Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Hispanos Unidos Campus (HU), formerly known as Hispanos Unidos Contra EL SIDA, Inc., was established in 1987 merged with Hispanic Health Council in 2013. To improve mental health through prevention and ensuring access to appropriate, quality health services essential to personal well-being, family, and interpersonal relationships. Service delivery is based on a culturally responsive format and is carried out by a fully bilingual and bi-cultural staff.

Unit Goals:
Is to promote health and well-being of the Latino community through mental health services, substance abuse counseling, case management services and health education services and advocacy.

For more information, please call the New Haven Campus (203) 781-0226

Mental Health Outpatient Services

Outpatient mental health services is a treatment program that teaches how to manage stress, better cope with emotional and behavioral issues and overcome a condition that affects your ability to enjoy life and personal relationships.

The outpatient program is specifically designed to serve individuals 21 years of age and older, along with other adults working on similar issues in a group setting. The program offers personalized treatment with structured interventions consisting primarily of educational and counseling services.

Counseling Services

Counseling Services are provided at an individual-level, partners, family, and group-level mental health psychotherapy and psychiatric counseling to adults. Group art and mental health therapy sessions are conducted on a weekly basis in Spanish in the City of New Haven. 

This is a cooperative process through which individuals work one-on-one with a trained Licensed Clinical Social Worker in a linguistically, culturally, safe, caring, and confidential environment. The goals is to talk through mental health and substance use issues and help clients explore their feelings, beliefs, or behaviors, identify aspects of their lives that they would like to change, better understand themselves and others, set personal goals, and work toward desired change. There are various therapeutic techniques used by the LCSW which will allow individuals to learn coping mechanisms, facilitate change, increase one’s sense of well-being, and improve overall quality of life.

Assessment

Call to schedule an evaluation and assessment with one of our healthcare professionals, or simply walk-in to one of our outpatient location in New Haven. We offer flexible appointments, in a comfortable, safe, and no pressure environment.

Substance Abuse

This service consist of providing specialized outpatient individual- and group-level substance abuse counseling to individuals who grapple with substance abuse problems. Group-level sessions are conducted on a weekly basis by a certified substance abuse counselor who works with clients in the areas of relapse prevention and harm reduction as well as with referral and admission to detox and inpatient substance abuse treatment.

 

Additional Services, Information & Referral

Information and referral is a major function provided through the programs. Services include referrals for health and human services, such as food, shelter, medical care, support groups, prevention education, outreach initiatives and advocacy.

Eligibility

Adults 21 years of age and older, living in New Haven areas.

Hours & Location      

New Haven Campus: 8:00am – 4:00 p.m.

Evenings and Saturdays by appointment only.

Contact Information 

New Haven Campus – (203) 781-0226

Confidentiality

All services are free and confidential. Services are provided in English and/or Spanish.

Our Main Campus

175 Main Street

Hartford, Connecticut, 06106

T: 860.527.0856

F: 860.724.0437


info@hispanichealth.com

 

 

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