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Kids In Crisis proudly works collaboratively in the community

Community Partnership Programs

Greenwich Together (formerly Greenwich Prevention Council)
A council made up of 31 Greenwich social service, educational, governmental, medical, law enforcement, religious and civic organizations  united in the mission to mobilize youth, parents and community partners to prevent substance misuse, promote behavioral and mental health and strengthen healthy choices through positive youth, family, and community development.
Co-chairs: Police Chief Jim Heavey and Human Services Commissioner Dr. Alan Barry. Administration provided by Kids In Crisis. For more information contact GreenwichTogether@kidsincrisis.org

Town of Greenwich Juvenile Review Board (JRB)
A restorative justice program provides first time juvenile offenders who have committed a misdemeanor an opportunity to avoid the juvenile court system through the admission of guilt and taking responsibility for actions. The offending youth and family appear before a panel made up of Greenwich Police, Dept. of Social Services and community agency representatives to develop an  individualized three-month goal-oriented contract .e.g., community service, restitution, therapeutic services,). A Kids In Crisis Outreach Worker meets weekly with the youth to provide case management services to help guide the completion of all required goals in the contract.

The Greenwich Interagency Team (IAT)
A multidisciplinary team comprised of members from Greenwich Public Schools, Department of Human Services and community agencies, committed to connecting  identified and referred youth with supports and services that will allow them to be more successful in school, at home and in the community. This voluntary program is for families and youth experiencing truancy, disruptive behaviors, mental health/ substance use concerns and other struggles. A three-month action plan is developed by the IAT, family, and youth to address the identified concerns. A Kids In Crisis Outreach Worker meets with the youth and family to help guide and support implementation of the action plan.

In Schools

 We provide direct service to kids where they go every day



  • Columbus Magnet, Norwalk
  • Cos Cob Elementary School
  • Glenville School, Greenwich
  • Greenwich Country Day School
  • Hindley Elementary School, Darien
  • Holmes Elementary School, Darien
  • King School, Stamford
  • New Lebanon School, Greenwich
  • Newfield Elementary School, Stamford
  • North Mianus Elementary School, Greenwich
  • Old Greenwich School
  • Ox Ridge Elementary School, Darien
  • Parkway  School, Greenwich
  • Roxbury Elementary School, Stamford
  • Royle Elementary School, Darien
  • Springdale Elementary School, Stamford
  • Tokeneke Elementary School, Darien
  • Waterside Elementary School, Stamford



  • AITE, Stamford
  • Brien McMahon HS, Norwalk
  • Central Middle School, Greenwich
  • East Ridge Middle School, Ridgefield
  • Eastern Middle School, Greenwich
  • New Canaan High School
  • Newtown High School
  • Norwalk High School
  • Ridgefield High School
  • Scotts Ridge Middle School, Ridgefield
  • Western Middle School, Greenwich
  • Wilton High School


In the Community

We reach out to people and provide direct services


  • KidTalk: Boys and Girls Club, Greenwich
  • SafeTalk: Boys and Girls Club, Greenwich, Camp Simmons, Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS)
  • Boys and Girls Club, Stamford
  • Building One Community, Stamford 


Collaborations and Referrals (to/from)

We work together to help meet multiple needs of our clients and those of other agencies


  • 211 CT Emergency Mobile Crisis
  • Ability Beyond
  • Arch Center, Greenwich
  • Boards of Education: Greenwich, Stamford, Norwalk, New Canaan, Ridgefield, Newtown, Wilton
  • Boys and Girls Club, Greenwich, Stamford
  • Building One Community, Norwalk
  • Child Guidance Center of Mid-Fairfield County
  • Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut
  • Children’s Learning Centers of Fairfield County
  • Connecticut Renaissance
  • Domus Kids
  • Family and Children’s Agency
  • Family Centers
  • Homes with Hope
  • Hospitals and Health Departments: Bridgeport, Stamford, Norwalk, Greenwich, Yale-New Haven Children’s, Four Winds, Silver Hill, Hall-Brooke, St. Vincent’s
  • Liberation Programs
  • Neighbor to Neighbor
  • New Canaan Youth Center
  • Open Door Shelter
  • Person to Person
  • Police and Youth Services Departments throughout Fairfield County
  • Joseph’s Parenting Center
  • Supportive Housing Services
  • The Depot Teen Center
  • The Rowan Center
  • YMCAs in Darien, Greenwich, Stamford
  • YWCA, Greenwich



We work collaboratively on assessing community needs, providing community education, and creating/changing national through local level policy to promote every child’s well-being


  • Connecticut Alliance for Children’s Mental Health
  • Darien Thriving Youth Task Force
  • Greenwich Achievement Gap Workgroup
  • Greenwich Inter-Agency Steering Committee
  • Greenwich Together
  • Greenwich YWCA Domestic Violence Committee
  • Healthy Minds CT Southwest Regional Mental Health Board
  • Housatonic Valley Coalition Against Substance Use, Drug Free Schools Committee
  • The HUB: Behavioral Health Action Organization for Southwestern CT
  • Interfaith Council of Southwestern Connecticut
  • Juvenile Justice Learning Lab Collaborative
  • National Network of Runaway and Youth Services
  • National Network 4 Runaway Youth Policy Action Council
  • New Canaan Coalition for Youth and Families
  • New Canaan Domestic Violence Partnership
  • New Canaan Parent Support Group Event Committee
  • New England Network for Child, Youth and Family Services
  • Norwalk ACTS (Cradle to Career Collective Impact Network) – Social Emotional Learning Workgroup
  • Norwalk ACTS – Mental Health Committee
  • Norwalk Community Prevention Task Force
  • Opening Doors Fairfield County Coordinating Council
  • Regional Prevention Council Ridgefield Youth Commission
  • Ridgefield Youth Commission
  • Runaway and Homeless Youth Task Force
  • Stamford Child and Adolescent Mental Health Campaign Initiative
  • Stamford Cradle to Career Community Task Force
  • Stamford Cradle to Career Infant Health Community Action Network
  • Stamford Cradle to Career Kindergarten Readiness Community Action Network
  • Stamford School Readiness Council
  • Stamford Vita Health and Wellness Community Collaborative
  • Stamford’s Focus on Youth
  • Youth Engagement Team Initiatives

We appreciate the great entities we partner with. If we’ve accidentally omitted yours, please let us know so we can fix it.