Behavioral Health

Behavioral healthcare at The Connection offers multiple levels of care. These opportunities include Outpatient services in Norwich for individual, group, Intensive Outpatient and Medication Assisted Treatment. We also offer outpatient services and intensive residential programs New Haven. Our Residential Behavioral Health Programs serve people with severe and persistent mental illness and are designed to help people live in the community with appropriate support.
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A transitional group home that provides rehabilitation services to adults who have serious mental illness. This program provides the opportunity to improve self-care skills while learning to function independently in the community.

Referrals are received through the Community Services Network (CSN). Please contact us for more information about the program.

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Park Street Inn

These individuals receive case management services, stabilize and improve their baseline functioning, and gradually transition to a more independent level of care.

Jasmine McLeanNew Haven
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Park Street Residence

Park Street Residence provides 24/7 care to adults with serious mental illness. These individuals receive engaging clinical service, overall stability training, and a gradual transition towards independent care.

All referrals are received through the Community Services Network. Please contact us for more information about the programs.

Stefanie RondeauNew Haven
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Sierra Center – Pre-Trial/DMHAS

During their 3-6 month length of stay in this congregate care type setting, pre-trial adult males with a primary mental health diagnosis are provided with supervision, psycho-educational and skill-building services to support them in re-entering the community after a period of incarceration. The goal is to reduce recidivism through establishing positive behavioral change and pro-social community connectivity.

All referrals are made through the Court Support Services Division and DMHAS's Jail Diversion Program.

Rachel DoodyNew Haven
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Center for Behavioral Health

Providing outpatient clinical, psychiatric, and MAT services to adults with mental health and substance use diagnosis so they can improve their functioning and quality of life.

Aleksandra Slaski
(860) 343-5500 ext.
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