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1 Connecticut Directory March 2015 By and Gender (TAG) Practice Improvement Collaborative A collaboration of The Connecticut s Consortium, Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, and providers Co-Chaired by Colette Anderson, LCSW, Executive Director, CWC, at and Julienne Giard, LCSW, DMHAS, at Prepared by Olivia Yetter, CWC, and Stacy Ruttenberg, MS, CWC

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS What is the Directory Used For... 4 What is -Informed, Gender-Responsive Care?... 4 In Connecticut... 4 Which Model should I use... 5 Models Commonly Used in Connecticut... 5 Is Your Program Listed... 7 Agency and Model Grid... 8 Agencies Description Ability Alcohol & Drug y Centers, Inc. (ADRC) Beth El ShP BHcare Branford Counseling Center Bristol Hospital Counseling Center Capitol Region Mental Health Center Catholic Charities, Inc.-archdiocese of hartford Central Naugatuck Valley Help Inc Chemical Abuse Services Agenct, Inc CMHA, Inc Columbus House Inc Community Health Resources Community Renewal Team Connecticut Counseling Centers Inc Connecticut Mental Health Center Connecticut Renaissance, Inc Connecticut Valley Hospital

3 Crossroads, Inc Day Kimball Healthcare Dixwell/Newhallville Community Mental Health Services, Inc Family & Children s Agency Fairfield Counseling Services Family Centers Inc FSW Farrell Treatement Center Gilead Community Services Hands On hartford Hartford Behavioral Health Hartford Dispensary Human Resource Development Agency Immaculate Conception Shelter & Housing Corporation Intercommunity Inc Leeway, Inc Marrakech Mccall Foundation Mercy Housing and Shelter Corp Midwestern Connecticut Council on Alcoholism (MCCA) Inc MSP, Inc New Directions, Inc Optimus Health Care Inc Perception Programs y Network of Programs, Inc Reliance House, Inc River Valley Services

4 Southeastern Mental Health Authority Southwest Community Health Center Stafford Family Services The Connection Inc The Kennedy Center United Community & Family Services Inc United Services, Inc Wellmore Behavioral Health Western Connecticut Mental Health Network Yale Behavioral Health Services at Hamden Youth Challenge of Hartford, Inc

5 4 WHAT IS THE TRAUMA DIRECTORY USED FOR There are many different approaches, models, and curricula used by clinicians and therapists to treat trauma. This directory can help you find service(s) and agency(s) in Connecticut that are offering trauma treatment as well as the type or model of treatment. WHAT IS TRAUMA-INFORMED, GENDER-RESPONSIVE CARE? Psychological trauma refers to extreme stress that overwhelms an individual s ability to cope. This can be caused by experiences such as violence, hate crimes, sexual abuse, and other traumatic events. High rates of trauma are often linked with an increase of substance use, mental health problems, disease, violence, abuse, and suicide. -specific curricula often used by clinicians and therapists specifically treat trauma. Other curriculums may not directly treat trauma but still include trauma awareness. We call these trauma-informed models. For example, a substance abuse curriculum that discusses the impact of trauma on substance abuse would be traumainformed. models may use a combination of treatment strategies such as present-focused (coping skills, psychoeducational, symptoms management) or past-focused approaches (discussing the trauma story). For short term treatment, often presentfocused approaches are more appropriate while past-focused approaches may be best used with those at a more stable time in their recovery. Curriculums that address gender-differences among trauma are called genderresponsive. Research on women and trauma suggests that women are more than twice as likely to develop Post tic Stress Disorder (PTSD), more likely to experience sexual assault, and are more likely to be harmed by a partner or lover rather than an enemy or stranger (www.ptsd.va.gov, 2013) (Kendall-Tackett, 2005). Many groups that address trauma are all male or all female because they have encountered physical or sexual abuse differently. Other gender differences that effect care can include stigma for mothers and women, child care, financial stability, and criminal backgrounds. IN CONNECTICUT Many agencies throughout Connecticut are providing trauma treatment groups or individualized treatment. In Connecticut, the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) and The Connecticut s Consortium (CWC) chair the and Gender Practice Improvement Collaborative (TAG Initiative) and promote best practices in trauma-informed, gender-responsive care. In April of 2010, DMHAS adopted a formal Policy to foster a health care system that employs and practices principles that are trauma sensitive and trauma informed. To see the policy visit GUIDELINES FOR GROUPS groups should be gender-specific or all male or all female groups, even in models and curriculums that may not specify this such as. For those who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning it might be best to offer a LGBTQ group or if this is not available allow these individuals to make a choice about which gendered group they would prefer. Because it is important to foster a dynamic of trust and collaboration in treatment groups, they are often best utilized as a closed group or a modified closed, in which new participants may only enter the program during specific sessions. It is important to host groups in a trauma-informed space. Areas that are not appropriate include public or open space. Only group members should have access during group. Lastly, we recommend that a trauma treatment, therapeutic, or psychoeducational group be no more than 8-12 people. If groups are not being offered in this way, let us know as the TAG Initiative has resources available for training.

6 The Connecticut s Consortium helps support the TAG Initiative through education and training. Many of the trauma models are available in their biannual training catalog. To learn more visit In addition, the TAG Initiative has other resources available. The TAG Agency Project is a two year project where agencies apply and are selected to receive technical assistance and training around trauma-informed, gender-responsive care. WHICH TRAUMA MODEL SHOULD I USE It is important when you are looking for services to know: Whether you are looking for treatment in a group or as an individual Whether you need treatment for trauma, trauma and mental health, trauma and substance use, or both (co-occurring) If the service or group you re seeking is designed for men, women, or is specific to the Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, Transgender, Questioning, Intersex (LGBTQI) community o Some curricula were designed to be used with only men or women, for example o Curriculum may not be designed for one gender, for example, but group participants are often the same gender because men and women often experience and discuss trauma such as sexual abuse or violence in very different ways. The following grid was created to help compare services and is how we identify services later in this guide. Group Individual LGBTQI Other Men Co-ed* Men M- M- Healing Men Men BEST PRACTICES Promote sustainability of trauma groups by training multiple staff and clinicians in teams. Agencies that do not offer trauma services or clinical services either can list local agencies for referrals. Agencies that do not offer services are familiar with the basics of traumainformed care. If possible individuals are given the option of working with a male or female clinician, doctors, or staff as appropriate, for example, during substance use testing and supervised urines. Policies around genderresponsiveness and working with the LGBTQI community. For example, offering an LGBTQI group or creating a policy that speaks to client s choice when working with transgendered clients in groups. questions are included in assessments. *Co-ed groups are not recommended by the TAG Initiative. MODELS COMMONLY USED IN CONNECTICUT Healing or - by Stephanie Covington with Eileen M. Russo is a manualized curriculum for women s treatment groups and developed for use in 5

7 residential, outpatient, correctional, domestic violence programs and mental health clinics that treats trauma, however, substance abuse is integrated throughout the curriculum. The curriculum includes psycho-educational aspects that teach about trauma and coping skills. This is a shorter 5 session version of. (More information can be found at ) - y and Empowerment Model is a group intervention designed by Community Connections for women with histories of sexual and physical abuse. Drawing on cognitive restructuring, psychoeducational and skill building the 33 topics emphasizes coping skills and social support. It addresses shortterm and long-term consequences of violence victimization, mental health, PTSD, depression and substance abuse. Led by trained women clinicians, each session takes about 75 minutes. It can be adapted for shorter-term residential and outpatient settings. (More information can be found ) M- - by Community Connections is a group intervention based on but adapted for male trauma survivors. (More information can be found ) - Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing - developed by Francine Shapiro, is a psychotherapy that involves using rapid eye movement to reduce anxiety while recalling traumatic events to help with the treatment of PTSD. Treatment involves eight phases and three main concentrations: past memories, present disturbances, and future actions. No studies have been done with clients in substance abuse treatment. Training in is required for practitioners. (More information can be found : A Program for Treating Substance Abuse is a manualdriven treatment by Stephanie Covington to reduce substance use for women. The trauma-informed treatment sessions are delivered by female staff. The curriculum uses a strengths-based approach with a focus on personal safety to help clients develop effective coping skills, build healthy relationships that foster growth, and develop a strong, positive interpersonal support network. The sessions use cognitive behavioral skills training, mindfulness meditation, experiential therapies psychoeducation, and relational techniques to understand the different forms of trauma, typical reactions to abuse, and how a history of victimization interacts with substance use. (More information can be found at ) Men - by Stephanie Covington, Rick Dauer, and Dan Griffin, Men is a gender-responsive, trauma-informed treatment program for men. The facilitator guide and workbook are an ideal resource for drug and alcohol counselors, mental health professionals, and program administrators for outpatient, residential, and community-based treatment centers. The guide contains the theory, structure, and content needed to run effective groups. The participant's workbook is designed so that men can process, record, and refer back to their therapeutic experience. The program model is organized into four modules: self, relationships, sexuality, and spirituality. (More information can be found at ) 6

8 TARGET by Julian Ford is a strengths-based approach to education and therapy for trauma survivors who are looking for a practical approach to recovery. The goal is to help trauma survivors to understand how trauma changes the body and brain's normal stress response and to learn a practical 7-step approach called FREEDOM (focus, recognize triggers, emotion self-check, evaluate thoughts, define goals, options, and make a contribution) to changing the PTSD alarm response into a positive approach to personal and relational empowerment that promotes real and lasting recovery from trauma. TARGET can be delivered in gender-specific or educational/support groups, individual or family basis. (More information can be found ) - by Lisa Najavits is a present-focused therapy to help people attain safety from trauma/ptsd and substance abuse. The treatment was designed for flexible use. It has been conducted in group and individual format; for women, men, and mixed-gender; using all 25 topics or fewer topics; in a variety of settings and for both substance abuse and dependence. It has also been used with people who have a trauma history, but do not meet criteria for PTSD. consists of 25 topics and is available in several languages and a blind and/or dyslexic versions are available. has shown positive outcomes on trauma symptoms, substance abuse and other domains. (More information can be found ) IS YOUR PROGRAM LISTED This directory is updated regularly and is based off of results from the Survey administered by the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and compiled by The Connecticut s Consortium as a support tool for the and Gender Practice Improvement Collaborative (TAG Initiative). If your program is not listed please participate in future surveys or contact Julienne Giard, DMHAS at and co-chair of the TAG Initiative. Programs and providers listed in this directory are self-identified; inclusion in this directory does not indicate any official endorsement from any organization. Also, no programs in Connecticut were deliberately excluded from this directory and services will be added during updates. 7

9 AGENCY AND TRAUMA MODEL GRID Agency Group Individual LGBTQI Other Men Co-ed* Men Ability ADRC BHcare M- LQBTQ/in Young Adult Services Branford Counseling Center Bristol Hospital Counseling Center TF-CBT Capitol Region Mental Health Center Catholic Charities, Inc.-Archdiocese of Hartford Central Naugatuck Valley Help Inc. DBT Groups and Individual Therapy Chemical Abuse Services Agency, Inc. CMHA, Inc. Healing M- 8

10 Agency Group Individual LGBTQI Other Men Co-ed* Men Community Health Resources Men Community Renewal Team M- DBT and Process Group Connecticut Counseling Centers Inc Connecticut Mental Health Center M- Connecticut Renaissance, Inc. Connecticut Valley Hospital Cornell Scott Hill Health Center M- Men Men informed individual therapy for LGTBQ in woman s rehab unit in Addiction Services Crossroads, Inc. Men TREP 9

11 Agency Group Individual LGBTQI Other Men Co-ed* Men Day Kimball Healthcare Dixwell/Newhallvi lle Community Mental Health Services, Inc. Eastern Connecticut Health Network Family & Children s Agency TF-CBT TF-CBT Response Team for natural disasters/c ommunity crisis incidents DBT Fairfield Counseling Services Family Centers Inc. Farrell Treatment Center FSW Gilead Community Services Hands on Hartford TF-CBT, Response Team for natural disasters/community crisis incidents DBT Hartford Behavioral Health Hartford Dispensary Men Yes Target 10

12 Agency Group Individual LGBTQI Other Men Co-ed* Men M- Men Human Resource Development Agency Men InterCommunity Inc. Lawrence & Memorial Hospital M- M- Men s Anger Management use parts of M-Trem s Anger Management use Anger and Violence EFT, DBT, Anger also used in Individual treatment Marrakech McCall Foundation LGBTQ - Risking Connections approach services at CMHC Risking Connectio ns Mercy Housing and Shelter Corp Midwestern Connecticut Council on Alcoholism (MCCA) Inc. MSP, Inc M- Men Men Yes-individual counseling DBT 11

13 Agency Group Individual LGBTQI Other Perception Programs Men Co-ed* Men M- y Network of Programs, Inc. M- SISTA Reliance House, Inc. River Valley Services Southeastern Mental Health Authority Sound Community Services Healing A Gay/Straight Alliance is trauma informed with much programming Southwest Community Health Center Stafford Family Services The Connection Inc CBT, DBT, s Group Staff trained in United Community & Family Services Inc. United Services, Inc. M- M- TF-CBT for children, youth and families Living in Balance 12

14 Agency Group Individual LGBTQI Other Men Co-ed* Men Wellmore Behavioral Health Western CT Mental Health Network M- Yale Behavioral Health Services at Hamden Youth Challenge of Hartford, Inc. M- Men M- Men M- & 13

15 AGENCIES DESCRIPTION ABILITY BEYOND 4 Berkshire Blvd., Bethel, CT Interlude y Program- groups ALCOHOL & DRUG RECOVERY CENTERS, INC. (ADRC) 19 Coventry Street, Hartford, CT Detoxification Center, Intensive Residential Program, Intermediate Residential Program Clayton House, Coventry House, Outpatient Center BETH EL SHP 85 New Haven Ave., Milford, CT, All our SHP clients are referred out to community programs who provide the trauma specific treatment BHCARE 127 Washington Avenue, Third Floor West, North Haven, CT BHcare Shoreline - 14 Sycamore Way Branford CT BHcare Valley East Main Street Ansonia CT BRANFORD COUNSELING CENTER 342 Harbor Street, Branford, CT Branford Counseling Center 342 Harbor Street Branford Ct 14

16 BRISTOL HOSPITAL COUNSELING CENTER 420 N. Main Street, Bristol, CT Bristol Hospital Counseling center; 420 North Main st; Bristol CAPITOL REGION MENTAL HEALTH CENTER Vine and Coventry Street sites CATHOLIC CHARITIES, INC.-ARCHDIOCESE OF HARTFORD 56 Church Street, Waterbury, CT New Britain, Torrington, 896 Asylum Ave, Hartford, New Haven, 45 Wadsworth St., Hartford CENTRAL NAUGATUCK VALLEY HELP INC. 900 Watertown Ave., Waterbury, CT Drug Services Residential Waterbury CT Watkins Network OP Torrington CT CHEMICAL ABUSE SERVICES AGENCT, INC Iranistan Avenue, Bridgeport, CT Casa Hostos- 690 Arctic Street, BPT Project Courage- 592 Kosuuth St, BPT MAAS East Street, New Haven CMHA, INC. 55 Winthrop Street, New Britain, CT

17 AOP: 55 Winthrop Street, New Britain, CT Drive, New Britain, CT JDW: 270 John Downey COLUMBUS HOUSE INC. 586 Ella T Grasso Blvd., New Haven, CT Columbus House COMMUNITY HEALTH RESOURCES 995 Day Hill Road, Windsor, CT trauma and ( only) in residential Putnam campus. Men in Explore program in Enfield and has been used in last 6 months in Pathways Methadone program. in Clinics in Enfield, Manchester, Bloomfield and Willimantic COMMUNITY RENEWAL TEAM 555 Windsor Street, Hartford, CT The Group is offered at Fresh Start, which is a women's and children's program. CONNECTICUT COUNSELING CENTERS INC. 60 Beaver Brook Road, Danbury, CT Midland Road, Waterbury, CT NorthMain Street, 3rd Floor, Norwalk, CT Beaver Brook Road, Danbury, CT CONNECTICUT MENTAL HEALTH CENTER 34 Park Street #168, New Haven, CT

18 groups for women only: CMHC Inpatient Unit (CMHC-4), Ambulatory Services (34 Park St.) groups for men only: CMHC Inpatient Unit (CMHC-4) for individuals: ForDD (Forensic Drug Diversion Clinic) groups for women only: SATU (Substance Abuse Treatment Unit) CONNECTICUT RENAISSANCE, INC. 70 Central Avenue, Waterbury, CT McAuliffe Center, 70 Central Ave., Waterbury, CT East Residential Treatment Program, 31 Wolcott, Waterbury, CT West Residential Treatment Program, 441 West Main Street, Waterbury, CT CONNECTICUT VALLEY HOSPITAL 100 Silver Street, Middletown, CT M- - Whiting Forensic Division Maximum Security treatment mall, Individual General Psychiatry and Addiction Services, safety women only group Addiction Services STAR program, men only group Addiction Services Men s Rehab programs, We also provide art therapy trauma component for men and women in Addiction Services, General Psychiatry and Whiting Forensic Divisions. CROSSROADS, INC. 54 E. Ramsdell Street, New Haven, CT Residential services for men and women are located at 54 East Ramsdell Street and Outpatient Services at 44 East Ramsdell Street, both in New Haven, CT 's residential services include the 's Unit and the 's and Children's Program of Amethyst House. DAY KIMBALL HEALTHCARE 320 Pomfret Street (Route 44), Putnam, CT

19 Day Kimball Healthcare 320 Pomfret Street Putnam, CT (860) DIXWELL/NEWHALLVILLE COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES, INC. 660 Winchester Ave, New Haven, CT All services at 660 Winchester Avenue New Haven, CT FAMILY & CHILDREN S AGENCY. 9 Mott Avenue, Norwalk, CT Mott Avenue Norwalk, CT FAIRFIELD COUNSELING SERVICES 125 Penfield Road, Fairfield, CT Fairfield Counseling Services, Inc. 125 Penfield Road Fairfield, CT FAMILY CENTERS INC. 20 Bridge Street, Greenwich, CT Bridge Street, Greenwich, CT 60 Palmers Hill Road, Stamford, CT 590 Post Road, Darien, CT FSW 475 Clinton Avenue, Bridgeport, CT

20 FARRELL TREATEMENT CENTER 586 Main Street, New Britain, CT Main St, New Britain, CT GILEAD COMMUNITY SERVICES 681 Saybrook Road, Middletown, CT All Outpatient Clinic Services are offered at the Middletown Outpatient Clinic, 230 Main Street Extension, Middletown, CT. HANDS ON HARTFORD 330 Main Street #3, Hartford, CT At Peter's Retreat congregate program as well as tenants in the supportive housing scattered site program HARTFORD BEHAVIORAL HEALTH 2550 Main Street, #102, Hartford, CT Main street Hartford CT, 1 Main street Hartford CT HARTFORD DISPENSARY 345 Main Street, Hartford, CT : Manchester clinic Target: New Britain, Willimantic, Norwich, Henderson/Johnson clinic in Hartford 19

21 HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT AGENCY 180 Clinton Street, New Britain, CT We provide services at the Discovery Center in Waterbury, CT. Groups that we support are as follows: WELL, 's Group, Men's Group, Pathways to y, WRAP, Stand Up & Speak Out. All groups are run with trauma sensitive material. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION SHELTER & HOUSING CORPORATION 560 Park Street, Hartford, CT Shelter, outreach and supportive housing services using a trauma informed approach. The shelter serving homeless men 18y/o+ is located at 560 Park Street, Hartford. The Outreach services are provided in Hartford area. Supportive Housing is project based at 168 Hungerford Street and scattered site throughout Hartford. INTERCOMMUNITY INC. 281 Main Street, East Hartford, CT All services offered at main campus at 281 and 287 Main Street, East Hartford. LEEWAY, INC. 40 Albert Street, New Haven, CT Leeway, Inc. 40 Albert Street New Haven, CT MARRAKECH 6 Lunar Drive, #1, Woodbridge, CT

22 136 Gilbert Avenue, NH, CT 106 Sherman Ave, NH, CT 520 Whalley Avenue, NH, CT 270 Center Street, West Haven, CT (West Haven CMHC) MCCALL FOUNDATION 58 High Street and through our Torrington Office for individual men and women. and are rotated as a weekly women's group. Material from is utilized as part of 's IOP program in Torrington. MERCY HOUSING AND SHELTER CORP 211 Wethersfield Ave., Hartford, CT Catherine's Place/ADRC MIDWESTERN CONNECTICUT COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM (MCCA) INC. 419 Whalley Avenue, Suite 300, New Haven, CT, MCCA - Waterbury Outpatient, Danbury, CT MSP, INC. 102 Pliny Street, Hartford, CT Pliny Street NEW DIRECTIONS, INC. 113 Elm Street, Suite 204, Enfield, CT

23 113 Elm Street, Enfield, CT OPTIMUS HEALTH CARE INC. 982 E. Main St., Bridgeport, CT All sites with behavioral health services. PERCEPTION PROGRAMS 54 North Street, Willimantic, CT Outpatient Services Willimantic, Outpatient Services, Danielson Perception House RECOVERY NETWORK OF PROGRAMS, INC. 425 Grant Street, Bridgeport, CT Outpatient Services (RCS, REC Center, KTC, CHS) Residential Services (Horizons, New Prospects, Prospect House Programs, Seaview Apartment Program, Tina Klem Serenity House) RELIANCE HOUSE, INC CT-163, Oakdale, CT Groups at main administrative site at 40 Broadway,Norwich, CT. RIVER VALLEY SERVICES 351 Silver Street, Middletown, CT

24 Leak Hall Wellness and y Center, Dutton Home- Young Adult Services in Cottage 32 SOUTHEASTERN MENTAL HEALTH AUTHORITY 401 West Thames Street, Bldg. 301, Norwich, CT At Southeastern Mental Health Authority SOUTHWEST COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER 968 Fairfield Avenue, Bridgeport, CT Fairfield Avenue, Bridgeport, CT 1046 Fairfield Avenue,, Bridgeport, CT STAFFORD FAMILY SERVICES 21 Hyde Park Road, Stafford Springs, CT Hyde Park Road Stafford Springs, CT THE CONNECTION INC. 100 Roscocommon Drive, Suite 203, Middletown, CT Individualized work with children in the foster home, Howe Street New Haven women s programs. is also the model of case management for therapeutic foster care program THE KENNEDY CENTER 2440 Reservoir Avenue, Trumbull, CT

25 Greater Bridgeport Community Mental Health Center 1635 Central Avenue Bridgeport, CT UNITED COMMUNITY & FAMILY SERVICES INC. 47 Town Street, Norwich, CT Town Street Norwich, CT Bayonet Street New London, CT 212 Upton Road Colchester, CT 70 Main Street Griswold, CT UNITED SERVICES, INC North Main Street, Dayville, CT Dayville, Willimantic WELLMORE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH 141 East Main Street, #3, Waterbury, CT and Children's Program-79 Beacon Street Waterbury, CT WESTERN CONNECTICUT MENTAL HEALTH NETWORK 78 Triangle Street, Danbury, CT Torrington offers TARGET and Groups; Waterbury offers TARGET Danbury offers a TARGET Group YALE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES AT HAMDEN 95 Circular Avenue, Hamden, CT Circular Ave, Hamden 24

26 YOUTH CHALLENGE OF HARTFORD, INC. 15 May Street, Hartford, CT May St, Hartford, CT 25

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