McCall & Help, Inc. Announce Merger

Inspiring Hope, Wellness and Healing through a Continuum of Behavioral Health Services to Western CT Communities

Going forward, as a united agency, we will be able to better serve our clients in terms of clinical and geographic services and meet the growing need for behavioral healthcare in the region.

— Maria Coutant Skinner, LCSW, CEO

WEST HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, USA, July 1, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Today, McCall Center for Behavioral Health and Central Naugatuck Valley Help, Inc. announced their formal merger. Affiliated since July 1, 2020, the merger is the culmination of years of discovery, consideration, and hard work by both organizations to ensure the people of Western Connecticut have access to a strong continuum of healthcare. behavioral. Maria Coutant Skinner, LCSW, will continue to lead the combined entity in her role as CEO. McCall and Help, Inc. will continue to operate under their respective names until a new name is chosen later this year.

“I am grateful to our Board of Directors and staff who have worked diligently over the past four years to make the merger possible,” said Maria Coutant Skinner, LCSW, CEO. “For more than 50 years, Help, Inc. and McCall have responded to the changing needs of those we serve, providing our clients with individualized, evidence-based care that facilitates healing and the ability to support recovery. Going forward, as a united agency, we will be able to better serve our clients in terms of clinical and geographic services and meet the growing need for behavioral healthcare in the region.

The organization’s mission is to inspire hope and promote wellness and healing through a continuum of behavioral health services – prevention, treatment, recovery support and community engagement – for people of all ages. and families in western Connecticut. McCall and Help, Inc. will continue to be committed to meeting the needs of the people they serve, providing a welcoming and inclusive environment while caring for the whole person, while being a multicultural and anti- oppression inside and outside the organization. .

“It is with great joy that the Board of Directors can announce the merger of two wonderful organizations into one merged entity. As in all relationships where passion is strong, there have been challenges. However, these challenges have been met through our shared belief in putting the customers we serve first. We, the board, are of one mind, one heart,” said Joe Stanley, Chairman of the Board of Help, Inc. and Board Member of McCall and Paul McLaughlin. Jr. Chairman of the Board of McCall and Member of the Board of Directors of Help, Inc.

Marisa Mittelstaedt
McCall Center for Behavioral Health
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