Resources for parents and educators in Southington, Plantsville, Marion and Milldale
Elim Park Cheshire
Elim Park is a not-for-profit Continuing Care Retirement Community whose mission is to provide the community’s residents with quality care in a Christ-centered environment through beautiful apartment homes, customizable living options, comprehensive wellness programs, and cutting edge medical facilities.
150 Cook Hill Rd
Phone: (203) 272-7550
Web Site: https://www.elimpark.org/
Medication Drop Box
Southington Police Department lobby (24 hours a day), For disposal of unused and expired medication.
69 Lazy Lane, Southington,
Southington Behavioral Health Resource Directory
The Southington Behavioral Health Resource Directory, a comprehensive guide to behavioral health and community resources in Southington, is available online at the Connecticut Clearinghouse website, as well as through the Town of Southington, Southington Public Library, Plainville-Southington Regional Health District, Southington Youth Services, and Southington Community Services.
This directory includes comprehensive information about local behavioral health resources, including outpatient and inpatient care for children, adolescents, and adults, as well as details about confidential assessments, short and long-term counseling, psychotherapy, family therapy, and mental health treatment.
The directory also includes information about accessing transportation and food as well as new information regarding drug collection drop boxes, treatment for opioid misuse, health services and advocacy.
The directory, part of the Southington Health Outreach Project, is a collaboration between the Bradley H. Barnes & Leila U. Barnes Memorial Trust at Main Street Community Foundation and Wheeler Clinic.
Web Site: https://www.ctclearinghouse.org/Customer-Content/www/CMS/files/Southington_Behavioral_Health_Resource_Directory_2nd_Edition_Nov_2018.pdf
Southington Farmer’s Market
The Southington Farmer's Market is held late June or early July thru late September/early October every Friday from 3 pm to 6 pm.
The Southington Farmers Market is a CT GROWN market. This means all the produce and products are either CT grown or made with Connecticut products. Some of the farmers accept SNAP.
Benefits of purchasing products at the Southington Farmers Market:
- Local food supports the local economy. The money that is spent with local farmers and producers stays close to home and is reinvested with businesses and services in your community.
- Buying Local means you get access to the tastiest, nutrient-rich produce, because it is picked fresh and Local, at the peak of its flavor.
- Buy Local products means a reduction in your carbon foot print, make you a responsible member of our community.
- Local growers can tell you how the food was grown. You can ask what practices they use to raise and harvest crops.
, The Town Green, Main Street
Web Site: http://www.southingtonfarmersmarket.org/