- Advocacy Unlimited
Advocacy Unlimited offers comprehensive recovery and advocacy education and training for persons with, or in recovery from, psychiatric disabilities or co-occurring disorders.
- Affordable Colleges Online
Affordable Colleges Online provides free higher education tools for current and future college students and their families. Many nonprofit online programs offer flexibility and lower tuition prices. Information is provided on accredited, not-for-profit institutions' online programs, sorted by affordability; scholarship and financial aid options for Connecticut students; and including information on institutions' online learning philosophy.
- Competencies for Substance Abuse Treatment Clinical Supervisors
This publication provides lists of the competencies necessary for effective supervision in substance abuse treatment programs. It also provides administrators with guidelines for implementing supervisory training.
- Connecticut 211
2-1-1 is Connecticut’s free information and referral service, supported by the State of Connecticut and Connecticut United Ways.,
- Connecticut Certification Board
The Connecticut Certification Board, Inc. (CCB) is an independent nonprofit organization that offers certain behavioral health care credentials.
- Connecticut Clearinghouse
Connecticut Clearinghouse, a program of Wheeler Clinic’s Connecticut Center for Prevention, Wellness and Recovery, is a statewide library and resource center for information on substance use and mental health disorders, prevention and health promotion, treatment and recovery, wellness and other related topics.
- Connecticut Community Colleges' Health Career Academy
The Academy is an online resource for students interested in health care careers. Health career information from all 12 community colleges and partner agencies promotes professional development and helps students make informed educational and training decisions.
- Connecticut Network of Care for Behavioral Health
This website is a resource for individuals, families and agencies concerned with behavioral health. It provides information about services, laws, and related news, as well as communication tools and other features. It is maintained by state and private partners committed to promoting access to behavioral health care information for all residents of Connecticut.
- Connecticut State Government
This is the online Connecticut State Government portal.
- Continuing Education Webinars: Assessing Quality of Care and Counselor Competency, Part 1
Each of the webinars provided through The Yale Group on Workforce Development may be found in this section. Simply click on the webinar and view it! All trainings are managed by Yale as part of Connecticut’s Mental Health Transformation State Incentive Grant.
- Continuing Education Webinars: Assessing Quality of Care and Counselor Competency, Part 2
- Essential Learning LMS
Essential Learning, based in San Diego, Calif., is among the largest providers of e-learning services to behavioral health, substance abuse, developmental disability, and child welfare organizations nationwide.
- Families United
Families United for Children's Mental Health is a Connecticut support and advocacy group, run by and for families of children and youth with emotional, behavioral or mental health needs.
- Focus on Recovery - United (FOR-U)
Based in Middletown, CT, Focus On Recovery-United, Inc. (FOR-U) offers training and education to promote positive change for adults, families, and communities. FOR-U managed the CT Recovery Employment Consultation Service (C-RECS).
- Global Implementation Conference
Information on the July 2011 Washington, DC Global Implementation Conference, "The Science and Practice of Using Science in Practice"
- Health Careers in Connecticut - The H.O.T. Guide
H.O.T. - Health Occupations and Technology - Careers in CT, prepared by the Connecticut AHEC (Area Health Education Center) Program, is a comprehensive guide to Connecticut health and biotechnology careers. Links are provided to the 5 CT AHECs.
- Health Careers in Connecticut - The H.O.T. Guide
H.O.T. - Health Occupations and Technology - Careers in CT, prepared by the Connecticut AHEC (Area Health Education Center) Program, is a comprehensive guide to Connecticut health and biotechnology careers. Links are also provided to the five CT AHEC programs.
- How to Avoid Ethical Mistakes in Supervision - Part 1 (video)
- How to Avoid Ethical Mistakes in Supervision - Part 2 (video)
- KidsMentalHealthInfo Website
This site offers mental health resource information for parents, caregivers, providers and policy-makers. It is maintained by the Child Health and Development Institute of Connecticut and staffed by the Connecticut Center for Effective Practice.
- Mental Health First Aid
Mental Health First Aid is a public education program that helps the public identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. Mental Health First Aid USA is managed, operated, and disseminated by the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare, the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, and the Missouri Department of Mental Health.
NAMI is a national organization offering support, education, advocacy and research.to improve the lives of individuals and families affected by mental illness.
NAMI-CT is a statewide member organization which, with its local affiliates, provides support to families and consumers who face the challenges of living with mental illnesses.
- National Implementation Research Network
The National Implementation Research Network website offers information and resources on implementation science.
- National Implementation Research Network Publications and Resources
Resources and publications of the National Implementation Research Network
- National Wraparound Initiative
The NWI works to promote understanding about the components and benefits of Wraparound, and to provide resources to facilitate high quality and consistent Wraparound implementation.
- State of Connecticut Bureau of Rehabilitation Services
The State Bureau of Rehabilitation Services (BRS) is a division of the Connecticut Department of Social Services that provides two essential programs to Connecticut citizens: Disability Determination Services and the Vocational Rehabilitation Program.
- State of Connecticut Department of Administrative Services (DAS)
The Department of Administrative Services provides state level human resources and personnel services. DAS also contracts with Connecticut community colleges for state employee training.
- State of Connecticut Department of Labor
The Connecticut Department of Labor (DOL) seeks to protect and promote the interests of Connecticut workers and helps to develop and maintain the economic health of the state.
- State of Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services Office of Multicultural Affairs
The goal of the DMHAS Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) is to assure that cultural competence is an integral component of all services that DMHAS provides for people of every ethnic/cultural group.
- State of Connecticut DMHAS Co-Occurring Disorders Initiative
This website provides relevant program, guidelines and competencies information for the DMHAS Co-Occurring Disorders Initiative.
- Supervision in Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment
This site provides clinicians with information related to Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment and the role of supervision in supporting this evidence-based practice (EBP).
- United States Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association (USPRA)
USPRA aims to implement state-of-the-art psychiatric rehabilitation and recovery-oriented practices through education, professional credentialing, research, service outcomes, and networking.
Wheeler Clinic is an independent, not-for-profit, community-based organization that provides a comprehensive continuum of mental health, substance abuse recovery and famiily-related services in Central Connecticut.,