A Danbury-based addiction-treatment nonprofit plans to maneuver its native outpatient clinic to the previous CVS website at Whalley Avenue and Orchard Avenue, after buying that not too long ago shuttered ex-pharmacy property for $2.5 million.
On Monday, the Midwestern Connecticut Council of Alcoholism Inc. (MCCA) purchased the 1.15-acre business property at 215 Whalley Ave. from the Brandfon Household Restricted Partnership for $2.5 million, in keeping with a current submitting on town’s on-line land data database.
That property — beforehand house to a CVS pharmacy, which closed its doorways earlier this 12 months — was most not too long ago appraised by town as value $2,427,600.
Based in 1972, MCCA payments itself on its web site as “the first supplier of substance abuse prevention, analysis and remedy companies within the better Danbury space.” It presently operates seven outpatient clinics in Danbury, Milford, Waterbury, Bridgeport, and within the Whalley-Edgewood-Beaver Hills neighborhood at 419 Whalley Ave.
In a short e-mail alternate with the Impartial on Wednesday, MCCA Chief Monetary Officer Glenn Connan mentioned that MCCA bought the previous CVS website with the intention of shifting its present Whalley Avenue clinic to that location.
“We presently function our New Haven Outpatient Clinic simply up the street at 419 Whalley Avenue and are simply trying to relocate to raised serve the group,” Connan wrote.
He didn’t reply to a comply with up request for touch upon what particular varieties of medical companies shall be offered at this location, what number of sufferers MCCA expects to deal with there, and what if any varieties of adjustments to the outstanding Whalley Avenue nook property the healthcare nonprofit intends to make.
MCCA’s web site states that it provides in any respect seven of its outpatient clinics medication-assisted remedy — resembling Suboxone, Naltrexone, and Subutex — together with “counseling and behavioral therapies” to deal with sufferers combating opioid addictions.
Its web site additionally says that the present outpatient clinic at 419 Whalley Ave. provides a variety of “dependancy companies,” together with outpatient remedy, intensive outpatient, and packages for pre-trial intervention, anger administration, and relapse prevention.
“Our New Haven Outpatient Clinic provides a full vary of outpatient remedy choices for these coping with dependancy. From particular person to group to intensive outpatient (IOP), our supportive therapies assist purchasers to acknowledge their triggers and harmful habits and start to create the constructive adjustments resulting in a more healthy way of life and improved sense of well-being,” the MCCA website reads partly .
“Intensive Outpatient (IOP) is good for people unable to enter a residential program because of work and household obligations. Certainly one of our hottest teams for people combating drug or alcohol dependancy, IOP meets thrice every week for three-hour classes.”
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