Local community leaders founded the Community Child Guidance Clinic in 1959. Four people came together with a vision of providing mental health services to children and their families in the area. We have grown tremendously since opening our doors, and today, our organization proudly employs over 100 employees. CCGC staff span many disciplines, and have varied levels of clinical interests. It is because of our dedicated staff, we have been able to meet the needs of over 1,000 families.
The purpose of the Community Child Guidance Clinic is to provide multifaceted treatment approaches to children and their families. It is our hope that we strengthen the lives of our clients in order to help them reach their full potential. Our goal is to provide mental health services at the earliest possible time in a child’s life, with the least possible delay, and in the most time-and cost-efficient manner. Our programs and services are individually guided, highly efficient, accessible, and culturally sensitive.
The world of mental health is constantly evolving, and we strive as an organization to adapt and progress in order to best meet the needs of our ever changing world. Our efforts are geared towards excellence in everything we do. We are proud of the positive impact we have on the communities we serve.
Learn about CCGC's impact on the community:
CCGC's 317 North Main Street Location 1959 and 2016
Andover, Bolton, Columbia, Coventry, East Hartford, Ellington, Glastonbury, Hebron, Manchester, Marlborough, South Windsor, Stafford Springs-Stafford, Tolland, Vernon-Rockville
Our programs and services are licensed by the Connecticut Department of Children and Families and Connecticut State Department of Education.