The McCall Foundation
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The McCall Foundation


The Basics

The McCall Foundation in Connecticut is a nonprofit, private behavioral health facility that provides mental health and drug and alcohol addiction treatment through residential, traditional outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP). The outpatient and IOP have gender-specific groups for men and women in Torrington and Winsted.

Treatment and Staff

Operating out of a large two-story house, McCall’s post-detox, six-week IOP meets for four hours a day, three days a week. An intake assessment determines the specific amount of individual therapy each client requires, but typically clients meet with their counselors a minimum of once a week. While clients must complete detox at an outside facility, McCall does have a psychiatrist on staff who can prescribe any necessary medications.

During the IOP, 12-step treatment is coupled with CBT, DBT and evidence-based recovery models including individual and group therapy. After completing the program, clients step down into once-a-week groups with one-on-one sessions scheduled as needed. This clinic also provides dual diagnosis support for individuals with co-occurring disorders.

AA/NA attendance is not required but clients are given a list of local meetings.  Individual family sessions are available upon request.

McCall employs 12 clinicians. Though group size varies, meetings typically have a maximum staff-to-client ratio of one-to-15. Clinical personnel include LADCs and LCSWs. The other 10 staffers are CADCs and/or credentialed alcohol & substance abuse counselors with an even mix of men and women.

McCall’s outpatient clinic opens at 8 am and closes at 9:30 pm. Morning groups run from 8:30 am to 12 pm (men only). Evening groups are coed and run between 5:30 and 9 pm.


While McCall’s IOP is 12-step oriented, it does not mandate any particular modality—clients are free to follow the recovery program of their choice. Credentialed staff are also able to provide mental health services and offer treatment for anxiety, personality and mood disorders.

For women seeking specific help with the emotional and logistical effects of abuse and trauma, McCall has a Seeking Safety program with support groups.

In Summary

McCall’s outpatient clinic prides itself on being a small non-profit operation. The staffers know their clients by name and make an effort to provide a friendly atmosphere. Clients receive one-on-one attention and, ultimately, McCall is a solid choice for those without means but looking for a quality IOP.

The McCall Foundation
58 High St
Torrington, CT 06790

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