If you or your child is experiencing a mental health crisis, we strongly recommend that you contact the mental health hotline right away. If you or your child is experiencing thoughts of self harm or harm to others please call us or go to your nearest emergency room.
Suicide and Crisis Hotline, call or text 988
Danbury Hospital Crisis Intervention 888-447-3339
Trevor Project Hotline for LGBTQ+ 866-488-7386
Emergency Mobile Psychiatric Unit, call 211
National Domestic Violence Hotline 800-799-7233
National Maternal Mental Health Hotline 833-TLC-MAMA
National Suicide Prevention Hotline 800-273-8255
Parental Stress Hotline 800-632-8188
SAMHSA Mental Health Hotline 800-662-4357
Danbury Hospital Child Psychiatry 203-791-5120
Wellmore Urgent Child Crisis 203-580-4298
Please call us if you have any concerns for behavioral issues and would like to set up an appointment to discuss them.
If you have a child with behavioral health needs, Connecticut offers many sources for information, support, treatment and care, from early intervention to after-care and recovery services. Through an integrated, collaborative effort between state agencies, local agencies and service providers, Connecting to Care will help you understand your care options and find treatments and services that are right for your child. Connect4Families Toolkit.