Action for Bridgeport Community Development
Provides quality early learning services for more than 800 children and families. Each day they receive comprehensive early childhood / family services that include health, social, and educational services Add To Favorites

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Connecticut
A non-profit agency that provides adult mentors to children. They recruit, carefully screen and train caring adults to act as mentors, match them with children, and support them. Add To Favorites

Boys and Girls Village
A leading therapeutic and learning facility offering residential shelter, clinical, after-school, counseling, special educational, foster & adoptive recruitment and training, family support services, and day programs for children and their families. Add To Favorites

Bridge House
Provides a positive, encouraging environment of programs and support which give persons with psychiatric disabilities opportunities to live productive and satisfying lives. Add To Favorites

Bridgeport Child Advocacy Coalition
A coalition of 80 member organizations committed to improving the well-being of Bridgeport's children through a program combining research, community planning, advocacy, community education and mobilization. Add To Favorites

Bridgeport Hospital
The most comprehensive hospital in Fairfield County with 425 licensed beds, more than 2,600 employees, 530 active attending physicians representing 70 subspecialties, 220 medical/surgical residents and fellows in programs affiliated with Yale University S Add To Favorites

Bridgeport Public Education Fund
Commits itself to high quality public education for all children by responding to the need for increased community involvement in and support for public education. Add To Favorites

Bridgeport: City Web Site
Links to information and resources of Bridgeport. May provide links to mental and behavioral health resources. Add To Favorites

    Bridgeport: Office of Social Services
    Provides for the social and economic well-being of the indigent and “working poor” population residing in the City of Bridgeport through Career development opportunities, case management and community outreach and referral services. Add To Favorites

Burroughs Community Center
Works to provide the residents of Bridgeport with program opportunities and facility resources for the purpose of promoting individual growth and community cohesiveness. Add To Favorites

Cardinal Shehan Center
A non-profit organization located in Bridgeport, CT. For 45 years the Center has served the recreational, educational, and social needs of moderate and low-income families and young people of lower Fairfield County, particularly inner city Bridgeport. Add To Favorites

Catholic Charities Diocese of Bridgeport
A leading provider of Senior Services, Case Management & Behavioral Health Programs, Women's Children's Services, and Life Skills/Transitional Services throughout the Roman Catholic Diocese of Bridgeport. Add To Favorites

Child Guidance Center of Greater Bridgeport
Offers a wide range of outpatient mental health and substance abuse counseling services for children under the age of 18 as well as a variety of in-home supportive services to their families. Add To Favorites

Connection, The
Works to strengthen our collective ability to build and sustain safe, healthy and caring communities. Add To Favorites

Family Centers
A private, non-profit organization offering education and human services to children, adults and families living in Lower Fairfield County. Add To Favorites

Family Re-Entry
Provides counseling services and psycho-educational programs to offenders and their families. Add To Favorites

Goodwill Industries of Western Connecticut
Serves people with disabilities, economic disadvantages, and other barriers to employment throughout western Connecticut. Our mission is to help people achieve independence and self-sufficiency through employment and related support services. Add To Favorites

Greater Bridgeport Adolescent Pregnancy Program
Works to establish a vital network of people and organizations to address the complex problem of teen pregnancy and HIV prevention by identifying needs and developing strategies and policies to effect change through established or newly created systems. Add To Favorites

Habitat for Humanity of Coastal Fairfield County
Works to eliminate substandard housing and create homeownership possibilities for motivated low-income families. Add To Favorites

Hall Neighborhood House
Provides quality human services to children, families and individuals and to develop a blueprint for the financial stability, programmatic excellence, infrastructure improvements and the creation of new initiatives to strengthen the organization to better Add To Favorites

Hall-Brooke Behavioral Health Services
Committed to providing exceptional care for the mind, body and spirit as an integrated continuum of behavioral health and addiction services for individuals and their families. Add To Favorites

Higher Ground Ministry Christ-Centered Support Group
A Christ-centered, local church sponsored, support group for anyone who has been personally affected by any addiction in their life or the life of a family member or friend. Add To Favorites

Homes for the Brave Living Skills Center
Open to male veterans and non-veterans who struggle with psychiatric and/or substance abuse problems and who are homeless. Add To Favorites

Junior Achievement of Western Connecticut
Works to educate and inspire young people to understand business and global economics to improve the quality of their lives. Add To Favorites

Kennedy Center
A not-for-profit rehabilitation agency supporting more than 1,500 children and adults with disabilities with vocational, residential, educational, therapeutic, social and recreational programs throughout the State of Connecticut. Add To Favorites

Liberation Programs
A private, nonprofit substance abuse prevention and treatment organization that has served individuals and families throughout Fairfield County for over 35 years. Add To Favorites

LifeBridge Community Services
LifeBridge works to empower people impacted by poverty and help them attain self-sufficiency. Each client receives an individual plan of comprehensive services that are delivered through four core programs: Economic Empowerment, Youth Services, Behavioral Health, and Social Enterprises. Add To Favorites

Lighthouse Program
Brings together community sponsorship in Bridgeport public schools to provide students with a safe and supportive environment after school and during the summer. The Program provides educational, cultural, and recreational opportunities to Bridgeport's students Add To Favorites

McGivney Community Center
Provides a safe, creative environment where children and adolescents can explore educational and recreational activities. Add To Favorites

Mercy Learning Center
Provides basic literacy and life skills to low-income women in the greater Bridgeport area. Add To Favorites

Neighborhood Studios
Neighborhood Studios provides a platform for lifelong success through the delivery of arts education to children at risk and those with special needs. Students learn new joys and skills, feel safe to express their own voice through the arts, and bring their enthusiasm to their community. Add To Favorites

Norwalk Hospital
Community hospital serving the greater Bridgeport County region. Provides general and mental health resources as well as treatment and rehabilitation programs. Add To Favorites

Operation Hope
Helps families with children and other individuals in the Fairfield area in need of housing. They offer a brighter future by providing support services and affordable housing to people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Add To Favorites

Optimus Health Center
Provides comprehensive outpatient health care for the entire family from prenatal through geriatric services. Add To Favorites

PARK Project
Works to build a system of care in partnership with home, school and community so that children with behavioral and mental health challenges can achieve success. Add To Favorites

A private, non-profit agency which provides a continuum of care and services for adults who suffer from serious and prolonged mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and major depression. Programs include safe, affordable housing with varying levels of support, case management, and rehabilitation services. Add To Favorites

Planned Parenthood of Bridgeport
Works to protect the fundamental right of all individuals to manage their own fertility and sexual health, and to ensure access to the services, education and information to realize that right. Add To Favorites

Recovery Network of Programs
Recovery Network of Programs is a private, non-profit behavioral health services agency providing various levels of individualized care, treatment planning, and supportive therapy for individuals and families affected by addiction, homelessness, and/or mental health disorders. Add To Favorites

Search for Change
Dedicated to improving the quality of life and increasing the self-sufficiency of individuals with emotional, social and economic barriers throughout Westchester, Putnam and Fairfield Counties. Add To Favorites

Sickle Cell Disease Association of America, Southern Connecticut Chapter
Works to provide education,screening, counseling,and support services to persons affected with sickle cell disease and the trait. Add To Favorites

Southwest Community Health Center
Continually strives to improve the scope and quality of services offered to meet the unique needs of the Bridgeport communities we serve. In addition to the comprehensive range of primary medical, dental and behavioral health services described in the following pages, Southwest provides community outreach, health education/disease prevention programs, and entitlement enrollment services. Add To Favorites

Southwest Regional Mental Health Board
A citizens' advisory council, created by State mandate to assess and promote mental health and addiction services in Southwestern Connecticut, that seeks to ensure a quality system of comprehensive, recovery oriented mental health and addiction services that enhances the quality of life and well being of all residents of Southwest Connecticut. Add To Favorites

Southwestern Connecticut Agency on Aging
Supports services such as nutrition, in-home, legal, health, adult day care/respite, transportation, senior centers and outreach/social support. SWCAA researches and evaluates elderly issues, offers community education related to the needs of the elderly, Add To Favorites

St. Vincent's Medical Center
A major, 397 bed acute care hospital and a leading referral center for open-heart surgery, total joint replacement and cancer serving Southwestern Connecticut and Westchester County, New York. Add To Favorites

The Center for Family Justice
The Center for Family Justice provides free and confidential trauma-informed services and coordinates care for all men, women and children impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse. They also provide education and training to communities to create social change that breaks the cycle of violence, builds healthy relationships, stops bullying and ends teen dating violence. Add To Favorites

Workplace, The
Works to develop a well educated, well trained, and self-sufficient workforce that can compete in the changing global marketplace. Add To Favorites

Youth Continuum
Serves to protect and promote the well-being of at-risk youth and provide them with the skills necessary to take advantage of opportunities for a healthy and productive future. Add To Favorites