February 2022 Newsletter

Friday, February 11, 2022

Continuum's February 2022 Newsletter celebrates Black History Month by highlighting trailblazers in the mental health field and providing resources. Also, get ideas on how to spread love during Random Acts of Kindness Day.

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The Continuum Exchange: Winter 2022 Edition

Thursday, February 3, 2022

In this newsletter, Continuum discusses our continued growth – particularly our Veterans Programs – and highlights the inspiring accomplishments of our clients and staff. Read on for articles and new resources to help sustain your mental health.

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Continuum of Care Receives Signature Grant from Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism for $10,000

Friday, January 28, 2022

Continuum of Care, Inc. is pleased to announce it has received a $10,000 grant from the Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism. These funds will provide critical services for individuals who are diagnosed with Autism as well as behavioral health challenges.

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2021 Continuum Annual Appeal

Friday, December 17, 2021

In 2022, Continuum will be tripling the number of veterans we help to rebuild their lives.  Your support will enable us to serve more than 350 veterans annually, helping to guide them through a sustainable recovery – thriving, rather than merely surviving. Give a gift of new life, profound hope, and lasting impact.

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Continuum of Care Receives $5,000 Grant from United Illuminating to Support its Crisis Recovery Program

Thursday, December 16, 2021

Continuum of Care, Inc. received a $5,000 grant from United Illuminating under Connecticut’s Neighborhood Assistance Act tax credit program. The grant will specifically help Continuum to purchase an energy-efficient air conditioning system, and provide a more comfortable environment for its clients struggling with mental illness or co-occurring substance use disorders.

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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.