HBH’s mental health and substance abuse services to adults, including psychotherapy, psychiatric evaluations & medication monitoring.

As a non-profit organization, we are driven by our mission and take pride in our commitment to individuals and families receiving services, providers, and payers.  Our focus on excellence in all aspects of our business means that funding agencies get better results for their program dollars, service providers in our network have decreased burden in operations, and individuals and families receive the best possible care.

Frequently addressed issues include grief & loss, trauma, depression & anxiety, couples & family relationships and recovery supports.


Hartford Behavioral Health would like to announce that we are currently accepting new referrals to our Child Outpatient Clinic!
If you are currently working with school-age children, who you believe may benefit from therapeutic services, Hartford Behavioral Health is ready for your call.


Project S.A.V.E (Stop Abuse & Violence; Empowerment)
Healing, Justice, Recovery and Hope
Funded by the State of Connecticut Judicial Branch Office of Victim Services Spanish Domestic and/or family violence
Sexual assault (adults)
Child abuse
Underserved crimes, including  
assault, hate crimes, DUI/DWI,
survivors of homicide victims,  
robbery, burglary, etc.
* Individual Counseling
* Group Counseling
* Family Counseling
* Case Management
* Advocacy
* Bilingual Staff
No Fees or Insurance Needed


HBH provides therapy and related victim services (personal advocacy, psychiatric services, and medication management) to adult and child survivors of homicide victims throughout the State of Connecticut as part of OVS's Counseling Services to Families of Homicide Victims Project. Scope of Services include:

• Provide mental health services for adult and child survivors of homicide victims, including psycho-education regarding victimization and trauma (using a combination of cognitive, relational and psycho-dynamic therapies).
• Provide advocacy, referrals, and assistance regarding victimization-related needs for emergency food, clothing, social services, transportation, housing/shelter, education, cultural/recreational programming, legal assistance, medical issues, law enforcement issues, financial assistance, and benefits, etc., as needed.
• Provide ongoing assistance in exercising rights and remedies with other agencies, as needed.
• Provide ongoing assistance in submitting applications to the OVS Victim Compensation Program and referral of clients to appropriate community-based services to provide a continuum of care.

Your donation will help in providing positive change for the community members who need it the most.