InterCommunity, Inc. is a community health non profit organization located in East Hartford, Connecticut, providing primary care and behavioral health services to individuals, families, and communities within the state of Connecticut for over 38 years. The agency is licensed by the Department of Public Health to provide comprehensive primary care and behavioral health services to over 3,000 people each year.
Since 1981 InterCommunity has been contracted with the Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services as the Local Mental Health Authority for six towns, including East Hartford, Glastonbury,Marlborough, Newington, Rocky Hill and Wethersfield for its behavioral health division.
InterCommunity was designated as a FQHC LA (federally qualified health center look alike) in February, 2015, by the U.S Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration. As an FQHC LA, InterCommunity qualifies for enhanced reimbursement from Medicare and Medicaid, as well as other benefits. They serve an underserved population, offer a sliding fee scale, provide comprehensive services, have an ongoing quality assurance program, and have a governing board of directors that includes those who are served by the health center.
InterCommunity provides primary care services to adults and children across the life spectrum, no matter life situation, or ability to pay. InterCommunity’s Outpatient Psychiatric Children’s Clinic, and those adults coming to InterCommunity with private insurance has no geographic restrictions and can see people statewide.
InterCommunity Awards and Highlights
InterCommunity has come a long way in 40 years. The original foundation of the agency was created in 1977 by three families who gathered together in the basement of a church to exchange information regarding mental health issues and offer each other support. In 2015, InterCommunity entered into an affiliation with the former ADRC (Alcohol & Drug Recovery Centers) to offer a broad range of mental health, addiction recovery, and primary care services.
In 2017 we celebrate 40 years of our journey toward changing the meaning of care…and caring. From embracing the concept of integrated healthcare and becoming a FQHC-LA, launching primary care services, medication-assisted treatment, and so much more, InterCommunity works every day to reduce health disparities in the community and offer people from underserved areas the best possible care for body and mind.
Highlights from our history:
InterCommunity Recovery Centers (formerly ADRC)
InterCommunity is pleased to report news of our past years’ successes. We encourage members of the community to take a moment and read our most recent annual report, which shares information about the work we do to improve people’s lives and reduce health disparities.
From sponsoring health screenings to neighborhood forums on timely issues, InterCommunity works every day to expand our outreach and strengthen our programs and services. Read our latest newsletter for more information.
Kim has been with InterCommunity since 2003, and is responsible for the overall strategic planning and operations of InterCommunity and InterCommunity Recovery Centers. She works collaboratively with the Board of Directors of both organizations, executive leadership team, and area providers to ensure the highest quality of service is provided. She also cultivates and maintains effective relationships with federal, state and local funders to ensure and enhance the organization’s fiscal sustainability.
Bill serves as the Chief Strategy Officer of InterCommunity, Inc. and is responsible for human resources, information technology, quality, facilities and other related functions. He provides a focal point, leadership and coordination of organizational transformation projects. In addition, he leads external activities, including emerging relationships with other organizations.
Prior to the affiliation of InterCommunity and Alcohol & Drug Recovery Centers (ADRC), Bill served as Chief Operating Officer, and then as Acting Chief Executive Officer, of ADRC. As an organization leader and person in recovery, Bill is involved in a variety of recovery advocacy and public policy initiatives.
Tyler has been with InterCommunity since 2006 and oversees all direct services programs within InterCommunity’s three divisions: Primary Care, Behavioral Health, and Addiction Recovery Services. The creator of InterCommunity’s Help Now system, Tyler consults locally and nationally on providing rapid access to behavioral health care and the provision of healthcare for the whole person. Tyler also coordinates new program development ensuring InterCommunity’s services align with what he calls the quadruple aim of improved health outcomes, patient experience, financial stability, and staff satisfaction.
A graduate of Worcester State University, Jeff brings over 20 years of finance, business, and operational experience to our organization. Previously he was the CFO of the Connecticut Health Center Association of Connecticut (CHCACT), providing help and services to the under-served of Connecticut as well as its FQHCs and FQHC look-alikes.
Tracey Decker, Vice President of Integrated Health Services, has been instrumental in creating an integrated system of care at InterCommunity and expanding primary care services from a capacity of 200 patients to more than 3,000. Her vision of whole person integrated care has resulted in thousands of individuals with behavioral health and substance use disorders receiving care for all of their physical health needs. Under Tracey’s leadership, InterCommunity has been designated a Federally Qualified Health Center Look-Alike, (FQHCLA) offering a full spectrum of primary care services to individuals of all ages, regardless of their ability to pay. Tracey has also improved access to psychiatry services to ensure that InterCommunity clients get help when they need it, at the right time and the right place. Tracey was nominated as a HealthCare Hero in 2016 by the Hartford Business Journal.
Founded in 2011, InterCommunity Foundation dedicates itself to helping InterCommunity in their mission to improve the lives of people living with mental health and addiction disorders.More Information
InterCommunity Foundation offers financial support to InterCommunity for:
InterCommunity Foundation Board Members
President: Donald Peterson
Vice President: Marshall Gaines
Treasurer: Jeffrey Hughes
Incorporator/Director: Kimberly Beauregard
Director: Kenneth Reed
Please know that InterCommunity can only do this important work with the diligent support of individuals willing to volunteer as Board Directors for the organization.
Our Board Directors have a wide range of talents and skills, but all share the strong commitment to the organization’s mission, communities, and clients. We ask that all Board Directors view themselves as AMBASSADORS of InterCommunity.
If you are interested in learning more about becoming a Director on InterCommunity or InterCommunity Recovery Center’s Board of Directors, please contact: Kimberly L. Beauregard, LCSW, President & CEO at email@example.com or 860.291.1340.
InterCommunity Recovery Centers, Inc.
InterCommunity is a growing nonprofit health organization dedicated to providing whole-person primary care, behavioral health, and addiction recovery services. We have served children, adults and families in the community for 40 years, and have established a reputation for high-quality, innovative care. We value and respect the meaningful work our staff members do every day to improve the lives of our clients.
In 2016, InterCommunity was named a Top Workplace by the Hartford Courant for the 6th year in a row. We offer a rewarding work environment, opportunities for professional growth and development, and a culture that celebrates hope, health and recovery.
InterCommunity is an equal opportunity employer and committed to workplace diversity. Check out our Career Builder Page.
If you are interested in applying for any InterCommunity positions below, please click on the appropriate link and forward your resume through CareerBuilder.