mark WORSE CNA / techs EVER . They do not kno how to do they jobs , Kendra curses , she's got a big ass nasty attitude. Mark fucks up your medication . Fran is just a sloth. Never going back to that program Even though community became family. Um Wayne, the counselor, supervisor or whatever the fuck is job title is , is like the worse most perverted dude everrrr. He blamed my friend for a death . Mike , counselor he's a dick. Melissa, counselor , she quit, geez I wonder why. Ummm Natalie? The director? Yeah um she walks around like she's the shit . Like nooo booboo yuh not . But I mean all I did their was learn patience, practice , and training my mind.

Joe S.

1.00
October 16th, 2016

A complete disappointment. staff was horrible. Was ready to get out of there in one day, they would not let me use the phone to call for my ride. I had to walk a mile to call for a cab to get back to my truck....All that place does is medicate you into a zombie...steer clear.

Benjamin F.

3.00
January 13th, 2014

Decent place, good people

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