Community Residential Services (CRS) provides permanent housing where adults with behavioral health needs and substance abuse issues can live independently and function productively in the community, with the help from mental health professionals in a safe and supportive environment.
CRS is a division of Hall-Brooke Behavioral Health Services and has made it possible for hundred of people with chronic emotional, behavioral and addiction problems to escape homelessness and live responsibly in the community.
Hall-Brooke’s CRS staff consults with case managers, community providers, family members and friends to help tenants develop individualized treatment plans that are designed to help the individual identify individual goals, outline services necessary to meet those goals and live independently in the community. CRS’ supportive housing programs are funded through both and Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and the U.S. Department of Housing and urban Development.
For more information, please contact CRS’ Administrative Office at 203-362-3920