Kensington Gardens, Coming May 2022

NEW HOME FOR RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS AT CMHAboard team
 
CMHA has provided 24/7 residential care to some of the state's most vulnerable individuals for over two decades. Our clients deserve the best care available, and that is why CMHA is incredibly proud to unveil Kensington Gardens, the future home of two of our residential programs.
 
President & CEO Raymond J. Gorman, while showing the space to State Representative William A. Petit, Jr., CMHA Board Members, and client families, remarked: “Family members and the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services have entrusted us with the care of these individuals, and we’re so pleased to be able to provide them with a new home that’s spacious, welcoming, and tailored to their needs.”
 
 “I’ve been working with CMHA’s residential programs for 17 years," said Ann Lavoie, Program Officer, "and these clients are very near and dear to my heart. The sense of pride and ownership the residents will have as they collaborate with us on the design and transition process from start to finish [to create this] beautiful new facility with more space and privacy, will have such a positive impact on their recovery."
 
CMHA plans to remodel the former convalescent home on Clinic Drive with the help of Shepley Bulfinch architects of Hartford and TBI Construction of New Britain. Build out and construction will begin next month with a goal of May 2022 for full occupancy.Porcher and Lavoie reviewing plans with conservators
 
This project has been long in the making, and would not have been possible without the dedication and incredible efforts of CMHA's Residential staff and Senior Leadership Team. Thanks to their collective efforts, we now look forward to designing this space and watching it transform into a beautiful, welcoming facility.
 
Read more about CMHA's latest project in The New Britain Herald here.
 
 

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