Aware Recovery Care

Intensive Home-Based Addiction Treatment
Phone: 203.779.5799

Aware-Recovery-Care-logoAware Recovery Care (ARC) provides innovative and intensive home-based addiction treatment in Connecticut for a full year. ARC assigns each client a multi-disciplinary team led by an addiction psychiatrist and walks with clients and loved ones to help them learn the daily habits and skills necessary for long term recovery. The team is made of of a Registered Addiction Nurse, a LMFT for family systems work, a Certified Recovery Advisor who is age matched and gender matched, and a licensed therapist. The visiting team utilizes evidence based practices coupled with extensive personal and professional experience to provide a model of recovery that allows people to “Recover where they live”.  ARC services are unique, private, convenient, and comfortable — but most importantly they are effective. The model is based on the latest research in addiction medicine showing that people who receive SUD care over the course of a full year experience much lower rates of relapse and are significantly more likely to attain sustained recovery. ARC can serve as an option prior to, in lieu of, or in addition to traditional treatments.

Blog Posts

  • RAM Council in the New Canaanite
    The Ram Council Foundation, an organization built around a group of NCHS students who lead substance-free lives, is scheduled on the night of Thursday, March 31 to hold a panel discussion, “The Power of Prevention: Success Stories and Strategies for Healthy Teen Years.” The question-and-answer session will feature panelists such as New Canaan First Selectman ...
  • Reunification Therapy Networking Event at The Madison Beach Hotel
    You are Cordially Invited to This Month’s Shoreline Networking Event at The Madison Beach Hotel.    Sara Mathews Dixon and Deb Noonan will present together this month, both of whom you can learn more about below. The presentation will provide an overview of the two types of reunification therapy from both a mental health and legal ...
  • No More Lost Kids
    No More Lost Kids A family seminar about substance & alcohol abuse in middle & high school students Sunday, October 25 4:30-6:00pm The Congregational Church Parlor Discussing warning signs to look for in children, crisis intervention, and treatment with Silver Hill’s Ellen Brezovsky, LCSW Director of Community Relations and Eric D. Collins, MD Physician-in-Chief and Addiction Psychiatrist. Sunday, November 8 4:00-5:30pm The Congregational ...