Transitional Living Homes in Connecticut
New Haven, home to Yale University, has a rich American history, being founded by English Puritans in 1638. At the eastern point of New Haven Harbor, sits Lighthouse Point Park, where the New Haven Light House once welcomed incoming ships with its guiding beams of light. The small town of Mystic, which calls itself a small breath of fresh air between New York and Boston, seated on the coastline which features even more of Connecticut's historic lighthouses, seafaring villages as well as boating and fishing.
Regardless of what type of setting you are looking for, Treatment4Addiction's Directory of Connecticut sober living homes is a helpful tool to find the right one for you. Whether you are looking for a sober living home in the collegiate town of New Haven, or for a sober living home located elsewhere on the Long Island Sound shoreline, you've come to the right place to start your search.
Indian Wells, California 92210
Torrington, Connecticut 06790
New London, Connecticut 6320
New Haven, Connecticut 06510
Waterbury, Connecticut 06704
West Haven, Connecticut 6516