LITCHFIELD COUNTY OPIATE TASK FORCE

The Litchfield County Opiate Task Force (LCOTF) was formed in December of 2013 following the overdose deaths of a high volume of shared clients in the span of ten days.

The Task Force organizes its work around four essential goals: improving access to care, enhancing collaboration and data sharing between and among service providers, reducing opioid use and misuse in the community, and sharing information and resources about addiction, prevention, safety, and treatment.

The LCOTF is led by co-chairs of the McCall Center for Behavioral Health and Charlotte Hungerford Hospital, and has more than 60 active members from all sectors in the community.

DON’T KNOW WHERE TO START?

If you’re looking for recovery support or assistance in accessing treatment, please give one of our community recovery navigators or case managers a call. Click the link below to get more information:

Recovery Resources during COVID-19

Access 24/7 real-time information on bed availability for addiction services including: DMHAS funded beds, detoxification services, residential addiction

www.ctaddictionservices.com
Access Line: (800) 563-4086

This website is currently under construction. For more information about the Litchfield County Opiate Task Force, please contact our Network Coordinator Lauren at Lauren.Pristo@McCallCenterCT.org