Resources for parents and educators in Southington, Plantsville, Marion and Milldale
A Brand New Day ABA
A Brand New Day ABA offers in-home and on-site treatment for children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other disorders. Our staff is dedicated to promoting independence and well-being in the lives of our clients through the use of various tools and strategies. We use the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis to create individualized programs for each of our clients that focus on decreasing challenging behavior and increasing desired pro-social behavior.
Contact: Chelsea Boutin (Office Manager)
1842 Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike
Web Site: https://www.abrandnewdayaba.com/
ACES – Advocacy, Commitment, Excellence, Service
Mission: Dedicated to enhancing and transforming lives through education, innovation, and leadership.
Vision: To create an equitable and socially just world, one life at a time.
ACES dedication to better serve its community is exemplified by the wide array of services and programs offered. These include adult and vocational programs, interdistrict programs, Open and Magnet School Parent Choice programs, Minority Teacher Recruitment initiatives, behavior services for individuals on the autism spectrum, occupational/ physical therapy, professional development, and technology services.
Web Site: https://www.aces.org/
ACES Treatment and Learning Center
The ACES Treatment and Learning Center (TLC) offers a wide range of services to individuals from the greater New Haven area. TLC is staffed full-time with a team of Board Certified Behavior Analysts and Registered Behavior Technicians and offers ABA services to children ages 3 to 5 with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other disabilities. In addition to ABA services, TLC offers speech and occupational therapy services.
The ACES Treatment and Learning Center offerings:
• Behavioral Assessments
• Behavior Support Plans
• Comprehensive and Focused ABA Treatment
• Parent Training
• Social Skills Groups
• Supplementary summer and afterschool programming
• Speech Services
• Occupational Therapy Services
205 Skiff Street
Phone: (203) 498-6850
Web Site: https://www.aces.org/services/behavior-services/treatment-and-learning-center
Adapt and Learn, LLC
Alescia Ford, MS OTR/L, ATP
Occupational therapy and assistive technology services to families of children with special education needs.
160 Farmington Avenue, 1st floor
Web Site: http://www.adaptandlearn.com
African Caribbean American Parents of Children with Disabilities (AFCAMP)
African Caribbean American Parents of Children with Disabilities (AFCAMP) serves a diversity of parents, youth and families that need not only special education services, but are also trying to navigate the juvenile justice, child welfare and health systems, including children’s behavioral health. As a voice for systems change, AFCAMP educates, trains and supports parents and youth to become active participants in their education and care, and advocates for policy and program reforms that promote equity and equal access to culturally and linguistically appropriate services within multiple child-serving systems in Connecticut.
49 Woodland St
Web Site: https://www.afcamp.org/
American Society for Deaf Children
The American Society for Deaf Children (ASDC) serves families with deaf children. Because more than 90 percent of Deaf children are born to hearing parents, ASDC has made it their mission to help those parents learn American Sign Language (ASL) so their whole family can communicate and connect with their Deaf child.
Web Site: https://deafchildren.org/
Autism Care Partners
Autism Care Partners provides comprehensive services for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families, including:
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Diagnostic Evaluations, Social Skills Groups, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Parent Training.
279 New Britain Rd
Phone: (860) 698-1195
Web Site: https://www.autismcarepartners.com/
Autism Families CONNECTicut
Autism Families CONNECTicut was founded in January 2010 by a group of parents, grandparents and family members who recognized that there were limited weekend recreational and social activities specifically targeted to children on the autism spectrum in Connecticut. Initially, to fill that gap, the focus was on providing programming for children on the spectrum, ages 5-12. While still the focus, programming has since expanded to include preschoolers ages 3-5, teens ages 13-19, and young adults ages 20-29 on the autism spectrum, as well as siblings and parents when appropriate.
Programs are locally based, high quality, low cost, accessible to families and run by professionals. Every program is held in a safe, non-judgmental environment, designed to encourage children, teens, and young adults who attend to have fun, get active and make friends. Most programs are primarily on the weekends and are multi-week long.
600 North Mountain Road
Phone: (860) 474-3444
Web Site: http://www.autismfamiliesct.org/
Autism Services and Resources CT
For over 20 years, ASRC has held to the ideal that everyone deserves to live their best life possible. This belief guides ASRC’s mission: to provide lifelong access to opportunities for persons on the autism spectrum with the goal of being fully-included and participating members of their communities. ASRC is a non-profit that serves as Connecticut’s resource for autism services and supports.
101 N Plains Industrial Rd
Phone: (203) 265-7717
Web Site: https://ct-asrc.org/
Applying Internet and Mobile technologies to provide a globally accessible platform which helps the autism community to manage practical day to day problems. Their goal is to improve the futures of all people with autism by making daily life more navigable.
Web Site: https://www.autismvillage.com/
Ben Was Here
Ben Was Here provides assistance for asthma-related prescription costs to families with limited insurance coverage.
109 Churchill St
Web Site: http://www.benwashere.org
Birth to Three
The Birth to Three System contracts with early intervention programs across the state of Connecticut that support families with children who have delays or disabilities.
Birth to Three offers supports to families with children who are under age 3 and have either a significant developmental delay based on a standardized test or Medical condition (diagnosed by a doctor) that’s likely to result in a developmental delay.
Funding for Birth to Three is administered by the Office of Early Childhood (OEC).
Phone: I have questions about Birth to Three 1.800.505.7000 I’m in Birth to Three 1.866.888.4188
Web Site: https://www.birth23.org/
Center for Pediatric Therapy
For over 20 years, CPT has continued its commitment to the children in our community by providing one-on-one occupational, speech, and physical therapy services specifically designed for your child’s needs. Whether your child has difficulty sitting still, mastering handwriting, struggles with speaking or understanding, or is bothered by sensory stimuli (sounds, food, clothing), CPT can help! Therapy sessions are play-based and child-directed to the extent that children do not even realize that they are participating in therapy. Our parents are amazed at the tasks in which clinicians are able to engage their children. Center for Pediatric Therapy’s goal remains to support, guide, and educate not only the children but parents and educators as well to facilitate success. If you have noticed that your child struggles with typical everyday activities, please give us a call. We participate with major insurance carriers.
2360, 101 N Plains Industrial Rd # 2
Phone: (203) 949-9337
Web Site: http://centerforpediatrictherapy.com/
Cheshire Fitness Zone
Cheshire Fitness Zone (CFZ) offers a multitude of therapeutic programs that uniquely meet you and your family’s needs. CFZ was designed specifically for children and adolescents of all ages and abilities. They feature three main therapy areas to include physical therapy (PT), occupational therapy (OT) and speech therapy (ST). Our physical therapy gym has a full array of exercise equipment biomechanically designed to fit children as well as a 32-foot long rock climbing wall. In addition, the physical therapy space has a baby-friendly room and a private treatment room. The occupational therapy space features two sensory gyms and two fine motor rooms. The speech department boasts a number of individual treatment rooms.
382 S Main St
Phone: (203) 250-9663
Web Site: https://www.cheshirefitnesszone.com/
Children & Youth with Special Health Care Needs
Children & Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN) is for young people with chronic physical, developmental, behavioral or emotional condition and require health and related services beyond that required for children the same age.
Services may include:
- Service needs assessment
- Family Caregiver support
- Respite Planning
- Links to medical home initiative
- Transition Planning
- Regional Community Care Coordinators meetings
Call 211 Child Development (1-800-505-7000) and talk with a care coordinator
Web Site: https://portal.ct.gov/dph/Family-Health/Children-and-Youth/Children--Youth-with-Special-Health-Care-Needs-and-Connecticuts-Medical-Home-Initiative
Communication Foundations, LLC, is committed to treating the whole child, using a family-centered, functional approach to therapy.
Speech: (860) 853-0205
OT: (860) 798-8638
963 Queen Street, Suite C
Web Site: http://www.communicationfoundations.com/
Connecticut Family Support Network
Connecticut Family Support Network (CTFSN) helps families raising children with disabilities and special healthcare needs through out their life. CTFSN provides direct support to individuals and families in their homes and communities by sharing information and resources that empower people to make their voices heard and to become their own best advocate.
377 Hubbard Street #1
Phone: 1 (860) 744-4074
Web Site: https://ctfsn.org/
Connecticut Parent Advocacy Center
Connecticut Parent Advocacy Center (CPAC) is a statewide nonprofit organization that offers information and support to families of children with any disability or chronic illness, age birth through 26.
Services and Programs include:
- Parent Training and Information (PTI) Center
- Family Connections
- Collaboration Between Families and Schools
- Real Transition Partners
- Next Steps
- Training for Parents and Professionals
Phone: (860) 739-3089
Web Site: https://cpacinc.org/
CT Hands & Voices Guide By Your Side
Guide By Your Side (GBYS) is a FREE parent matching program, linking parents of children throughout the state who have been newly identified as hard of hearing, deaf, or deaf blind with trained and experienced "Parent Guides."
Parent Guides offer:
- A supportive relationship with another parent of a child who is deaf or hard of hearing
- Unbiased information regarding communication, education, and technology options
- Connect parents to resources available locally, regionally, and statewide in order to effectively link families to early intervention services
Web Site: https://www.cthandsandvoices.org/guide-by-your-side
DO-IT Academic Accommodation Resources for Students with Learning Disabilities
DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) serves to increase the successful participation of individuals with disabilities in challenging academic programs such as those in science, engineering, mathematics, and technology. Primary funding for DO-IT is provided by the National Science Foundation, the State of Washington, and the U.S. Department of Education. DO-IT is a collaboration of UW Information Technology and the Colleges of Engineering and Education at the University of Washington.
Web Site: https://www.washington.edu/doit/academic-accommodations-students-learning-disabilities
Early Childhood Consultation Partnership (ECCP)
The Early Childhood Consultation Partnership® (ECCP®) is a state funded program that helps to improve the social-emotional skills of children from birth to age five. There is no cost to the childcare program or families. This is a voluntary program, so teachers, centers and families only receive this service if they would like to.
In their Core Classroom program, master's level ECCP® Consultants partner with directors and teachers to decide which social-emotional strategies to use in the classroom and with any chosen children. Common reasons to call ECCP® include things like supporting children with challenging behaviors, creating new routines or improving transitions. This strengths-based service focuses on helping the teaching team, so they can best support the classroom’s needs. ECCP® is best when used early, before more challenging behaviors occur.
ECCP also offers programs for family childcare providers or in the child's home.
Contact the ECCP consultant assigned to Southington for more information:
Ruth Clark, LMSW
Early Childhood Consultant
Wheeler Clinic, 74 East St, Plainville, CT
T: (860) 461-5035
Or find the ECCP consultant for your town at https://www.eccpct.com/Consultants/
Phone: (860) 704-6378
Web Site: http://www.eccpct.com/
Exceptional Family Needs Program
Support for military families with special needs family members is provided through the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP). Although each Service has its own EFMP, they all serve the same essential function: coordinating the assignment process to ensure special needs families are not sent to locations that lack adequate medical or educational resources. Installation EFMP programs offer support programs and provide families with information about and referral to local services. Enrollment in the EFMP is mandatory for active duty service members who have dependent family members with ongoing medical, mental health, or special educational needs.
Web Site: https://www.militaryfamily.org/info-resources/efmp-special-needs/
FAVOR provides family-focused, advocacy-based, and culturally sensitive community services that improve outcomes and family well-being.
Programs and Service include:
- Family Peer Support Program
Providing direct peer support services to families with children who have medical, mental, or behavioral health challenges.
- Family Systems Management Program
Increasing program effectiveness and fostering family involvement in decision-making about policies and practices.
- Learning and Leadership Academy
Empowering families through workshops and trainings.
- CT Medical Home Initiative (MHI)
Ensuring that children and youth with special health care needs have access to coordinated quality health care services.
185 Silas Deane Highway, Wethersfield
Phone: (860) 563-3232
Web Site: https://www.favor-ct.org/
Grants and Resources for Families with Special Needs
A list of resources for grants for medical equipment such as wheelchairs or adaptive bikes, grants to help with medical costs, wish organizations and other ways you can brighten up your child’s day as compiled on the "Joyful Journey Mom" site.
Web Site: http://www.tsalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Ultimate-List-of-Grants-and-Resources-for-Families-with-Special-Needs-Joyful-J.pdf
Help Me Grow CT
Help Me Grow CT is a FREE statewide program run by the Office of Early Childhood (OEC) that serves children and their families starting from pregnancy. It connect Connecticut children and their families to community services and resources related to child health, behavior, development and learning. This includes:
- Connections to community-based programs and services
- Connecting community providers with networking and training opportunities
Call 211 Child Development (1-800-505-7000) and talk with a care coordinator.
Web Site: https://cdi.211ct.org/program/help-me-grow/
Hospital for Special Care
Hospital for Special Care (HSC) is the fourth-largest, free-standing long-term acute care hospital in the U.S. and one of only two in the nation serving both adults and children. HSC is recognized for advanced care and rehabilitation in pulmonary care, acquired brain injury, medically-complex pediatrics, neuromuscular disorders, spinal cord injury, comprehensive heart failure, and comprehensive inpatient and outpatient treatment for children and adolescents with an autism spectrum disorder.
2150 Corbin Ave
Phone: (860) 223-2761
Web Site: https://hfsc.org/
Infinity Music Therapy Services
Infinity Music Therapy Services offers high-quality, client-centered music therapy, music lessons, and early childhood music services at their location, in home or at your child's school or childcare. We also offer dance and movement therapy as well as dance lessons.
Infinity Music Therapy Services is the only perinatal music therapy services provider in the state of Connecticut. We work with expecting families from the second trimester on providing assistance with child birth education through the creative arts, original womb song/ lullaby creation, music therapy assisted childbirth, early childhood/family bonding through music, early intervention through music therapy, and more.
We offer in-person services, sessions in the home, virtual and telehealth services, depending on the type of service.
We have experience treating children and adults with developmental disabilities, mental health needs, neurological disorders, and more.
196 Queen Street, Southington
Phone: (860) 518-5557
Web Site: http://www.infinitymusictherapy.com/
IRIS Behavioral Health Services
IRIS Behavioral Health Services provides in-home ABA services throughout Litchfield, Hartford, New Haven, and Fairfield county and accept most private insurance.
PO Box 371
Watertown, CT 06795
Web Site: https://www.irisbhs.com/
Ivy Rehab – Wallingford
Whether you need physical therapy, occupational therapy, sports medicine, lymphedema management, LSVT BIG treatment, or any of our other treatments or programs, Ivy Rehab is here for you. This Ivy Rehab clinic also offers women's health, pelvic floor, and incontinence program. The Wallingford staff is happy to walk you through the necessary paperwork and assist in any way possible, including insurance questions and scheduling. They even call your insurance company for you to help you understand your benefits.
101 N Plains Industrial Rd Ste 100
Phone: (203) 265-0018
Web Site: https://www.ivyrehab.com/location/wallingford-ct/
Jennifer Charbonnier, PhD, LMFT, LLC
Marital and Family Therapist with over 30 years of experience working with individuals, couples, and families. Specialty is working with families with kids with behavioral and emotional struggles, parental coaching, and school collaboration.
, 51 North Main Street
Phone: 860 388-3520
Web Site: http://jcharbonnier.net/
Joan Schmidt, Speech Language Pathologist
Joan Schmidt MA, CCC-SLP, is a Speech Language Pathologist specializing in early childhood and school age population. She is a certified implementer of the Picture Exchange Communication System. She works for a local school system and see patients privately in their home, especially in the summer.
Kellys Kids – Animal Therapy Programs and Summer Farm Camp
Programs at the farm or your group's location. Summer day camp.
, 9 Spring Road
Web Site: http://www.kellyskids.org
Mid-Level Developmental Assessment | The Village
Mid-Level Developmental Assessment (MLDA) is for Children 6 months - 6 years old who are struggling within their home and/or school environment.
- Comprehensive clinical assessment of communication, cognitive, physical, adaptive, social/emotional and parenting
- Developmental testing
- Feedback session
- Integrated family services plan within 30 days
You can contact The Village directly at the link below or Call 211 Child Development (1-800-505-7000) and talk with a care coordinator.
The Village for Families & Children, 1680 Albany Avenue
Web Site: https://thevillage.org/programs/mid-level-developmental-assessment/
Next Steps Parent Support Group
The Next Steps Parent Support Group is for parents of children with special needs in the Southington area and is a place to bring questions, find support and take part in general discussions on topics relevant to family caregiving. Next Steps connects family caregivers directly to other family caregivers to share information. The group meets the fourth Tuesday of every month at 6 p.m. at The Summit in Plantsville.
For more information about the support group, contact Lori at email@example.com or Carrie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
261 Summit St
Plantsville, CT 06479
Planning Across The Spectrum
Planning Across The Spectrum's mission is to help individuals and/or the care teams of those with ASD to feel financially free. They help individuals all across the spectrum enhance their quality of life while walking the path of financial independence. Their aim is to create long-term relationships to journey with you through each phase of life. The Planning Across the Spectrum team’s knowledge has been obtained not only through education and work but also personal experience.
74 Batterson Park Rd Floor 1
Phone: (860) 606-0977
Web Site: https://planningacrossthespectrum.com
Mick Posner and Rachel Posner operate a consulting business that provides consulting and advocacy services to parents and school districts around issues related to the Deaf & Hard-of-Hearing.
They also hold American Sign Language classes.
Mick is an ASL teacher for Conard High School, an ASL instructor at Southern Connecticut State University and has taught at ESPN, Manchester CC and Naugatuck Valley CC.
Both are dual-certified K-12 Deaf Education teachers, both in CT and nationwide through the Council on the Education of the Deaf (CED.)
Email them at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/posnerinclusion/
Preschool Screening by Southington Schools
Southington Public Schools offers free preschool screening for parents who have concerns regarding their children’s development, speech and language and behavior. Preschool speech/language pathologist and/or a preschool special education teacher will conduct the screening.
Phone: 860-628-3200 x332
Web Site: http://www.southingtonschools.org/parents-students/preschool
Project Search CT
Project SEARCH provides training opportunities that assist individuals with intellectual disabilities obtain careers in a community-based, integrated and competitive setting.
Web Site: https://portal.ct.gov/DDS/EmploymentDayServices/ProjectSearch/Project-Search
SERC, the State Education Resource Center, is a quasi-public agency established under statute to serve the CT State Board of Education in supporting educational equity and excellence. They do this by providing professional development and information dissemination in the latest research and best practices to educators, service providers, and families throughout the state, as well as job-embedded technical assistance and training within schools, programs, and districts. The agency maintains the Special Education Resource Center and SERC Library in addition to its broader responsibilities, including the support to programs and activities regarding early childhood education and school improvement.
In collaboration with the CSDE Bureau of Special Education, SERC continues to design, coordinate, and implement special education programming to support educators, leaders, youth, and families.
SERC, in collaboration with the CT Tech Act, has established an Adaptive Technology demonstration site and lending library.
SERC's library provides a collection of research, reference, and instructional materials and resources for children and adults related to education and social service needs. It continues to serve educators, families, college and university students, and other interested residents seeking resources and professional learning that supports educational equity and excellence for all K-12 students. View their catalog at https://serclibrary.library.site.
175 Union Street
Phone: (860) 632-1485
Web Site: https://ctserc.org/
Sesame Street Autism Resources for Parents
Sesame Workshop is a nonprofit on a mission to help kids everywhere grow smarter, stronger, and kinder.
Web Site: https://sesameworkshop.org/topics/autism/
SoCCA – Southington Community Cultural Arts Center
The Southington Community Cultural Arts Center (SoCCA) offers music, art and pottery classes for ages 3 to adult; exhibits and performances; and creative and vocational artisan training for those with disabilities.
A variety of summer programs are offered.
93 Main Street, Corner of Main Street and Berlin Avenue
Web Site: http://www.southingtonarts.org
Somewhere Over the Spectrum
Somewhere Over the Spectrum is a holistic center that provides intensive therapeutic programming services to children with Autism. Somewhere Over the Spectrum utilizes a variety of different methodologies, practices and foundations to create comprehensive programming for each child.
"Our clinical staff and therapists are able to holistically support each child's programming within a comprehensive and dynamic approach. At Somewhere Over the Spectrum, there is a land full of acceptance, awareness, understanding and love for these children, who we feel have the most exceptional minds in the world."
120 Webster Square Road
Phone: (860) 420-3800
Web Site: http://www.somewhereoverct.com
Southington CT Special Needs Families
Southington CT Special Needs Families is a Facebook group for parents, siblings, and caregivers who live in Southington and surrounding towns and have a loved one with special needs. As well as teachers, therapists and medical professionals who work with our beautiful children are also welcome to join as well.
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/groups/902218763121502/
Southington Public Schools and Integrated Preschool Program
The Southington Public School District has 8 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, 1 high school and an alternative high school.
To determine which school your child will attend visit the school/street directory at https://www.southingtonschools.org/parents-students/school-street-directory.
Their Southington Integrated Preschool program, which has approximately 50% typically developing children who serve as peer models for the students who require special education, meets at Wrinn Preschool Center at Hatton Elementary School (3 classrooms) and Strong Elementary School (1 classroom).
See more details and the current availability at https://www.southingtonearlychildhood.org/kindergarten-ready/preschool-options/.
Phone: Registration, preschool and special ed: 860-628-3200 x10332
Web Site: https://www.southingtonschools.org/parents-students
Special Education Department of Southington Public Schools
The Southington School District offers a continuum of Special Education services to meet the individual needs of students, ages 3 - 21, identified as needing special education.
For more information about developmental concerns and the Special Education department of SPS, see http://www.southingtonearlychildhood.org/development-concerns/.
Phone: (860) 628-3200 x10322
Web Site: https://www.southingtonschools.org/district-departments/special-education/resources
The Center for Children with Special Needs
The Center for Children with Special Needs (CCSN) is an interdisciplinary clinic specializing in the diagnosis, evaluation and treatment of people with complex neurodevelopmental disabilities, focusing especially on children with autism and related disorders. To answer the growing needs of our community, CCSN now offers a full spectrum of care with new clinical treatment offerings through CCSN Behavioral Health.
Some of their services include intake and assessment, intervention services, individual and group/family therapies, specialized treatment clinics, social skill play groups, family training and support, occupational therapy, and more.
New (spring 2023) - Executive Functioning Clinic (outplacement) which provides services to children, adolescents and young adults with executive functioning deficits, ADHD, and disruptive behavior disorders and their families.
New - Educational Consultation for programs, agencies, teachers/staff, families. Can do behavior assessment, occupational therapy and professional training.
Glastonbury and Farmington,
Web Site: https://www.ccsnct.org/
The Cove Center for Grieving Children
The Cove Center for Grieving Children specializes in helping children and adolescents who are grieving the death of a significant person in their life. This non-profit offers free child-focused, family support groups, a "Good Grief" school program, professional development, a weekend camping experience and community outreach.
1113 A South Main Street
Web Site: http://www.covect.org
The Social Learning Center
The SLC and its sister company, the SLC Counseling Associates, LLC. offers a range of therapeutic services including social cognitive groups, mental health counseling, educational consultation, professional development, EF Coaching & parent advocacy. They specialize in working with children, adolescents, and adults struggling with anxiety, depression, executive functioning deficits, and/or other social learning challenges.
545 Highland Ave
Phone: (203) 250-0305
Web Site: https://www.sociallearningcenter.org/
UConn Child and Family Development Program
The Child and Family Development Program at UConn Health’s Southington location serves Southington children ages 6-17 and their parents and guardians. They provide services, support, and education aimed at:
- Strengthening parents’ skills and capacity to support their children’s social and emotional health and development.
- Providing families with educational resources related to children’s social and emotional health and development.
- Providing training in evidence-based assessment and treatment to school-based providers.
1115 West Street
Web Site: https://health.uconn.edu/psychiatry/areas-of-care/child-and-adolescent/child-and-family-development-program/
Wheeler is a community health center, providing addiction services and drug treatment, behavioral and mental healthcare, and primary care, as well as a wide range of specialty care. Their outpatient locations are in Hartford, Bristol, New Britain, Waterbury, and Plainville, Connecticut, and more than 100 community-based programs cover the entire state.
Programs for Children and Adolescents include:
Pediatrics and Dental Care
Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse Treatment
Youth Justice Services
Family & Child Welfare
Prevention Resources for Individuals and Families
Walk With Me - specialized outpatient treatment track for LGBTQ+ identifying people of all ages who are seeking therapeutic, medical and/or peer support to address their specific needs. They offer Gender Exploration Group meetings for ages 11 to 17 and for ages 18 to 35. WalkWithMe@wheelerclinic.org
They also offer Centers of Excellence - Addiction and Child & Adolescent Services and Foster Care Programs.
Through a grant, Wheeler had a dedicated Community Health Outreach Coordinator for Southington.
Web Site: https://www.wheelerclinic.org/