As this unprecedented situation with the Coronavirus continues to unfold, and in order to follow the CDC’s and state government’s recommendations, CCGC is acting with extreme caution to ensure that we do not contribute additional virus exposure to the communities we serve.
With that, CCGC’s leadership team, in conversation with our Board of Directors, has decided to remain open and available to our clients, via phone calls and teletherapy. However, at the close of business today, our buildings will close until further notice.
If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to us directly by calling our main line at (860) 643-2101. Everything is very fluid right now, but we will continue to update our website and social media channels as the situation evolves. Stay safe, stay positive, and we look forward to the day we are all back together!
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Jamie Bellenoit, PhD, LMFT
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