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Connecticut Renaissance

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Connecticut Renaissance
350 Fairfield Ave. Suite 701
Bridgeport, CT 06604
United States
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Phone
(203) 336-5225
Website
http://www.ctrenaissance.com/



Connecticut Renaissance

Since 1967 Connecticut Renaissance has provided quality substance abuse and mental health treatment to men, women, and adolescents throughout the state of Connecticut.

Through programs run by a compassionate, committed, results-oriented team of counselors, therapists and administrators, Renaissance has earned the reputation as a leader in Evidence-Based Treatment practices, and continues to break new ground in the areas of positive outcomes, outreach, research, and community involement.

Headquartered in Bridgeport, Renaissance maintains facilities in Bridgeport, Norwalk, Stamford and Waterbury. Their mission is to help people begin the journey toward recovery from substance abuse, mental health and/or other behavioral health issues and to assist in improving their quality of life. At Renaissance, their ultimate goal is to assist clients lead healthy, productive and happy lives.

For over forty years Connecticut Renaissance, Inc. has worked with clients, via an array of services, to help them achieve the goals necessary to live productive, healthy lives. Through compassionate commitment to the individual, Renaissance's integrated, evidence-based approach extends to renewal of families, and ultimately, entire communities.

The overriding mission at Connecticut Renaissance is to continue expanding and diversifying behavioral health, criminal justice and research services for adults, adolescents, and families in Connecticut, leading to a positive outcome for the community at large.

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