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Terry Gerratana

Healthy Families, Healthy Communities

Securing Funds for Our Communities

I am proud to announce last week the State Bond Commission approved over $21.8 million to support several projects in New Britain.

Thanks to this funding, our senior housing facilities, local mental and medical health facilities, and family centers can now move forward with making much-needed improvements so that residents of New Britain may continue to enjoy their services for many more years.

Senator Gerratana.

New Britain

  • $3 million to Community Mental Health Affiliates, Inc. to assist with the acquisition of 233 Main Street to provide for consolidation of administrative offices and outpatient health clinics.
  • $614,757 to Klingberg Family Centers, Inc. to assist with replacement of the boiler in the Raymond Hill Special Education School and for completion of the conference center.
  • $380,000 to Northend and Smith schools for improvements to various projects including alterations, repairs, improvements, technology and equipment to help address building and site deficiencies, and to promote the health, safety, and learning of the students.
  • $10 million to the Center of Special Care, Inc. Hospital for Special to assist with expansion of its inpatient facilities for youth diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders. This project includes a 12-bed inpatient unit, partial hospital program to serve 10 youth and related support, training and therapy space.
  • $7,850,000 to the Community Health Center, Inc. for various improvement projects at facilities statewide, including renovations and improvements to 1 Washington Square in New Britain.

Will You Open Your Home to a Child in Need?

On any given day in Connecticut, there are nearly 4,000 children in foster care.

Hundreds more need a place to call home and 50 to 60 in our community alone need safe, loving foster and adoptive homes.

two kids.

You can make a difference in the life of a child by becoming a parent through the Wheeler Clinic Foster Care program. The clinic provides high-level, 24-hour support to families and youth and has resources to assist families in meeting the needs of children placed in their homes.

For information about foster care opportunities visit