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High Watch was founded in 1940 with the assistance of Bill W., the co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Welcome to High Watch Recovery Center
Voted "Best in Treatment" by Psychology Today
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High Watch Recovery Center is a residential medical facility that provides state of the art treatment for Substance Use Disorders and co-existing Psychiatric Disorders. We are experts in treating alcoholism and drug addiction. Our clinical treatment is directed by a psychiatrist who is Board Certified in Addiction Medicine. Our clinical treatment team all have Master's degrees. We have licensed clinical social workers, psychiatric nurse practitioners and a highly skilled nursing staff. Our core program staff is seasoned with successful addiction recovery experience. They will teach you how to manage the illness of addiction and keep it in remission by using the 12 Steps. Our program is well known and highly regarded. Our CEO Janina Kean was invited to the Opiate Triangle of the world, the Hunan province of China, to teach physicians how to properly care for their patients with heroin addiction. Ms. Kean was invited to visit St. Petersburg, Russia where she taught their clinicians how to properly care for patients with alcoholism.
Your loved one does not have to die from their addiction.
Together we can save your family.
An Interactive educational weekend for guests, families and loved ones. This life saving educational program is open to our guests, their families, their loved ones and the general public.CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OUR PROGRAM
"It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that we must inform you of the passing of Robert J. "Bob" Kean, loving partner and Husband of 34 years of our President/CEO Janina Kean. He passed after a brave battle with cancer on March 19th, 2014, surrounded by people who loved him at his home in Sharon, CT. Bob was entering his 24th consecutive year of sobriety and was well known at High Watch until his illness. He would hold court with a cigar in hand, surrounded by the male guests as a mentor and educator. His special charisma attracted many people to him and as a result was instrumental in helping them in their journey to sobriety."
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