Connecticut Counseling Centers Inc


Connecticut Certification Board Approved (CCB)

Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor Training Workshops

Connecticut Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor Training Program (CT CADAC Training Program) is pleased to announce the availability of a new workshop training series on addiction treatment starting December 13th, 2013. All training is approved by the CT Certification Board, Inc. for initial or re-certification hours. These brief workshops will be 2-3 hours in duration and will be held late morning to early afternoon at Connecticut Counseling Centers, Inc. in Danbury. Topics include Ethics, DSM V, counseling skill enhancement, psychopharmacology, and more.

Lunch will be served!

Please click on the two links below for further information and to register.

Registration Form --PDF (Adobe Acrobat Reader Required)

2014 Training Descriptions -- PDF (Adobe Acrobat Reader Required)

Please contact Rob Lambert at 203.838.6508, ext. 238 with questions or via email at rlambert@ctcounseling.org


Connecticut Counseling Centers Inc

Receives CSSD Contractual Award

Connecticut Counseling Centers, Inc. is proud to announce that it has been awarded a Contract from the State of Connecticut, Court Support Services Division for Adult Behavioral Health Services.  The services to be provided under this contract for Connecticut adults on probation include, Integrated Mental Health and Substance Abuse Assessments, Supervised Divisionary Program Evaluations and Reporting, Substance Abuse Group Services, Intensive Outpatient Treatment Services and Medication Evaluation and Management.  These services will be provided in each of our three Connecticut facilities; Danbury, Norwalk and Waterbury.

This is a 3-year contract, for $376,642 per year, which began in December 2012 and runs through June 30, 2015.  In order to implement the requirements of the contract, CCC Inc. has hired 14 new employees to fill the positions based on the contract requirements and the number of clients referred to each clinic. 

For further information contact Richard Bilangi, President/Executive Director at 203-743-4698 or via email rbilangi@ctcounseling.org.

CCC Invited to Participate in SAMSHA Project

As a recognized thought leader in the Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse industry, Rob Lambert was asked by a representative for Advocates for Human Potential (AHP) to do a video interview that would subsequently be used to create a support tool to assist Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Programs in understanding many of the complex issues surrounding MAT.  Rob Lambert, along with Kurt Kemmling was interviewed during the Conference and a variety of topics were discussed including:

The Center for Social Innovation and Advocates for Human Potential (AHP), under a SAMHSA Bringing Recovery Supports to Scale Technical Assistance Center Strategy contract, will be developing a Shared Decision Making (SDM) tool around Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT).