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Although we ask that all students carry private insurance of some kind, we recognize that some do not. The CSU Student Accident and Sickness Plan offers good mental health coverage at a reasonable price. Please go to their website at http://www.aetnastudenthealth.com for more information. You may find The Charter Oak Health Plan website useful before proceeding further.
The following agencies offer one-on-one counseling or psychiatric services on a sliding scale basis; in other words, the fee is based on the student's (or student's family) income and/or ability to pay:
HUSKY (Healthcare for UninSured Kids and Youth)Children must be under age 19 and reside in Connecticut.The number of people in your family (children and adults combined) and your total family income determine which part of the HUSKY Plan is for your child.Parents, Relatives, Caregives and Pregnant Women are included.
University of Connecticut Health CenterPsychiatric Out-Patient Services10 Talcott NotchFarmington, CT 06032(860) 679-6700Rates are determined at time appointment is made.
Charter Oak Health Center21 Grand StreetHartford, CT 06106(860) 550-7500Rates are based on a sliding scale.
The Bridge Family Center, Inc.1022 Farmington AvenueWest Hartford, CT 06107Individual/Family and Group TherapyRates are on a sliding scale only and do not take insurance.
Catholic Family Services896 Asylum AvenueHartford, CT 06105(860) 522-8241Rates are based on a sliding scale.
Jewish Family Services740 North Main StreetWest Hartford, CT 06117(860) 236-1927Rates are based on a sliding scale.
Wheeler Clinic91 Northwest DrivePlainville, CT 060621-800-793-3500Rates are based on a sliding scale.
Volunteers in Psychotherapy, Inc.Rates: Clients earn therapy by volunteering at a charity of his or her choice.