New London

Alliance for Living
Dedicated to improving the quality of life for people affected by HIV/AIDS in New London County. Alliance accomplishes its mission through direct services that support the life needs of people affected by HIV/AIDS. Alliance is dedicated to education, prevention services and advocacy on behalf of those it serves. Add To Favorites

Supports recovery for adults who have psychiatric disorders. The Second Step Players theater troupe provides creative opportunities in theater, music, dance and art. Add To Favorites

Backus Hospital
A 213-bed, not-for-profit, acute care community Hospital is the primary source of health services for nearly a quarter-million people. Since its founding in 1893, Backus Hospital has continually expanded, providing new programs and services and forming strategic alliances with other healthcare organizations and providers. Add To Favorites

Covenent Shelter
Provides temporary housing, three meals a day, case management and other support services to homeless individuals and single-parent families. Add To Favorites

Lawrence and Memorial Hospital
A not-for-profit, general, acute care, private hospital that has been serving this region since 1912. They are licensed for 280 beds and provide patient care to medical, surgical, pediatric, rehab, psychiatric, and obstetrical patients. Add To Favorites

Literacy Volunteers of Eastern Connecticut
Works to help people communicate in English and thrive in American culture, as consumers and as workers. Add To Favorites

New London Youth Affairs
New London Youth Affairs is a Youth Service Bureau which promotes positive outcomes for children, youth, and families by supporting a wide range of comprehensive services and collaborations. Add To Favorites

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

Opportunities Industrialization Center of New London County
Serves the community with job training, skill building and certificate programs. OIC is a non-profit organization that enables individuals to develop previously untapped talents, advance into new career paths, and otherwise improve their lives. Add To Favorites

Sexual Assault Crisis Center of Eastern Connecticut
A private, non-profit agency offering free and confidential services to victims of sexual assault, sexual abuse and incest. Add To Favorites

Sound Community Services
Seeks to deliver seamless, diversified mental health services, such as case management, clinical services, employment, housing, and social services to its consumers and community. Add To Favorites

Southeastern Regional Action Council
One of 14 Regional Action Councils (RACS) created by the Connecticut Legislature in 1989 to help communities address the problems of substance abuse and addiction on a local level. Add To Favorites

Thames Valley Council for Community Action
A private, non-profit corporation that has been providing social services to the region's economically and otherwise disadvantaged citizens of New London County for over 40 years. Add To Favorites

United Community & Family Services
The premier community based organization providing health and human services to individuals and families in Eastern Connecticut. Add To Favorites

Women's Center of Sotheast Connecticut
Strives for a violence-free society by providing services to those affected by sexual assault and domestic violence. They implement our mission through community education, prevention programs, influencing public policy, and providing services to victims. Add To Favorites