The pandemic has had a profound effect on mental health.
To help address some of that impact, Wheeler, which provides mental health services to children and adults at five clinics in Connecticut, has received a two-year $5 million grant to expand its services.
The non-profit organization, which provides mental health services at its clinics in Bristol, Hartford, New Britain, Plainville, and Waterbury, will use the grant money “to expand capacity to meet increasing demand for behavioral health services for adults and children,” said Sabrina Trocchi, Ph.D, MPA, and president and CEO of Wheeler.
“The unprecedented pandemic and its resulting effects—uncertainty, social isolation, and economic distress—have had a profound impact on ment...
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