Klingberg Family Centers



Klingberg Family Centers’ Mission is: To Help Build Healing Relationships That Empower Children and Families To Reach Their Full Potential. Our programs are designed to serve children and families whose lives have been traumatized by abuse/neglect in its various forms, severe family problems, abandonment and behavioral health issues. We serve nearly 3,000 individuals each year from throughout Connecticut, with the largest concentration from the Greater Hartford area. Many are disadvantaged and it is estimated that a large number are low income/below the poverty level and struggle to meet the most basic of needs.


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Founded in 1903, Klingberg Family Centers originally served as a “Children’s Home” for boys and girls who were orphaned, abandoned or whose families were unable to care for them due to economic, social or medical hardships. In 1968, the organization made a successful transition into a residential treatment center for children and families.

Today, Klingberg Family Centers is a private, nonprofit organization serving children and families through an array of treatment services. Our main campus is located in a residential section of New Britain and we also offer Community Services from offices in Hartford. Our newest program is a Child Advocacy Center in the Hartford office.  Our programs include:

           

      ­Raymond Hill Special Education School (ages 6-18)

      ­Therapeutic Foster Care and Adoption

      ­Wendy’s Wonderful Kids            

­      Outpatient Counseling and Family Therapy Institute

­     Webster House for medically fragile adolescents (ages 12-18)

­     Group Homes

      ­Extended Day Treatment –Therapeutic Afterschool Program (ages 5-12)

      ­Intensive Family Preservation Services

      ­Parent Support Services

­     Traumatic Stress Institute

­     Child Abuse Treatment Services

­     Mentoring Program                     

­     Access & Visitation Program; Transitions in Parenting



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