2023 Annual Report

Throughout our journey at MHC, we have been privileged to witness the remarkable transformations that unfold when individuals embrace their creative potential. The stories within our Annual Report highlight the powerful role that creativity plays in the journey toward mental health and overall wellbeing.

Your continued support has played a crucial role in making these positive changes possible, and we are eager to share the impact of our collective efforts. Together, we can continue to promote health and wellbeing in CT. We invite you to delve into the pages of our Annual Report to explore these uplifting stories of transformation.


As we share these stories, we invite you to help us reach our goal of raising $10,000 before the end of the year.

At Mental Health Connecticut, we partner with individuals, families, and communities to create environments that support long-term health and wellness. We reach individuals from under-resourced communities and act as a safety for countless.

This giving season, support Mental Health Connecticut in our efforts to achieve community-wide wellbeing through free, accessible mental health services.

Support the campaign on social media, find us using the links below!

How Giving Back Makes a Difference

Mental health is a basic human right, and yet so many individuals right here, in Connecticut, do not have access to the care or resources that they need. In Connecticut, there are 531,000 adults that have a mental health condition. Nearly a quarter of individuals in the U.S. who seek care report that they cannot get treatment. Barriers to access to care include lack of awareness, social stigma, high cost (lack of insurance or low socio-economic status), and limited options.

Daily, we serve 1,000+ individuals and focus on:

  • Providing life-changing, high-quality services for individuals experiencing mental health conditions
  • Conducting homeless outreach, diversion, and rapid re-housing
  • Offering free public wellbeing workshops and events
  • Advocating for mental health services and encouraging communities to do the same