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Continuum rebuilds lives by providing living options and support services to persons with serious mental illness and developmental disabilities.

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The latest edition of Continuum of Care's newsletter is out! The Summer 2018 Continuum Exchange features the outstanding accomplishments of our Young Adult Services programs, inspiring client success stories, easy, affordable recipes, and more.
Click the link in our bio to check it out!
Join @projectcasy this Saturday (11 am) for a hike and picnic in West Rock Park! Free, and for adults with Autism. RSVP:
@taoporchonlynch has quite a few wellness gems to share! ... Via @iamwellandgood
10 days until Continuum's next job fair!

Register at
Continuum's Young Adult Services program rocked it at the 2018 YAZBIZ Vendor Marketplace. They sold a lot of homemade goods, like their popular jellies, and will put the money into other ventures. Check out their interview with Street Smart Ventures, and click the link in our bio for the full video.
Help Continuum's Young Adult Services (YAS) give inner-city kids a strong start to the school year by donating to their Back to School Fundraiser.
As a bonus, donors will receive $2 off YAS' weekly Crown Car Wash detailing service.
#ThursdayThoughts: "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." -- Nelson Mandela
Continuum staff member Angel Cyr used squash from our Community Garden to make a delicious mini meatloaf meal.

Her recipe can make for a good dinner or lunch for tomorrow!

Check it out, and learn some of squash's health benefits.

#ContinuumofCare #RebuildingLives #WellnessWednesday #garden #health
Are you on the autism spectrum or know someone ages 10-17 who is? Check out @projectcasy’s video game night tomorrow at the Yale Child Study Center. It’s free!
New Continuum Jobs: APRN & Mental Health Clinician - APRN. Join Continuum, and help rebuild lives!
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***New Continuum Job: APRN***
Continuum of Care’s Crisis Recovery Services Program is looking for an experienced Adult Psychiatric - APRN, who can work 4 to 10 hours per week.
This role plays a pivotal part in a client's care during recovery treatment, utilizing psychiatric related skills. Apply here:
The Mental Health Waiver program's Staff Appreciation Day turned into a real Friday Funday.
They deserve it for all of the hard work they do, supporting our mental health clients in every way to help them maintain their independence in their homes and in the community.