COMMUNITY HEALTH RESOURCES INC

Real Life. Real Hope.

aka CHR   |   Windsor, CT   |  www.chrhealth.org

Mission

Delivery of comprehensive behavioral health services to all residents of the communities north and east of Hartford, CT without regard to their ability to pay

Ruling year info

1966

President & CEO

M Heather Gates

Main address

2 Waterside Crossing Suite 401

Windsor, CT 06095 USA

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EIN

06-6082527

NTEE code info

Mental Health Treatment (F30)

Youth Development Programs (O50)

Housing Development, Construction, Management (L20)

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Community Services

CHR provides and extensive array of in-home and community-based services to children, families and adults with behavioral health needs. CHR's goal is to provide real hope for those facing the challenges of real life. Nearly 5,700 persons received a variety of case management, clinical, and crisis intervention services in various community settings including homes, workplaces, schools and public areas. Of these persons, 82% reported a favorable outcome including achievement of their treatment goals, return to families or their communities, continuing employment or the stabilization of an acute event. 72% were diverted from incarceration and connected to needed mental health services resulting in a significant savings to the state of Connecticut.

Population(s) Served
Adults
Children and youth
Caregivers
Families
Substance abusers

CHR provides residential and housing services to children, adults and families in need. CHR focuses on promoting growth and development through supportive and empowering residential programs. Services were provided to 773 individuals, generally on a long-term basis. Of these 91% either obtained permanent stable housing or were able to return to live with their families. 34 persons were served in six therapeutic group homes avoiding their admission to state or private hospital facilities, a much more expensive and less effective setting. 62% avoided admission to long-term hospitalization or residential care.

Population(s) Served
Homeless people
At-risk youth

CHR's extensive clinical services help people work towards lives of health and wellness. Staff provide treatment for emotional and behavioral problems, mental illness, substance abuse, significant stress and other needs. By empowering individuals to reach personal goals, we help people manage their illness and live happier, more independent lives. Over 12,600 persons were served in eleven office based clinics across eastern and central Connecticut. These persons were served by doctors, nurses, and other licensed mental health professionals in a coordinated manner to address their needs in recovering from the effects of mental illness and substance abuse. 86% of those served reported improvements in meeting their personal goals. In addition over 6,500 persons contacted our information, assessment, and referral center and were assessed and/or referred to various CHR programs or to independent community agencies for needed services.

Population(s) Served
Adults
Children and youth
Caregivers
Families
Substance abusers

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Financials

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COMMUNITY HEALTH RESOURCES INC

Board of directors
as of 05/10/2022
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board co-chair

Michael Kearney

The Hartford

Term: 2016 -


Board co-chair

Cy Hess

Aligne Wealth, LLC

Term: 2016 -

Eduardo Miranda

Manchester Community College

Ayesha Clarke

State of Connecticut, Department of Revenue Service

Jason Jakubowski

Foodshare

Laura Tordenti

Sheldon Bustow

CIL

Miranda Muro

Foodshare

Jeanna Grimes Ogbar

Jeanna Grimes Consulting

Steven Erickson

Whittlesey & Hadley, CPA

Ruth Fortune

Bank of America/Merrill Lynch

Colleen Masse

Czepiga Daly Pope & Perri Law Firm

Connor Martin

Goodwin University

Organizational demographics

SOURCE: Self-reported; last updated 5/10/2022

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White/Caucasian/European
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Female
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