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Maureen Berube, LMFT

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

246 Federal Road, Unit C-36, Brookfield, Connecticut

I offer a judgment free zone, a safe and comfortable place to explore solutions. Whether therapy is started to address a specific problem or to achieve higher levels of functioning, we will work together to establish goals and work toward successful resolutions.

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Your family is sure to have a wonderful time in Danbury, Connecticut. If you're moving in, you'll be glad to know your children's education will be well taken care of. Options for your students include Danbury or Henry Abbott Technical High.1 Younger students can attend Broadview or Rodger's Park Middle or one of fourteen elementary schools. When the school's out, the whole family can enjoy a day of swimming, boating, and picnicking at Danbury Candlewood Lake and Park. If you're more in the mood for some indoor entertainment, come on down to the Danbury 16 and enjoy the latest movies on the big screen. And teenagers and kids of all ages will enjoy themselves at Fun Station USA, featuring laser tag, skating, and a video arcade. For a change of pace, fathers can take the gang to Duck Pin Lanes for some bowling. There's a little something for everyone in Danbury.

Mental Health in Danbury

The Midwestern Connecticut Council of Alcoholism is a non-profit addiction recovery-oriented organization, headquartered in Danbury, Connecticut.2 It provides detox and evaluation services, as well as intensive rehabilitation treatment at the Danbury McDonough House, a twenty bed facility that provides medical supervision and consultation as required. Special groups are available for women, men, and seniors, and there are AA and NA support groups that meet at the House on a daily basis. The staff works with clients to devise an ongoing strategy for recovery post-detox. For more information about the programs available at McDonough House or other MCCA Danbury facilities, call (203) 792-4515.

Ann’s Place is a community-based resource for those with cancer and their loved ones.3 They offer a variety of support groups that give those battling cancer and their loved ones the opportunity to share support, encouragement, and knowledge. Their Transitions group is a grief support group for those who have lost someone they cared about to cancer. Men Together is a group specifically for men who have experienced or are experiencing prostate cancer, while Partners is a group for the spouses and significant others of those who currently have or have previously had cancer. For updated support group scheduling, call (203) 790-6568.

Current Initiatives

Off the Streets (OTS) is a community organization working to assist Danbury’s homeless in transitioning from living on the street and in shelters to having a home. Nearly 5,000 people are homeless in Connecticut, and part of OTS' mission is to lower that number.4 Off the Streets volunteers work in soup kitchens, food pantries, and shelters in order to interface with the homeless community and assist those with some form of income in attaining a more permanent home by paying upfront expenses, negotiating with landlords, and funding security deposits.5 For more information, call (203) 733-5880.


References

1. Henry Abbott Technical High School. (2017). Mission Statement. Retrieved from http://www.cttech.org/ABBOTT/about-us/mission/mission.htm
2. MCCA. (2017). McDonough House. Retrieved from http://mccaonline.com/our-programs/inpatient/mcdonough-house/
3. Ann’s Place. (2017). Calendar. Retrieved from http://www.annsplace.org/WhatsHappening/Calendar.aspx
4. CCEH. (2017). Homelessness in Greater Danbury. Retrieved from http://www.cceh.org/pdf/factsheets/danbury.pdf
5. Off the Streets Now. (2017). About OTS. Retrieved from http://offthestreetsnow.com/?page_id=61

Danbury is located in Fairfield County, Connecticut. It has a land area of 41.94 square miles and a water area of 2.24 square miles.  The population of Danbury is 84,657 people with 28,894 households and a median annual income of $66,676. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for Danbury, CT

Generally Affordable

Therapists in Danbury are often within budget with some potential challenges for longer term commitments. Your mental health and well being are a top priority. If accessibility is a concern, ask your counselor about sliding scale fees or inquire about accepted insurance plans