Welcome to HCTC!
Our Mission...

HCTC shall create a non-violent and drug free environment through the coordination and collaboration of services, promotion of education, healthy lifestyles, and practices and by the formation of effective partnerships with key members of the community.

OUR PROGRAMS

Child & Adult Clinical Services (CACS)

The goal of the Child & Adult Clinical Services (CACS) is to assist clients in identifying their problems and solutions. The CACS program helps children, adults and their families work toward regaining emotional and psychological balance.  CACS provides diagnostic evaluation and ongoing behavioral health treatment for children five to 18 years old and adults, age 18 years and older.

Our specialists include clinical social workers, medical social workers, case managers, behavioral and crisis intervention specialist and educational consultants. CACS also serves as a training site for graduate students from several universities.

CACS uses a range of evidence-based treatment models. Therapists have also been trained in a variety of trauma informed models to address some conditions such as:  depression, anxiety, and difficulty with interpersonal relationships, loss, crisis, trauma, problems in school, and other behaviors.

Services

  • Adult Individual and Group Therapy
  • Couples and Families Therapy
  • Clinical Assessments/ Psychological Testing
  • Case Management
  • Children and Adolescent Therapy
  • Children and Adolescent Group Therapy
  • Trauma Informed Therapy
  • Medication Consultation and Management
  • Therapy available in Spanish
  • School Consultation and Collaboration
  • Therapeutic Mentoring/Mentoring

We accept the following Insurance:  Anthem Blue Cross/ Blue Shield, Cigna, and HUSKY Health

Phone: 860-724-1223
Director: Roxanne Ellis-Denby, LCSW, LMSW, LPN
Location: 2550-Main Street, 3rd, Floor, Hartford, Ct. 06120

 

1st C.L.A.S.S. Program
Hartford Crisis Response Team
Training & Technical Assistance
Therapeutic Mentoring & Youth Development
Leadership Development & Community Engagement

HCTC's Mentoring Program is credited and highlighted by leading analyst firm Social Capital Valuations.

HCTC's Mentoring Program is credited of ‘a return on taxpayers’ investment of $4.34 for every $1.00 invested in the program’ by leading analyst firm Social Capital Valuations (SCV). Using data from a University of Washington study on Communities That Care, SCV was able to credit HCTC with cost savings associated with students’ decreased involvement with the criminal justice system and decreased victimization. 

The report also highlighted the added benefits of HCTC's program for both the participating students and the community. High school graduates earn higher incomes than their peers who drop out. The added income, of course benefits the graduates. However, it also benefits the community economically, by increasing tax revenue and decreasing public assistance costs.

Hartford Communities That Care partnership to create 12-week Youth Leadership Academy.


The Greater Hartford Youth Council of the NAACP, Greater Hartford Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance, and Hartford Communities That Care to create 12-week Youth Leadership Academy to examine "The Intersection of Education, Poverty, Trauma, and Violence".

The 12-week Youth Leadership Academy will focus on research, critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills. Youth will perform research to identify resources to mitigate the effects of violence and trauma exposure among youth. They will learn about the history and culture of the neighborhoods in Hartford. Concurrently, in celebration of the Greater Hartford NAACP’s 100th Year Anniversary; the youth will learn about the history, role, and relevance of the NAACP and relate these items to current conditions and challenges.

For additional information, contact Andrew Woods, Co-Advisor of the Greater Hartford Youth Council, at (860) 209-8957 or by email.  

Click here to download a copy of the report "CYCLE OF RISK: THE INTERSECTION OF POVERTY, VIOLENCE, AND TRAUMA".

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Hartford Communities That Care

2550 Main Street, Third Floor, Hartford, CT 06120

P (860) 724-1223

F (860) 724-1225

info@hartfordctc.org

www.hartfordctc.org

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