Cochegan House is a transitional halfway house for men being discharged from the correctional system.
Our mission is to assist men coming from prison by instilling self worth, responsibility and a desire to develop positive behavioral patterns in order to reestablish themselves within their families and their communities. We have the privilege of seeing a significant number of men succeed in rebuilding their lives, and we encourage you to view the video at right to learn more.
Located in Montville, Cochegan House provides clients rejoining society after incarceration with helpful guidance on employment, as well as educational opportunities. The 16-bed facility focuses on life skills and helps clients regain their independence in the community with a strong emphasis on responsibility.
Services provided include:
Individual, Group, and Family Counseling
Substance Abuse Education
Assistance with Money Management
Guidance on Employment
Reading and Writing Skills
Community Outreach Activities
All referrals for this program come from the State of Connecticut Department of Correction.
For more information on Cochegan House, please contact Edythe Murray, Program Director, at 860-848-5500 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.