CLINICAL UNIT BASED RESEARCH
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Program
New England Consortium Node Community Treatment Program Sites
- Northeast Behavioral Health
Northeast Behavioral Health is a private, nonprofit human service agency that provides mental health, substance abuse and community education and prevention services to residents in greater Boston, the North Shore and the Merrimack Valley, Massachusetts. The agency provides services to adults, teens, families and children. Services include outpatient mental health clinics; inpatient and outpatient treatment and prevention for drug and alcohol problems; school-based programs; and community education and prevention initiatives. Northeast Behavioral Health is formally known as CAB Health and Recovery Services and Health & Education Services.
Michael S. Levy, Ph.D.
Northeast Behavioral Health
Zero, Centennial Drive, Peabody, MA 01960
Work Phone: (978) 739-7691
Fax Number: (978) 750-3620
Northeast Behavioral Health Website (www.cabhealth.org/index.html)
- Hartford Dispensary
The Hartford Dispensary, begun in 1871, is a private, non-profit, research-focused behavioral health care organization providing mental health and substance abuse treatment, prevention, and community health services. The agency manages 9 fully licensed and accredited medication-assisted treatment clinics serving approximately 4000 patients a day. The agency, which is funded through grants, private pay, and public funding, offers a continuum of services, including medication-assisted treatment, behavioral health care, mental health services for dually diagnosed individuals, infectious disease and primary care, and dental services. For 26 years, consistent with its mission, the agency has been involved in behavioral and pharmacological research protocols. The agency's infectious disease component has provided HIV/AIDS services since 1986, now offering comprehensive viral hepatitis services. In addition, the agency participated in a multi-site industry-sponsored study of the safety and effectiveness of on-site hepatitis C treatment in a medication-assisted treatment clinic. In 2008, collaborating with the University of Connecticut Dental School, the agency added an on-site dental program. In 2010, the agency's newest facility, Manchester Health and Wellness Center, will offer a comprehensive conditioning and nutritional program.
Paul McLaughlin, M.A.
345 Main Street
Hartford, CT 06106
(860) 525-7332 Fax
- Mercy Hospital's Recovery Center
The Recovery Center is the largest substance abuse treatment center in Maine and has been serving the community for 20 years, offering inpatient and outpatient services for more than 2,000 patients per year. Mercy treats the entire spectrum of drug addiction one step at a time...one day at a time...one person at a time, all with total confidentiality.
Services include inpatient detoxification, partial hospitalization, day and evening intensive outpatient services, and individual and group therapy sessions.
Our Medical Director is Mark Publicker, MD, a Fellow of the American Society of Addiction Medicine and a nationally recognized expert in the treatment of addictive disorders. Our medical staff includes Stanley Evans, MD,, Roger Kendricks, DO, Anthony Kozma, DO and Edward McCarthy, MD.
Our Treatment Teams include physicians specializing in Addiction Medicine and Psychiatry, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors, Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors, Registered Nurses and over 50 enthusiastic volunteer alumni.
Those with substance abuse issues often have other health complications. Our staff is committed to addressing the recovery needs of each patient.
The Recovery Center provides twenty four hour-a-day access for advice and admission.
The Recovery Center of Mercy Hospital
40 Park Road, Westbrook, Maine
Intake and Assessment
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Burma Wilkins, RHIA, MSB
144 State Street
Portland, ME 04101
Work Phone: (207) 857-8085
Fax Number: (207) 857-8077
Mercy Recovery Center Website (www.mercyhospital.com/patient/addictionmedicine)
- Regional Network of Programs, Inc. (RNP)
RNP was founded in 1972 as a non-profit behavioral health care organization to serve the economically disadvantaged. RNP has 15 behavioral health programs and the largest shelter program in the Bridgeport area, serving nearly 3,000 clients per year. RNP provides licensed, accredited, comprehensive, and integrated services to those with SUDs, mental illness, and HIV/AIDS, as well as the homeless. Their highly skilled, multidisciplinary team, administration, and Board of Directors recognize the importance of treating clients with dignity and matching services to individual needs. RNP has expanded the continuum of care by collaborating with providers in greater Bridgeport and throughout the state to ensure that clients' needs are continually met. In 2008-09, RNP successfully launched two innovative programs: New Prospects, an enhanced intensive residential treatment program for dually-diagnosed clients, and the Drug Intervention Program in support of Drug Court models.
John Hamilton, LMFT, LADC
Regional Network of Programs, Inc.
2 Trap Falls Road
Shelton, CT 06484
(203) 929-1279 Fax
Regional Network of Programs, Inc. (RNP) web site (www.regionalnetwork.org/)
- Stanley Street Treatment and Resources (SSTAR)
Fall River, MA and North Kingston, RI
SSTAR is a community based provider offering a full continuum of care. SSTAR believes in addressing the unique needs of the special populations that exist in its geographic region. To do this, it has developed a "one-stop shopping" model with a full continuum of care . including services such as babysitting, domestic violence and rape crisis intervention, primary care, and HIV services all at a single location. All services at SSTAR are bilingual and culturally sensitive due to a large (20%) proportion of patients of Portuguese descent.
Nancy Paull, M.S.
386 Stanley Street
Fall River, MA 02720
Work Phone: (508) 679-5222 ext. 3250
Fax Number: (508) 676-5671
SSTAR website (www.sstar.org/)