Recovery Support

Continuum’s Recovery Support programs are a testament to the organization’s commitment to caring for the whole person. These programs aim to stabilize the lives and boost the overall wellbeing of individuals with serious mental illness and intellectual disabilities through clinical care, wellness programming, financial and housing assistance, and a variety of resources that help them rebuild their lives.

South Central Peer Services (SCPS)

SCPS runs four programs for individuals who have a history of mental illness, addiction or homelessness. In addition to helping individuals find housing and rebuild their lives, these programs train and employ people in recovery so they can help others. Read more

Working for Integration, Support & Empowerment (W.I.S.E.)

W.I.S.E. is a mental health waiver program, operated by the Department of Mental Health and Addictions Services (DMHAS) and the Department of Social Services (DSS) for Medicaid individuals with serious mental illness who either live in a nursing home, are at risk of going into, or are already residing in a nursing home care facility. Read more 

Dixwell-Newhallville Community Mental Health Services (DNCMHS)

DNCMHS, which merged with Continuum in November 2015, was a private, non-profit organization providing mental health services primarily to the Dixwell and Newhallville communities as well as to other low-income families in the greater New Haven area. The clinic offers psychiatric, early childhood, positive youth development, family counseling, job training, family life education, family support services, and a camp for children ages 5-13 primarily living in the Dixwell and Newhallville neighborhoods. Read more

Community Support/Recovery Pathways (CS/RP)

The Community Support/Recovery Pathways program offers mental health and substance use rehabilitation services to help individuals throughout the Greater New Haven area achieve and maintain the highest degree of independent functioning. Read more

Wellness Program

People with serious mental illness die 25 years earlier than the general population. Continuum of Care’s Wellness Program addresses these critical health conditions through program-level exercise activities and healthful eating initiatives along with community gardening. 

Continuum Help at Home

Continuum Help at Home is our new personal care and homemaker/companion agency that offers hourly and live-in staff who provide high quality and compassionate non-medical assistance to help adults live safely and comfortably at home. Read more

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.