McCall Foundation to Receive State Grant for Capital Projects

January 7, 2019
McCall Center Receives Grant Award for Capital Projects

I am pleased to announce the McCall Foundation in Torrington received $171,000 in funding from Connecticut's Nonprofit Grant Program.

The McCall Foundation, which is a private, nonprofit behavioral health agency dedicated to substance abuse recovery and prevention, will allocate the grant money for several capital repairs.

These repairs include a replacement of the roof and gutters of the McCall House Intermediate Residential Program; window replacements at the Carnes Weeks Center Intensive Residential Treatment facility and at the foundation’s outpatient clinic.

I am pleased to see the state invest in the capital infrastructure of Connecticut’s nonprofits in order to allow nonprofits to focus on enhancing the quality of services they provide to members of the community. The foundation has assisted in thousands of residents in Northwestern Connecticut on their journey to recovery.

The McCall Center for Behavioral Health has been an important asset in Litchfield County providing individual-centered programs to prevent substance use and abuse, provide coping and resistance skills and strengthen family bonds, among many other valuable services.

The Nonprofit Grant Program was established in 2013 by the Office of Governor Dannel P. Malloy as a way to support nonprofits and provide them with funding for one-time capital projects. Since its inception, the program has provided a total of $105 million in funding to Connecticut’s nonprofits.

Press Release: McCall Center Receives Grant Award for Capital Projects