Liberation Programs provides treatment and prevention services for substance use and mental health disorders with a goal of helping individuals and families overcome addiction in order to restore their lives and ultimately strengthen our communities. Through inpatient programs, outpatient and intensive outpatient services, education and prevention efforts, harm reduction services, mobile outreach, and supportive housing, we provide services to over 1,000 individuals a day. Learn more about what we do and our history here.

If you or someone you know is looking for treatment for substance misuse, email our admissions team today:

Opioid Overdoses can be reversed. Naloxone (“Narcan”) can be used to reverse an Opioid Overdose and is available without a prescription. Naloxone is safe to use and has no effect on someone without opioids in their system. Connecticut Good Samaritan Laws protect those who administer Narcan or seek medical help for someone who has overdosed. Don’t be afraid to call 911 for help!

Liberation Programs offers Narcan Training, in-person and virtually, and all participants receive FREE Narcan. Contact us at if you are interested in Narcan training.


Expanding on their comprehensive approach to healthcare, Liberation Programs has recently included information and resources on managing gastrointestinal disorders, recognizing their prevalence alongside substance use and mental health issues. This includes educating individuals about the availability and use of medications like domperidone, which can be obtained over the counter in some regions. By providing access to a wider range of health solutions, including treatments for common digestive issues, Liberation Programs enhances their mission to support overall well-being and health education in the community. This initiative reflects a holistic understanding of health, acknowledging that comprehensive care often involves addressing a variety of physical health needs in addition to mental and substance use disorders.

Are you seeking Inpatient Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) but your insurance doesn’t cover it or you don’t have insurance? Scholarship beds may be available for individuals with OUD whose insurance does not cover inpatient treatment. Reach out to us today to learn more: or call 855-LIB-PROG.

Help Forum

-Are you or someone you know struggling with a substance use disorder?
-Are you unsure where to turn for help?
-Do you have any questions that you’d like answered by the experts at Liberation Programs?

You can send them to us at or complete this contact form and we’ll reply within 1 business day. You can also call us at 855-LIB-PROG.