Mental Health
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Checking Up on Mental Health

Mental health and wellness affect your daily living and how you handle stress. Healthy living is within reach. You have from professionals, family, friends, and other people who care. Connecticut provides mental health services for residents in crisis or in need of ongoing medical help.

You Matter to Us

Mental health matters. Anxiety, depression, and other mental health conditions are common. 1 in 5 U.S. adults experiences mental illness each year. You may be looking for a crisis line, housing, inpatient care, or addiction recovery. We have resources to help you move forward.

Behavioral Health
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Behavioral Health
Behavioral and mental health are important parts of your health. CT has resources to help adults and children.
Living with Addiction
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Drug Use Prevention
Drug use or addiction can dramatically affect your health. There is hope for recovery.
Safe Housing
Safe Housing
Sleep Better
Everyone deserves a safe place to sleep. Get help with housing and energy bills.
  • Housing and Homeless Services 
    People experiencing homelessness or a housing emergency can find help through the state.
  • Energy Assistance 
    The Connecticut Energy Assistance Program (CEAP) helps CT residents afford to heat their homes.
  • Fair Housing 
    In Connecticut, you have a right to choose where to live without fear of discrimination.
Free Mental Health Help
Learn about free mental health help you can access online, over the phone, or in person, including 24/7 crisis lines, online videos, and local events, support groups, and classes.