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Rushford at Stonehaven

325 Main Street , Portland, Connecticut, 06480
Rushford provides life-saving and life-changing treatment to thousands of children, adults and families each year. For more than three decades, our organization has been committed to delivering high quality behavioral healthcare services to those in need. We have collaborated with some of the nation's top universities including Yale, Darmouth and the University of Connecticut on research studies and other initiatives designed to improve treatment outcomes for individuals with mental health and addiction disorders. Unlike many other addiction programs, Rushford is licensed by the State of Connecticut and accredited by the Joint Commission. To maintain our licensing and accreditation, we must always be striving to improve our performance, to raise the level of care we provide to our clients and to demonstrate accountability in the delivery of services.

Facility Highlights

  • 12-Step meetings
  • Nutritional Assessment
  • Insurance Accepted

Specialization

  • Residential Treatment

    Residential treatment programs provide housing (food and meals) in addition to treatment for substance abuse. Some facilities offer only short-term residential treatment, some offer only long-term treatment and others offer both, ranging from a few days to many months, based on patient needs.
  • Holistic Therapy

    Facilities that offer “holistic therapy” see and treat patients in the context of their entire lives and health status. They treat the “whole person,” not just the addiction.

Facility Settings

  • Residential Neighborhood

Meet the Staff

  • Stephen W. Larcen, Ph.D.
    Stephen W. Larcen, Ph.D.President & Natchaug Hospital and Senior Vice President
    Dr. Larcen is the Senior Vice President of Hartford HealthCare’s Behavioral Health Network. He also serves as President of both Rushford and Natchaug Hospital. He has over 40 years of experience in behavioral health and health care management, including more than three years leading Windham Hospital in Willimantic. Among his previous positions, he served as vice president of operations of Cumberland Health Systems in Nashville, Tenn.; CEO of Northwest Medical Center in Knoxville, Tenn.; and executive director of United Services, a mental health center, in Dayville, Conn. He also worked as an organizational consultant in mergers and affiliations, organizational development, clinical and business operations and financial management for a wide range of health care facilities and organizations.
  • J. Craig Allen, M.D.
    J. Craig Allen, M.D.Medical Director
    Dr. Jonathan Craig Allen received his Doctor of Medicine degree from Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit Michigan in 1989. He did his internship and General Psychiatry residency at the Tufts University Medical School / New England Medical Center and his Child and Adolescent Psychiatry training at Harvard University Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital program. Dr. Allen served as Medical Director of Psychiatric and Family Services at Franciscan Children's Hospital in Brighton, Mass from 1995 until 2003 when he moved to Connecticut to take the position of Unit Chief at Riverview Hospital for Children and Youth in Middletown, Conn. Dr. Allen has served as Medical Director at Rushford since 2005. Dr. Allen has held the title of Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry at Harvard University Medical School (1994–2003) and at Yale University Medical School (2003–2005). Currently Dr. Allen trains Residents from the Institute of Living in Addiction Psychiatry. Dr. Allen was seated on the SAMHSA Pharmacotherapy Expert Consensus Panel which developed Pharmacotherapy Principles for individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders published in 2012. Dr. Allen is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in General and Adult Psychiatry and is ABPN certified in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, as well as being certified in Addiction Medicine by the American Board of Addiction Medicine (ABAM).

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I have heard tons of people complain about this program and how the program fails them and how they just babysit them. After being here and talking to the director personally, I hear it being stressed that this program will not recover you, this program is designed to test individuals in a controlled environment, the tests being relative to what we (the occupants) will experience in the world without a sheltered program holding our hand. There are clinicians and certified staff members with personal experience always working and willing to talk and answer any questions. This program is designed to give us oppirtunity to grow ourselves and our coping mechanisms if we allow it to and take the proper steps we as individuals need to do in our own lived to better ourselves and our habits. The program and staff members and clinicians are happy to provide materials and resources to help us along the path, but most of the time we have to be the ones to acknowledge that we need help, and to be the ones to ask for said help. This program allows the opportunity to nd encourages going to nearby AA/NA/faith based/church, as well as encourages us to start building healthy lifelong habits and skills, with incentives for doing so. Overall I greatly appreciate not only Stonehaven, but Rushford in general, I just wish more of my friends would open their eyes and accept help from programs like these.
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By far the best rehab I have been to out of a dozen. If u want to get better and are willing to do things for yourself stone haven sets you up to re-integrate back into society with a solid network and foundations. Its principle is that they want you to do things for yourself. So anyone who didn't get what they wanted out of it didn't put enough into it. They don't do things for you they motivate you to do it for yourself. And to be successful that's what addict.
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Stonehaven is made to sound wonderful but it is NOT! The staff is just babysitters. No counseling. Extremely mismanaged. All you do is sleep, eat and smoke. The groups are repetitive. I would NEVER recommend anyone go there!
Pat
    I would not give them high marks. It seemed extremely mismanaged with no individual counseling or advocacy. I left Stonehaven with no place to live or treatment plan. And the councilors happily waved good bye to me knowing this. It\'s about money not patients.