CMHA is On the Move
We are excited to announce that CMHA has purchased the building at 227 Main Street in New Britain.
Following 18 months of renovations, our administration and programs staff from across New Britain will relocate to this space in the heart of downtown New Britain.
Read more about the move in these New Britain Herald articles:
Beacon Leads the Way as 5K Sponsor
Thank you to Beacon Prescriptions of New Britain, who will be the lead sponsor of CMHA's Run for Recovery for the third year in a row! Owner Todd DeGroff is a member of CMHA's board, and we're proud to partner with Todd and his team to care for our clients.
CMHA's Run for Recovery: Bee a Champion for Mental Health is on June 10 at CCSU. Click here to register.
Beacon Prescriptions Manager Karen D'Arco, CMHA President & CEO Ray Gorman, and Beacon Prescriptions Owner Todd DeGroff.
Bee a Champion for Mental Health
CMHA is partnering with the New Britain Bees for a Run for Recovery to support mental health!
Saturday, June 10, 2017
New Britain Stadium
230 John Karbonic Way
The event will include a 5K run/walk, a Fun Run for the kids, and tons of family-friendly activities.
Walkers are welcome!
All proceeds support CMHA's programs and services to provide vital mental health care for children, adults and families, most of whom cannot afford to pay for treatment.
Registration fees: $35 for adults, $25 for walkers, and $20 for children.
CMHA Honors Senator Chris Murphy
CMHA presented a Partner in Recovery award to Senator Chris Murphy for his advocacy and commitment in crafting the new Mental Health Reform Act at Murphy’s gathering to celebrate the passage of the bill at Hartford's Lyceum. From left: Program Officer Danielle Ebrahimi, President & CEO Ray Gorman, Senator Chris Murphy, Executive Vice President/CFO Mary Gilhuly, Chief Program Officer Victor Incerti, and Vice President of Planning and Performance Improvement Marie Mormile-Mehler.
CMHA Celebrates at 2016 Annual Meeting
More than 150 staff, funders, and community leaders celebrated at CMHA's annual meeting on October 20 at Casa Mia at the Hawthorne in Berlin, CT.
The event featured the election of new board of directors members and officers, Partner in Recovery award presentations, and guest speaker Ann Baldwin of Baldwin Media.
Partner in Recovery award recipients included US Senator Richard Blumenthal for his work to combat the opiate crisis in Connecticut; US Senator Chris Murphy for his partnership in advancing mental health legislation; the Petit Family Foundation for their continued funding of programs to treat clients affected by trauma; Hartford Steam Boiler, Adapt Pharma, and Mohawk Northeast for their sponsorship of CMHA’s 2016 Run for Recovery; and local stylists Travis Angelo and Taramarie Nocera for providing Haircuts of Hope for CMHA clients.
CMHA President & CEO Ray Gorman, Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) Commissioner Miriam Delphin-Rittmon, and US Senator Richard Blumenthal.