Our Culture

We are a vibrant, community-based non-profit with more than 900 employees in 35 locations across Connecticut. Our culture celebrates quality, innovation, diversity and professionalism. We foster learning and professional development, and we respect and reward meaningful contributions. Our workforce is as broad and diverse as the array of clients we serve and the programs and services we offer, and we’re bound by a passionate commitment to a common goal: to foster positive change in the lives of individuals, families and communities.

Staff News

A Better Future through Wheeler’s Bettor Choice Gambling Program: David’s Story

The recovery process is often filled with pivotal moments. For David Pogg— a recovering gambler for 20 years and a peer counselor for Wheeler’s Bettor Choice Gambling Treatment Program— one of those pivotal moments came during a walk on Hartford’s Charter Oak Bridge in a storm. David was on his way to treatment through Wheeler’s Bettor Choice program, located at that time on Farmington Avenue in Hartford.

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Wheeler Foster Care Highlighted on Fox 61

In Connecticut, there are 4,000 children in foster care, and hundreds more in need of a loving foster home. Wheeler’s Chris Popilowski, senior foster care recruiter, appeared recently on Fox 61 to discuss this issue and how individuals and families can help.

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Jane C. Bourns, Statewide Leader and Child Advocate

Some people have jobs, while others have callings. For Jane Bourns, a deeply devoted clinician, administrator, child advocate and Wheeler employee for nearly three decades, the latter was clearly true. Jane, who passed away in 2003, spent most of her career developing mental health services for children at Wheeler, and strengthening statewide systems and communities serving youth and families.

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Wheeler Absorbs St. Francis's Gengras Pediatric Primary Care Practice

Wheeler Clinic, Connecticut’s leading behavioral health and primary care provider, is absorbing patients from the St. Francis Gengras Pediatric Primary Care practice in Hartford, which closed in early January 2018. A comprehensive integrated care team is serving children and youth at Wheeler’s new Family Health & Wellness Center at 43 Woodland Street in Hartford as of January 9, 2018.

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Mott Corporation Volunteers Collect and Wrap Gifts for Children and Youth in Wheeler Foster Care and Other Programs

More than 12 Health Ambassador volunteers from the Farmington-based Mott Corporation wrapped 225 toys and gifts for children and youth in Wheeler’s foster care and other programs. Mott employees also conducted the gift and toy drive on behalf of Wheeler. The event is part of an ongoing, innovative collaboration between Mott and Wheeler to promote community health and wellness, and engage underserved individuals and families in Bristol and New Britain in accessing primary and behavioral health care information and services.

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