Click on the header below each video clip to be directed to a page detailing the specific program or service of Connections.
Paul Dill, a former client of Connections’ Harrington Detox and now a peer support specialist there, painted a magnificent mural to adorn the walls of the clinic.
Calvin Carter, clinical supervisor at the Harrington Detox, talks about stabilizing and transitioning clients to sobriety.
Ashley Megahan, statewide director of Sober Living Homes, explains how we guide clients on their journey of recovery.
Beth Charnichko, a counselor at our CRISP program, explains how we “reconnect” our clients to their communities.
Mari, a recovering heroin addict, touts the benefits of our Intensive Outpatient Program.
Photographer Robert Craig shot a time-lapse video at Marcella’s House that chronicles the making of the mural honoring veterans
Patrick Carr, employment specialist at our Newport Skills Center, talks about how we help our clients become more independent.
Magan Patras, day program coordinator, discusses how the program works with clients to achieve their goals.
Joni Patterson, program manager, discusses our “wraparound” services for at-risk veterans.
Frank, a resident of our home in Wilmington, says the structured program has been a godsend for him.
Jessica Schulte, development associate, discusses how art provides a therapeutic outlet for clients.
Crystal, a recovering heroin addict, says the Harrington Detox and Intensive Outpatient Program have given her a brighter future.
Steve Coleman, assistant director of our ACT programs, says professionals and peers enable clients to “live out in the community.”
Dr. Christopher Moen, chief medical officer, talks about how we provide “optimal” care within and outside the correctional system.
Dr. Jennifer Lenz, Connections’ dental director, talks about our state-of-the-art mobile clinic.
Jennifer, a CRISP client with a history of institutionalization, says the program “makes me want to be independent.”