SERVING INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES LIVING WITH MENTAL HEALTH NEEDS IN MIDDLESEX COUNTY SINCE 1968
Finding quality mental health care & addiction services for you or a loved one can be overwhelming.
To speak with a Gilead Navigator, please call 860-530-4357 or email us.
Assess your current needs with an initial free screening.
Connect you to resources and services – either through Gilead or other organizations. We can connect you to a variety of existing services, such as mental health, substance abuse, benefits and entitlements and basic needs assistance.
Provide continued support and guidance.
Provide Mental Health First Aid (MHFA), a certification training that prepares you to assist someone experiencing a mental health crisis.
Provide Mental Health Awareness programs. These may focus on timely relevant issues, such as anxiety in a pandemic world.
Provide Narcan Training, which teaches you how to recognize the signs of an opioid overdose and administer the opioid overdose reversal drug Naloxone.
Provide short-term consultation and counseling. For many short-term counseling (3-6 months) may be enough to resolve presenting issues.
Provide trauma support and crisis debriefing. This may include a sudden loss, grief, or exposure to a traumatic or violent event.
Provide an educational support group. Examples include: family support, grief, managing anxiety, anger management, or sleep therapy.