5059 2-1-1 Infoline
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5002 American Red Cross - Charter Oak Chapter
209 Farmington Avenue
Pasquale, Chapter Executive Officer
The American Red Cross, led by volunteers, will provide relief to
victims of disasters and help people prevent, prepare for, and
respond to emergencies.
American Red Cross - Middlesex Central Connecticut Chapter
45 Russell Street
Simmons, Executive Director
Serves New Britain, Berlin, Plainville. Transportation for medical
appointments, disaster education, preparation and relief. Emergency
communication to military. Health/Safety training for all ages.
5046 ARC of
Greater Enfield, Inc.
75 Hazard Avenue
McCartney, Executive Director
The Arc of Greater Enfield is a non-profit agency that provides
recreation and leisure activities, advocacy services and a summer
camping program, Camp Shriver, for individuals with developmental
delays and other related disabilities.
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5006 Big Brothers Big Sisters/Nutmeg
30 Laurel Street, 3rd Floor
Ms. Laura Green,
Provides at-risk youth with the opportunity to become caring,
competent and confident individuals by engaging them in the highest
quality one-to-one mentoring relationships with adult volunteers.
Scouts of America, Connecticut Rivers Council
60 Darlin Street
P.O. Box 280098
Mr. Harry L.
Pokorny, Executive Director
The Comprehensive Youth Development Program of Boy Scouts of America
is designed to develop physical and mental fitness, promote
participating citizenship, and build positive character traits in
5012 Boys &
Girls Club of New Britain
150 Washington Street
Czuprinski, Executive Director
The Boys & Girls Club of New Britain is a non-profit youth service
organization offering educational, recreational, preventative and
child care programs.
5011 Boys &
Girls Clubs of Hartford
170 Sigourney St.
Mr. Kenneth R.
A comprehensive youth development organization servicing youth
between the ages of 6 through 18 through character and leadership
development, education and career development, health and life
skills, the arts and sports, fitness and recreation.
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5015 Capitol Region
Conference of Churches
60 Lorraine Street
Hartford, CT 06105
Phone: (860) 236-1295 x16
Fax: (860) 236-8071
Reverend Shelley D.B. Copeland, CEO/Executive Director
CRCC serves as a faith-based catalyst for addressing community
needs. As an intermediary agency, it brings together diverse
partners, to develop programs and services to improve the quality of
life of children and families in greater Hartford.
Catholic Charities & Family Services
22 Masonic Street
New London, CT
CCFS programs include: comprehensive emergency relief and case
management; behavioral health services, including assessment,
evaluation, individual and group counseling; pregnancy, parenting
and mentoring services.
Catholic Charities, Inc., Archdiocese of Hartford
839-841 Asylum Avenue
Ms. Lois Nesci,
Chief of Administrative Services
Catholic Charities services encompass mental health, comprehensive
youth, family strengthening, birthparent and adoption, early
childhood, violence intervention, basic human needs, substance
abuse, employment, elderly services.
City Churches, Inc
40 Pratt Street, Suite 210
Christie, Executive Director
Founded in 1969, Center City Churches is a private, non-profit,
non-sectarian social services agency that serves Hartford residents
in need through three program areas: basic needs, children and
families, and special populations.
Connecticut ARC (CCARC), Inc.
950 Slater Road
Ms. Anne L.
Ruwet, Chief Executive Officer
CCARC provides day, residential and recreational supports to
individuals with mental retardation and other disabilities.
Children's Law Center
30 Arbor Street - South Building
Ms. Justine C.
Rakich-Kelly, Executive Director
Protects the interest of children involved in high conflict divorce
and custody disputes. Provides attorneys for children, mediation
services, and legal help-line for questions about family law.
278 Farmington Avenue
Ms. Sharon L.
Chrysalis Center, Inc. is a private non-profit community-based
rehabilitation agency that provides support services to individuals
who are living with mental illness, substance abuse, HIV/AIDS, and
homelessness, 95% of whom live in poverty.
Community Child Guidance Clinic, Inc.
317 North Main Street
Johnson, Executive Director
The clinic provides outpatient mental health services to children
and families living in our 14 town catchment area.
Community Health Resources
995 Day Hill Road
Ms. Marcy E.
Neff, Chief Operating Officer
Resources is a leading provider of
comprehensive mental health services for children, adults, and
families which offers clinical assessment and treatment, education
and prevention, and support and rehabilitation.
Community Mental Health Affiliates
29 Russell Street
Muradian, Executive Director
CMHA is a not-for-profit, multi-service, community-oriented
behavioral health organization with 501 (c) (3) status. CMHA
provides mental health and addiction treatment for children,
adolescents, men and women.
40 Clifford Street
Pawloski, Executive Director
COMPASS Youth Collaborative's paramount purpose is to raise
expectations of urban youth. In partnerships with schools, parents
and other organizations, COMPASS endeavors to equip middle school
age youth with skills and attitudes necessary for success in school
and in life. COMPASS offers two highly acclaimed programs designed
to guide youth and families towards a promising future.
Connecticut Legal Services
62 Washington Street
Eppler-Epstein, Chief Executive Officer
Connecticut Legal Services, Inc. is a private, not-for-profit law
firm providing free civil legal services to eligible low-income
individuals (adults and children) and families residing in 122 of
Connecticut's 169 towns and cities. Our goal is to help these
individuals and families successfully overcome legal and life
crises, solve legal problems that act as barriers to achieving or
maintaining self-sufficiency, and/or avoid or remedy neglect or
111 Founders Plaza, Suite 200
CTVNA is a full service home health organization, providing services
throughout the full spectrum of life.
814 Asylum Avenue
Herrera, Executive Director
ConnectiKids offers a Tutoring/Mentoring Program and an Arts &
Enrichment Program to West Middle and M.D. Fox Elementary School
students as well as a five-week thematically integrated Summer
Program with academic and recreational components and an Alumni
Program for middle/ high school students offering leadership
development, college & job readiness.
Covenant to Care for Children
120 Mountain Avenue, Suite 212
Ms. Maryann Steele,
Covenant to Care is a statewide non-denominational interfaith agency
providing donated goods and services to abused, neglected and
impoverished children and their families. This is accomplished by
applying the resources of religious community institutions and their
members to meet the needs of children and youth. We accomplish this
through more than $1.2M in donated goods and volunteer time from
1000 volunteers statewide. Our staff are experts in recruiting faith
communities, involving their members and retaining their involvement
and interest in helping children.
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5037 Families In
30 Arbor Street
Hartford, CT 06106
Phone: (860) 236-3593
Fax: (860) 231-8430
Ms. Susan Quinlan, Executive Director
Nationally recognized as a leader in the field of family
corrections, FIC is a private non-profit agency. Since 1977, the
Agency has provided counseling and other support services to
offenders and their families.
39 Grace Street
Ryan, Executive Director
Family Life Education, Inc. works with youth and families through
educational peer support groups, intensive case management and
community outreach in the areas of Family Services, Prevention
Services and Child Abuse Intervention Services.
Services of Central CT Inc
92 Vine Street
Muradian, Executive Director
Psychotherapy to families, individuals and couples; case management
support to: pregnant and parenting adolescents; adults moving from
welfare to work; adolescents moving from foster homes to independent
apartments; parent training classes; adoption.
Farmington Valley ARC, Inc. (FAVARH)
225 Commerce Center Drive
P.O. Box 1099
Morris, Executive Director
Person-centered services provided by the Farmington Valley ARC for
persons having developmental disabilities include employment, day,
residential, respite recreation, transportation, and clinical
Farmington Valley Visiting Nurse Association
8 Old Mill Lane
Ms. Incy S.
Muir, Executive Director
Provides comprehensive home health, certified hospice and community
health/wellness programs to residents of all ages in the Farmington
Valley and vicinity.
450 Woodland Avenue
Ms. Gloria J.
McAdam, President and CEO
The regions only America's Second Harvest food bank, distributing
more then 13 tons of food per day to more than 330 local charitable
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5042 Girl Scouts, Connecticut Trails Council, Inc.
20 Washington Avenue
North Haven, CT 06473-2343
Phone: (203) 239-2922
Fax: (203) 239-7220
Ms. Jeannette Archer-Simons, Executive Director
Provides informal educational programs for girls ages 5-17,
stressing the development of self-confidence, self-reliance,
leadership skills, and service to community.
Scouts, Connecticut Valley Council, Inc.
340 Washington Street
Terrell, Executive Director
Girl Scouts provides cutting edge programs for girls 7-17 years old
that promote leadership, community service, self motivation, sound
values and diversity. We help girls grow strong.
Hartford Association for Retarded Citizens, Inc. (HARC)
900 Asylum Avenue
Becker, President & CEO
HARC is a grassroots organization founded 52 years ago by parents
that provides services and supports to people with mental
retardation and their families. HARC's services begin at birth and
extend throughout the life span.
Hartford Jewish Community Center
335 Bloomfield Avenue
Jacobs, Executive Director
The JCC is a multi-faceted community center with programs for
infants through independent, frail elderly. Services include
socialization groups, fitness/wellness, lifelong learning, physical
and cardiac rehabilitation (Phase 3), fine and performing arts,
summer day camps, early childhood, youth & teens and senior adult
programs. Membership is open to all people.
Hartford Legal Aid
999 Asylum Avenue, 3rd Floor
Mr. Elam Lantz,
Jr., Executive Director
Not-for-profit law office that provides free legal representation
and assistance for civil and family law legal problems to people in
its service areas who are low income, are 60 years of age or older,
or who are HIV+ or who have AIDS.
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5254 Hartford Area Child Care Collaborative
Hartford Square North
10 Columbus Boulevard, 8th Floor
Hartford, CT 06106
Phone: (860) 241-0411
Fax: (860) 524-8346
Ms. Judy Goldfarb, Executive Director
Collaborates to improve the quality of early childhood programs
through community connections; information resources including an
onsite library; consultation; training; leadership forums; and
Hartford Areas Rally Together (HART)
423 Washington Street
Ms. Marilyn E.
Rossetti, Executive Director
HART's mission is to empower residents and organizations of Hartford
to effectively address neighborhood issues.
Hartford Asset Building Collaborative
Taglianetti, Executive Director
Co-Opportunity, Inc. creates housing, workforce development and
community economic development initiatives that empower low-income
people to become community stakeholders. Currently, Co-opportunity
programs include the education, vocational training and leadership
development program YouthBuild Hartford; a variety of housing
education and counseling initiatives aimed primarily at first-time
homebuyers; and the Hartford Asset Building Collaborative, a
coalition of agencies committed to helping low and moderate income
Hartford residents increase their financial literacy and improve
their family’s economic stability through savings and asset
accumulation. Co-opportunity serves as the lead agency and fiscal
agent for HABC.
Hartford Collaborative for Community Organizing (HCCO)
227 Lawrence Street, 2nd Floor
The Hartford Collaborative for Community Organizing (HCCO) is a
grant-making collaborative aimed at supporting the development of a
high quality, citywide system of community organizing in Hartford.
345 Main Street
McLaughlin, Executive Director
The Hartford Dispensary is a behavioral health care organization
that provides mental health and substance abuse services
specializing in treatment for narcotic addicts.
Hartford Neighborhood Centers
38 Lawrence Street
Mrs. Lynn Ford-Loyd,
Serves an important function of caring for the human service needs
of disadvantaged residents of Hartford. HNC also owns and operates
Camp Hi-Hoti in Hebron CT which functions each summer as a camp and
recreational facility for Hartford area youth.
Hartford Neighborhood Development Support Collaborative
227 Lawrence Street 2nd Floor
Ms. Clare Doyle
The Support Collaborative was formed in 1995 as a funder network
comprised of the United Way of the Capital Area, the Hartford
Neighborhood Development Support Collaborative and other area
foundations. Since 1995, the Support Collaborative has invested $5.8
million in the best-producing CDCs in Hartford. These efforts have
yielded the construction of 1,200 units of affordable housing,
retail and commercial space and four community centers in the areas
most in need of these physical assets.
Hispanic Health Council
175 Main Street
Ms. Jeannette B.
DeJesus, Executive Director
The Hispanic Health Council is committed to improving the health and
social well-being of Latinos and other low income populations in
Hartford through culturally appropriate direct service programs.
40 Hale Street
Halstead, Executive Director
Hockanum Industries provides employment, training and retirement
services for individuals with developmental disabilities. Paid
employment is provided in a variety of supervised on-site and
community settings in the greater Vernon & Mansfield areas.
Hockanum Valley Community Council
155 West Main Street
Mr. David A.
Engelson, Executive Director
HVCC is a private non-profit social service agency serving the
Tri-Town Area. We provide elderly and disabled transportation,
elderly outreach services, house an emergency food pantry, and are a
licensed out-patient Mental Health facility.
Farm Learning Centers
113 Simsbury Road
Ms. Mary Kate
Lowndes, Executive Director
Holcomb Farm, a nonprofit learning center set on 320 acres of
beautiful countryside, offers hands-on environmental and arts
programs to the general public, school groups (PK-12), scout groups,
5036 Home &
Community Health Services
101 Phoenix Avenue
P.O. Box 1199
Thompson, Interim Director
Provides skilled professional services and paraprofessional
services. Special programs include Hospice, Maternal Child Health,
Mental Health, Falls Prevention. Dedicated to keeping residents safe
at home at their optimal level of health.
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5323 InterCommunity Mental Health Group, Inc.
281 Main Street
Ms. Kimberly L.
Beauregard, Executive Director
Nonprofit comprehensive community based provider of mental health
and co-occuring disorder services for adults.
Interval House, Inc.
P.O. Box 340207
Ms. Cecile T.
Enrico, Executive Director
Interval House provides free, confidential 24-hour hotlines,
shelter, support groups, safety planning, counseling, advocacy and
court services to battered women and their children. Community
Educators are available to speak to groups.
58 Ministry/Covenant Soup Kitchen
220 Valley Street
Mr. Paul Doyle,
Provide meals six days per week breakfast and lunch and a Friday
evening meal. Emergency Food five days Mon.- Fri 2 to 4 PM.
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5061 Jewish Family Services of Greater Hartford
333 Bloomfield Avenue, Suite A
West Hartford, CT 06117
Phone: (860) 236-1927
Fax: (860) 236-6483
Mrs. Anne M. Danaher, Executive Director
Nonsectarian multi-service agency providing services for people of
all ages, including counseling, care giving for older adults,
adoption, refugee resettlement, community education, support groups
and advocacy for the disabled. New child treatment program started
in fall of 2004 for children up to age 18 and their families.
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5066 Literacy Volunteers of America - Northern Connecticut,
170 Elm Street