NOW OFFERING TELEHEALTH GROUPS

There are many benefits to participating in psychotherapy groups, but now more than ever groups can help! CGC has several groups available offered now via telehealth video. Click here to learn more.

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

Patients are being seen in-person and via video or phone call appointments. Please call 203-324-6127 with any questions or to schedule your appointment. Click here for more information.

WE ARE THE ONES WHO...

Help children and adolescents recover from trauma and abuse.

WE ARE THE ONES WHO...

Provide psychosocial and medical support for youth ages 10-18 who are transgender, nonbinary, or questioning the gender they were assigned at birth.

WE ARE THE ONES WHO...

Provide intensive, home-based, mental health and substance abuse services to families.

WE ARE THE ONES WHO...

Counsel children to overcome depression, anxiety, behavior problems and substance abuse.

Watch our video, Hope for Kids with Mental Illness

HELPING FAMILIES, PROVIDING HOPE. SINCE 1954

Kids

If you are feeling sad, nervous, or angry, or if you are struggling and feel like you can’t get it together– we can help.

Parents

If your child or teen is sad or anxious, struggling with friendships, or getting into trouble at home or school– we can help.

Professionals

If you are looking for expert, evidence-based children’s mental health assessment, treatment and care coordination, we can help.

1 in 5

children has a mental illness

60%

more mental health services provided this year than last year

29,500 services provided to 1550

 children in FY2021

98%

of children who completed treatment experienced stabilization and improvement

0

times a child is turned away from CGC because of inability to pay or immigration status

Meet Clinton

At five years old, Clinton* was referred to the Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut by the Department of Child and Family Services. His foster parents were concerned about his aggressive behavior, problems getting along with …

Meet Casey

Meet Casey*. At 12 years old, Casey was referred to CGC’s Mobile Crisis Intervention Services program after her sister found video recordings on her laptop titled, “My 13 Reasons Why,” which disclosed reasons she intended to kill …