Stonington accepts private pay and most major insurances, including TRICARE®, formerly known as CHAMPUS. Our business office will assist families and professionals in working with their insurance companies to certify the client for treatment. Private pay rates can be discussed as requested. Please call 860-535-1010 or 800-832-1022 (select option 1) for answers to specific insurance-related questions.
An initial screening is provided at no charge. A specially-trained counselor will meet with you (and your family, if appropriate), to help determine the appropriate level of care necessary.
Stonington is not a Medicare facility and cannot admit individuals with Medicare, regardless of whether Medicare is primary or secondary. Private pay rates can be discussed with individuals covered by Medicare.
Yes, smoking is permitted in designated outdoor smoking areas but not in any buildings.
There is a list of accepted/prohibited personal items. Please review these lists on the individual admissions pages for civilians and military service members prior to admission.
Stonington Institute operates on a therapeutic community model. This model emphasizes the need for each individual to take responsibility for their own behavior and to accept the positive and negative consequences of their choices. Our substance abuse programs are voluntary and we have an open, staff-secure campus. Depending on the program and level of care, you will have the following treatments available to you while in our program:
The admission process begins by calling our admissions staff at 860-535-1010 or 800-832-1022 (select option 1) and completing a brief confidential telephone screening. We schedule a face-to-face assessment based on this information.
Stonington Institute’s professional staff are here to help. Call 800-832-1022 or 860-535-1010 and select option 1 for a no-cost screening that gathers demographic, insurance and clinical information needed by the assessment team. If you need immediate medical assistance, contact 911 or seek the nearest emergency room.