Greater Middletown Opioids Task Force Resource Guide

Helpful resources for prevention, harm reduction, and treatment.
  • NORA: Naloxone + Overdose Response App

    An application provided by CT Department of Public Health to prevent, treat, and report opioid overdose.

  • River Valley Services: Middlesex County 24/7 Mental Health Crisis Line

     (860) 344-2100

  • DMHAS Access Line

    24/7 access to referral for substance use treatment
  • 2-1-1

     A 24/7 helpline in CT that provides referrals for substance use, mental health, healthcare, food, income, legal, youth, children & families, re-entry, transportation, crisis, older adults, housing, utility assistance, and basic needs.

  • SAMSHA's National Helpline

    1-800-662-HELP (4357)

    A 24/7 confidential treatment referral and information service.

  • Medication Disposal

    There is a medication disposal box located at the Middletown Police Department (222 Main St.) in the front lobby.

    At-home medication disposal bags are available upon request from the Middletown Health Department by calling (860) 638-4960. Alternative places to dispose of unwanted medications can be found at
  • Naloxone Pharmacies

    This interactive map shows the pharmacies in CT that carry naloxone. It is recommended to call ahead of time to ensure that there is stock available.

  • CT Syringe Services Program

    This document provides information about where Syringe Services Programs are located in CT as of August 2021.

  • Addiction Services Bed Availability, DMHAS

    This site shows availability of open spots for withdrawal management, residential treatment, recovery houses, sober houses, and walk-in services. It is recommended to call ahead to confirm availability.

  • Medication Assisted Treatment Provider Map

    This map shows the providers that participate in Medication Assisted Treatment. This map also shows services for Medicaid Behavioral Health Services, treatment services that support recovery, and medical Medicaid providers offering MAT.

  • Ministerial Health Fellowship: How Can We Help? Program

    Offers help with community resources, recovery supports and coaching, substance use treatment, mental health treatment,  social supports, transportation, questions/information about the Covid-19 vaccine

    Contact Robin Ross, Recovery Coach (203) 443-9959


    Includes listing free and paid rehabilitation resources in CT.

  • Narcotics Anonymous

    Find local Narcotics Anonymous meetings and resources for various types of treatment including inpatient, outpatient and support groups.


    Info on different types of therapy/recovery options, warning signs, how to talk to a family member, definitions of different types of treatment and a local treatment center directory.

  • FreeRehabCenters.Org

    List of free, low-cost, sliding scale, and low-income assisted rehabs.


    Network of addiction treatment facilities that provide drug and alcohol detox, support, and comprehensive substance abuse treatment services to the individuals and families struggling with addictions.