Beth Israel of Westport/Norwalk - Circle of Friends
The Circle of Friends provides a wide array of innovative programming promoting a greater awareness and undrstanding of both the unique needs and the unique gifts of individuals with special needs and encourages respect and empathy for those facing difficult challenges. Add To Favorites

Child Guidance Center of Mid-Fairfield County
Offers a full-range of prevention, evaluation, and treatment services to address virtually every facet of a child’s psychological, behavioral, and emotional health. Add To Favorites

Connecticut Counseling Centers
A comprehensive behavioral healthcare organization providing all levels of outpatient substance abuse and mental health services to 2,450 patients in 13 programs. Add To Favorites

Courage to Speak Foundation
Works to save lives by empowering youth to be drug free and encouraging parents to communicate effectively with their children about the dangers of drugs. Add To Favorites

Domestic Violence Crisis Center
Through counseling, advocacy, safe housing, education and public awareness, DVCC hopes to prevent and break the cycle of violence that plagues so many individuals and families. Add To Favorites

Family and Children's Agency
A non-profit family serving agency that has strengthened the communities of Fairfield County, Connecticut since 1942 by connecting individuals and families in crisis or at transitional moments of their lives with skilled professionals in counseling, mental health and substance abuse services, senior services, family support, youth development, homeless services, and adoption programs. Add To Favorites

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

George Washington Carver Community Center
Works to provide educational, cultural, social, and recreational opportunities and programs for members and participants. 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

Keystone House
Works to increase the ability of persons with disabilities to adjust to and remain in the community environments of their choice with personal success and satisfaction with as much independence as individually possible. Add To Favorites

Mid-Fairfield AIDS Project
Committed to providing quality services in it's efforts to bring much needed care, information, and assistance to those living with, and affected by, HIV/AIDS. Add To Favorites

Norwalk Community Health Center
A private, non-profit agency providing primary health care and social services. Its quality health care services are available to all, and particularly to those who cannot gain access to such services elsewhere. Add To Favorites

Norwalk Department of Health
Works to prevent disease, assure a healthy environment, and promote the highest quality of life within the changing community. Add To Favorites

Norwalk Hospital
A community teaching hospital that is committed to providing personalized, compassionate healthcare services of exceptional and consistent quality to the residents of Fairfield County. Add To Favorites

Norwalk Senior Center
Provides programs and services for older adults in the mid-Fairfield County area. The Senior Center works collaboratively with other organizations and service providers to enrich and improve the quality of life for mature individuals and their communities. Add To Favorites

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

Southwest Regional Mental Health Board
Works 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

St. Vincent's Special Needs Services
Works to foster the physical, educational, spiritual, emotional and social development of persons with disabilities so they may play, learn, work and live in the community. Add To Favorites

Beginning at birth, children with special needs receive early intervention services. At age three, they are transitioned into their local school districts and home school. However, STAR continues to provide family and sibling support, after-school activities and help by sponsoring and locating camp programs. Add To Favorites

Triangle Community Center
Provides services to help strengthen the lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender community's sense of identity, pride and visibility, as well as to work with the greater Fairfield County community to foster understanding and awareness of LGBT issues. Add To Favorites