Welcome

Welcome to SMART Recovery Connecticut.

Several meetings (including the Monday Family & Friends; Wednesday, Thursday Teen, Saturday and Sunday) are now being held online.

Click on the button below to join the meeting from a computer or smartphone. To join by phone, call +1 929 436 2866 in New York (or the local number given for some meetings) and enter the meeting PIN

SMART Recovery Meetings

Zoom PIN 158-738-999
(New Haven)

Zoom PIN 846-286-830
(Meriden)
Password: meriden

Zoom PIN 149-736-101
(Hebron)

Ring Central
No PIN
(Torrington)

Ring Central
No PIN
(Stamford)

Zoom PIN 957-1247-0696
(Westport)

Zoom PIN 974-7679-5361
(New Haven)
Password: 069420

Zoom PIN 834-307-3480
(Glastonbury)

Call: 203-432-9666
Zoom PIN 994-6492-5804
(Hamden)

Zoom PIN 489-826-717
(Southbury)

Zoom PIN 707-229-812
(New Haven)

SMART Recovery for Family & Friends Meetings

Zoom PIN 993-4663-8064
(Westport)

Call: 203-432-9666
Zoom PIN 636-287-458
(Hamden)

Zoom PIN 842-860-388
(Meriden)
Password: meriden

Zoom PIN 834-307-3480
(Glastonbury)

Zoom PIN 919-165-083
(Hebron)

Ring Central
No PIN
(Westport)

Teen SMART Recovery Meetings

Ring Central
No PIN
(Norwalk)

Ring Central
No PIN
(Greenwich)

Zoom PIN 490-432-489
(Hebron)

Zoom PIN 423-838-5515
(Hamden)
Password: 2w987d

Last updated August 7th, 2020 at 3:05 PM using list dated August 6th, 2020

We are on Facebook, Twitter and Meetup.

Register here to find out more about changes to meetings in Connecticut

SMART Recovery is a modern, science-based, addiction recovery program that addresses the four points where most people encounter difficulty:

  1. Building and maintaining motivation
  2. Coping with urges
  3. Dealing with thoughts, feelings and behaviors
  4. Living a balanced life

You can read more about the history of SMART Recovery in Connecticut on our history page, and how you can help on our volunteer opportunities page.

What you do outside of the meeting is MORE IMPORTANT than what you do at the meeting and face-to-face meetings are only a segment of SMART.  Here are some other things you can do:

  • Purchase a handbook.  Handbooks are available at smartrecovery.org and we also have some for purchase at the meeting.
  • Put what you learn into practice in your everyday life.

Please contact us with ANY feedback and/or suggestions.
This is your recovery and you decide how you want to recover.