Behavioral & Mental Health

Hospital of Central Connecticut Clinics & Locations:

THOCC New Britain Campus Listing Photo

New Britain General Campus

The New Britain General Campus opened in 1899 and has grown into a dynamic, acute-care teaching facility. Our reputation as a leading healthcare provider enables us to attract outstanding talent and acquire leading technology to remain firmly committed to our mission to provide outstanding care to our community.

Counseling Center

Outpatient Psychiatry and Behavioral Health

All programs include ongoing psychiatric evaluation and medication management. Clinical and administrative staff are fully bilingual and culturally competent. All insurances are accepted. 

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98 Main Street, Southington

The Counseling Center

The Counseling Center provides comprehensive group and individual outpatient mental health services and substance abuse treatment close to home.

Other Hartford HealthCare Locations:

Natchaug Listing Detail


Natchaug Hospital is the key provider of a regional system of care for children, adolescents and adults who are living with mental illness and substance abuse problems.

Rushford Listing Detail


At Rushford, the challenges of addiction and mental health issues are met by the passion of specialists who treat every client with care, compassion and respect — throughout their time with us, and even after.

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The Institute of Living

The Institute of Living (IOL) is one of America's leading not-for-profit centers for comprehensive patient care, research and education in the fields of behavioral, psychiatric and addiction disorders.

Behavioral & Mental Health

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