At The Village for Families & Children, Gov. Ned Lamont and a handful of his agency commissioners highlighted the expected impact of more than $100 million in recently passed funding aimed at increasing behavioral health services for Connecticut children.
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More than $36.8 million returned to taxpayers through the VITA campaign
This Mother’s Day, Hartford Moms in Need To See Expansion of Mental Health and Parenting Support Services
Just in time for Mother’s Day, The Village for Families & Children has expanded services to help empower local mothers, filling a gap in support as families face an increase in mental health challenges compounded by COVID-19.
Hartford residents were able to safely dispose around 70 pounds of unwanted and unused medications.
The Village for Families & Children, WNBA stars partner to bring sports to after-school program
Children ages 3 to 17 can receive free counseling through a unique partnership with KIDSAFE-CT, an affiliate of The Village for Families & Children. The town has already established a social worker position using ARPA funds to counsel adult Town residents through the Hockanum Valley Community Council.
Village’s Family Navigators to Assist Families in Cradle to Career Initiative To Improve Academic Success for North Hartford Promise Zone Students
The Village for Families & Children is joining forces with community leaders, local care providers, city officials and community-based organizations in a new initiative to provide Hartford children and their families with the supports they need to reach their full potential.
The Village for Families & Children recently teamed up with Drs. Monica Cipes and Elizabeth Chisholm, a mother-daughter team of pediatric dentists at Cipes Pediatric Dentistry of West Hartford, to provide dental health care to preschoolers at The Village’s Early Childhood Learning Center (ECLC) in Asylum Hill.
At Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School in Hartford, seventh-grade students are working to live up to every bit of the school’s name through a new program initiative. And it all started with the question, “What would you like to change?”