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.
HARM REDUCTION LOCATIONS
|Every Monday||11:30AM -12:30PM||Winsted||Open Door Soup Kitchen, on St James Pl.||APEX|
|Every Tuesday||11:30AM - 12:30PM||Torrington||Soup Kitchen on Maiden Ln||ROVER|
|Every Tuesday||1:30PM - 3:00PM||North Canaan||Municipal lot on Railroad St||ROVER|
|Every Wednesday||10:00AM - 11:30AM||Torrington||Fussenich Park behind the Armory||ROVER|
|Every Thursday||11:30AM - 12:30PM||Torrington||Soup Kitchen on Maiden Ln||APEX|
|Every Thursday||5:00PM - 6:00PM||Waterbury||Moon Mart, 229 Whitewood Rd||ROVER|
|Every Friday||11:30AM -12:30PM||Winsted||Open Door Soup Kitchen, on St James Pl.||ROVER|
|Every Friday||12:00PM - 1:00PM||Torrington||Corner of Main St & Alvord St||ROVER|
If you are not able to make it to the times/locations above, please call the Addiction Resource Line at (860) 256-8111 to be connected with outreach staff who can provide you with harm reduction services outside of this schedule.
SUPPORT IS AVAILABLE
If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, please call the Litchfield County Addiction Resource line at (860) 256-8111 to speak with one of our local recovery navigators or coaches. The recovery navigators can help provide community resources, support, harm reduction services, and treatment options for people with an addiction and their families.
For 24/7 access to substance use treatment, including detox and transportation, call the Access Line at 1-800-563-4086.
Please note the addiction resource line is not a crisis line – if you are in need of immediate assistance please call 9-1-1 or the Crisis Services Action Line at 1-800-HOPE-135 (1-800-467-3135) or 2-1-1.
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.
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