1. Enseñando a Nuestros Niños a Pensar (Raising a Thinking Child)

    El Valor, a non-profit community-based organization, was founded in 1973 by a mother with a special needs child. Her dream of a bicultural and bilingual rehabilitation center began in the basement of a community church. El Valor, which means courage, has grown into a multicultural, multipurpose organization that reaches thousands of families locally and...
  2. Connecticut Latino Behavioral Health System: Expanding Culturally Relevant Treatment Alternatives

    The overarching goal of the Connecticut Latino Behavioral Health System (CT LBHS) is improved behavioral health care through the permanent expansion and enhancement of culturally relevant treatment alternatives for the Latino population of Connecticut. The Hispanic Clinic of the Connecticut Mental Health Center functions as the coordinating anchor for the CT...
  3. Proyecto Nueva Vida

    Proyecto Nueva Vida works to reduce barriers to behavioral healthcare among Latinos in Bridgeport and surrounding communities. Proyecto Nueva Vida is the result of a coalition between three agencies: CASA, Optimum (formerly Bridgeport Mental Health Center), and the CO-OP Center. Population of focus Latino adults and families About Proyecto Nueva Vida takes “a holistic approach”...