CHR – Community Health Resources
Social Services and Health & Wellness, Windham/Willimantic, Danielson, Putnam, Norwich and Mansfield/Storrs
(Administrative Offices) 995 Day Hill Rd, Windsor, Connecticut 06095, USA
CHR is the most comprehensive, non-profit behavioral healthcare provider in Connecticut, offering a wide range of personalized services for children, families and adults whose lives have been touched by mental illness, addiction or trauma. Our mission is to help adults, children and families find Real Hope for the challenges of Real Life through an array of community- based mental health, substance use, child welfare, supportive housing, foster care, prevention and wellness services, and integrated care. Our name embodies our commitment to community-based care, instilling hope for a healthy, happy and productive future, and utilizing all available resources to achieve change. CHR is proud to provide services that achieve Real Quality with Real Results.
CHR Services Offered In Norwich:
Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment (A-CRA)
Community Support for Families
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