Grantee Profile

McCall Center for Behavioral Health

Main Office, 58 High Street, Torrington, CT

The McCall Center for Behavioral Health is a private, not-for-profit, behavioral healthcare agency committed to recovery, prevention, and community. Our guiding mission is to provide comprehensive behavioral health treatment in an integrated and individualized fashion, so that those who suffer from substance use and behavioral health disorders might lead healthier and more fulfilling lives. Moreover, we're a group of dedicated professionals who are passionate about helping the people of our community achieve the quality of life that they deserve. The people we serve are at the heart of everything we do. Every program, service, and decision we make is centered upon our clients and their wellness. 

McCall has been offering the highest standard of integrated and comprehensive behavioral health treatment for more than forty years. Our services are fully integrated, evidence-based, trauma-informed, gender-specific, and culturally sensitive, and our continuum of care extends from our headquarters in Torrington to the farthest reaches of the northwest corner in Connecticut. We work hard to break down barriers and to assure that the individuals and families of our community have access to professional, client-centered care.

          In our work, the Foundation for Community Health (FCH) plays an indispensable role. FCH support has enabled McCall to strengthen prevention networks by employing a Coalition Coordinator in the Northwest Corner Prevention Network (NCPN) and a Network Coordinator in the Litchfield County Opiate Task Force (LCOTF). These positions are crucial to our work in addressing the scourge of substance use in our community. The NCPN Coordinator helps to assure that students in Connecticut Regional School District One benefit from the implementation of state-of-the-art prevention and early intervention programming in their community, and the LCOTF Network Coordinator works to eliminate gaps and barriers to care and to improve collaboration between agencies to meet the grave challenges of the opioid epidemic. These contributions, together with “human grant” technical advisement and support, make FCH an essential partner in McCall’s mission to support recovery, prevention, and community.

Maria Coutant Skinner, LCSW, Executive Director, McCall Center for Behavioral Health

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The McCall Center for Behavioral Health Interview

Listen to Maria Coutant Skinner, Executive Director of The McCall Center for Behavioral Health, talk about their organization and the Foundation for Community Health with Marshall Miles on Robin Hood Radio: