Welcome to the Community Child Guidance Clinic, Inc.

The Community Child Guidance Clinic is a private, non-profit organization that has been serving Manchester and surrounding towns since 1958. Our behavioral and mental vitality is important to our overall well-being, and we eagerly provide services to over 1,000 families each and every year.

Our programs and services stretch far and wide, including early intervention programs, educational services, home-based interventions, and outpatient services. We strive towards excellence with the services we provide to the children and families we serve. We welcome you to browse our site and contact us at (860) 643-2101 with any questions you have regarding our services. We look forward to speaking with you!

Our Mission

Our mission is to improve our community by providing a system of child
centered and family focused mental health services designed to maintain children
and adolescents in their home and community.

Our Programs & Services

Educational, Outpatient and Milieu, Psychological and Developmental, Community and Home-Based Services

The Community Child Guidance Clinic School was established in 1974 and offers state approved education and intensive therapeutic services. We serve children ages 3 to 15 years of age with varying academic levels, learning abilities, and behavioral and emotional issues that may impede their ability to learn. A great advantage to our program is the individual attention and stability our children receive due to the small class sizes and high staff to student ratio; currently about 2:1.

Outpatient and Milieu services provide a wide range of diagnostic and treatment services, many of which are specialized programs that target specific problems. Examples of some of the programs offered include trauma services, adolescent substance abuse, and NorthStar, which is an intensive outpatient program for children ages 5 to 12.

Psychological and Developmental services offers early intervention programs, clinical services for CCGC school students and their families, and psychological consultations in the community.

Community and Home-Based services work with families in their homes and communities in order to create a working partnership with families to improve overall functioning. Examples of some of the programs offered include IICAPS, IFP, and parent education classes.

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Recent News & Blog Posts

  • Talking to Children about Tragedy

    In the wake of the Orlando shootings, questions often rise around talking with children about what is happening and how they might be feeling. The national association for school psychologists offers some great tips on talking with children about violence and other tragic events. Reassure children that they are safe. Validate their feelings Make time to…

  • FUN Friday with Water Balloons!!

    Every Friday the students at CCGC School participate in a Fun Friday activity…These activities are always changing with new ideas that our wonderful staff come up with! As the nice weather approaches, we decided that we needed to get the kids outside and toss around some water balloons. Our very own Mr. Ryan was a…

  • 8th Annual Connecticut TF-CBT Conference

    The 8th Annual Connecticut TF-CBT Conference was held Thursday May 12th, at the Hilton Hotel in Hartford. The conference included workshops, presentations, and guidance for effective practices. Two of our staff members, Tanja Larsen and Erica Mott, gave a presentation! Title: Practice through Ages and Stages Looking for some new ideas on how to implement…

Upcoming Events

June 16, 20167:00 pm

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June 30, 20167:00 pm

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