About Hallie House for Women and Children
Located in Middletown, Connecticut, The Connection – Hallie House for Women and Children is a community mental health, social service, and welfare organization seeking to improve the mental health and social issues facing families in Connecticut. Hallie House is a residential drug and alcohol rehab for pregnant or parenting women. Services include counseling, parental support, case management, and community referrals.
The Connection has been supporting communities and families for over forty years. Their community based systems of care seek to provide increased access to quality clinical and community solutions. Hallie House for Women and Children provides a community based structured recovery program where women receive a mental health assessment, individual treatment plan, and case manager that they meet with weekly. The program includes individual and group counseling, daily psychoeducational groups that build recovery skills, and parenting support. The goal of Hallie House is to support women to achieve and sustain recovery so that they can return to their communities as active and healthy parents.
The Connection – Hallie House for Women and Children is verified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) as a treatment provider.