Month: July 2015

MHC Staff Member Seeks to Impact Deaf Community

Everyday, Mental Health Connecticut staff works to positively impact the lives of people throughout the state. Whether through advocacy efforts, educational opportunities, direct services, or the information and referral line, staff works to improve mental health for all. Staff members like Timothy Blonsky work to positively impact the lives of people in and outside of… Read more »

MHC Recognizes Longevity of Staff

At the recent all-staff meeting, Mental Health Connecticut (MHC) President and CEO Luis Perez recognized staff who has been with the organization for 5, 10, 15, 20, and 25 years. These milestones are significant to the organization. They underscore the commitment of staff to the Agency, the continuity of services for the people served, and… Read more »

MHC Promotes Purpose Through Employment

Mental Health Connecticut (MHC) supports hope and achievement for people with mental health conditions through access to services and supports that promote the four pillars of recovery: (1) home, (2) health, (3) purpose, and (4) community. Helping someone find purpose can be difficult to achieve. For instance, what is the purpose for which you get… Read more »