Chemical Dependency Program
The Chemical Dependency Program (CDP) is part of the psychiatric services offered by Johnson Memorial Medical Center (JMMC). The outpatient program, located in Enfield, treats individuals who have substance abuse disorders, as well as those with co-occurring disorders.
Many complete acute care detoxification at JMMC, receive treatment at CDP during early recovery, then transition to outpatient services provided by JMMC. CDP has been providing evening, intensive outpatient treatment for over 20 years.
The staff at CDP focuses on education and support of those in early recovery, easing the transition toward healthier functioning. Groups are led by licensed professionals trained in substance abuse treatment. In addition, the program provides psychiatric consults. CDP treats adults age 18 and over. The cost of the program is generally covered by insurance.
Chemical Dependency Program Services Include:
- Substance Abuse Assessments
- In-patient Substance Abuse Consults
- Psychiatric Consults
- Group Counseling
- Individualized Treatment Planning
- Aftercare Planning
- Addiction Education
- Disease Management
- Relapse Prevention Skills
- Twelve Step Education
- Family Education
- Alumni Services
Referrals of self-referrals should be directed to CDP at 860-763-8043. CDP staff members are available to meet with providers and other organizations to explain services and treatment.