RNP offers a Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) program for opiate-addicted persons utilizing prescribed methadone, Buprenorphine/Suboxone® and supportive counseling in conjunction with other support and referral services. Ambulatory detox is also available in our Bridgeport facility.
Prospect House Shelter offers emergency beds to those who are homeless, as well as, community based case management and rental subsidies for individuals living with HIV/AIDS. Prospect House collaborates with the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) in providing emergency and transitional housing to people living with both psychiatric and substance use disorders in the Urban Model Program. All of these programs offer intense, residential case management and support services to people living at or below federal poverty guidelines. All Prospect House programs provide 24 hour on-call services.
RNP provides comprehensive case management services and support to men and women living with substance abuse and psychiatric disorders in the Supervised Apartment Program. This intensive outpatient program and the therapeutic residential program are offered to low and moderate income adults struggling with the many complex problems related to chemical dependency.
First Step Detox is a medically-monitored residential detoxification unit helping those detoxing from alcohol, opiates and/or benzodiazepines. The highly trained medical staff of RNP will ensure that all clients are assessed individually and administered medications to ensure a safe and comfortable detoxification. We offer individual counseling, group therapy, case management, referral services for continuing care, medical management and intensive services for persons living with HIV, AIDS, and those with psychiatric issues.
Recovery Empowerment Counseling Center (RECC) serves individuals up to 21 years of age affected by substance abuse through individual, group, family/couples sessions, and preventative services.