Connecticut Alliance of Recovery Residences

The Connecticut Alliance of Recovery Residences (CTARR) is a 501c3 nonprofit. CTARR’s mission is to support recovery residences in CT to practice national quality standards for recovery residences. CTARR inspects and certifies CT recovery homes, provides training and maintains a forum for exchanging ideas, solving problems, providing guidance and to act as an advocate for our members as well as those we serve.

The NARR document will be updated periodically and CTARR will share new information as we receive it.

CTARR will be holding our monthly meeting via ZOOM on Tuesday, 3/31 at 6:00 p.m. and we hope you can join us. This meeting will focus on exchanging current information and to support residence providers and managers during these uncertain times.

Join Zoom Meeting on March 31, 2020 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Meeting ID: 837 380 197

Please Register for the Meeting

The CTARR Standard promotes delivery of quality recovery support services in community-based, residential settings. CTARR Certification of Connecticut providers to the CTARR Standard ensures availability of recovery-oriented housing to meet the needs of persons in recovery.
As a prospective resident, how do you select the recovery residence that best meets your needs and preferences? What research is suggested prior to making a qualified selection? CTARR recognizes four distinct support levels. Which level is best suited for your needs?

Certified Residences

Click the icon to view a list of providers compliant with CTARR Quality Standards & Code of Ethics. Connecticut requires providers to meet additional criteria to be eligible for referral from licensed behavioral healthcare providers. Access a list of providers who have met ALL criteria.

File a Grievance

We rely on our community to alert us to potential problems. If you are aware of a recovery residence that you believe is not adhering to the NARR Quality Standards for Recovery Residences, please let us know.