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CRT is hosting the 18th Annual Meals on Wheels Golf Classic on Wed., Sept. 18, 2019 at Tunxis Country Club in Farmington, CT. Join us for a day of golf that helps to support the needs of home-bound seniors in your community. Sign up to play or become a sponsor! Click on the Events tab below for more info!
Re-Entry Recovery Services

Treatment and support for ex-offenders returning to the community

Individuals leaving prison are provided mental health and drug/alcohol treatment and support. Staff monitors and supports people during this transition to reduce the likelihood of repeat criminal behavior and ensure a successful transition. Recovery services may include assessment, treatment planning, therapy, drug testing, recovery management, medication monitoring, case management and housing assistance. Services are offered in Hartford. Staff speaks English and Spanish.

To Apply
All referrals come directly from the

  • Atlanta Psychological Associates/Federal Bureau of Prisons
  • Federal Bureau of Prisons Health Services/US Probation Office and Pretrial

No other referrals are accepted for this program.

Referrals must

  • Be on probation, parole or transitional supervision
  • Be adjudicated and over the age of 15
  • Have a completed referral packet and/or treatment service plan
  • Submit a signed release form

Applications are accepted from the following agencies.

For more information
Re-Entry Recovery Services
Address: 330 Market Street, Hartford
Telephone: (860) 761-7900
Fax: (860) 761-7928
[email protected]
Office Hours: Mon - Fri 9 am - 5 pm

Funding provided by 

Additional Details
Recovery services can include assessment of substance abuse or mental health treatment needs and Criminogenic needs; individual and group therapy; supervised drug testing; crisis intervention; treatment planning, care coordination and progress documentation; referral for alternative and/or higher level of care; medication monitoring; psychotherapy; life skills and anger management; recovery management; recovery-oriented vocational services; faith recovery support services; housing assistance; sober housing and intensive case management.



Updated May 2017