Caring for you is the way to recovery. is our specialty.

High-quality care for individuals seeking recovery from substance abuse and addictive disorders.

We help patients progress through the stages of change and address all facets of their addiction including heritability, environmental, social, physical, psychological and spiritual. 

Jay B Benson, MD, Co-Founder

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Substance Abuse & Chronic Pain Rehab in Connecticut

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To schedule an appointment, please contact our office directly.

Hartford pain management
Hartford, CT​

330 Main Street Suite 101

Hartford, CT​​

Connecticut Addiction Medicine, Manchester
Manchester, CT

63 East Center Street Suite 2B

Manchester, CT

Norwich, CT
Norwich, CT

101 Water Street Suite 301

Norwich, CT

Rocky Hill, CT
Rocky Hill, CT

546 Cromwell Ave. Suite 101

Rocky Hill, CT

Patient Education

Connecticut Addiction Medicine, LLC. would like to be your partner in health care. Feel free to ask your questions and share your concerns with us. We will work with you to develop a wellness program for the care and treatment you need.

Buprenorphine is a medication that comes in film and tablet form. Buprenorphine decreases cravings and blocks the effects of all opioids. Patients on buprenorphine report feeling normal and welcome making positive choices the way they did prior to addiction. It is highly effective in achieving recovery. Patients on buprenorphine report feeling normal, functional and having a clear mind all day long, which allows them to make positive choices the way that they did prior to their addiction. When buprenorphine is combined with counseling and other forms of support, it can be highly effective in helping patients recover from addiction.
Naltrexone is a monthly injectable medication that decreases cravings and binds to receptors in the brain, preventing patients from feeling any pleasant effects from opioids or alcohol. Vivitrol may be initiated after opioid detoxification. It may also be used by patients who have completely tapered off of buprenorphine or methadone to prevent relapse.

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Our offices are open and operating under normal business hours. We are continuing to care for our patients. You now have the option of telemedicine for individual followups, and groups are being run using Zoom technology.

With the guidance of the CDC and other public health officials, we have enhanced the frequency and scope of our sanitizing procedures in the office including sanitation procedures with each patient interaction.

If you have a scheduled appointment, we ask that you please call the office to best determine the method for your visit. We also will continue to see new patients or patients in crisis. We will continue to do urine toxicology testing. For patients attending group, specimens will be obtained any time during that day. Patients experiencing flu-like symptoms should call before coming to the office.

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