Grant Street Partnership Overview
Grant Street Partnership, located in New Haven, Connecticut, is a treatment center that provides outpatient treatment track to individuals with substance abuse issues. With over 30 years in operation, the facility provides services to adults with substance abuse issues. The facility offers its partial hospitalization program in place of residential treatment to homeless men, providing housing to them during treatment. Treatment modalities used is heavily based on 12-step, which implements cognitive behavioral therapy and also provides support for dual diagnosis.
The facility does not currently offer detox on-site, although the facility will refer clients to Cornell Scott Hill Rehab for detox. At every point in the treatment program at the facility, services such as 12-step education, medical care, group therapy, Alcoholics, and Narcotics Anonymous meetings, and individual therapy must be incorporated. Clients who need additional treatment for co-occurring disorders will find support here, as the facility offers medication management and psychiatric evaluations.
The average duration of stay for the intensive outpatient program offered at the facility is six weeks. The first 10 days in the program features very intensive treatment, each group holds for four hours and clients are required to attend four groups a day. Individual therapy is scheduled for clients based on the therapist or client’s request. Clients in the outpatient track are required to attend therapy one to three times per week for two hours. Clients in the outpatient track can choose between individual and group therapy.
The staff at the facility comprises of Certified Substance Abuse Counselors, on-site medical doctors, and a psychiatrist that visits four times weekly. Clients in the shelter or housing receive 24-hour care, but there are no medical doctor on-site
Accommodation and Food
The facility only offers shelter to clients in the partial hospitalization treatment track. All clients are required to eat three meals a day and take care of their beds during the night. Client’s progress and advancement during treatment will determine the duration of stay in any of the programs.
Treatment & Therapy
Grant Street Partnership offers different services and programs to clients with addiction, based on their unique needs. Some of these are:
- Partial hospitalization program
- Outpatient treatment
The treatment center facility offers group and individual therapy to clients in the outpatient track. Group therapy sessions utilize cognitive behavioral therapy during treatment, as well as 12-step meeting. Clients benefit from a structured program, which helps with treating mental health and substance abuse issues.
The following are conditions treated at the facility:
- Substance abuse
- Mental health issues
- Co-occurring disorders
Grant Street Partnership Therapy Options
Grant Street Partnership offers a variety of therapy options for clients which include:
- Group therapy
- Alcoholics Anonymous
- Relapse prevention
- Narcotics Anonymous
- Medication Management
- Individual therapy
- Psychiatric Evaluation
Grant Street Partnership costs approximately $5,940 for a 30-day treatment at the facility. Prices are subject to change as it is dependent on the type of care a client requires. Clients who have no insurance or are underinsured can be eligible for a sliding scale mode of payment. Medicaid, Medicare, and other commercial insurance plan are accepted. Individuals seeking more information on payment, discounts, and insurance can contact the facility.
Grant Street Partnership Advantages
The facility offers affordable housing to those in need of it, amongst other things such as HIV counseling, job preparation, GED classes, and life skills training. Transportation services are also made available to clients who live within a 10-mile radius of the on-site facility. The organization makes transportation available to and from the treatment center.
The facility is dedicated to providing basic substance abuse treatment to clients in need of such care, using cognitive behavioral therapy, 12-step approach, and offering dual diagnosis services. The partial hospitalization program offered at the facility offers a unique resource, which is free housing to homeless clients.
Chief of Behavioral Health Services
Ece has many years of experience working in the behavioral health sector ranging from outpatient and inpatient substance abuse, dual diagnosis, to buprenorphine, detoxification, methadone, and many more. She completed her residency at the Sheppard Pratt Psychiatry Residency (University of Maryland) and is board certified to practice addiction and geriatric psychiatry.
Chief of Human Resources
Andrea has over 25 years of experience working in the management and human resource field. She is passionate about serving others and is committed to improving the overall community health at the facility. She is well versed in community and marketing relations, as well as advocating for patients.
Chief of Information Technology
Clark holds a Bachelor’s degree from the Central Connecticut State University in Business Management and a Master’s degree from the University of New Haven in Business Administration. Prior to working at the facility, he served at Health Net for over 11 years.