It has never been easier to contact state and federal officials to educate them about mental health issues. By contacting your legislators and sharing your stories, experiences, and concerns, you can help MHC positively influence policies and laws impacting mental health services in our communities.
For legislator contact information, government agencies and search capabilities for legislation information, click here.
For information specific to the Connecticut State Legislature and legislation impacting the state, click here.
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Since 1908, MHC has been a leader in advocating for improved, expanded and accessible mental health services. Community-based services have proven to be effective in helping people with mental health conditions achieve recovery and live successfully in the community.
Mental Health Connecticut (MHC) helps thousands of individuals put hope into action. We believe long-term wellness and recovery is achievable for everyone. We help individuals obtain a safe home, activate whole health living, find fulfillment and purpose, and become an active member of the community.
Mental Health Connecticut is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Take a look at our current job opening and see if there is a position for you!