Get Help With Mental Health, Recovery & More
CRT’s high-quality health and wellness programs help people of all backgrounds gain better mental and physical health, lead sober lives and thrive. We offer substance use and mental health treatment in both outpatient and intensive settings, with clinical services available in the community and at mental health clinics. Telemedicine options are also available. CRT accepts most insurance plans, with grants and other assistance available to many people who are uninsured or under-insured. Our counselors can help those who speak Spanish, Cambodian, Mandarin, Vietnamese and English. All patients are seen within a week of referral.
Assistance With Health >
Asian Family Services (Get counseling with interpretation)
Behavioral Health Services (Get help with mental health & recovery)
Fatherhood Initiative (Get support to become a better dad)
Health Navigator (Get help finding health insurance)
HIV Services (Get free, confidential HIV testing, counseling & prevention)
Homeless Outreach (Get behavioral health support)
Medication-Assisted Treatment Program (Get opioid recovery treatment)
Re-Entry Recovery Services (Get counseling & treatment after prison)
Women’s Empowerment Center (Get holistic support & mentorship)
CRT’s Behavioral Health Services has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval.
Joint Commission accreditation and certification means our organization complies with the highest national standards for safety and quality of care and is committed to continually improving patient care.
“I see the positive impact of CRT’s Behavioral Health program. Accredited by the Joint Commission, CRT has dedicated and professional behavioral health staff that provide the best services available.”
Community Renewal Team, Inc. is the designated Community Action Agency for Middlesex and Hartford Counties and is the largest non-profit provider of human services in Connecticut. The agency’s mission is Preparing Our Community to Meet Life’s Challenges. The mission is achieved each day by helping people and families become self-sufficient while making sure basic needs are met. CRT’s programs include Meals on Wheels, school readiness, energy assistance and weatherization, supportive housing and shelters, and many others, serving people in more than 60 cities and towns in both our core catchment area and throughout Connecticut. www.crtct.org