Support Services

Kevin’s Community Center Medical Outreach Program

This program will replace the traditional in-office primary care services that was the cornerstone of the KCC mission for the past 18 years. The medical outreach program will encompass educational and community programs, in addition to referrals to medical services and specialty care to network providers in our community. They will no longer be seeing patients but will assist you with finding the right care for your needs.

(203) 426-0496

Newtown Center for Support and Wellness The mission of the Newtown Center for Support and Wellness is to assess, engage, and collaborate with all facets of the Newtown/Sandy Hook community to identify needs, coordinate resources and deliver supports while assisting in the evolution of an integrated community infrastructure for the future. Telephone: 203-270-4612.

Newtown/Sandy Hook Community Foundation Inc. The Newtown-Sandy Hook Community Foundation is devoted to furthering and supporting operations and activities which address the short-term and long-term unmet needs of individuals and the Newtown community arising from the tragic events at Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012. Telephone:  203-461-2233

Newtown Youth and Family Services provide support services for individuals and families in the community who have been impacted by the Sandy Hook Elementary school tragedy. These support sessions are offered as a way for both individuals and families to express their personal concerns and feelings related to the tragedy. Individuals and families have the opportunity to meet with a staff therapist who can address these concerns, answer any questions, and provide referrals for ongoing services if needed. While no appointment is necessary, it is encouraged that you call ahead if you wish to be seen at a specific time. Scheduled walk-in hours are posted on the website.   Telephone: 203-270-4335.

Resiliency Center of Newtown (RCN) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization founded by a community member for the community.  RCN will be offering long-term healing to anyone impacted by the tragic events of December 14, 2012, ensuring every individual reaches their full potential. The center will be a welcoming place where people feel comfortable connecting with others and with appropriate services to assist in the healing process. Telephone: 203-364-9750.

Crisis Hotline Information For immediate assistance, please call 911 or the appropriate crisis hotline:

  • Danbury Hospital Crisis Intervention:  1-888-447-3339
  • Emergency Mobile Psychiatric Unit:  1-866-543-2774
  • National Suicide Prevention Hotline:  1-800-273-8255