Treatment Center / Clinic in Hartford, CT

Capitol Region Mental Health Center

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Capitol Region Mental Health Center
Capitol Region Mental Health Center (CRMHC) is a community based mental health center, operated by the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, which provides an array of innovative clinical and community support services to individuals with a psychiatric disability, in many cases with co-occurring problems of substance abuse.

In addition to the function of providing individuals with behavioral health services, CRMHC also collaborates with the Greater Hartford DMHAS-Funded Mental Health Programs that is comprised of 15 non-profit agencies located in Hartford and West Hartford. These agencies work together to provide a comprehensive array of behavioral health services to nearly 3300 individuals and families.

Capitol Region Mental Health Center and the DMHAS-Funded Mental Health Programs serve adults with serious psychiatric disabilities or the co-occurring disorders of psychiatric illness and substance use, 18 years and older who reside in Hartford (Catchment Area 23), West Hartford, Farmington, Avon, Canton and Simsbury (Catchment Are 18).
Our mission is to partner with persons in recovery to ensure access to high quality and culturally competent person-centered behavioral healthcare services

CO-Occurring/General Psychiatry/Medication Management Team
Provides outpatient clinical care care for clients who have been diagnosed with a serious mental health disorder, and may also be dually diagnosed with mental health and substance abuse disorders, have severe trauma histories, behavioral or legal issues. Each team has a Program Director who oversees Licensed Senior Clinicians who supervise clinical staff. Teams provide ongoing support, maintenance medication, home visits and outreach, crisis intervention and stabilization; group-based and family treatment, advocacy, and psychotherapy to clients. The team uses the Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment model, a stagewise treatment approach geared to the client’s readiness to accept services. We use a team approach to provide comprehensive, intensive and continuous services to clients who have been resistant to traditional forms of treatment, are unable to maintain themselves in the community without support, and tend toward high utilization of inpatient services. These are interdisciplinary teams which include psychiatrists, licensed clinicians, psychotherapists, community support specialists, and employment specialists.

The Outpatient Division also provides the following services:
Clozaril clinics for all clients of the Center
Decanoate clinics for all clients of the Center’
Management of the Center’s medication rooms and medication policies and procedures
Management of the laboratory services and policies
Practice Areas
 Counseling / Therapy  Learning Disabilities
 Addiction / Drug Rehab  Life Transitions
 Adolescents  Loneliness
 Anger Management  Marriage & Family Therapy
 Anxiety and Panic  Marriage Counseling
 Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)  Men's Issues
 Bicultural Difficulties  Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
 Body Image Issues  Online / Video / Teletherapy
 Caregiver Issues  Pre and Postpartum Mental Health
 Children's Counseling  Premarital Counseling
 Chronic Illness  Psychoanalysis
 Coronavirus/COVID-19 Issues  Psychological Evaluation / Testing
 Couples Therapy  Relationship Issues
 Depression  Self Esteem Issues
 Divorce  Seniors and Elder Care Issues
 Domestic Violence  Sexual Dysfunction
 Eating Disorders  Stress Management
 Gay or Lesbian Issues  Trauma and PTSD
 Grief and Loss  Women's Issues
 Group Therapy  Work and Career Issues
 Herpes and STD Counseling
410 Capitol Ave.
HartfordCT 06134
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