Mission

To ensure a quality system of comprehensive, recovery oriented mental health and addiction services that enhances the quality of life and well being of all residents of Southwest Connecticut.

Contact Us

Southwest Regional Mental Health Board
1 Park Street
Norwalk, CT 06851
(203) 840-1187
E-mail: swrmhb@optonline.net

Topics

Community Conversations

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JOIN THE NATIONAL DIALOGUE ON MENTAL HEALTH

Choose a conversation near you www.HealthyMindsCT.org

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10

www.healthymindsct.org for screening sites

 

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art show

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Mental Health First Aid Training in Norwalk

MHFA Norwalk

Special Support Group for Parents of High School and College Students

If you know a student interested in college who needs extra support please read on:  Gillian Tanz of Laurel House will present information on their Supported Education Program on July 2nd at Norwalk Hospital.  She will discuss the resources available from Laurel House to students with mental heath issues.  Their goal is to help students achieve their educational goals and aspirations with little interruption from their illness.
Supportive Education will be the special topic at the regular Norwalk support group: Just come to the CP2 Conference Room at Norwalk Hospital at 6:30 on July 2nd to be part of it!

 

 

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Family Member Support Meeting, Tuesday, June 25, 2013 Westport

 

The Westport monthly support and resources meeting for family members, friends and caregivers of individuals with mental illness will be held, Tuesday, June 25, 2013, from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. in the Board Room at St. Vincent’s (Hall-Brooke) Behavioral Health Services, 47 Long Lots Road, Westport.  Individuals living with mental illness often attend this meeting and share their insights. 

 

Caring Network Film Series

Watch our videos of true life stories about the journey of mental illness. Women in Recovery Film
Men and Depression Film
Recognizing Your Child's Mental Health Needs
Young Adults and the College Years Film