I Love What I Do

Our team at MHC is about support and encouragement, in everything we do. That means being there for each other just as much as we’re there for the individuals within our community. Made up of strong, humble, and persevering group members, the team at MHC will tell you, “this is just what we do.” Traditionally,… Read more »

Environments Where People Can Thrive

Living with a mental health condition can be a lot of things at once, including isolating and debilitating. That’s why an individual’s journey to long-term health and wellness needs support. At MHC, we meet people where they’re at and we move at their pace. We start with the condition of being human as our foundation… Read more »

When the Stories Echo in Your Own Family Tree…

Contributed by: Jacquilyn Davis, MHC’s Marketing and Development Coordinator and ESJA Advisory Committee Creator & Facilitator On June 8th, 2020 Mental Health Connecticut (MHC) published The Condition of Being Human, a blog post and official statement from MHC. The statement in its entirety is a reflection of the frustration and pain that many of us… Read more »

What Brings Family Together? Food!

Contributed by Trista Genova, MHC’s Member Services Manager When COVID hit we were told on a Thursday that we were looking at closing the Independence Center (IC), MHC’s Recovery Resource Center. By the following Monday we were closed. The IC, located in downtown Waterbury is a safe environment for individuals with mental health conditions to… Read more »