Bristol Adult Resource Center
A private, non-profit, CARF accredited, United Way organization. It is made up of parents, educators, professionals in the field, and volunteers who are dedicated to providing services to and improving the quality of life for people with disabilities in the greater Bristol Area. Add To Favorites

Bristol Boys & Girls Club and Family Center
Seeks to inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. Add To Favorites

Bristol Hospital
Committed to providing the best patient experience in the region. Their 134-bed, full-service health care institution provides comprehensive inpatient and outpatient care for the greater Bristol, Connecticut area. Add To Favorites

Bristol Hospital Wellness Center
A partnership between Bristol Hospital and Healthtrax Fitness. The Wellness Center features a blend of prevention and treatment services. Their mission is to serve as the community resource for health improvement, combining traditional medical care with prevention, rehabilitation, fitness, education and wellness services. Add To Favorites

Bristol Housing
Seeks provide safe, decent and affordable housing for persons of low and moderate income for the Bristol region. Add To Favorites

Bristol/Burlington Health District
Information on the various public health services, programs and activities that we provide in our communities. These include school and oral health care, food and water protection, disease prevention and health promotion, safe housing interventions, and emergency preparedness. Add To Favorites

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

    Community Services
    The Community Services Department develops and maintains a coordinated system of social services. Staff provides advocacy, information and referral, guidance, short-term case management, and support services to adults, elderly, and disabled residents in need. Add To Favorites

CW Resources
A multifaceted, accredited organization empowering persons with disabilities and the economically disadvantaged through employment. Add To Favorites

Greater Bristol Mothers of Multiples
Formed in 1982 as a support group where MoMs could get together and discuss the various issues with raising twins and higher order multiples. Add To Favorites

Living in Safe Alternatives
A private, non-profit organization that has served the needs of abused, abandoned adjudicated and neglected youth for 38 years. Add To Favorites

Prudence Crandall Center
Offers comprehensive services to victims of domestic violence. Add To Favorites

St. Philip House
Seeks to provide access to safe and affordable housing, increase community awareness through education, render support services to people living with HIV/AIDS and their loved ones and encourage empowerment. Add To Favorites

St. Vincent DePaul Mission of Bristol
Works to promote effective community responses to the housing and emergency shelter needs of low and middle income groups in the City of Bristol. This is accomplished through social planning, advocacy, negotiations, and action involving those bodies capable of addressing housing and emergency shelter needs and those groups or individuals in need of housing and emergency shelter. Add To Favorites

Substance Abuse Action Council of Central Connecticut
Works to assess the needs of the region, establish and implement an action plan to develop and coordinate services in the field of substance abuse, and advocate for the resources needed to accomplish such plans. The services, described as a continuum of care, include community awareness, prevention and education, intervention, treatment and aftercare. The goal is to eliminate substance abuse in central Connecticut. Add To Favorites

Support for Social Anxiety
Offers free support groups for social anxiety disorder, also known as social phobia. Meets 2-3 times per month in Bristol, Southington and Plainville. Add To Favorites

United Way of West Central Connecticut
In order to build a stronger, healthier, more compassionate community, charitable giving must be combined with the collaboration of our human strengths and resources… that’s the United Way. 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