Our mission is to support, educate and involve parents as active participants in improving the quality of life for the children of Windham. Founded in 1997 by 15 area parents with the mission of making Windham the best place to raise a family, the Windham Parent Network has come a long way! The network aims to address the needs of area families while engaging parents in the work. We believe that parents have the power to make Windham dynamic and family friendly, plus a safe place to live, learn and grow.
The Anti-Vaping Online Information Dissemination (AVOID) is an online program providing middle and high school students with education and resources regarding vape prevention.
Short Video Clips
The Real Cost: Vaping is an Epidemic (2018)
The Real Cost: Facts are Scary Enough (2020)
TRC: Addiction Isn’t Pretty – Bathroom (2020)
TRC: Addiction Isn’t Pretty – Athletics (2020)
TRC: Addiction Isn’t Pretty – Stealing (2020)
Ad Council: Head Out Of The Cloud (2020)
- QuitGuide by SmokeFree.gov
- MyQuit Coach
- Cessation Nation
Mission: Empowers teens to recognize the truths of the tobacco industry. Provides educational resources and support for quitting.
Text DITCHjuul TO 88709
Become an Ex
Mission: Provide a free digital resource and community to help anyone quit smoking
Text “Quit” to 202-899-7550
The Real Cost campaign
Mission: Educate at-risk youth and teens about the harm of tobacco products
Quitting tools: https://betobaccofree.hhs.gov/tools-help-you-quit
Emergency and Crisis
DIAL 9-1-1 for police, fire, or medical emergency
DIAL 2-1-1 for resource assistance and crisis intervention www.211ct.org
- Basic needs- food, clothing, shelter
- Child care services
- Energy assistance
- Disability services
- Suicide prevention
- Senior services
- Veterans’ services
- Health services
Crisis Textline: Text “home” to 741741
Emergency Mobile Psychiatric Services (EMPS)…………2-1-1 Emergency services including mobile response, psychiatric assessment, medication consultations, short-term medication management, behavioral management services, substance abuse screening and referral to traditional and non-traditional services for any family with a child in crisis. Accessible 24 hours per day/7 days per week/ 365 days per year.
Dating Violence Hotline (Love is Respect) 1-866-331-9474
School Based Health Centers
Windham High School 860-465-2465
Windham Middle School 860-465-2620
Charles H. Barrows STEM Academy: 860-465-2610 (xt. 4610)
Local Youth Resources
True Colors (LGBTQ+) 860-232-0050
Generations Family Health Center 860-423-8426
Windham Youth Services 860-423-4534
Windham PRIDE Coalition 860-207-6630
Local Behavioral Health, Treatment and Recovery Services
Backus Hospital, Center for Mental Health (860) 823 6321 The outpatient component of the full continuum of care in the Department of Psychiatric Services, providing individual and group assessments and therapy sessions, as well as medication evaluation and treatment visits.
Catholic Charities www.ccfsn.org Norwich (860) 889-8346 Willimantic (860) 423-7065 Assessments, counseling, medication management, crisis intervention, adolescent substance abuse, emergency services, parenting education
Community Health Resources (CHR) www.chrhealth.org 1(877)-884-3571
Comprehensive array of mental health, substance abuse, child welfare, supportive housing, foster care, prevention and wellness programs and integrated care services to children, adults and families in Central and Eastern Connecticut
Connecticut Community for Addiction Recover (CCAR) 1-(866)-205-9770 (860)-244-CCAR
CCAR is a centralized resource in CT for all things recovery. Whether you are contemplating a life in recovery, are new to recovery or are in long term recovery, CCAR is here to help you to navigate the recovery community, by connecting you with others in recovery and providing access to area support services.
Windham Recovery Community Center, 713 Main St., Willimantic, CT 06226 (860) 423-7088
Day Kimball Behavioral Health Center
320 Pomfret Street, Putnam, CT 06260
Options: Adult outpatient, child/adolescent outpatient, crisis care, inpatient
Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services
(DMHAS) Opioid and Heroin treatment …..… 1 (800) 563-4086
Martin House (Main Line) …………………………… (860) 889-6150
Recovery for Life ……………………………………….. (860) 886-1200
Provides mental health services, inpatient hospitalization, outpatient clinical services, 24-hour emergency care, day treatment. And Substance abuse services including, counseling, ambulatory care, residential detoxification, long-term care, long-term rehabilitation, intensive and intermediate residential services, methadone or chemical maintenance, outpatient, partial hospitalization, and aftercare.
Department of Veterans Affairs-Veterans Recovery Center (860) 616-3600
Offers Intensive Outpatient Program followed by individualized services. Available to veterans with substance use disorders. Admissions are voluntary. National Guard and Reserve members are also welcome.
Generations Family Health Center Main line: 860-450-7471 Behavioral Health Center: (860) 450-0585 www.genhealth.org
Generations provides a full continuum of primary health care, oral health care, behavioral health care and case management and support services for people of all ages through sites in Willimantic, Norwich, Putnam and Danielson. Behavioral Health services include: Outpatient therapy, medication evaluation, medication management, psychological and intelligence testing, psychiatric evaluations
Harrington Health Center (508) 765-9167 www.harringtonhospital.org
Putnam Satellite Office, offering Child and Family Services
Harrington’s Department of Mental Health offers a variety of therapy, counseling and medication management treatment plans for all ages. We take the time to develop a case plan tailored to your specific needs and environment.
Intercommunity Addiction Services Division (formerly ADRC) www.intercommunityct.org
Provides outpatient, residential, recovery supports, and medication assisted treatment. Intensive care provided with Mount Sinai 860 714 3500. Mental health and Addiction services: 860-569-5900 and follow prompts
Mental Health Connecticut www.mhconn.org
Established in 1908,MHC is one of the nation’s oldest nonprofit mental health agencies with a mission of partnering with individuals, families, and communities to create environments that support long-term health and wellness. Phone: 860-529-1970 firstname.lastname@example.org
Natchaug Hospital (860) 456-1311 www.natchaug.org
Provides an array of mental illness and substance abuse services to adolescents to adults, including residential, outpatient, hospitalization, medication assisted treatment, alternative school programs, and more.
Perception Programs (860) 450-0151 www.perceptionprograms.org
Provides mental health and addiction services for adults, with Spanish speaking staff available. Provides outpatient treatment, residential treatment, recovery services, community justice, and supportive housing
Reliance Health, Inc. (860) 887-6536 www.reliancehouse.org
Enhances health through mental wellness. Provides community programs, career services, education, clinical services, supported living, housing resources, service coordination, veteran’s support services, and homeless outreach.
Root Center for Advanced Recovery (860) 456-7990 www.rootcenter.org
(a trade name of The Hartford Dispensary)
54-56 Boston Post Road
Willimantic, CT 06226
The Root Center provides a continuum of behavioral healthcare services to help individuals struggling with substance use disorders. Our purpose is to create relationships that empower the courage and ability to change.
Rushford Center, Inc. 1(877) 577-3233 www.rushford.org
Provides services to children, adults, and families dealing with substance use and mental health issues. Addiction outpatient and residential programs are available.
Southeastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (SCADD) …. (860) 437-2383
Lebanon Pines……………………………………………… (860) 889-1717
Outpatient Intensive Program……………………….(860) 899-3178
Acute Care & Evaluation (Detox)………………….. (860) 447-1717
Women’s Halfway House……………………………… (860) 442-1017
Men’s Halfway House Norwich………………………………….. (860) 889-3414
Men’s Halfway House New London …………………………… (860) 447-8021
Provides outpatient, residential, detoxification programs, and counseling and case management services for both men and women.
Southeastern Mental Health Authority (SMHA)
Crisis Line: (860) 886-9302
Phone: (860) 859-4500
SMHA is both a provider of behavioral services and administers all Department of Mental Health Addiction Services (DMHAS) contract funded behavioral health services. Provides access to a continuum of treatment and support services.
Stonington Institute 1(800) 832-1022 www.stoningtoninstitute.com
Provides detox, inpatient, residential, partial hospital and outpatient mental health and substance abuse services to adults.
The Connection 1(855) 435-7955 www.theconnectioninc.org
Provides residential, outpatient and community-based services including, behavioral health clinics, gambling-specific treatment programs, state-mandated driving-while-intoxicated and drug education programs.
United Community & Family Services www.ucfs.org Griswold: (860) 376-7040 Norwich: (860) 892-7042
Comprehensive mental health and addiction services for adults, children and families. Outpatient and community-based behavioral health evaluation and treatment services including individual and family therapy.
Bettor Choice Program www.ucfs.org (860) 823-3094
Outpatient treatment of compulsive or problem gambling
United Services www.unitedservicesct.org
Dayville (860) 774-2020
Mansfield (860) 456-2261
Wauregan (860) 564-6100
Mental Health Emergency Services (860) 774-2020
Domestic Violence Hotlines: (860) 465-9476 or (860) 774-8648
Provides a comprehensive array of outpatient mental health services for children, young adults and adults; and addiction recovery outpatient services for the individual, group & family. Spanish speaking services available.
Youth Challenge of Connecticut Inc. (860) 728-5199 www.youthchallenge.org
Provides transitional substance use, mental health and case management services to adult men, in a residential setting.
- Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Alanon, Alateen
1-866-STEPS12 or 1-866-783-7712
In Connecticut: https://ct-aa.org/
- Cocaine Anonymous (CA)
- Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
- NarAnon Family Group
- Statewide Narcotics Task Force
(860) 442-9491 or text TIP711 with info to 274637
- Gambler’s Anonymous Hotline Website
CT hotline: 855-2CALLGA (855-222-5542)
- National Problem Gambling hotline: 800.522.4700
Transportation to Treatment, Access Line: 1 (800) 563-4086