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CMHA Celebrates Success at Annual Meeting in Berlin

State Rep. Cathy Abercrombie was recognized for her support of the organization at the annual meeting held this week at The Baltic.

CMHA President & CEO Ray Gorman of Southington presents a Partner in Recovery award to CT State Representative Catherine Abercrombie at CMHA’s Annual Meeting on November 19 at The Baltic in Berlin. Abercrombie was a guest speaker at the event.
CMHA President & CEO Ray Gorman of Southington presents a Partner in Recovery award to CT State Representative Catherine Abercrombie at CMHA’s Annual Meeting on November 19 at The Baltic in Berlin. Abercrombie was a guest speaker at the event.

The following was submitted by Amy Ogle-Krystock, Communications Manager for Community Mental Health Affiliates (CMHA).

More than 165 guests, including community leaders, state legislators, donors, staff and funders, attended Community Mental Health Affiliates’ (CMHA) Annual Meeting on Nov. 19 at The Baltic in Berlin.

The event featured CT State Representative Cathy Abercrombie as a guest speaker and video testimonials from clients whose lives have been changed by CMHA.

President & CEO Ray Gorman and Chairman of the Board Nick Pettinico  announced 2014 Board of Directors officers and presented awards to staff and individuals who have made a difference in the lives of CMHA’s clients over the past year.

Community Mental Health Affiliates, Inc. (CMHA) is a private non-profit provider of mental health and substance abuse treatment. CMHA is headquartered in New Britain, with 17 locations in 4 cities and towns throughout northwest and central Connecticut. CMHA provides treatment for more than 5,971 children, adolescents and adults each year. Visit cmhacc.org to learn more.

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