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Mcca - Trinity Glen

62-64 Kent Cornwall Road, Kent, Connecticut, 06757
The Trinity Glen Women’s Program offers a place for female substance abusers to recover physically and heal emotionally. With optional 12-step meetings, plus individual and group counseling, the program emphasizes work therapy as a way to help women gain a sense of responsibility and self-esteem so they can make a successful transition back into the community.

Facility Highlights

  • Optional AA Meetings
  • Community Meetings
  • Group Counseling


  • Individual Therapy

    This term describes one-on-one therapy, in which a patient and trained counselor, social worker, psychologist or psychiatrist meets privately with a patient to discuss challenges related to lifestyle, work, family and romantic relationships that may have contributed to the development of an addiction.
  • Residential Treatment

    Residential treatment programs provide housing (food and meals) in addition to treatment for substance abuse. Some facilities offer only short-term residential treatment, some offer only long-term treatment and others offer both, ranging from a few days to many months, based on patient needs.

Facility Settings

  • Private/Secluded

Meet the Staff

  • Jaya Daptardar, MHA
    Jaya Daptardar, MHACOO
    With a Bachelor’s Degree in Ayurvedic Herbal Medicine and Surgery, Jaya was a Chief Medical Officer for a 50 bed general hospital, and has more than 20 years of clinical experience. Jaya has progressively responsive experience in Behavioral Healthcare Management with the task of managing and organizing the business with high quality and high productivity standards. She concentrates on continuous growth and new opportunities for business development. With more than 12 years of management experience, Jaya has successfully planned and implemented electronic health record systems, increasing efficiency and revenue at MCCA. She is also certified in Hospital Organization Management and billing. Jaya represents internationally and locally on a variety of topics in the field of behavioral health, as well as natural and holistic care. Client satisfaction and excellent customer service are a strong focus for Jaya. This is evidenced by her commitment to opening up more access to clients with continuation of treatment – with the goal to provide Help and instill Hope.
  • Lee Bodkin
    Lee BodkinDirector of Communications and Community Awareness
    As Director of Communications, Lee helps to tell the story of MCCA, raising awareness of the breadth and depth of services they offer to those struggling with addiction. She drives the strategic communications and marketing plans, conducts media outreach, organizes special events and oversees day-to-day social media activity. Lee is looking forward to increasing the visibility of MCCA and the amazing work that is carried out by their caring and dedicated staff. Previously, Lee created and successfully executed a communications strategy for the new Smilow Center at NYU Langone Medical Center utilizing traditional and new media. She has also worked as a freelance writer and editor for Time Inc. Content Solutions, and was the Managing Web Editor for Morris Media Group. She enjoys biking and hiking in this beautiful part of Connecticut.

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Nestled in the hills of Kent, Conn., Trinity Glen offers long-term residential care for women dealing with chronic addiction. It's one of the 58.6 percent of rehabs in Connecticut that offer some dedicated programming for adult women, and one of the 14.8 percent that offer residential treatment lasting longer than 30 days. Medical detox is not available on-site.

The facility is part of the Midwestern Connecticut Council of Alcoholism, Inc. (MCCA), a network of substance misuse rehab centers offering residential and outpatient services at several locations in the region. MCCA runs a similar program for men at the Trinity Glen men’s program in nearby Sharon.


Designed to treat women with a history of relapse, the goal of the facility's treatment is to help women become responsible community members, achieve abstinence, and prepared to transition into a sober-living facility after treatment.

Residents of Trinity Glen's structured living environment will participate in individual and group therapy, recreation therapy to develop sober interests, and weekly community meetings. Residents also have the option of attending Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings nightly.

Trinity Glen emphasizes work therapy, with 20 to 30 hours per week spent developing and enhancing work skills. The program is designed to contribute to clients' "sense of responsibility and self-esteem,” and positions Trinity Glen among the 39 percent of Connecticut-based facilities that offer employment counseling or training for clients.

Continuing care planning is offered upon graduation, though the facility doesn't currently specify what it entails.


Trinity Glen is CARF-accredited and employs program directors and state-licensed and certified counselors. Staff also includes a medical needs facilitator, work therapy supervisor, and monitors.


Trinity Glen's 11-bed facility offers semi-private dormitory rooms and meeting rooms, in an attractive, old-fashioned building surrounded by trees.


The single alum polled by Rehabs.com to date gave negative feedback, criticizing the staff for favoritism and complaining about the center's policy on ensuring residents work. "The only thing you learn is being work horse," F.H. wrote. Secondary sites yield no coverage of Trinity Glen at the time of this writing.


MCCA accepts insurance plans, Medicaid, and managed care plans, as well as checks, cash, and most credit cards.

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