Getting Started

When you call, our admissions team will answer the phone and take time to ask you some questions about your situation and what you are looking for in sober living.

Our admissions team conducts this brief interview in order determine if Westport House sober living is right for you. Most of our clients come directly from an inpatient treatment program, and if you’re calling on behalf of a loved one, our team will reach out to the treatment center and schedule a time to speak with your loved one and his therapist. We will also request a copy of his medical records – once the appropriate releases have been signed.

Initial Conversation

To help ease any concerns about your initial phone call to us, it helps to understand what to expect when you are connected with us. An Admissions Specialist will guide you through a brief and confidential assessment.

Here are some things that the Admissions Specialist may discuss with you:

  • How you or your loved one will travel from treatment;
  • Your insurance policy and what benefits may help offset the costs of Westport House; 
  • Length of stay and accommodations, and;
  • Your medical history.

Take a Tour of Our Facilities

We know that choosing sober living is not an easy decision.  We welcome you and your family to meet us in person and tour our facilities in Connecticut.  We understand that getting to know the surroundings and staff may be a key factor in committing to sober living.  You will need to speak with an Admissions Specialist to coordinate a tour.

Scheduling Your Admission

We know that choosing sober living is not an easy decision.  We welcome you and your family to meet us in person and tour our facilities in Connecticut.  We understand that getting to know the surroundings and staff may be a key factor in committing to sober living.  You will need to speak with an Admissions Specialist to coordinate a tour.

STAFF IN THE SPOTLIGHT


Marty Gaudrault
Director, Admissions

As Director of Admissions, Marty supports Westport House clients at the beginning of their journey with us. Before his current role, he served as a Case Manager, where he was responsible for coordinating services for clients and acting as the primary point of contact for their families. Thru positive coaching, role modeling, and mentorship, he enjoys helping clients find the joy in a clean and sober way of life.

Passionate and energetic, Marty has been in recovery for many years and is particularly passionate about the 12-Step philosophy for recovery. A regular speaker, he is committed to contributing to service work in the community. He sponsors several young men at a time, is a sober coach, and involved in many recovery-based activities throughout New England. He prides himself on nurturing relationships to mutual benefit for everyone involved and spends his free time developing personal and professional relationships within the community and our organization.

Marty Gaudrault

Director, Admissions

As Director of Admissions, Marty supports Westport House clients at the beginning of their journey with us. Before his current role, he served as a Case Manager, where he was responsible for coordinating services for clients and acting as the primary point of contact for their families. Thru positive coaching, role modeling, and mentorship, he enjoys helping clients find the joy in a clean and sober way of life.

Passionate and energetic, Marty has been in recovery for many years and is particularly passionate about the 12-Step philosophy for recovery. A regular speaker, he is committed to contributing to service work in the community. He sponsors several young men at a time, is a sober coach, and involved in many recovery-based activities throughout New England. He prides himself on nurturing relationships to mutual benefit for everyone involved and spends his free time developing personal and professional relationships within the community and our organization.


Our admissions team conducts this brief interview in order determine if Westport House sober living is right for you. Most of our clients come directly from an inpatient treatment program, and if you’re calling on behalf of a loved one, our team will reach out to the treatment center and schedule a time to speak with your loved one and his therapist. We will also request a copy of his medical records – once the appropriate releases have been signed.

Initial Conversation

To help ease any concerns about your initial phone call to us, it helps to understand what to expect when you are connected with us. An Admissions Specialist will guide you through a brief and confidential assessment.

Here are some things that the Admissions Specialist may discuss with you:

  • How you or your loved one will travel from treatment;
  • Your insurance policy and what benefits may help offset the costs of Westport House; 
  • Length of stay and accommodations, and;
  • Your medical history.

Take a Tour of Our Facilities

We know that choosing sober living is not an easy decision.  We welcome you and your family to meet us in person and tour our facilities in Connecticut.  We understand that getting to know the surroundings and staff may be a key factor in committing to sober living.  You will need to speak with an Admissions Specialist to coordinate a tour.

Scheduling Your Admission

We know that choosing sober living is not an easy decision.  We welcome you and your family to meet us in person and tour our facilities in Connecticut.  We understand that getting to know the surroundings and staff may be a key factor in committing to sober living.  You will need to speak with an Admissions Specialist to coordinate a tour.

STAFF IN THE SPOTLIGHT


Marty Gaudrault
Director, Admissions

As Director of Admissions, Marty supports Westport House clients at the beginning of their journey with us. Before his current role, he served as a Case Manager, where he was responsible for coordinating services for clients and acting as the primary point of contact for their families. Thru positive coaching, role modeling, and mentorship, he enjoys helping clients find the joy in a clean and sober way of life.

Passionate and energetic, Marty has been in recovery for many years and is particularly passionate about the 12-Step philosophy for recovery. A regular speaker, he is committed to contributing to service work in the community. He sponsors several young men at a time, is a sober coach, and involved in many recovery-based activities throughout New England. He prides himself on nurturing relationships to mutual benefit for everyone involved and spends his free time developing personal and professional relationships within the community and our organization.

Marty Gaudrault

Director, Admissions

As Director of Admissions, Marty supports Westport House clients at the beginning of their journey with us. Before his current role, he served as a Case Manager, where he was responsible for coordinating services for clients and acting as the primary point of contact for their families. Thru positive coaching, role modeling, and mentorship, he enjoys helping clients find the joy in a clean and sober way of life.

Passionate and energetic, Marty has been in recovery for many years and is particularly passionate about the 12-Step philosophy for recovery. A regular speaker, he is committed to contributing to service work in the community. He sponsors several young men at a time, is a sober coach, and involved in many recovery-based activities throughout New England. He prides himself on nurturing relationships to mutual benefit for everyone involved and spends his free time developing personal and professional relationships within the community and our organization.


Our admissions team conducts this brief interview in order determine if Westport House sober living is right for you. Most of our clients come directly from an inpatient treatment program, and if you’re calling on behalf of a loved one, our team will reach out to the treatment center and schedule a time to speak with your loved one and his therapist. We will also request a copy of his medical records – once the appropriate releases have been signed.

Initial Conversation

To help ease any concerns about your initial phone call to us, it helps to understand what to expect when you are connected with us. An Admissions Specialist will guide you through a brief and confidential assessment.

Here are some things that the Admissions Specialist may discuss with you:

  • How you or your loved one will travel from treatment;
  • Your insurance policy and what benefits may help offset the costs of Westport House; 
  • Length of stay and accommodations, and;
  • Your medical history.

Take a Tour of Our Facilities

We know that choosing sober living is not an easy decision.  We welcome you and your family to meet us in person and tour our facilities in Connecticut.  We understand that getting to know the surroundings and staff may be a key factor in committing to sober living.  You will need to speak with an Admissions Specialist to coordinate a tour.

Scheduling Your Admission

We know that choosing sober living is not an easy decision.  We welcome you and your family to meet us in person and tour our facilities in Connecticut.  We understand that getting to know the surroundings and staff may be a key factor in committing to sober living.  You will need to speak with an Admissions Specialist to coordinate a tour.

STAFF IN THE SPOTLIGHT


Marty Gaudrault
Director, Admissions

As Director of Admissions, Marty supports Westport House clients at the beginning of their journey with us. Before his current role, he served as a Case Manager, where he was responsible for coordinating services for clients and acting as the primary point of contact for their families. Thru positive coaching, role modeling, and mentorship, he enjoys helping clients find the joy in a clean and sober way of life.

Passionate and energetic, Marty has been in recovery for many years and is particularly passionate about the 12-Step philosophy for recovery. A regular speaker, he is committed to contributing to service work in the community. He sponsors several young men at a time, is a sober coach, and involved in many recovery-based activities throughout New England. He prides himself on nurturing relationships to mutual benefit for everyone involved and spends his free time developing personal and professional relationships within the community and our organization.

Marty Gaudrault

Director, Admissions

As Director of Admissions, Marty supports Westport House clients at the beginning of their journey with us. Before his current role, he served as a Case Manager, where he was responsible for coordinating services for clients and acting as the primary point of contact for their families. Thru positive coaching, role modeling, and mentorship, he enjoys helping clients find the joy in a clean and sober way of life.

Passionate and energetic, Marty has been in recovery for many years and is particularly passionate about the 12-Step philosophy for recovery. A regular speaker, he is committed to contributing to service work in the community. He sponsors several young men at a time, is a sober coach, and involved in many recovery-based activities throughout New England. He prides himself on nurturing relationships to mutual benefit for everyone involved and spends his free time developing personal and professional relationships within the community and our organization.


Our admissions team conducts this brief interview in order determine if Westport House sober living is right for you. Most of our clients come directly from an inpatient treatment program, and if you’re calling on behalf of a loved one, our team will reach out to the treatment center and schedule a time to speak with your loved one and his therapist. We will also request a copy of his medical records – once the appropriate releases have been signed.

Initial Conversation

To help ease any concerns about your initial phone call to us, it helps to understand what to expect when you are connected with us. An Admissions Specialist will guide you through a brief and confidential assessment.

Here are some things that the Admissions Specialist may discuss with you:

  • How you or your loved one will travel from treatment;
  • Your insurance policy and what benefits may help offset the costs of Westport House; 
  • Length of stay and accommodations, and;
  • Your medical history.

Take a Tour of Our Facilities

We know that choosing sober living is not an easy decision.  We welcome you and your family to meet us in person and tour our facilities in Connecticut.  We understand that getting to know the surroundings and staff may be a key factor in committing to sober living.  You will need to speak with an Admissions Specialist to coordinate a tour.

Scheduling Your Admission

We know that choosing sober living is not an easy decision.  We welcome you and your family to meet us in person and tour our facilities in Connecticut.  We understand that getting to know the surroundings and staff may be a key factor in committing to sober living.  You will need to speak with an Admissions Specialist to coordinate a tour.

MOST INSURANCES ACCEPTED

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INSURANCE ACCEPTED FOR OUTPATIENT SERVICES

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ADMISSION CRITERIA

  • Client must be ambulatory and medically stable.
  • Client must have completed inpatient or partial-hospitalization level of care within last six months.
  • Suboxone, Adderall, Vyvance, and benzodiazepines are permissible on a case-by-case basis.
  • Prescription medications will be turned over to Westport House for supervised self-administration.

WHAT TO BRING

  • Depending on the season, clients will need to bring appropriate clothing. Westport House clients ski and snowboard frequently in winter months so appropriate ski gear may also be needed.
  • Sneakers and work out gear is  recommended for the gym.
  • Toiletries
  • Driver’s license and insurance card.
  • Cell phones and computers.
  • Spending money
  • All prescription medication.

WHAT NOT TO BRING

  • Drugs and/or alcohol
  • Paraphernalia
  • Over-the-counter medications
  • Bedding or towels
  • Weapons of any type
  • Pornography
  • Pre-workout supplements

ADMISSION CRITERIA

  • Client must be ambulatory and medically stable.
  • Client must have completed inpatient or partial-hospitalization level of care within last six months.
  • Suboxone, Adderall, Vyvance, and benzodiazepines are permissible on a case-by-case basis.
  • Prescription medications will be turned over to Westport House for supervised self-administration.

WHAT TO BRING

  • Depending on the season, clients will need to bring appropriate clothing. Westport House clients ski and snowboard frequently in winter months so appropriate ski gear may also be needed.
  • Sneakers and work out gear is  recommended for the gym.
  • Toiletries
  • Driver’s license and insurance card.
  • Cell phones and computers.
  • Spending money
  • All prescription medication.

WHAT NOT TO BRING

  • Drugs and/or alcohol
  • Paraphernalia
  • Over-the-counter medications
  • Bedding or towels
  • Weapons of any type
  • Pornography
  • Pre-workout supplements

ADMISSION CRITERIA

  • Client must be ambulatory and medically stable.
  • Client must have completed inpatient or partial-hospitalization level of care within last six months.
  • Suboxone, Adderall, Vyvance, and benzodiazepines are permissible on a case-by-case basis.
  • Prescription medications will be turned over to Westport House for supervised self-administration.

WHAT TO BRING

  • Depending on the season, clients will need to bring appropriate clothing. Westport House clients ski and snowboard frequently in winter months so appropriate ski gear may also be needed.
  • Sneakers and work out gear is  recommended for the gym.
  • Toiletries
  • Driver’s license and insurance card.
  • Cell phones and computers.
  • Spending money
  • All prescription medication.

WHAT NOT TO BRING

  • Drugs and/or alcohol
  • Paraphernalia
  • Over-the-counter medications
  • Bedding or towels
  • Weapons of any type
  • Pornography
  • Pre-workout supplements

ADMISSION CRITERIA

  • Client must be ambulatory and medically stable.
  • Client must have completed inpatient or partial-hospitalization level of care within last six months.
  • Suboxone, Adderall, Vyvance, and benzodiazepines are permissible on a case-by-case basis.
  • Prescription medications will be turned over to Westport House for supervised self-administration.

WHAT TO BRING

  • Depending on the season, clients will need to bring appropriate clothing. Westport House clients ski and snowboard frequently in winter months so appropriate ski gear may also be needed.
  • Sneakers and work out gear is  recommended for the gym.
  • Toiletries
  • Driver’s license and insurance card.
  • Cell phones and computers.
  • Spending money
  • All prescription medication.

WHAT NOT TO BRING

  • Drugs and/or alcohol
  • Paraphernalia
  • Over-the-counter medications
  • Bedding or towels
  • Weapons of any type
  • Pornography
  • Pre-workout supplements

For more information, call today: 888.302.6790

For more information, call today: 888.302.6790