Rating: 4.38 stars   8 reviews


21 Montauk Ave No 301 New London CT 06320 USA


To deliver comprehensive, recovery-focused services in a person-centered, outcome driven and responsive environment, respectful of the diversity and individual needs within the community.


New london outpatient - provides outpatient individual and group counseling, intensive outpatient day treatment, medication management and assessment services. The program also operates the cssd and federal probation contracts from this location.

yas right of passage program - a residential program that works primarily with young adults (18-25) who are diagnosed with a form of autism, pdd, aspergers, etc. In combination with an axis i diagnosis. The focus of the program is to teach and mentor these young adults and assist them and their families with achieving goals that they never thought they would be able to reach.

supervised apartment program - is a residential supported apartment program housing 21 individuals in single and two bedroom apartments and affording 24 / 7 staffing on the premise. The program is for adults 18+ with severe and persistent illness that require the supports and skills training in order to rehabilitated or habilitate the skills needed for independent living in the community. The program is staffed with an on-site program manager who oversees the day to day operations, a case manager who provides the case management needs of the 21 clients residing in the program, a rehabilitation specialist to teach skills development and support community integration and mental health workers to provide oversight, support and skills development.

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I have worked in a software vendor capacity with Sound Community Services over the last 8 months. It is always mentioned that healthcare in general is slow to change, and this belief is probably even more profound for the behavioral health community. Gail Lawson and her team at Sound are an exception to this widely-held belief. They have creatively used technology to drive greater productivity but, more importantly, to deliver high quality care to those societal members most in need. They possess great attitudes, are enthusiastic about their mission, and deliver a great service to their clients. One doesn't run across high-performing and ethical organizations very often, so it leaves a lasting impression when you do come across one. Sound Community Services has certainly made a lasting impression on me.

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a technology perspective

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

deliver even more technology tools to further enhance Sound's ability to impact more lives

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