The Durham location houses both Rushford at Stonegate & Rushford Academy. Each program offers residential substance use and addiction treatment programs for males ages 13-18.
Throughout the Durham campus, our staff works to engage resistant teenagers by focusing on their individual strengths and challenges.
Our therapeutic model incorporates:
- 12-step recovery orientation and programming.
- The Seven Challenges Program® a proven approach that addresses teens' mental health and substance use issues.
- A holistic treatment approach that incorporates physical, emotional, and spiritual health and well-being.
Family involvement is an integral component of the program as addiction affects each member within the family system. Academic programming includes individualized tutoring and coordination with the student's school. Onsite sports and physical education opportunities are also available.
Rushford at Stonegate offers both a short-term program with a 28-day average length of stay, and an extended care program for up to 90 days.
Rushford Academy offers six-month residential treatment only by referral from the Connecticut Department of Children & Families.