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Business New Haven: Healthcare Heroes 2015-2016

Monday, April 25, 2016

Providing effective recovery-oriented programs in the mental health field requires both ingenuity and dedication. It is not merely a matter of diagnosis, medication and sending patients on their way; it's about rebuilding a person's life piece by piece, meeting their needs at every stage of the journey, and ensuring that they continue along a path of positive growth. This philosophy is at the heart of Continuum of Care in New Haven and all who work and grow in its network, and their level of commitment is unparalleled. 

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New Haven Register: Continuum of Care to hold grand opening of New Haven facility

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Three decades ago, when Patti Walker took over Continuum of Care it was a small social service organization with financial problems and a limited reach. Today, Walker, the president and CEO of Continuum, runs a $40 million operation that serves some 2,400 clients with serious mental illness, which often leads to homelessness, as well as persons with developmental disabilities.

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Commercial Architecture: Artwork Adds Architectural Personality

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Continuum’s leadership felt their new headquarters should communicate two ideas: the importance of community and the very human need to have a home. Expressing these ideas with new artwork came naturally in project planning, starting early on with the developer, Centerplan, and the design team at Svigals+Partners.

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March 2016 E-Newsletter

Thursday, March 31, 2016


Yale Daily News: Peer support system tackles homelessness

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Continuum of Care, a local organization that provides residential and support services to individuals with psychiatric or developmental disabilities, has launched the yearlong pilot of its Peer Connector program...

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Continuum of Care, Inc. provides comprehensive, community based housing and support services, crisis, case management, in-home healthcare, peer mentoring, and outpatient clinical care for adults with mental illness and/or developmental disabilities.The Agency touches the lives of more than 2,400 individuals annually throughout Connecticut.