To assist and support children with emotional and behavioral issues by providing a special education day school and a system of child and family-focused mental health services.
Serious impact for your investment.
Years of Experience
Children Helped Each Year
News & Notes
After months of quarantine, Connecticut’s summer schools are reopening their doors, day camps and other programs are starting up, and families are beginning to venture out to restaurants, beaches, picnics, and parties. While care still needs to be taken and recommendations followed, we have learned a lot and can now begin using that knowledge to help our children enjoy summer activities.
Nearly 700,000 children are victims of sexual abuse in the U.S. every year, and because of current nationwide lockdowns, vulnerable children are limited from getting the help they might otherwise receive, particularly from mandated reporters in schools and extracurricular programs. Mental Health Month presents an opportunity to raise awareness and show child abuse victims that they are supported, especially when they are isolated and alone during quarantine.
This is an unsettling time for all of us. With so many life changes and future unknowns, we work to manage and cope with numerous emotions. As teachers continue to support learning needs, and keep students academically engaged, it’s so important for parents and children to...
Teletherapy during coronavirus
Helping kids reach their therapy goals from afar!