You are not alone. There is a meeting near you where you are welcome. Find out more about the support
CMHA, with over 45 years of experience in providing comprehensive, high-quality care for individuals and families, understands that an individual is more likely to maintain their Recovery if they have a support network. That is why CMHA is proud to be a leading member of The New Britain H.O.P.E. Initiative, as it takes a large-scale supportive role to the entire community in an effort to encourage open discussion of substance abuse and ultimately reduce overdose deaths in our city.
To learn more about us and the other ways in which we are helping support our community, please visit our website cmhacc.org or check out or social media (@CMHACT).
The Constitution State believes in fairness and equal justice. But the most vulnerable members of our communities can't afford the legal help they need in life-changing situations.
Poor people charged with a crime have a right to a free public defender. But for most other kinds of cases, low-income people do not have a government-funded lawyer.
Without legal help, many vulnerable people don't know their rights or can't access the justice system to protect their basic needs - like safety, health, housing, employment, and education. The most recent study in Connecticut found that people below the poverty line face hundreds of thousands of serious legal problems each year - and that, too often, they don't know where to turn for help. That's where CLS steps in to make a difference.
Connecticut Legal Services
16 Main St. New Britain, CT 06052