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ADRC, Inc.
Serving Hartford and
surrounding communities

Since 1973
ADRC Recovery House

ADRC Recovery House
56 Coventry Street
Hartford, CT 06112

The building at 56 Coventry Street usually referred to as Recovery House, after the largest program housed there, is actually home to several ADRC residential programs: Recovery House, Recovery House II, Alternate Living Center, and Housing Supports.

All told, the facility has 51 beds to accomodate a range of needs from people needing Recovery-friendly housing while waiting for other treatment beds to become available, (Recovery House, Recovery House II, and Housing Supports) to a longer term option where men in recovery can live in a supportive environment while working in the community and taking part in outpatient treatment.


Founded in 1973, Alcohol and Drug Recovery Centers, Inc. (ADRC) is a private non-profit corporation located in Hartford, Connecticut, providing high quality substance abuse treatment and recovery-supportive services. We operate a number of facilities, offering a wide range of services to help our clients achieve and maintain a life free of the destructive effects of chemical dependency.


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Program Brochures:
Alternate Living Center (HTML) (PDF)

Recovery House/Housing Supports (HTML) (PDF)

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ADRC is proud to be listed in the Connecticut Women's Consortium Trauma Directory:

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