Alcohol and Drug Recovery Centers Inc.


ADRC is a private non-profit corporation, founded in 1973, dedicated to treating and supporting people in their efforts to recover from chemical dependency.

ADRC provides a full continuum of integrated, culturally appropriate substance abuse services for adults, primarily from the Capital Region. Affiliated with Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center, ADRC provides the following:

Detoxification Center - 500 Blue Hills Ave., Hartford – located on the sixth floor of the Mount Sinai Campus of Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center, this 35-bed facility offers medically monitored withdrawal from alcohol and other drugs and is often the first step in recovery.

Intensive and Intermediate Residential Program – housed on the ninth floor of the Mount Sinai Campus, (click for directions to Mount Sinai) this 38-bed program offers up to 30 days of intensive inpatient treatment, education and counseling. The intermediate component allows clients to stay up to an additional three months of treatment while pursuing vocational/educational goals.

The Clayton House – 203 Williams St., Glastonbury – is a 15-bed co-ed halfway house that assists clients in making the transition to independent living. Clients may stay up to six months.

Coventry House – 46 Coventry St., Hartford – is a 10-bed long-term residential treatment program which addresses the special needs of addicted pregnant and postpartum women and their children. Women and children in this facility may stay up to 18 months.

Outpatient Counseling Center – located at 16 Coventry St., Hartford, provides a full range of outpatient services including intensive day and evening treatment, aftercare and relapse prevention. There is also a full range of services specific to our Latino clients at our 255 Main Street satellite clinic.

Alternate Living Center – located on the second floor of 56 Coventry St., Hartford, is a 24-bed residential facility for chronic homeless men who need a long term structured living environment.

Recovery House - located on the first floor of 56 Coventry St., Hartford, is a 20-bed program that provides a safe, substance-free environment for men and women who are awaiting placement in another level of care or who need a safe environment while attending intensive outpatient services.

General Assistance Intensive Case Management Program - The ADRC General Assistance Intensive Case Management Program is designed to provide intensive case management to clients who are eligible for State Administered General Assistance (SAGA) and have substance abuse and/or mental health histories. The office is located at 3580 Main Street, Hartford, CT which is on a bus line and is handicapped accessible. 

Substance Abuse Treatment Enhancement Project (SATEP) is a system of treatment and support services for substance abusers, coordinated by ADRC in collaboration with a diverse group of non-profit providers. The system includes a 24-hour Access Line (1-800-563-4086) which connects clients/family/providers directly to a service in the region for the level of care sought; a Transportation System (860-714-3719), for clients without transportation to treatment in the North Central Region; a Women’s Alternate Living Center (860-545-7153); and Outpatient Service for those without entitlements (860-548-0101); and Case Management Services at (860-723-1170).

For more information on ADRC’s programs and services, visit their Web site at