Month: March 2021

Celebrating Our Founder: Happy Birthday Clifford Beers!

Today, we say a special “Happy Birthday,” to our founder, Clifford W. Beers as we celebrate World Bipolar Day. Born March 30, 1876, Beers would be 144 years old today. In the early 1900s, Clifford Beers, a recent graduate of Yale College, suffered his first episode of what would likely be known today as Bipolar Disorder…. Read more »

Statement In Response To The Atlanta Shootings

In the wake of the recent shootings that took the lives of 8 individuals in Atlanta, GA – six of which were Asian American women – in addition to the increasing violence and hate crimes committed against the AAPI community, Mental Health Connecticut condemns these acts and stands with the Asian American Pacific Islander community…. Read more »

Mental Health Connecticut Awarded Highest Rank, Platinum, for Mental Health America’s Bell Seal for Workplace Mental Health

Contributed by: Suzi Craig, MHC’s Chief Strategy Officer March 23, 2021. West Hartford, CT – Mental Health Connecticut (MHC) has been awarded a Platinum level rating, the highest offered, for Mental Health America’s Bell Seal for Workplace Mental Health. The Bell Seal is a first-of-its-kind workplace mental health certification that recognizes employers who strive to… Read more »