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Danbury is a city in Connecticut of approximately 80,893 residents, based on data from the latest U.S. census. It got its name from the city of Danbury, Essex, England, where many of the city's first residents came from. Danbury is the site of Western Connecticut State University. Its small-town feel makes it a great place for people to come and get assistance for their drug abuse problems.

Danbury Airport Information

If you're planning to fly into Danbury for a visit to your loved one in rehabilitation, the closest major airport is Westchester County Airport, about 35 miles from the center of town. The nearest international facility is Stewart International Airport, about 47 miles away. LaGuardia is a good option if you are flying domestically from New York.

Weather in Danbury

It's a good idea to learn about the weather here so you'll know about your clothing requirements before heading over to Danbury. The average temperatures range in the 30s during winter and spring. In the summer, you can expect the thermometer to reach the mid-80s. By fall, residents enjoy average temperatures in the 50s and 60s. The city sees about 4 inches of rainfall every month on average, with spikes near the end of spring and the beginning of fall.

Danbury Drug Rehabilitation Centers

Realizing that you need to get some professional help to get a handle on your substance abuse problem is a major step on the road to sobriety. It's good to know that there are drug rehabilitation facilities in Danbury so you can find the help you need.

For example, Connecticut Counseling Centers provides dual diagnosis treatment for addictions, which is often indicated for patients who have underlying mental health issues that compound their drug abuse problems. This facility is noted for providing addiction treatment for pregnant as well as postpartum women. It also has programs designed from a Christian perspective.

Over at Midwestern Connecticut Council of Alcoholism, a full range of treatment services are available. Patients can come here for inpatient treatment in adult long-term residential programs, which are divided into separate facilities for men and women. You can also get well with their detoxification and evaluation program. Outpatient services are available as well. Patients in need of transitional housing have options here as well through the Sobering Center, Sunrise Terrace, and Therapeutic Group Home/New Dawn.

Lodging in Danbury

Do you need lodging in Danbury before you start rehab? Or perhaps you are a friend or relative visiting someone getting treatment here. Your options include the SpringHilll Suites Danbury and the Vespucci Lodge. The Ethan Allen Hotel, the Holiday Inn Danbury-Bethel at I-84 and the Hilton Garden Inn Danbury are also good choices.

Danbury Employment Opportunities

After you finish rehab in Danbury, you may enjoy living in the city so much that you decide to stay and get a job here. The most common industry in Danbury is construction (about 17 percent), followed by administrative and support positions (7 percent). You can also find work to a lesser extent in food services and accommodations (6 percent). Jobs are available in areas such as electronic products and computers, educational services and insurance (about 4 percent each).


  • Connecticut Counseling Centers Inc
    • Dual diagnosis treatment (Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders)
    • Addiction treatment for pregnant/postpartum women
    • Addiction treatment for women
    • Addiction treatment for Christians
    • Outpatient counseling treatment
    • Holistic rehabilitation treatment, alternative treatment
  • Midwestern CT Council on Alc (MCCA) McDonough House/Intensive Residential
    • Dual diagnosis treatment (Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders)
    • Addiction treatment for women
    • Addiction treatment for men
    • Residential short-term inpatient treatment (30 days or less)
    • Holistic rehabilitation treatment, alternative treatment
  • Midwestern CT Council on Alc (MCCA) Outpatient
    • Dual diagnosis treatment (Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders)
    • Addiction treatment for seniors/older adults
    • Addiction treatment for pregnant/postpartum women
    • Addiction treatment for women
    • Addiction treatment for men
    • Court ordered alcohol treatment for DUI/DWI offenders
    • Addiction treatment for Christians
    • Outpatient counseling treatment
    • Holistic rehabilitation treatment, alternative treatment

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