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    • About BHcare

    • BHcare is a state-licensed, non-profit behavioral health care provider serving the Lower Naugatuck Valley, Greater New Haven, and Shoreline communities. For more than 30 years, BHcare – through its founding organizations, Birmingham Group Health Services and Harbor Health Services – has been providing hope and help for individuals, families and children affected by mental illness, domestic violence and substance abuse. On this site, you’ll find a wealth of information about our services, as well as our partnerships, volunteer opportunities, and giving programs. At BHcare, we believe an informed community is a healthier community. So, please take this opportunity to learn about BHcare and how we provide Hope, Health and Recovery to change lives for the better every day!

    • Our Mission

    • BHcare provides comprehensive behavioral health, prevention and domestic violence services that improve the lives and health of the individuals, families and communities we serve.

    • Our Vision

    • We will be a recognized leader and most valued partner in ensuring better health and wellness for the entire community.

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    • In the NEWS

      Sign our petition to urge CT lawmakers to restore $25 million in funding for DMHAS grants for outpatient behavioral health services. DMHAS grants allow private nonprofits like BHcare to provide critical outpatient mental health and substance abuse services for thousands of CT’s most vulnerable residents. We are urging lawmakers to look carefully at the community programs and services, and consider the impact on some of the most vulnerable people in the state, who will have nowhere else to go. If the state’s most vulnerable citizens are not a budget priority, what is?

      #PeopleMatter

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    • In The Know

    • Click here to view our March/April electronic newsletter to learn more about #PeopleMatter, B2B Recap, Upcoming Events & More!

    • Save the Date!

    • Thursday, May 21, 2015
      5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
      Pine Orchard Yacht & Country Club, 2 Club Parkway, Branford, CT
      $50 per person
      Learn more or purchase tickets here.

    • Help End Domestic Violence!

    • Another Sucessful B2B!

      This year’s Bowl-2-Benefit was held on Saturday, March 14. $86,000 was raised so far and we’re still counting! Many thanks to everyone who volunteered, bowled, sponsored and raised funds online. This year’s B2B was a tremendous success!

      There is still time to donate! Click here to make your donation. All proceeds benefit The Umbrella Center for Domestic Violence Services.

    • In The Know

    • Click here to view our January/February electronic newsletter to learn more about Bowl A Strike, MSP Premiere, VSAAC’s 25th & More!

    • DMHAS Budget Cuts

    • Contact your legislator!

    • DMHAS grant accounts saw a reduction of more than $25M in the last biennial budget. Although grants appear to be funded at the same level as the FY 15 budget, this actually represents a cut because the one-time solutions used last year are not available this year.

      Organizations like BHcare depend on DMHAS grants to provide critical treatment for thousands of CT residents who have serious mental illnesses like schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and major depression.

      Reach out to your legislators today and urge them to support restoration of DMHAS grant funding for outpatient behavioral health services.

      Find and contact your legislator