Month: May 2016

One Step at a Time: How One Young Adult is Increasing Mental Health Awareness in Berlin, CT

By: Jacquilyn Davis, Executive Assistant, Mental Health Connecticut Meet Rachel Prior – Residential Support Assistant at HARC and fifth semester student at Goodwin College. Rachel is currently pursuing her Bachelors in Human Services and has a career goal of becoming a Psychologist. She began 2016 by seeking volunteer opportunities with organizations that aligned with her… Read more »

Teddy Lived His Life “the Way He Wanted Things to Be”

By: Deborah Holcomb – Social/Recreational Coordinator, Independence Center, Mental Health Connecticut There are so many success stories, but there’s one person when I think about recovery and success, and that’s Teddy. He passed away a few years ago, but he lived a pretty good life while he was a member at the Independence Center (Mental… Read more »