For over seven decades, the Human Services Council has identified unmet community needs and has “filled in the gaps” by creating and fostering programs that educate, safeguard and empower people living and working in our communities. Throughout this time, our initiatives have focused on alcohol and drug prevention, supportive housing, child advocacy, homelessness, medical and behavioral healthcare for children and adolescents, volunteerism and mentoring. Collaborating with other organizations, the Human Services Council serves over 8,000 children, families and individuals each year, ensuring the immediate delivery of critical services in an efficient and effective manner.
MISSION: The Human Services Council creates and fosters programs that educate, safeguard and
empower the people of our communities.
VISION: Our vision is for everyone to have the opportunity to reach their full potential.
The Dr. Robert Appleby School Based Health Centers
Providing medical and mental health services in Norwalk's high schools and middle schools
The Norwalk Mentor Program
The First school based mentoring program in the country
Mid Fairfield Substance Abuse Coalition
Resources to address substance abuse and its affects
Supportive Housing- 40 South Main St and Ludlow Commons
Stable, safe, quality housing for formerly homeless individuals and low income seniors
A full accredited Children's Advocacy Center that coordinates public and private resources to identify, investigate and treat children suffering from sexual and physical abuse and their families
For over seven decades, the Human Services Council has identified unmet community needs and has “filled in the gaps” by creating and fostering programs that educate, safeguard and empower people living and working in our communities…