Annual Report | Calendar 2019
Greetings to Our Supporters,
The CWC continues to be a pioneer in the behavioral health field; effectively adapting and responding to the gender and trauma needs of our global community. The staff of CWC work hard to offer innovative programs and initiatives. I am proud to briefly describe a sampling of the work this organization has provided throughout the 2018 year.
As we go to press with this publication, the CWC, Connecticut’s Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and Advocacy Unlimited will host the 3rd Annual Holistic Healing and Recovery through Integrative Medicine Conference (IMC) with SAMHSA funding. CWC is proud to announce that we have been selected to host the National Covington Curriculum Conference in June 2019. We look forward to seeing many of you in attendance.
I need to recognize our staff and behavioral health professionals that come to the CWC. This staff works hard to offer the most current and innovative training opportunities to our professionals. Our staff is a cohesive group of dedicated individuals working hard to make this training experience as pleasant and worthwhile as possible. Aside from their work here in the office, the staff continues to educate and enrich themselves through continuous learning including graduate school, yoga instructor certification, and grant writing courses. Staff also reach out for additional funding to increase the experience here at the CWC.
In closing, NASW-CT recognized one of our staff members recently as MSW Student of the Year. The CWC professionally and personally congratulates Kathleen Callahan (Trauma and Gender Coordinator) for this achievement and recognition. I couldn’t be prouder of her and the entire CWC Staff.
Colette Anderson, LCSW -