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Statement on Racism & Social Injustice

To build healing relationships that empower children and families to reach their full potential. There is no way to think about the Klingberg Family Centers’ mission without considering the context… Read more »

Foster Care Awareness Month

Did you know that May is National Foster Care Awareness Month? Over the last few months, we have all been impacted in one way or another by the COVID-19 pandemic…. Read more »

Finding Hope Stitch by Stitch

(Contributed by Barbara Maciejewski Wnuk) With a shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) nationally and in Connecticut, four Klingberg Family Centers employees, Annette Lyon, Debra Crivello, Marci Marciniec, and Laura… Read more »

Resource Guide for Families During COVID-19

Updated 4/1/20 As we face the coronavirus in our nation and our own communities we may feel vulnerable, confused, and anxious. Our children and adolescents may feel the same. Here… Read more »

Annual Report 2019

We are pleased to present our Annual Report for the fiscal year of July 1, 2018, to June 30, 2019. View below to learn more about the news and accomplishments… Read more »

Ricky the Receptionist

If you’ve entered Klingberg’s Main Building during the lunch hour this summer, you may have had the privilege of meeting Ricky, who has been covering lunch for our receptionist. Ricky,… Read more »

Student Collects Donations for Foster Care

Reilly Bard, a rising sixth-grader from Southington, Connecticut, is passionate about foster care. She chose this as her communities issue this past year when she ran for Connecticut’s Kid Governor,… Read more »

Dave Tompkins, VP of Programs, Retires

In July we celebrated (and also lamented) the retirement of Dave Tompkins, Vice President of Programs. Dave has been a leader in the field of children’s mental health and child… Read more »

Cultural Competence Committee Holds Art Contest

Klingberg’s Cultural Competence Committee has been working to both improve and celebrate staff and client/student diversity. The Committee hosted a Diversity Art Contest and created diversity banners to display throughout… Read more »

RE: Support of S.B. 876

The following letter was submitted by our President and CEO, Dr. Steven Girelli, as written testimony for today’s public hearing on S.B. 876, particularly as it pertains to nonprofit funding…. Read more »