MCCA, Midwestern Connecticut Council of Alcoholism, Inc. is the primary provider of substance abuse prevention, evaluation and treatment services in the greater Danbury area. MCCA was established in 1972 in response to regional needs for high quality professional services for individuals and their families suffering from alcohol and substance abuse.

Headquartered in Danbury, MCCA maintains locations in Danbury, New Milford, Bethel, Ridgefield, Waterbury, Derby, Torrington, New Haven, Kent and Sharon. MCCA primarily serves clients residing in Connecticut State Demographic Area Regions 1 and 5, encompassing the entire western portion of the state. These regions are economically and socio-demographically diverse, and include urban, suburban, and rural areas.

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To provide help and instill hope for individuals, families and organizations working to overcome and prevent addictions, co-occurring disorders and associated problems. We strive to be the premier prevention and treatment organization by providing state-of-the-art programs designed to achieve measurable results that bring value to customers and partners addressing substance abuse and co-existing mental health disorders.  

MCCA’s mission is to provide HELP and instill HOPE for individuals, families and organizations working to overcome and prevent addictions. 

Our vision is to be the premier prevention and treatment organization in Western Connecticut by providing state-of-the-art programs designed to achieve measurable results that bring value to customers and partners.  





A Full Spectrum of Services

MCCA presently offers a wide variety of services and programs including outpatient, as well as short and long-term residential inpatient treatment. Because we offer a full spectrum of services, clients who come to MCCA are able to take advantage of the many programs we provide facilitating their recovery process.

Help and support is also available to family members, a vital component in the recovery process. Our various programs service seniors, Latinos, women, and others affected by alcohol and drug dependence. 

Residential Treatment

MCCA presently offers short and long-term residential inpatient treatment.
Our Inpatient Programs

  • Trinity Glen Men’s Program, Adult Long-term Residential
  • Trinity Glen Women’s Program, Adult Long-term Residential
  • McDonough House/Adult Short-term Residential
  • Detoxification and Evaluation Program
  • Residential Gambling Program

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Outpatient Services

MCCA offers outpatient treatment services through individual, group and family therapy. Clients are able to participate in a variety of programs such as intensive outpatient, relapse prevention, early intervention, women’s and men’s services and Latino outpatient. Through these supportive therapies clients are able to recognize triggers and destructive behavior and begin to create the positive changes leading to the well-being created by a healthier lifestyle.

Family education and therapy is also available and covers the many issues family members must cope with when dealing with a family member suffering from an addiction or mental illness.

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Transitional Housing

At MCCA we believe that alcoholism and drug addiction are treatable illnesses and that those effected, including family members, can recover. Our treatment philosophy is goal-oriented for the entire continuum of services from interventions through relapse prevention. All of MCCA’s programs are targeted to produce positive outcomes for the identified patient and family member.
MCCCA operates two transitional facilities, as well as a therapeutic group home.

Sunrise Terrace is a 16-bed transitional housing facility that provides a positive step in the maintenance of their recovery. Residents who are in recovery are able to rent the townhouse-style two-bedroom units her for approximately one year.
The Sobering Center is a short-term, therapeutic Social Setting Detoxification Program for the chemically dependent, co-occurring, homeless individual in need of care in preparation for treatment.
New Dawn is a small, homelike facility located in a residential neighborhood in the greater Danbury area. Five adolescent girls with primary mental health diagnoses are cared for in a warm, intimate environment, with intensive level staffing to meet their multiple needs.

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Facing Addiction and The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) are proud to announce the merger of our organizations – creating a national leader in turning the tide on the addiction epidemic.
The merged organization will be called:

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