Our Child Guidance Clinics, based in Essex, New London & Groton, provide diagnostic and counseling services in an office setting to children, ages one to seventeen, who are experiencing emotional and/or behavioral difficulties.
Our Home-Based Therapy programs are offered throughout New London, New Haven and Middlesex counties. The counseling services are available for families or individuals who have a difficult time accessing therapy.
Students enrolled in one of our 15 SBHCs can obtain services such as physicals, minor acute illness care, health promotion, disease prevention education, as well as group, individual and/or family therapy.
The B. P. Learned Mission provides after-school and vacation care to 60 children in grades K through 5. In addition, the Mission works with multiple community agencies to provide a variety of enrichment activities to enrolled children.
New London Day Nursery and Early Childhood Development Center provide quality, affordable care for infants, toddlers, and preschool children to ready them socially, emotionally, and academically for school.
“Buy a Treasure, Help a Child!” This year the 63rd Annual Sale will be held at the New London Armory at 249 Bayonet Street, New London, CT. The Sale will be open Thursday, May 11th from 9am-5pm; Friday, May 12th from 9am-5pm; and Saturday, May 13th from 9am-3pm.
Our programs deal with children’s mental health, children’s physical health care, the prevention of child abuse, the treatment of family violence, teen pregnancy, childcare, and parent education.
The backbone of Child & Family Agency is the 650 plus auxiliary volunteers, organized into six auxiliaries along the shoreline. There are a variety of ways you can make a difference.
The Child & Family Agency partners with community agencies to ensure that our clients are provided the services needed.
Child & Family Agency was established by 12 women in 1809. Last year there were 18,000 children and families served, by over 650 volunteers and 190 staff.
I will not move out of New London until my children are too old for BP. I’m not losing my spot in this program.~ BP PARENT