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1 Windham County Provider Directory This document has been made possible through the efforts of: Tammy Algar, Juvenile Services Division FWSN Court Liaison, DCF Christine Collins, MDT/CAC Coordinator for Windham County, Day Kimball Healthcare daykimball.org

2 WINDHAM COUNTY PROVIDER DIRECTORY TABLE OF CONTENTS ADOLESCENT SERVICES... 1 ADULT EDUCATION... 3 ALCOHOL / DRUG / SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES... 4 ATTORNEYS... 6 COUNSELING / MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES... 6 COURTS COURT SERVICES CORRECTIONAL CENTERS/DETENTION FACILITIES DAY CARE PROVIDERS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMS EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE ENERGY ASSISTANCE FAMILY RESOURCE CENTERS IN CT FOOD PANTRY / FOOD ASSISTANCE / SOUP KITCHENS HOMECARE SERVICES HOSPITAL AND EMERGENCY NUMBERS HOUSING ASSISTANCE HOUSING AUTHORITIES SECTION 8 (HUD) INFOLINES JOB TRAINING LIBRARIES MEDICAID/TITLE MENTOR PROGRAMS MINISTRIES POLICE AND FIRE NUMBERS PRESCRIPTION AND DRUG ASSISTANCE PROSECUTION...29 RECREATION SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL RESOURCES SENIOR CITIZEN RESOURCES SHELTERS SOCIAL SERVICES: GENERAL SOCIAL SERVICES: DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES SUMMER CAMPS TOWN HALLS TRANSPORTATION YOUTH SERVICES... 54

3 ADOLESCENT SERVICES ACCESS HAWKINS HOUSE GROUP HOME Phone: Contact: Joleane Berard, Director Provides safe and stable living environment for up to nine year old female adolescents referred by Dept. of Children & Families because they require out-of-home care. DCF referral. COMMUNITY CHILD GUIDANCE CLINIC 317 North Main Street Manchester, CT Phone: Contact: Sharon Cutti, LSSW Individuals looking for out patient counseling Provides individual and group counseling COMMUNITY HEALTH RESOURCES See Counseling CROSSROADS Norwich, CT Phone: Sonia Summers, Director Access Agency Residential Supportive Work Education and Training Program for year old females. Community-based clustered-apartment transitional living program assists older adolescents in the process of transitioning to independent living because they ll be leaving the Dept. of Children and Families care. Program focuses on development of independent life skills, and educational and vocational achievement. DCF referral. HARMONY HILL SCHOOL, INC 63 Harmony Hill Road Chepachet RI Contact: Vinnie Ward Assisting boys and adolescents ages 8 years old through High School Providing clinical day treatment program currently serving boys from nine Connecticut school systems. LEA payments accepted Provides residential, extended day program, summer program, school program, clinical program, COSAYIP, fire setter program, behavioral program and adventure based therapy Windham County Provider Directory January

4 MANSFIELD YOUTH SERVICE BUREAU 4 South Eagleville ROAD Mansfield, CT Contact: CISW-Janet Romayko, MA-Pat Michalak, or John Haney, MD Phone: Fax: No Spanish speaking staff PLAINFIELD FAMILY COUNSELING CENTER See Counseling UCONN PSYCHOLOGICAL CLINIC 406 Babbage Road U20 Storrs, CT Provides counseling to individuals and families in Windham County UNITED SERVICES, INC North Main Street Dayville, CT Phone: Fax: Putnam Road Wauregan, CT Phone: Fax: Mansfield Avenue Phone: Fax: Route 6 Columbia, CT Phone: Fax: CLINICAL PROGRAMS AND SERVICES AVAILABLE FOR CHILDREN, ADOLESCENTS, FAMILIES AND ADULTS Addiction Recovery Outpatient Services, Adult Mental Health Outpatient Services, Children and Family Outpatient Services, Explore Program, Family Violence Education Services, Psychiatric Consultation Services Windham County Provider Directory January

5 WINDHAM REGIONAL COMMUNITY COUNSEL 872 Main Street Windham, CT Phone: Provides group work for children ages 6-18 experiencing and outpatient counseling for adolescent and youth ages in the Windham area ADULT EDUCATION EASTCONN COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTER (WINDHAM) 21 Valley Street Phone: Serving: Windham County GED, Spanish GED, English as a second language. Classes from 8 a. m. 8 p.m. Daycare offered to students 9 a.m. -3 p.m.; must register child. Adult must be in class when child is in daycare. No income guidelines EASTCONN NORTHEAST LEARNING CENTER (ADULT BASIC SKILLS, HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVILANCY) 111 Connecticut Mills Avenue Phone: EASTERN CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY 83 Windham Street Phone: EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION CENTER Phone: Statewide referral service of the Connecticut Department of Higher Education QUINEBAUG VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE Danielson Campus 742 Upper Maple Street Phone: Willimantic Campus 729 Main Street Phone: Windham County Provider Directory January

6 ALCOHOL / DRUG / SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES COMMUNITY PREVENTION AND ADDICTION SERVICES, INC. Thomas Murphy Center Intermediate Residential Treatment Program 1491 West Main Street Phone: Fax: Milestone Intensive Residential Treatment Program 391 Pomfret Street Putnam, CT Phone: / Fax: New Life Center Treatment Program 391 Pomfret Street Putnam, CT Phone: / Fax: Specialty program for substance abusing pregnant women and women with children 4 years and younger PATHWAYS 391 Pomfret Street Putnam, CT Phone: Fax: Serves: Adults 18 and over, offers detoxification and methadone clinic. Accepts SAGA, Title 19 and HUSKY Transitions Outpatient Program Contact: John Reed 1491 West Main Street Phone: Commerce Ave. Danielson. CT (860) Serves: Adults- out patient services and Children- Kids in command Accepts SAGA, T-19, HUSKY, sliding scale fee NATCHAUG HOSPITAL CONTACT AT DAY KIMBALL HOSPITAL 320 Pomfret Street Putnam, CT Contact: Jim Murray, Director Phone: / Fax: Partial hospitalization, PHP & IOP program. Accept all insurance and sliding fee scale. No Spanish speaking staff Windham County Provider Directory January

7 PERCEPTIONS PROGRAMS Willimantic Location: 54 North Street Phone: / Danielson Location: 232 Broad Street Phone: Serving adults and adolescents. Provides support and treatment to individuals addicted to alcohol/ drugs including those with mental health problems, offenders and those living with HIV/AIDS. Outpatient Adult and Adolescent Substance Abuse Services IOP, Project One- Eighty, Latino outreach program, drug intervention program, shelter outreach initiative & PATHS to recovery UNITED SERVICES 1007 North Main Street Dayville, CT Phone: Fax: Putnam Road Wauregan, CT Phone: Fax: Mansfield Avenue Phone: Fax: Route 6 Columbia, CT Phone: Fax: CLINICAL PROGRAMS AND SERVICES AVAILABLE FOR CHILDREN, ADOLESCENTS, FAMILIES AND ADULTS Addiction Recovery Outpatient Services, Adult Mental Health Outpatient Services, Children and Family Outpatient Services, Explore Program, Family Violence Education Services, Psychiatric Consultation Services Windham County Provider Directory January

8 WINDHAM RECOVERY COMMUNITY CENTER 713 Rear Main Street Phone: Open to all in recovery, those supporting recovery, and those searching for recovery. Also offers meetings and training ATTORNEYS Call 211 or look in your local phone book CONNECTICUT LEGAL SERVICES, INC. 872 Main Street Attorney Sam Neves Phone: Ext. 108 Family law problems, Housing Law Problems, Benefits Problems, Social Security Benefits, and Consumer law Problems of the Elderly, Special Services for Children at Risk Free Services COUNSELING / MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ACCESS AND VISITATION PROGRAM Access Community Action Agency 1315 Main Street, Suite 2 Phone: Access partners with UCFS to provide supervised visitation of children by a court-referred estranged or non-custodial parent. When mandated, UCFS or Access provides a parental therapeutic reunification component called Transitions in Parenting. BALANCED APPROACH Thompson Medical Center 158 Main Street, Suite 12 Putnam, CT Contact: Joel Perlmutter Phone: / Serves: 18 and older Provides: Outpatient psychotherapy. Accepts most insurance and will accept state insurance with prior authorization. CATHOLIC CHARITY & FAMILY SERVICES 88 Jackson Street Sean Feeney Director Phone: Fax: Serves: Male, Female adults & families Provides: Emergency Services, and basic needs with no fees Windham County Provider Directory January

9 COMMUNITY HEALTH RESOURCES 7 Ledgebrook Drive, Mansfield, CT Central Access & Crisis Triage Center for new appts Care Coordination- provides intensive coordination for children and youth age 0-17 with emotional/behavioral difficulties and complex service needs and their families. Care Coordinators assist the family through a child specific team that develops individual and family focused service plans. The coordinators also provide ongoing consultation with the child specific team to provide linkage, coordination, follow-up and advocacy for the child and family. Call ext 228 for more information Early Childhood Consultation- provides clinical consultation, training, clinical assessment, intervention, and linkage to services for daycare and preschool providers. The program focuses on children age 0-5 who are attending pre-school and who are in need of consultation to identify strengths and barriers to their care and early intervention to address mental health needs. Call ext. 348 for more information. Emergency Mobile Psychiatric Services (EMPS) - provides telephone triage and support as well as emergency mobile assessment in the community, at home or at school. EMPS supports children and families in times of emotional, behavioral and situational stress. EMPS focuses on prevention and early intervention, stabilization, diversion from hospitalization, and when necessary access to hospitalization. Call 211 for services. Functional Family Therapy (FFT) provides in home therapy to children age with a variety of mental health problems once a week. Family must commit to treatment. Targeted for families with limited resources, those who have experienced treatment failure, and who have multiple system involvement. Call ext. 336 for more information. Intensive In-Home Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Service (IICAPS) provides communitybased clinical, case management, and case coordination services for children and adolescents aged birth to 18, with serious emotional disorders. The goals of IICAPS include working with family in their home and community to stabilize and maintain children in their homes, develop strength-based comprehensive assessments and treatment plans, and to improve the child s relationships within his or her school, family, and community. Call ext. 357 for more information. COMMUNITY HEALTH RESOURCES 587 Middle Turnpike E, Manchester, CT Central Access & Crisis Triage Center for new appts Child & Adolescent Outpatient Services- Provides mental health and psychiatric treatment for children age 0-17 who are experiencing behavioral health issues and their families. Treatment includes individual, and family therapy, psychiatric evaluation, and medication management. Windham County Provider Directory January

10 COMPREHENSIVE PSYCHIATRIC CARE 200 W. Towns Street Norwich, CT Phone: Accept most major insurances, NO HUSKY. No Spanish speaking staff DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAM-UNITED SERVICES Dayville Location: 1007 North Main Street PO Box 839 Dayville, CT hour hotline Willimantic Location: 132 Mansfield Ave. 24 hour hotline ESPITTIA, IGOR LCSW 134A Conantville Road Mansfield Center, CT Phone FAX Psychotherapist providing for adults, children& families Bilingual Spanish/English GENERATIONS FAMILY HEALTH CENTER,INC. 322 Main Street (Windham Mills Building, 2 nd floor) (press 0 to make an appointment) Provides: Outpatient therapy, medication evaluation, and medication management to children and adults. Individual, couples, groups, and family therapy offered. Psychological and intelligence testing, as well as psychiatric evaluations. Bi-lingual services available. KALEIDOSCOPE FAMILY SOLUTIONS 10 Waterchase Drive, Suite 1E Rocky Hill, CT Contact: Tina Lorentzen Phone: / Children and adolescent services. Assessment, behavior management, in-home therapy, TSS, SS, parent aide, supervised visitation, reunification therapy, transport, training. Private Pay Windham County Provider Directory January

11 NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE CLINICAL APPLICATION OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE 6-D Ledgrebrook Drive Mansfield Center, CT P.O.Box 523 Mansfield Center, CT Contact: Ruth Buczynski Phone: Fax: Serves: Professionals & staff Provides: Education to professionals about intergraded med NORTHEAST CLINICAL SPECIALISTS NECTSACS 155 Storrs Road, Suite A Mansfield, CT Phone: Fax: Academy Hill Prof Boulevard Plainfield, CT Phone: Fax: Treats all ages. Accepts most insurances NORTHEAST PSYCHOTHERAPY ASSOCIATES, LLC 50 Academy Hill Road, Unit D P.O. Box 44 Plainfield, CT Phone: Fax: Web page Includes: Philip H Brown, MSW LCSW -approved supervisor for NASW Windham County (Board Certified Diplomat NASW and American Board of Examiners Clinical Social Work) Doreen O Muller-Brown, MSW, LCSW Amy Chace, MSW, LCSW June Mathieu, MSW, LCSW Population served: Adults, Teens, Children in the context of Family Therapy Modalities: Individual, Couples, Families Accept most Insurance including: Anthem BC/BS, Charter Oak, DSS through Behavioral Health Partnership, Aetna, Cigna, Value Options, MHN, Magellan, EAP and Public Safety EAP Inc., and others Diagnose and treat the full spectrum of mental health and emotional disorders. PLAINFIELD COUNSELING 50 Academy Hill Road Plainfield, CT Phone: Fax: Windham County Provider Directory January

12 PROFESSIONAL RESOURCE GROUP 207 Storrs Road Mansfield, CT Contacts: Dr. Gary Kanaby, Jaime Krall, Deborah McGeehan PhD, Jon Anger, David Kieln, Gail Ash-Morgan, Carmel Cuyler, Jennifer Fox, Dean Cruss, and Hans Franzen Phone: Fax: Serves: All ages Accepts various insurances, some providers will accept Husky PSYCH ASSOCIATES of NEW ENGLAND, INC. 161 Mashamoquet Road PO Box 191 Pomfret Center, CT Contact: Lisa Oransoff, Ph.D. Phone: Fax: RIGHT TURN PROGRAM (PERCEPTIONS PROGRAMS) 54 North Street PO Box 166 Contact: Kathryne Williams Phone: / Ext. 26 or Fax: / Serves: Adult & Children Provides: Out patient mental health & addiction services. Spanish speaking staff Accepts SAGA, Medicaid, Charter Oak, and Aetna SEXUAL ASSAULT CRISIS CENTER OF EASTERN CT 90 South Park Street P.O. Box 24 Contact: Georgette Katin, Executive Director Phone: / 24 Hour hotline Fax: Serves: Adult and Children Provides: 24 hour hotline both in Spanish and English, Crisis Intervention, Legal and judicial advocacy, referrals, support groups, community prevention/education programs. No fees UCONN/HUMPHREY CENTER 843 Bolton Road Storrs, CT (Located on UCONN Campus) Contact: Doris Laplante Phone: / Couple, families, and individuals counseling. No Insurance, sliding fee scale and contract with DCF Windham County Provider Directory January

13 UNITED COMMUNITY & FAMILY SERVICES (UCFS) 34 East Town Street Norwich, CT Contact: Amela Alien Kinder Phone: Serving families and children. Primary and specialty medical services, outpatient behavioral health services, community based behavioral health services, Dental services, Community Health Services, Employee Assistance Program, Eldercare Services, volunteer services, and comprehensive mental health UCFS Community & family Services 47 Town Street Norwich, CT Bayonet Street, Suite 103 New London, CT Phone: Fax: Serving children and youth. Providing outpatient behavioral health services, family therapy, group therapy, and individual therapy. Case management and Psychiatric services. UCFS Respite Program 77 East Town Street Norwich, CT Phone: Ext. 545 Serving: Children and adolescents. Providing families support with child/youth with behavioral healthcare needs. No fees or insurance needed UNITED SERVICES North Main Street Dayville, CT Phone: Fax: Mansfield Avenue Phone: Fax: Putnam Road Wauregan, CT Phone: Fax: Route 6 Columbia, CT Phone: Fax: United Services: BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE PROGRAMS AND SERVICES AVAILABLE FOR CHILDREN, ADOLESCENTS, FAMILIES AND ADULTS Windham County Provider Directory January

14 Clinical Division Addiction Recovery Outpatient Services Adult Mental Health Outpatient Services, Children and Family Outpatient Services, Family Violence Education Services, Psychiatric Consultation Services Emergency and Crisis Services Continuing Support Division Case Management Services, Residential and Community Support Services, Social Rehabilitation Services, Vocational Rehabilitation Services, Young Adult Services Prevention & Early Intervention Division Domestic Violence Program Transitional Living Services, Family School Connection Program, Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group, Intensive Family Preservation, Parent Aide/Parent Education & Assessment Services (PEAS), School to Employment Program, Wayside Adolescents in Crisis Program, Youth Service Bureau Services to Business & Industry: Employee Assistance Program, Trainings & Workshops Social Security Ticket to Work WATERFORD COUNTRY SCHOOL 78 Huntsbrook Road P.O. Box 408 Quaker Hill, CT Star Shelter: Matt Menghi Safe House: Bob Paolino Group Homes: Andy Staunton, Residential: Anna Kemper School Contact: Sharon Butcher Exp Ed: Rick McPherson Phone: / Serves: Children from birth-18. Safe Home, Star shelter, residential, LZ GH, Day School as arranged. Accepts: Husky Insurance FOSTER CARE SERVICES see Social Services Windham County Provider Directory January

15 COURTS FAMILY RELATIONS Danielson Location: 24 School Street Phone: Putnam Location: 265 Kennedy Drive Putnam, CT Phone: Fax: Willimantic Location: 108 Valley Street Phone: Fax: NORTHEAST REGIONAL CHILDREN'S PROBATE COURT 90 South Park Street Contact: Erica Diamond, LMFT, Probate Court Officer Phone: Ext.106 Fax: Judge will preside over cases concerning child custody, and guardianship cases, termination of parental rights, removal of children from homes of unfit parents, paternity claims, adoptions, and minor-emancipation. Social work staff assigned to the court will assess the child s and/or family s needs and assist them with accessing social/community services SCJM-WILLIMANTIC 81 Columbia Avenue Probation Supervisor: Geoffrey Gagnon Phone: Fax: Serves: All of Windham County Contact: Chief Clerk, Carmen Bermudez Phone: Ext SUPERIOR COURT PUTNAM 155 Church Street PO Box 191 Putnam, CT Phone: Fax: Windham County Provider Directory January

16 COURT SERVICES ADULT PROBATION Danielson Location: 134 Main Street Danielson, CT Phone: Willimantic Location: 1320 Main St. Tyler Square Phone: AIC Danielson Location: 765 North Street Phone: Fax: Willimantic Location: 1475 West Main Street Phone: Fax: Serves: Ages Provides: Spanish speaking staff, support for families and friends of individuals with severe and prolonged psychiatric disabilities, education, employment services, urine analysis and case management. Advocacy, recovery and reasoning. No fee CORRECTIONAL CENTERS/DENTION FACILITIES BROOKLYN CT 59 Hartford Road Brooklyn, CT Phone: Fax: INMATE INQUIRIES Call 211 or look in your local phone book DAY CARE PROVIDERS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMS UNITED SERVICES Dayville 24 hour hotline Willimantic 24 hour hotline Windham County Provider Directory January

17 EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE ACCESS COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY COMMUNITY SERVICES Danielson Location: 231 Broad Street Phone: Willimantic Location: 1315 Main Street, Suite 2 Phone: Assists individuals who work in low-wage jobs or are unemployed due to significant employment barriers. Participants acquire job-readiness skills they can use to find and retain employment that will move them and their families toward economic stability. CT WORKS-EMPLOYMENT SERVICES-DANIELSON 95 Westcott Road Phone: CT WORKS-EMPLOYMENT SERVICES-WILLIMANTIC 1320 Main Street-Tyler Square Phone: DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 200 Folly brook Boulevard Wethersfield, CT Phone: UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION CLAIMS-DANIELSON 95 Wescott Road Phone: Windham County Provider Directory January

18 UNITED SERVICES VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION PROGRAM Offices in Dayville, Willimantic, Wauregan and Columbia The Vocational Services component helps adults recovering from severe and prolonged psychiatric illness deal with the following social/personal adjustment problems: Lack of successful employment experiences because of psychiatric disabilities and/or hospitalization Lack of basic vocational skills and work habits needed to accomplish career goals because of the effects of psychiatric disability or vocational development. The staff of Career Options works in partnership with local employers to help them find the employees they need. Staff work with clients to improve not only the vocational skills necessary for employment but also the social skills necessary for them to interview well and land and keep a job. Eligibility: Meets eligibility criteria of severe and prolonged mental illness as defined by the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. Funding is provided by the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. UNITED SERVICES TICKET TO WORK Program Offices in Dayville, Willimantic, Wauregan and Columbia Several million disabled and blind Americans receive monthly Social Security or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments. Some receive both. Many also have help from Medicare or Medicaid in paying medical bills. The impact of these programs in meeting people s needs is significant. However, many people with disabilities want to work. To help them, Social Security has a variety of work incentives, including the Ticket to Work Program. Some of the work incentives include keeping your cash benefits and medical coverage while you transition to the work place. And, if you find that you cannot work, it is easy to start your payments again. Windham County Provider Directory January

19 ENERGY ASSISTANCE ACCESS FUEL ASSISTANCE AND WINTERIZATION Danielson Location: 231 Broad Street Phone: Fax: Income Guidelines Willimantic Location: 1315 Main Street Phone: Fax: WEATHERIZATION / ENERGY CONSERVATION Access Community Action Agency Weatherization Office 1315 Main Street, Suite 2 Phone: Ext Free energy conservation services to make homes more energy efficient to help low-income families. Services include energy audits, installation of new attic and sidewall insulation and windows, heating repairs, new heating systems and caulking and weather-stripping of doors and windows. NORTHEAST UTILITIES PO Box 270 Hartford, CT Phone: OPERATION FUEL UNITED METHODIST FUEL BANK Phone: Provides: Energy assistance program for people who need emergency help with energy bills and are not eligible for federal assistance STATE OF CT ENERGY HOTLINE Phone: YANKEE GAS-Fuel Assistance Phone: Windham County Provider Directory January

20 FAMILY RESOURCE CENTERS IN CT Serving all of Connecticut. Phone: 211 Provides: Assistance in locating programs and services in your area Also see: Individual town listings FOOD PANTRY / FOOD ASSISTANCE / SOUP KITCHENS ACCESS: See Social Services Page 37 CANTERBURY CARES FOOD PANTRY PO Box 160 Canterbury, CT Phone: COMMUNITY KITCHENS OF NORTHEAST CT PO Box COVENANT SOUP KITCHEN 220 Valley Street Phone: or Provides: Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and emergency pantry DAILY BREAD SOUP KITCHEN-PUTNAM Phone: Pick up times are: Mondays and Fridays; 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. and Wednesday evenings; 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. You must call in advance DAY KIMBALL WIC PROGRAM Contact info: Locations Putnam, Killingly, Plainfield, Thompson Please call for an appointment Provides: assistance to low income women/parents and their children up to five years of age to ensure proper nutrition through education and foods, such as formula, eggs, milk, juice, cereals, cheese, dried deans, peanut butter, fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. Windham County Provider Directory January

21 DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES-FOOD STAMP PROGRAM 25 Sigourney Street Hartford, CT Phone: Provides: Information on eligibility for clients to receive food stamps END HUNGER CONNECTICUT (EHC!) 102 Hungerford Street Hartford, CT Phone: Contact: Carl Asikainen Phone: ; Cell: Provides: Food Stamps and outreach services FOOD PROGRAM-DANIELSON Phone: FOODSTAMP APPLICATION Department of Social Services Phone: FRIENDS OF ASSISSI FOOD PANTRY 77 A Water Street Phone: Serving: Killingly area including Ballouville, Brooklyn, Danielson, Dayville, and Rogers PROJECT NORTHEAST FOOD PANTRY/SUPPORT-PUTNAM 81 Church Street Putnam, CT Phone: PROJECT PIN FOOD PANTRY-PLAINFIELD ST. PAUL S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 27 Babcock Avenue Plainfield, CT Phone: Windham County Provider Directory January

22 PUTNAM SERVE-FOOD FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE SENIOR HOT LUNCH PROGRAM/MEALS ON WHEELS Sponsored by TVCCA Elderly Nutrition Program Phone: / SNAP (SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM) Phone: Federal Food Stamp Program HOMECARE SERVICES DAY KIMBALL HOMECARE 320 Pomfret Street Putnam, CT Phone: / Provides: Visiting nurses, physical, occupational, speech therapy, and IV therapy. Medical social work, home health aides, bath services, hospice program, and health promotion. DAY KIMBALL HOMEMAKERS 320 Pomfret Street Putnam, CT Phone: / Provides: Homemakers, house cleaning, companionship, traveling companions, and respite services. HOSPITAL AND EMERGENCY NUMBERS MEDICAL EMERGENCY 911 POISON CONTROL COMMUNITY HEALTH RESOURCES 7 Ledgebrook Drive, Mansfield, CT Call 211 for all behavioral health crisis intervention Emergency Mobile Psychiatric Services (EMPS) - provides telephone triage and support as well as emergency mobile assessment in the community, at home or at school. EMPS supports children and families in times of emotional, behavioral and situational stress. EMPS focuses on prevention and early intervention, stabilization, diversion from hospitalization, and when necessary access to hospitalization DAY KIMBALL HEALTHCARE 320 Pomfret Street Putnam, CT Phone: Windham County Provider Directory January

23 DAY KIMBALL HEALTHCARE PEDIATRIC CENTER 320 Pomfret Street Putnam, CT Phone: Fax: DAY KIMBALL HOSPITAL HEALTHY START Phone: Ext DAY KIMBALL HOSPITAL NURTURING FAMILIES Phone: Ext Committed to the health and wellness of children and encourage parents to partner with their children s pediatrician on an ongoing basis to ensure the best possible start in life. DAY KIMBALL PLAINFIELD HEALTH CENTER 31 Dow Road, Suite 3 Plainfield, CT Phone: Provides: Pediatricians for infants, child, and adolescent care, adult primary care, cardiac rehabilitation, diagnostic imaging DAY KIMBALL THOMPSON HEALTH CENTER 415 Riverside Drive North Grosvenordale, CT Phone: DAY KIMBALL HEALTHCARE: WENDY S PLACE CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER Wendy s Place is a multidisciplinary partnership of professionals established for the investigation of allegations of child abuse, and to insure the coordination of services for children and their families. Wendy s Place strives to reduce the trauma of the investigation process by offering a safe, child-friendly environment where videotaped interviews of children are conducted. The interviews are conducted by specially trained DCF investigators and law enforcement personnel, using a culturally sensitive model. An advocate is available to provide information and support to the non-offending parents or guardians while the interview is taking place. Wendy s Place is an Associate Member of the National Children s Alliance. For more information contact: Christine Collins, MDT/CAC Coordinator Phone: PLAINFIELD WALK-IN CENTER 558 Norwich Road Route 12 Plainfield, CT Phone: Provides: Urgent care Windham County Provider Directory January

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