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The Eddy Center

1 Labella Cir
Middletown,CT 06457
(860) 343-5520
The Eddy Center


Alternative to Incarceration Program.

Residential treatment center providing intensive supervision, counseling and monitoring for up to 28 individuals over the age of 18 who are offered an alternative to incarceration. The program addresses individual client needs to help ease their transition back into the community and reduce the likelihood of criminal recidivism.

The Eddy Building, which houses Eddy Shelter, Eddy Center and Logano Place, was built in 1955 as a residence for 96 Connecticut Valley Hospital (CVH) employees. It was named Eddy Home in honor of Pearl and Otis Eddy, longtime and dedicated CVH employees. They were members of a family with a long and close relationship with the hospital, as both employees and advocates.
Clients are referred by Parole Departments throughout the state and are assessed within 24 hours of admission. Program services include:

    Employment skills
    Educational assistance
    Substance use education
    Life skills, such as anger management, trauma education and health education

Mission Statement: Building safe, healthy, caring communities and inspiring people to reach their full potential as productive and valued citizens