Calls to our helpline (non-facility specific 1-8XX numbers) for your visit are answered by Rehab Media. Our helpline is offered at no cost to you and with no obligation to enter into treatment. We are standing by 24/7 to discuss your treatment options.
United Services is one of Connecticut’s most comprehensive private, non-profit behavioral health centers, providing mental and behavioral health education, prevention, treatment and social services to the children, adults, families and communities of Northeastern Connecticut since 1964.
Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.
Mission Statement: Our mission is simple: to create healthy communities in Northeastern Connecticut through mental health and social services –
one person, one family, one community at a time.
Hours of operation: M-Th: 9am-8pm; F: 9am-5pm Fees: Program fee is 30% of income
There are 4 reviews
Anonymous - Sep 19, 2019
i am currently a recovering alcoholic looking to get back on feetwith job and housing .Currently homeless.
Anonymous - Feb 2, 2020
I had 34 years sobriety!
Messed up in 2018. Got back in the saddle so to speak? Once again thing got tough? Homeless, no car, little income, these past six months?
It is people like you who have the gift of sobriety and helping people like who would give up but you are the hope of life! Thank you!
Anonymous - Feb 21, 2020
I am70 years old, live with someone who doesn’t want me anymore, he is emotionally abusive. This has spiraled me into depression, anxiety disorders. My only income is social security. Is transitional housing an option for me?
Anonymous - Jul 1, 2020
I’m looking For a place to live because I recently lost my job, and my home. I start a new job tomorrow but I’m in a very bad situation right now
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