MCCA’s mission is to provide HELP and instill HOPE for individuals, families and organizations working to overcome and prevent addictions.
Located in Sharon, Connecticut, and situated on 23 wooded acres, Trinity Glen is surrounded by the Berkshire Mountains. Our facility offers over 50 beds for...
Luchando con la adiccions? En MCCA, nuestros consejeros estan entranado para tratar la adiccion al alcohol y las drogas. Se ofrece IOP en español en Waterbury, Danbury, New Haven, y Bridgeport.
Mark your calendars and join us!
Holistic therapies can be tremendously helpful for individuals during the early stages of treatment, as well as helping to support ongoing recovery ...
Sunrise Terrace is a 16-bed transitional housing facility that provides a positive step in the maintenance of their recovery. Residents who are in recovery ...
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The detoxification process is the first important step in the treatment of an addiction to alcohol and/or other substances. Our detox program is a place to receive medical attention and professional treatment in a comfortable, caring and supportive environment.
MCCA offers outpatient treatment services through individual, group and family therapy. With Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP), individuals can remain in their home and continue to work or attend school while in intensive treatment. Find an outpatient clinic near you below.
Long-term Residential Treatment
MCCA offers two long-term residential treatment programs for individuals suffering from chronic addiction. Trinity Glen Men’s Program in Sharon, and Trinity Glen Women’s Program in Kent are both aimed at enhancing the client’s sense of responsibility and their role in the community.
Find an Outpatient Clinic
You don’t have to put your life on hold to get better.
Our seven outpatient clinics provide flexibility and a full-range of programs from Outpatient to Anger Management to Relapse Prevention. For individuals who need a higher level of care, but are unable to enter a residential program, Intensive Outpatient (IOP) is often a good option.
What is addiction, really? It is a sign, a signal of distress. It is a language that tells us about a plight that must be understood.
Asking for help is the first step.
MCCA is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c) 3 non-profit community-based organization.
38 Old Ridgebury Rd, Danbury, CT 06810