The goal of Community Support Services, formerly known as Case Management, is to help people in recovery achieve an optimal quality of life. We teach people the necessary skills to live independently in the community and get them linked to essential services. We focus on rehabilitation and doing with the person, not doing for. Community Support Services is located on the third floor of 991 Main Street, East Hartford, CT 06108
InterCommunity believes individuals with mental health, or with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders, can recover and lead full lives in their communities.
Community Foundations is InterCommunity's supervised housing program.More Information
Community Foundations provides care for 17 persons living with chronic and severe mental illness and/or addiction disorders.
In collaboration with the East Hartford Housing Authority, Community Foundations’ staff works with clients in their own apartments and in the community to build and maintain the skills they need to reach their goals of independent living.
Community Foundations is located at 163 School, Street East Hartford, CT 06118.
Staff is located on-site and available to clients 24 hours a day 7 days a week, working with clients at least 7 hours a week, providing services individually and in group settings with a focus on building independent living skills. For more information, contact Johnnie Gladstone at (860) 709-4001.
InterCommunity Young Adult Services helps young people between the ages of 18 - 25 achieve their personal life goals.More Information
Young Adult Services serves people ages 18 -25 years old. The program focuses on skill-building, care coordination, primary care and therapy to help the young person reach his/her life goals.
Clients are referred by DMHAS , which developed the program and partners with community providers to help young adults transition successfully from the Dept. of Children & Families to the adult mental health system, and to achieve the necessary skills for adulthood.
Working for Integration, Support and Empowerment (WISE)More Information
WISE is a mental health waiver program operated by the Department of Mental Health and Addictions Services (DMHAS) and the Department of Social Services (DSS) for Medicaid individuals with a serious mental illness who either live in a nursing home or are at risk of institutional placement.
The WISE program seeks to prevent nursing home admissions and to move individuals with mental health problems from nursing homes into the community. InterCommunity is proud to partner with Advanced Behavioral Health in providing community supports and ongoing services for these individuals. Contact DMHAS for additional information on the mental health waiver program and application.
Our team of Employment Specialists work with people in recovery to obtain and maintain part or full-time employment in the community.More Information
InterCommunity’s Employment Specialists offer services to adults age 18 and older. Services include job placement, job development, benefits counseling, job coaching and follow-along until a step down less intensive level is achieved. Clients will work to obtain jobs that are based on choices reflecting their preferences and strengths.
Clients can access Employment Services on Mondays from 10 am – 11 am at 287 Main Street in East Hartford, Group Room 3. If this time is not convenient, contact Jessica LeRoy at (860) 216-3978.
Common Ground is a Social Club providing life management, interpersonal, daily living and pre-vocational skills.More Information
Common Ground is a program that offers social, cultural, educational, rehabilitative and recreational opportunities as well as peer support and peer run programs. Common Ground is open to InterCommunity clients age 18 and up on Monday – Friday, 9 am – 4 pm at 991 Main St, 3rd floor in East Hartford. Daily structured activities help adults learn independent living skills and socialize with others.
Contact Dyana Hagan at (860) 937-4350 for more information.