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Mental Health


Serving Danbury and Norwalk  in Fairfield County


Catholic Charities Behavioral Health Counseling Services serves ALL and accepts most private insurances. The program provides counseling, support and education to children, adolescents, adults, seniors and families of Fairfield County. Our services are provided by Licensed Social Workers, Professional Counselors, Marriage/Family Therapists and a Psychiatric Medical Director. History of 42 years experience offering expert individual, family and group counseling for mild to severe presenting problems in Fairfield County.


Licensed by the CT State Department of Public Health (DPH)

Licensed by the CT State Department of Children and Families (DCF)

Our Staff

Clinic staff consists of skilled master level and licensed clinicians with training in various mental health disciplines, including counseling, clinical social work, medication management, and marriage and family therapy.


  • Specialization in Informed Trauma Care for children and adults
  • Family therapy
  • Child therapy
  • Medication Management for children, adolescents, adults and seniors.
  • Group counseling for anxiety, stress, anger management, life transitions, mental health self care.
  • “Putting Children First” – State of CT approved educational group for divorcing parents as required by CT Court System.
  • Day & Early Evening Appointments
  • In – Office and Telehealth Visits
  • Most private commercial insurances accepted
  • Medicare and Medicaid (Husky ) accepted

Who to Contact

Danbury Clinic
(203) 743-4412
Fax: (203) 738-1188

Norwalk Clinic
(203) 750- 9711
Fax: (203) 750-9651

Charles Coretto, LCSW
Director, Behavioral Health Services
[email protected]


Danbury Clinic
405 Main Street
Danbury, CT 06810

Norwalk Clinic
120 East Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06851


Program Hours

Monday – Thursday: 8:30 AM – 7:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Giving Tuesday: “It’s About Connections”

Giving Tuesday: “It’s About Connections”

Mental health and a sense of wellbeing are all about connections, says Richard Madwid, MS, LPC, LADC, CCS, director of Behavioral Health Services for Catholic Charities of Fairfield County.

He says the COVID-19 crisis has disrupted connections between friends, family and the larger community. As a result, over the past two years Catholic Charities has seen a dramatic increase in requests for counseling and mental health services for conditions ranging from anxiety and depression to domestic violence and substance abuse.

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