Click on the images below to read media coverage about a variety of Connections’ programs and services.
Read about the Sober Living Homes for women that Connections runs in partnership with AtTAcK Addiction near New Castle. This unique project has a recovery house and a transition house next door.
This story explores the benefits of Medication-Assisted Treatment with methadone and Suboxone and features a formerly homeless Sussex County couple who who have thrived since getting treatment at our Millsboro clinic.
Connect To Work is a Connections’ programs that provides job training and employment to people facing barriers such as addiction or chronic homelessness.
This story highlights Connections’ “6 for 1” program for pretrial detainees that is part of our Correctional Health Care model. The men and women participate in daily group counseling on topics such as parenting, finding housing and managing anger.
Read about the unveiling of the Veterans Freedom Mural on the wall of Marcella’s House at 801 Washington St. in Wilmington. The project was done in concert with the Wilmington Renaissance Creative District and other area stakeholders.
The Wilmington News Journal wrote in January 2015 about the opening of Connections’ New Expectations group home and day treatment center in Newark for expectant mothers who are involved in the justice system.
This story about pregnant heroin addicts features Connections’ New Expectations group home — an alternative to incarceration for expectant mothers who run afoul of the law.
Connections’ inaugural Art in the Urban Garden event showcases our Gallery 801 arts efforts and the Wilmington Renaissance Creative District as welcome bright spots in West Center City.
In March of 2016 Connections opened a state-of-the-art Mobile Dental Clinic. We use the van to provide correctional health care services for Delaware and plan to use it our community locations.
This story chronicles the $1 million U.S. Department of Agriculture loan our Withdrawal Management Center in Harrington received to make facility improvements and program enhancements.
Read about the November 2015 opening of our Withdrawal Management Center and intensive outpatient clinic in Harrington. This program assists people suffering form addiction to opioids, alcohol and benzodiazepines.