If you are experiencing a life-threatening situation, dial 911 immediately.   

If you are experiencing difficult or suicidal thoughts dial 211 for mobile crisis services.   

In Connecticut, mobile crisis intervention services are provided by teams of mental health workers (psychiatrists, RNs, MSWs, psychologists) who intervene in situations where an individual’s mental or emotional condition results in behavior which constitutes an imminent danger to him or herself or to another. Mobile crisis teams visit people in their homes or community sites, and others meet clients in clinics or hospital emergency rooms. Psychiatric emergency rooms and mental health facilities can provide crisis services to people who can travel to a facility. To find mobile crisis teams or a mental health facility near you, dial 211  

National Suicide Prevention Hotline 

Crisis Text Line 
Text HOME to 741741

Postpartum Support International  
PSI Hotline: 1-800-944-4773

Connecticut’s Intimate Partner Violence Hotline or dial 888-774-2900

DCF – Intimate Partner Violence/Domestic Abuse Help Sheet

Talk it Out CT – Parent Support Line 

Connecticut Recovery and Addiction Resources 

In recognition of the experiences and challenges faced by women seeking treatment for substance use disorders, the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) funds specialized and comprehensive programs for women and their children. These include residential treatment, outpatient treatment and specialized care management for women transitioning from a residential setting to community-based recovery services. For more information about programming, click here:  Women’s and Children’s Services ( 

  • Statewide toll-free number connecting residents seeking treatment and services to local walk-in assessment centers. Connecticut residents can call 1-800-563-4086, 24 hours a day, to connect them or a loved one to an assessment center in their area. For locations, please visit:  
  • Opioid Overdose Prevention/Naloxone (NARCAN) Initiative: Naloxone (NARCAN) is the antidote to an opioid overdose. Pharmacists who have been trained and certified are now able to prescribe and dispense naloxone/NARCAN to individuals from a pharmacy. A list of naloxone prescribing pharmacists in Connecticut is available by clicking this link. In addition to certified pharmacists, Connecticut law allows other prescribers, including physicians, surgeons, physician assistants (PAs), advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs), and dentists to prescribe, dispense and/or administer the medication. 
  • CT Medicaid MAT Provider Map allows you to search for medication-assisted treatment prescribers available in Connecticut.  
  • Connecticut Alcoholics Anonymous has information, tools and locations of area meetings to support recovery. 
Monday through Friday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
833-978-MOMS (6667)
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Mental Health and Addiction Services
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