Please be aware that Litchfield County area is experiencing a spike in overdoses – this means that there have been more than 3 overdoses (fatal or non-fatal) reported by first responders to poison control in a 24-hour period.
|May 12th||11:30 - 12:30 PM||Maiden Ln. Trinity Church, Torrington|
|May 13th||10:00- 11:00 AM||Stop & Shop Parking Lot (front)|
|May 13th||5:00 PM - 6:00 PM||Moon Market, Waterbury|
|May 14th||11:30 - 12:30 PM||Open Door Soup Kitchen, behind St Joseph's Church, Winsted|
|May 18th||11:30 - 12:30 PM||Maiden Ln. Trinity Church, Torrington|
|May 19th||10:30-11:30 AM||Torrington Plaza, Torrington|
|May 20th||12:00 - 1:30 PM||Stop & Shop Parking Lot (front)|
|May 20th||5:00 PM - 6:00 PM||Moon Market, Waterbury|
COVID-19 Rover Access
Harm reduction services are still available.
Our weekly operating hours will continue on Tuesday from 11:30 – 12:30 at the Trinity Church Parking lot in Torrington. We are delivering our services in a way that accommodates the health and safety of our clients and staff, including the use of PPE and markers for safe social distancing.
We want to ensure you and your loved ones are safe during this difficult time. If you need access to Narcan or other harm reduction supplies and are not able to visit the Rover on Tuesdays, please give us a call at (860) 626-3194. We have volunteers ready to meet and provide supplies in a way that accommodates social distancing.
Help for mental health and addiction is still very much available and accessible. If you need assistance, please text or call (860) 626-3194 and we can connect you with one of our local recovery navigators or coaches to get started. You may also call the 24/7 treatment access line at 1-800-563-4086.
Fentanyl has been found in opioids, including heroin and pills made to look like prescription drugs like Percocet and Oxycodone. Fentanyl has also been found in non-opioids such as crack, cocaine, and Xanax. Please exercise an abundance of caution – never use alone and ensure Narcan is accessible.
Funding for this website was provided by the Draper Foundation Fund,
a fund of the Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation