New Haven

Agency on Aging of South Central Connecticut
Responsible for planning, coordination, advocacy and allocation of funds to social services and nutrition programs designed to meet the the needs of those age 60 and older. Add To Favorites

AIDS Project New Haven
Provides education, non-judgmental comprehensive and holistic services to individuals infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. Add To Favorites

A nonprofit agency that provides prevention, treatment, supportive housing and recovery services to individuals and families in South Central Connecticut who are affected by mental illness and/or substance abuse. Add To Favorites

APT Foundation
A private, non-profit organization providing treatment to individuals with substance use problems with an emphasis on traditionally underserved populations. Add To Favorites

Boys and Girls Club of New Haven
Works to inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. Add To Favorites

Bridges Healthcare
Provides comprehensive mental health and addiction services for children, adolescents, adults and families in Milford, Orange, West Haven and the surrounding communities. Add To Favorites

Center for Nicotine & Tobacco Use Research at Yale
Formed to tackle one of the most significant health issues facing our world today, tobacco use and addiction. Add To Favorites

Chapel Haven
The country's only combined state-accredited special education facility and independent living facility for adults with cognitive disabilities. Add To Favorites

Children in Placement
Facilitates effective judicial review of children and families involved in court proceedings where neglect and abuse are alleged in order to promote a safe permanent home for each child. Add To Favorites

Children's Community Programs of Connecticut
A private, non-profit, multi-service agency. We are committed to provide diverse and creative support services to children and families throughout Connecticut to ensure that "Every Child Counts". Add To Favorites

Clifford W. Beers Guidance Clinic
Works to provide accessible community-based mental health services and advocacy that promote healthy and resilient lives for children and families. Add To Favorites

Columbus House
Offers assessments, case management and programs and services that are designed to address the most common causes of homelessness including: substance abuse, physical or mental illness, lack of education and job skills and a person's history of abuse and neglect. Add To Favorites

Community Mediation
Brings people together to work creatively on conflict resolution, instead of fighting each other and making those problems worse. CM’s programs overcome obstacles and divisions by building relationships between people and bridges between groups. Add To Favorites

Community Services Network
A consortium of seventeen community-based organizations that provide a variety of behavioral health services to people throughout the greater New Haven area. Add To Favorites

Connecticut Women's Consortium
An independent nonprofit agency in New Haven with a history of strong collaborations with many of Connecticut's community, academic and health care institutions on issues of women's mental health, substance use disorders, addiction, domestic violence and trauma. Add To Favorites

Connection, The
A community response to the devastation being wrought on families by the problems of abuse, neglect, addiction, and crime. Add To Favorites

Consultation Center
A multidisciplinary training site for undergraduate, graduate, and professional students from the fields of psychology, social work, psychiatry, nursing, education, public health, and divinity. Add To Favorites

Works to provide comprehensive residential support, housing development, acute services, and home healthcare services that enable persons with psychiatric and developmental disabilities to live as fully and independently in the community as possible. Add To Favorites

    Continuum: Home Health
    Provides comprehensive coordinated home care, specializing in services to clients with behavioral health needs, enabling them to maintain optimum mental and physical health and independent functioning. Add To Favorites

Coordinating Council for Children in Crisis
Works to prevent abuse, neglect and victimization across the life span and to serve those affected by providing home visiting and outreach, parenting education, family strengthening activities, counseling and advocacy to children and adults. Add To Favorites

Cornell Scott - Hill Health Center
Committed to providing accessible, comprehensive and quality primary and behavioral health care to low income and underserved residents in the Greater New Haven area. Add To Favorites

Domestic Violence Services (DVS) of Greater New Haven
Works to create an environment that supports individual safety and breaks the cycle of domestic violence. Add To Favorites

Easter Seals Goodwill New Haven
Works to enhance employment opportunities and the quality of life for people with disabilities and other special needs. Add To Favorites

Elderly Services
Promotes and delivers comprehensive services to the elderly citizens of New Haven. These services include housing assistance, recreational activities, social and educational opportunities and health screening activities. Services are delivered through the network of 6 city-run senior centers throughout the City. Add To Favorites

Fair Haven Community Health Center
Provides comprehensive health care – from prenatal to pediatric, adolescent to adult and geriatric. Their mission is to provide excellent, accessible health care to the residents of our community, regardless of their ability to pay. Add To Favorites

Families in Crisis Connecticut
Helps at-risk children, offenders and their families learn how to constructively succeed as individuals, as members of a family and as members of our society. They provide specialized services that strengthen families, enhance community safety and promote individual responsibility. Add To Favorites

Fellowship Place
Works to help adults recovering from mental illness to lead more meaningful, fulfilling and healthy lives. Add To Favorites

Gesell Institute of Human Development
Works to educate, guide, and support parents, teachers, and others, in the understanding of child growth and development so that all children may be nurtured, encouraged, and empowered as they grow and learn. Add To Favorites

Gilead Community Services
Provides a broad range of high quality health care and recovery support services in the home and community to improve mental health, physical well being, independence, and community integration for the individuals they serve. Add To Favorites

Harbor Health Services
Provides comprehensive community-based services for adults with serious behavioral health needs who live in their primary service area. Add To Favorites

Haven Free Clinic
Dedicated to improving access to health care for uninsured and underinsured individuals by providing the uninsured of New Haven with free primary care, wellness education and assistance in securing health coverage. Add To Favorites

Home Recovery
A private, nonprofit organization providing innovative programs to support the needs of women with children. It is their mission to promote the independence of women and children confronting homelessness, HIV/AIDS, and behavioral health issues in a supportive environment where their potential can be realized. Add To Favorites

Institute for Neurodegenerative Disorders (IND)
Works to develop improved treatments, diagnostic tools and educational programs for neurologic disorders such as Parkinson disease, Huntington disease and Alzheimer disease through clinical research. Add To Favorites

Jewish Family Services of New Haven
Provides adoption and foster care services to the entire state of Connecticut, and social services throughout the Greater New Haven area. Add To Favorites

Committed to being a center of excellence in providing inpatient rehabilitative and palliative care and creating new community treatment options so that those with AIDS can live as independently as possible. Add To Favorites

Literacy Volunteers of Greater New Haven
A non-profit educational organization that trains and supports volunteer tutors who provide free literacy tutoring for adults who need to improve their reading, writing, and oral communication skills. Add To Favorites

Marrakech Day Services
Provides residential, employment, support, referral, and advocacy services to people with disabilities and people with similar service needs, to assist them in exercising their human rights as citizens and as contributing members of society. Add To Favorites

New Haven Gay and Lesbian Community Center
Advocates equality and justice by educating the community about GLBT issues, and providing a safe and accessible place for all GLBT persons and their allies. Add To Favorites

New Haven Home Recovery
Works to address the housing and support service needs of women with children. NHHR provides services to families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Add To Favorites

New Haven Legal Assistance Association
Works to provide high-quality legal services to individuals, families and groups in the greater New Haven area, including the lower Naugatuck Valley, who are unable to obtain legal services because of limited income, age, disability, discrimination and other barriers. Add To Favorites

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

    Community Services Administration
    The Community Services Administration works to improve the health & social well-being of all New Haven residents. Services encompass Arts, Culture & Tourism, Elderly Services, Social Services, Food Systems & Policy, Project Fresh Start, the Warren Kimbro Re-entry Program, & the Office of Housing & Homelessness Services. Add To Favorites

    Disability Services
    Promotes the coordination of resources for persons with disabilities, responds to the needs of persons with disabilities and monitors and takes appropriate actions to ensure compliance with relevant federal, state and local regulations. Add To Favorites

    New Haven Health Department
    Works to create a healthy environment for its citizenry and to be the peoples' advocate in promoting essential public health endeavors. Add To Favorites

Parents’ Foundation for Transitional Living
A private, nonprofit mental health residential community dedicated to the recovery of adults with serious and persistent mental illness such as schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar disorder, depression and anxiety disorder. Add To Favorites

Planned Parenthood of Connecticut
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

PRIME Psychosis Prodrome Research Clinic
The PRIME Research Clinic is specifically designed for persons, ages 12 to 40, who are experiencing worrisome changes in their thoughts, experiences, and/or feelings, which may indicate risk factors for serious mental illness. At PRIME, people have the opportunity to discuss their concerns and participate in research studies focusing on identifying, monitoring and managing troubling symptoms and at-risk signs of serious mental illness. Add To Favorites

Rushford Center
Dedicated to meeting the substance abuse and mental health needs of children, adults and families. 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

St. Vincent DePaul Mission of Waterbury
Provides food, clothing, shelter and basic human services to poor and homeless individuals regardless of race, creed, national origin, criminal history or recidivism. Add To Favorites

The Farnam Center
The Farnam Center provides a robust and nurturing preschool and aftercare program. Older kids benefit from a range of athletic and enrichment programs, games and activities, as well as a teen leadership program. Add To Favorites

United Way of New Haven
A private sector way to coordinate the many human care challenges facing the New Haven community. United Way regularly researches human needs and assets, suggests strategies for improving results, and then invites others to give their time and money to help meet those goals. Add To Favorites

Wheeler Clinic
A unique provider of behavioral health services for children, adolescents, adults and families that include mental health, substance abuse, special education, early childhood development, prevention, an employee assistance program (EAP) and community education. Add To Favorites

Women and Families Center
Committed to eliminating injustice and to improving the quality of life for women and families through services that foster empowerment and independence. Add To Favorites

Yale Child Study Center
A department at Yale University School of Medicine that brings together multiple disciplines to further the understanding of the problems of children and families. Among the many disciplines are child psychiatry, pediatrics, genetics, neurobiology, epidemiology, psychology, nursing, social work and social policy. Add To Favorites

Yale Division of Women’s Behavioral Health Research
Conducts research and provides clinical consultation services to women experiencing mood-related changes prior to menstruation, during and after pregnancy, and during the menopause transition. Add To Favorites

Yale New Haven Hospital
A 944-bed tertiary referral center which includes the 201-bed Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital and the 76-bed Yale-New Haven Psychiatric Hospital. Add To Favorites

Yale-New Haven Psychiatric Hospital
Provides specialized psychiatric care to adults and adolescents. Psychiatric care for children is provided under the auspices of Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital. Add To Favorites

Youth Continuum
Protects and promotes 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