Vinfen Connecticut’s residential services give people with mental health conditions a place to call home as they build skills needed to gain greater independence.

At Vinfen Connecticut, we offer a wide range of short- and long-term residential support to people with mental health conditions. These supports offer varying levels of assistance from transitional apartments to highly-supervised residential settings. Our services offer customized support designed for the unique needs of each of our residents.

24-Hour residential support services are available for people with mental health conditions who are working to address specific barriers they face to living independently. Our residential support services provide people with a safe, comfortable group home. Two to five individuals typically live together with varying levels of staff support ratios customized to the needs of the residents. This is provided 24-hours a day and 365-days a year. Vinfen’s dedicated, highly-trained staff partner with family members, guardians, and other providers to help people achieve their personal goals and build the skills needed for greater independence. Staff help people manage many responsibilities of daily life including meal planning and preparation, transportation to medical appointments, and managing personal finances. Our staff also foster social connections, friendships, and community membership while respecting and celebrating each resident’s culture, strengths, and contributions.

For more information about eligibility and services, contact Marita McDermott at 860-787-9672 or

Transitional residential services are a bridge between intensive clinical settings and independent community living. Our staff partner with each person we serve to provide the most effective and comprehensive supports possible. Residents work with staff to increase their ability to manage daily life activities including support with medications, medical appointments, and social, vocational, and educational opportunities. Staff also work closely with a program clinician to monitor a resident’s progress toward independent living and recovery.

For more information about eligibility and services, contact Marita McDermott at 860-787-9672 or