Behavioral Health

Catholic Charities is a leader in providing culturally and linguistically competent behavioral health services to adults, children, adolescents, and families across our region.

Through individual or group therapy, our clinicians are able to address problems associated with substance abuse, depression, anxiety, anger management, trauma, grief and loss, and other mental health issues.

If you or someone you know would benefit from talking to someone, please reach out today.

To continue serving our community during the COVID-19 crisis, we have expanded our capacity for telehealth and appointments by phone.

  • Hartford (860) 527-1124
  • Milford (203) 874-6270
  • New Haven (203) 787-2207
  • Torrington (860) 482-5558
  • Waterbury (203) 755-1196

Here are just a few examples of our work:

Child Guidance Clinics

Each of our behavioral health offices is a licensed Child Guidance Clinic that promotes sound and culturally competent mental health and skills development for children and youths.

Intensive In-Home Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Service (IICAPS)

IICAPS addresses the comprehensive needs of children with psychiatric disorders whose families need assistance in managing their behaviors to keep them safe in the home and community. The goal of IICAPS to help stabilize children and their families so that the child can remain in the community and be able to use more traditional services such as outpatient therapy in order to thrive. IICAPS will work with the family to support the child with their individual needs, the needs of the family, the child’s needs in school and in the community.

For more information on IICAPS, please contact Melissa Henry, LMFT, Community Program Coordinator at (860) 297-7791.

Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Clinical and Case Management Program

VOCA provides holistic supportive services for victims of crime to encourage safety and resiliency. VOCA Case Managers support the personal growth and emotional healing of victims through assistance with Victims Compensation Process; advocacy and emotional support; connection to resources like counseling, housing assistance, child care, transportation, etc.; and crisis intervention and safety planning.

For eligible individuals, VOCA provides free case management and clinical support for victims of a number of crimes, including sexual abuse or assault; domestic and/or family violence; bullying (cyber, physical, or verbal); physical abuse or neglect of a child; physical abuse of neglect of an elder; stalking or harassment; survivors of homicide victims; teen dating victimization; and more.

To be eligible, one of the following must be true: The victimization occurred in Connecticut; the victim lived in Connecticut when the victimization occurred; and/or the victim lives in Connecticut at the time services are sought.

For more information on VOCA, please contact, or reach out by phone to one of the following offices where this program is offered:

  • Hartford (860) 527-1124
  • Milford (203) 874-6270
  • Torrington (860) 482-5558
  • Waterbury (203) 755-1196

Genoa Healthcare Pharmacy

Genoa Healthcare operates a pharmacy at our Institute for the Hispanic Family at 45 Wadsworth Street in Hartford, which is open and ready to serve our Behavioral Health clients and others from the community, including if meeting with your doctor by phone or video.

The pharmacy:

  • Fills ALL medications (not just for our Behavioral Health clients)
    • Mails all medications (at no extra cost), offers FREE delivery or you can pick them up at curbside
    • Organizes pills based on the date and time you need to take them, making it easy to stay on track
    • Helps you transfer prescriptions from other pharmacies

Please contact a Genoa pharmacist at (860) 920-5433.