The Village is grateful for the prompt and flexible support that we have received during this challenging time—support that is fueling our rapid response to address urgent needs brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Backed by this generosity, we’ve been able to swiftly and effectively launch a telehealth platform, provide basic human needs for children and families, and secure PPE and other support for our frontline workers.

A recently awarded multi-year grant of more than $3.6 million from Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCHBC) will enable The Village to provide high-quality services in partnership with Capitol Region Mental Health Center and Connecticut Children’s:

  • Crisis mental health services, including 24-hour mobile crisis teams, emergency crisis intervention services and crisis stabilization
  • Screening, assessment and diagnosis, including risk management
  • Patient-centered treatment planning
  • Outpatient mental health and substance use services
  • Primary care screening and monitoring
  • Targeted case management
  • Psychiatric rehabilitation services
  • Peer support and counselor services and family supports
  • Services for members of the armed forces and veterans
  • Connections with other providers and systems

The leadership, generosity, and timely support of The Hartford Foundation for Public Giving and Travelers will help us provide our services without missing a beat and roll out new ways to reach those who need us.

We are grateful for the Werth Family Foundation, the MacLean Family Fund, the John B. Larson Healthcare Worker Nourishment Fund and the Stanley D. and Hinda N. Fisher Fund at the Hartford Foundation, Cigna, the United Way Neighbors in Need Fund, and the National Council COVID-19 Relief Fund, whose support will also help us in these efforts.

The Village’s commitment to being Connecticut’s premier mental health service provider remains as strong as ever, and we are grateful for the many partners that are stepping up during this time to ensure that our mission can continue despite unprecedented challenges.