Jeff Epps, LMSW, LADC, CCJP​



Jeff Epps is a licensed master of social work (LMSW), a licensed drug and alcohol counselor (LADC) and a certified criminal justice professional (CCJP). Jeff was born and raised in Connecticut and earned his certificate in drug and alcohol counseling from Gateway Community College after first getting his BA in business management from the University of Connecticut. He then obtained his master’s degree in social work from Southern Connecticut State University.


He brings that education and his 15 years of experience to his current position at Connecticut Addiction Medicine working with those with Opioid and Substance Use Disorders while continuing advancing his education and career by fulfilling the role of adjunct professor at Gateway Community College.


Throughout these advancements in his education and his career, he has worked to help individuals and families with Substance Use Disorders, those who are or have been incarcerated locally or federally, and those in outpatient and residential programs find the healing that he believes and knows IS possible!

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Corona (COVID-19) Notice

Thank You

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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.