2,000 clients served each year - not simply surviving, but really thriving!

Offering supportive environments in our 55 group homes, crisis centers, and supported living homes across CT

500 homeless or institutionalized found new homes      

500 people find their path, each year, from mental health crisis to stabilized, healthy living

100 veterans each year move from their painful past

5,000 calls answered by our warm line each year - to listen and understand

More than 100 clients, annually, acquire new employment and personal enrichment skills

Continuum Recovery Services

CRS provides an array of immediate support and emotional care for adults, with mental health or co-occuring disorders, in need of a structured environment that inspires the rebuilding of life in recovery.


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Recent News

April is Autism Acceptance Month

These incredible people on the autism spectrum show the world that neurodiversity is a superpower. May their stories inspire you to celebrate differences – the Autism Society of America’s theme this year.

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March is Women's History Month

In honor of Women’s History Month, Continuum is highlighting some remarkable women whose accomplishments we hope will inspire you to dream big and fight for the less fortunate.

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The Continuum Exchange: Spring 2021 Edition

In this newsletter, Continuum reflects on the challenges and triumphs of the past year, and shares the exciting ways we're expanding on our mission of rebuilding lives. Read more for mental health articles and resources to help you during the pandemic, as well as inspiring client and family stories.

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Continuum Celebrates Black History Month

Black History Month recognizes and celebrates the achievements of the Black community and their contributions to our country. Continuum's Racial Justice Taskforce put together a calendar of notable Black figures in history, old and new.

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Continuum of Care, Inc.’s mission is to enable people who are challenged with mental illness, intellectual disability, and/or co-occurring substance use disorder, to rebuild a meaningful life and thrive in the community.