United Services is one of the most comprehensive behavioral health centers in Connecticut, with over 30 different programs under one integrated and caring administration.  Our mission in all services is to create healthy communities by providing an effective response to the youth, family, and adult social and behavioral health needs in the communities we serve.

pg-header_mental-adultMental Health

Comprehensive mental health care for children, young adults and adults, as well as 24/7 emergency assistance for those in crisis.
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pg-header_addictionAddiction Recovery

Physical, emotional, social and spiritual healing from addictions including alcohol, drugs, gambling and codependency.
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pg-header_domestic-violence-programDomestic Violence Program

Assistance for all victims of domestic abuse, including  a 24 / 7 hotline, emergency shelter, advocacy and supportive services.
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pg-header_family-servicesFamily Services

A wide variety of programs that work to support the creation of strong. healthy families.
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pg-header_center-for-autismCenter for Autism

Comprehensive clinical care  and support for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders and their families.
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pg-header_senior-servicesSenior Services

Programs to help senior citizens maintain their independence and face the challenges of growing older safely and with dignity.
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pg-header_business-community-servicesBusiness & Community Services

Employee Assistance Program for businesses, Mental Health First Aid training for community members, and the local Youth Service Bureau.
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United Services now offers a program in collaboration with the Connecticut Council of Family Service Agencies in which we are able to provide clinical counseling for vulnerable, at-risk individuals/families with personal, family, situational, or occupational problems in order to bring about a positive resolution of the problem or improve individual or family functioning or circumstances.  The goal of the program is to reduce barriers to healthy marital, parenting, and family relationships and to improve overall behavioral health.  Through this program we offer individual and family therapy to clients, including Spanish speaking clients. The target population for this program is the vulnerable at-risk population (adults, children, or families up to age 65) in Connecticut, living at 150% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) who are uninsured and documented. For more information, contact Sandy Long at 860-774-2020.