Turn adversity into opportunity

Because addiction is a chronic disease, the potential for relapse is real. When relapse occurs, we explore lifestyle patterns and relapse triggers to develop effective relapse prevention strategies.

If you’ve relapsed or feel like you might relapse, we can help you get pointed in the right direction. Instead of repeating the same treatment program, we’ll address relapse with a new perspective – understanding your relapse cycle and identifying and addressing the issues that cause the relapse.

Treatment after relapse

  • Individual counseling – one to three days per week with a masters-level therapist specializing in substance misuse and co-occurring disorders
  • Intensive outpatient drug and alcohol rehab – treatment that meets three days a week, so you can live at home, attend school, or go to work
  • Medication-assisted treatment – if your relapse included alcohol, heroin, or opioid pain medications, you may benefit from medication-assisted treatment, which includes using medication like Vivitrol (injectable form of Naltrexone) or Suboxone along with therapy.
  • Aftercare – ongoing support to reinforce your healthy behaviors, relationships, and lifestyle
  • Sober living – we have relationships with structured male and female sober living homes offering supportive, home-like environments with built-in addiction recovery support and resources – located in the Westport community – for patients for whom home may not best support their recovery.

Contact Us

To learn more about Clearpoint or to find out whether our treatment program is right for you, we have caring admissions counselors available to speak with you at 203.293.1723.

Turn adversity into opportunity

Because addiction is a chronic disease, the potential for relapse is real. When relapse occurs, we explore lifestyle patterns and relapse triggers to develop effective relapse prevention strategies.

If you’ve relapsed or feel like you might relapse, we can help you get pointed in the right direction. Instead of repeating the same treatment program, we’ll address relapse with a new perspective – understanding your relapse cycle and identifying and addressing the issues that cause the relapse.

Treatment after relapse

  • Individual counseling – one to three days per week with a masters-level therapist specializing in substance use and co-occurring disorders
  • Intensive outpatient drug and alcohol rehab – treatment that meets three days a week, so you can live at home, attend school, or go to work
  • Medication-assisted treatment – if your relapse included alcohol, heroin, or opioid pain medications, you may benefit from medication-assisted treatment, which includes using medication like Vivitrol (injectable form of Naltrexone) or Suboxone along with therapy.
  • Aftercare – ongoing support to reinforce your healthy behaviors, relationships, and lifestyle
  • Sober living – we have relationships male and female sober living homes offering supportive, home-like environments with built-in addiction recovery support and resources – located in the Westport community – for patients for whom home may not best support their recovery.

Getting started

If you are facing the challenge of substance abuse and co-occurring disorders, we can help. Our professional staff is equipped to facilitate assessment, treatment planning, and clinical recommendations. To learn more about Clearpoint or to find out whether our treatment program for teens & young adults is right for you and your family, caring admissions counselors available to speak with you at 203.293.1723.

Speak with an Admissions Coordinator

We can help. If you’re struggling to stay sober or stepping down from an inpatient treatment program, contact us at 203.293.1723 to find out how we can help.