DMHAS Response to COVID-19
Information, guidance and resources from DMHAS in response to COVID-19.
LiveLOUD was launched to prevent, discourage and destigmatize opioid addiction by reaching those who have been most directly impacted by the opioid crisis and connecting them with the necessary treatment, support and resources so they may begin their path of recovery.
Peer Support Summer Series - Intentional Peer Support in Communities
Family Webinar Series - The Arts Creativity and Healing
COVID-19 Mental Health Impact Survey
Peer Support Summer Series Kickoff - May 27
Webinar - Mental Health and Reentry
Webinar - Savings Programs for People with Disabilities
Maternal Depression Awareness
DMHAS-Funded Agencies Employee Assistance Programs Needs Assessment
Annual Statistical Report SFY 2020
Webinar - Holding onto Hope In the Midst of Grief Loss and COVID 19
Webinar - Supporting Women and Families Impacted by Trauma and Addiction
The Emotional Challenges of COVID-19 Webinar Recording Now Available
Substance Use Disorder Section 1115 Demonstration Waiver Public Comment Opportunity
Recovery Friendly Workplace Toolkit Now Available
DMHAS COVID-19 Behavioral Health Assistance Program - BHAP
DMHAS Mental Health Bed Availability Site Now Online
SAMHSA Awards 2 Million for CT Behavioral Health Response to COVID-19
Live Loud Opioid Treatment Awareness Campaign
FFY21 CMHS SAPT Block Grant Application
CAPTA Plan of Safe Care
Welcome to the DMHAS website. I hope you find the information presented here useful in your search for mental health and addiction services within the State of Connecticut. The Department is continuously updating and improving the site in order to provide you with the widest variety of links, from 24-hour crisis numbers and problem gambling services, to advocacy and support groups and regional directories of our many state-operated and funded programs.