- Mental Health
- Domestic Violence
- Center for Autism
- Family Services
- Senior Services
- Business & Community
Comprehensive and caring mental health services for all ages, including 24/7 emergency services, individual and group counseling, psychiatric care and supportive services.
Our comprehensive Addiction Recovery Program promotes physical, social, emotional and spiritual recovery from the effects of various types of addictions and substance abuse.
Domestic Violence Program
Our Domestic Violence Program offers 24/7 confidential hotlines, shelter and support for victims of domestic violence, as well as prevention initiatives for youth and the community.
Center for Autism
We provide the highest quality of care for individuals of all ages with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) as well as support and training for family members and community providers.
Programs and services to support the development of strong, healthy and happy families and children.
Programs to help seniors maintain their independence, remain in their own homes, and remain safe and cared for while living life to the fullest.
Business & Community Services
Employee Assistance Program, Mental Health First Aid training, Youth Service Bureau and other programs designed to strengthen our communities.
United Services, Inc. held its annual Legislative Dinner on Thursday, January 26th to provide area members of the General Assembly with an overview of the growing need for behavioral health and wellness programs throughout […]
Putnam Ford staff and President Rick Place helped to spread holiday cheer to local families Thursday, December 15 at their 19th annual “Christmas is for Kids” party.
The party, hosted at the dealership, was attended […]
Local agency announces new board and recognizes community partners and long-serving staff helping to create healthy communities in northeastern Connecticut
Dayville, CT – United Services, Inc., Connecticut’s largest private, nonprofit behavioral health center celebrated its […]
Addresses the Common Question: “Why Doesn’t She Just Leave”
Windham County, CT – October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, an issue that remains prevalent in Northeast Connecticut communities; yet is often ignored and many times […]