MCCA Gets High Marks From DMHAS Once Again

MCCA Gets High Marks From DMHAS Once Again

MCCA Continues to Rank as One of Connecticut’s Top Substance Abuse Facilities in the DMHAS 2012 Client Satisfaction Survey MCCA was among the highest ranking substance abuse facilities in Connecticut in a 2012 Consumer Survey conducted by DMHAS (Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services). This year marks the eleventh year that DMHAS and their […]

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Terry Budlong is MCCA’s New Director of Prevention Services

Terry Budlong is MCCA’s New Director of Prevention Services

Danbury, CT, October 18, 2012 – MCCA is pleased to announce that Terry Budlong has joined their staff as Director of Prevention Services. In the area of prevention, MCCA’s primary focus is to prioritize the risk factors related to underage drinking in the Danbury area, strengthen our youth, and reduce youth involvement with alcohol. “I […]

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Got Drugs – National Take Back Initiative

Turn in your unused or expired medication for safe disposal Saturday, September 29, 2012       Time:      10:00 AM  – 2:00 PM Where:   Danbury Police Department 375 Main Street Danbury, CT 06810 For more information click on to website: www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/drug_disposal/takeback/index.html ¿Tiene Medicamentos? “DÍA NACIONAL PARA ENTREGAR MEDICAMENTOS” Un evento para entregar su medicaciόn […]

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Revised Social Hosting Law: What Connecticut Parents Need to Know

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September is Recovery Month

September is Recovery Month

September 2012 National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month “Join the Voices for Recovery: It’s Worth It” Recovery Month is an annual observance sponsored by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA’s) Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) that takes place during the month of September. This long-standing observance celebrates the effectiveness of […]

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How to Cope - Free session for Children and Teens

How to Cope – Free session for Children and Teens

How to Cope is a program for family members and friends impacted by addiction. We offer classes for children (6-12), teens (13-17) and adults (18+). This program meets for seven sessions. The next session in Ridgefield starts September 10th. How to Cope will also be offered in Danbury this fall. We will be offering a […]

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MCCA Is NCADD's Affiliate of the Month

MCCA Is NCADD’s Affiliate of the Month

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MCCA Gets High Marks

MCCA Gets High Marks

MCCA was among the highest ranking substance abuse facilities in Connecticut in a 2011 Consumer Survey conducted by DMHAS (Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services). This year marks the tenth year that DMHAS and their provider community have been administering the Consumer Satisfaction Survey. This annual survey report provides DMHAS with invaluable information about […]

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John J. Allen Memorial Golf Tournament

John J. Allen Memorial Golf Tournament

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MCCA Attends Clinical Supervision Conference

MCCA Attends Clinical Supervision Conference

Danbury, CT, May 30, 2012 – Ten employees from MCCA attended the Clinical Supervision Conference to learn the importance of clinical supervision and how the organization can implement new ways to supervise. The conference took place on May 21st at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Cromwell, CT and was hosted by Dr. David Powell, a […]

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