Recovery Support

InterCommunity provides case management and other services which support those who are in recovery in achieving various goals: obtaining employment, temporary housing, and transportation to their next level of are are just some of the supports offered.

  • Recovery Oriented Employment Services

    ROES Employment Specialists assist eligible clients in Hartford to obtain employment. They provide vocational support and educational strategies tailored to the individual.

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    ICRC’s ROES is an employment support program funded by the CT Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS). The program provides employment assessment and support services to eligible individuals participating in InterCommunity’s addiction treatment and recovery support services in Hartford. The ROES client participates in an assessment with an ICRC Employment Specialist which includes:

    • Individual interests, strengths and talents
    • Employment, training and educational history
    • Motivation to engage in job search efforts
    • Risk of relapse and other barriers which may impede progress
    • Transportation capabilities and challenges
    • Individual issues such as medical conditions, motor ability, vision, hearing, literacy, physical endurance, and other factors, which may influence the identification of best-fit work environments

    Referrals are made to community and State of Connecticut employment services, educational resources and employers which best match the needs and preferences of the individual. Based on the plan developed with the client, the Employment Specialist will maintain regular phone and in-person contact with the client. For further information on this program, please contact Melissa McGee at (860) 707-2529 or Zoraya Pedraza at (860) 707-5619.

  • Infectious Disease Services

    Provides counseling and testing for InterCommunity clients who at risk for or living with HIV and/or Hepatitis C.

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    500 Blue Hills Avenue
    Hartford, CT. 06112

    ICRC Infectious Disease Services provides support for InterCommunity clients in recovery who either are at high risk for HIV and Hepatitis C, or who are currently living with HIV and/or Hepatitis C.

    Services provided are:

    • Services include referrals for HIV and Hepatitis C testing.
    • Confidential pre- and post-test counseling
    • Group and individual risk reduction education
    • Basic Hepatitis C and HIV education
    • Referrals to case management
    • Referrals to medical assistance
    • Referrals to community agencies

    ICRC Clients who would like to engage with InterCommunity Infectious Disease Services should call the Glenn Scott, the program coordinator, at 860-714-3701.