We believe that children are the future of our community and that the strength of a community depends on healthy, nurtured children who become productive adults. Family involvement plays a critical role in the development of a child's emotional and physical health. Our goal is to support, strengthen, and preserve the family unit, whenever possible.
We understand that all families need help sometimes. There are families who simply need guidance and advice to get through a rough period. Other families under severe stress can feel trapped, hopeless, and alone. We are here for all of them. We offer advice, counseling, support groups, and education through programs and services offered by our:
No matter what your family needs, we are here to support you and your children. No concern is too big or too small, so please contact us at the Bridge.
- 45%of caregivers reported they have unhealthy behaviors, including managing stress and getting enough sleep.
- Chronic conditions like mental illness, substance abuse, and physical disabilities make it difficult for some to maintain housing and employment.
- Annually, more than 14,000 people—including 2,500 children—become homeless in CT.
You can find many resources for families in our family resources centers.Youth and Family Services
Offering counseling for children and families.