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DMHAS – DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH & ADDICTION SERVICES

The Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) promotes and administers recovery-oriented services in the areas of mental health[…..]

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KNOW YOUR TOWN CARDS – KYT CARDS

COMMUNITY ANSWERS popular bookmarks.  Containing useful local Greenwich town information.

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QUALIESSENCE

QualiEssence offers personalized services designed to make senior clients feel cared for, respected, and supported and allows them to live[…..]

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KIDS IN CRISIS

Founded in 1978 as the Greenwich Youth Shelter, this private, nonprofit organization provides crisis counseling, intervention, emergency shelter, and community[…..]

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PASSPORT HEALTH

Passport Health provides travel immunizations and medicine.

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SPECIAL DAD’S NIGHT OUT

Begun in 2001, this is a group of fathers with special needs kids (Down Syndrome, Autism, etc)  in Southwest Fairfield[…..]

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ACCESS INDEPENDENCE

Established in 1981, as the Disability Resource Center of Fairfield County, Access Independence is now one of five Centers for[…..]

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NEIGHBOR TO NEIGHBOR

Neighbor to Neighbor is a private, nonsectarian nonprofit organization founded in 1975 which improves lives through the exchange of food,[…..]

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CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Founded in 1978, CT DPH’s mission is to protect and improve the health and safety of the people of Connecticut[…..]

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ABILIS

Abilis (ABLE-ISS), a nonprofit, United Way agency previously was known as Greenwich ARC. It began in Greenwich in 1951, when[…..]

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BISHOP CURTIS HOMES OF GREENWICH

Opened in 1984, this federally subsidized apartment complex provides low-income independent housing for qualified persons 62 years and older and for persons[…..]

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COMMUNITIES 4 ACTION

Communities 4 Action is a regional resource to support local initiatives. They provide information and support on substance misuse through speakers,[…..]

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