Month: March 2020

Long Distance Listening

Contributed by MHC StoryKeeper, Jackie Davis While we are all adjusting to a much different day-to-day routine, we at MHC are here for our community to ensure we all get through this #alonetogether. Our community of StoryKeepers is needed, now more than ever. Our ability to Be there for other, Listen without judgement, and Protect… Read more »

Could Mold Be Affecting Your Mental Health?

Contributed by: Jane Sandwood Mental health issues are now the leading cause of hospitalization in Connecticut for children, teens, and young adults, making it a major problem. Mental illness is often a result of daily stress, life experiences and chemical imbalances, but science has uncovered another cause: mold toxicity. Mold toxicity can cause both physical and mental health… Read more »

Letter from Our President & CEO

Dear Friend and Supporter, Mental Health Connecticut (MHC) places the safety, health, and wellbeing of the communities we serve first. This includes our 200+ dedicated staff who continue to work with our nearly 1,000 program participants statewide, each and every day. While adjustments continue to be made in order to comply with the recommendations and… Read more »