Grant Street Partnership (GSP) is a treatment facility in New Haven, Connecticut that provides services to adults with substance abuse issues. GSP is part of the Cornell Scott Hill Health Center organization that has been in operation for about 30 years. It offers outpatient treatment services to the general public and some residential treatment by means of a specialized Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) exclusively for homeless men that provides them with shelter for the duration of treatment. Treatment at GSP is 12-step based, uses CBT and provides dual diagnosis support.
Accommodations and Food
GSP’s “rehab with shelter attachment” is reserved for the specialized PHP. Clients get three substantial meals a day and their own bed for the night. Duration of treatment is determined by the client’s progress and ability to fend for themselves.
Treatment and Staff
Detox is not available on site, though referrals are provided to Cornell Scott Hill’s South Central Rehab Center. Any level of treatment at GPS includes 12-step education, AA and NA meetings, individual and group therapy, and medical care. Psychiatric evaluations and medication management are available to clients who need additional treatment for co-occurring disorders.
The GSP Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) lasts a minimum of six weeks and starts with 10 days of intensive treatment—four groups a day for four hours each. During the next four weeks, there are three groups daily, for three hours. Individual sessions are provided at the client’s request. The basic outpatient program involves two hours of therapy one to three times per week. Outpatient clients can choose between group or individual therapy.
A psychiatrist visits the facility four times a week and there is a medical doctor on site as well as a full time nurse and CSACs. The shelter provides 24 hour care for its clients, but no medical doctor on site.
For those who need it, there is affordable housing assistance, as well as life skills training, job preparation, HIV counseling and GED classes. Clients who live within a 10-mile radius are also provided with transportation to and from the GSP facilities.
Grant Street Partnership is part of a longstanding organization that provides basic substance abuse treatment—a 12-step approach, CBT and dual diagnosis services. Additionally, the PHP that provides free housing to homeless clients makes this a unique resource. For an affordable price, GSP offers a variety of services designed to help clients get back on their feet and establish productive lives.
Grant Street Partnership
62 Grant St
New Haven, CT 06519
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