Natchaug Hospital is the key provider of a regional system of care for children, adolescents and adults who are living with mental illness and substance abuse problems.
In addition to the hospital's 57-bed inpatient facility in Mansfield Center, CT, Natchaug also provides treament in nine community-based programs offering services such as partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient treatment programs, extended day treatment programs, intensive in-home child and adolescent psychiatric services, K-12 special education, and a residential treatment program for adolescent girls.
Natchaug's treatment facilities are located in Danielson, Dayville, Enfield, Groton, Mansfield Center, Montville, Norwich, Old Saybrook, Vernon, and Willimantic.
President: Stephen Larcen, PhD, SVP, Behavioral Health
Inpatient days: 18,990
PHP/IOP days: 52,043
School days: 24,705
Operating revenue: $48.2 million
Community benefit: $4.8 million
Enfield, Dayville, Vernon, Danielson, Mansfield, Windham, Norwich, Groton, Old Saybrook
- Opened Young Adult Program for men and women ages 18 to 25 struggling due to mental illness, occupational or educational problems, relationship issues, addictions or other issues.
- Relocated Quinebaug adult partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient treatment and outpatient detoxification programs to larger, accessible facility in Dayville.
- Responded to community need for behavioral health services for adolescents by expanding Joshua Center Shoreline program in Old Saybrook.
- Launched Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Autism Spectrum support program for families.
- Accredited by The Joint Commission for meeting national standards in health care quality and safety for Behavioral Health Care and Hospitals.
- Serving as site for Connecticut’s participation in the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Medicaid Emergency Psychiatric Demonstration.
189 Storrs Road
Mansfield Center CT 06250