WINDSOR, Conn. – Shipman & Goodwin, LLP, one of the most prominent law firms in Connecticut, is the first business to be named a “Hero” for its support of CHR, the most comprehensive non-profit behavioral healthcare agency in the state.
This designation, based on Shipman & Goodwin’s pledge of support to CHR at the “Be a Hero” level for 2018, was announced during CHR’s annual Golf and Tennis Outing on Sept. 25.
“We are so grateful for the reliable, generous support of Shipman & Goodwin that helps CHR continue to innovate and grow to meet the needs of people from all walks of life in our region who need our services,” said Heather M. Gates, President and CEO of CHR. “Their support is even more meaningful this year as state grant funding has been cut for programs that help some of the most vulnerable people in our state,” she added.
CHR is looking for more heroes to help sustain behavioral healthcare services for people of all ages who need expert care for depression, anxiety, addictions and many other services. To learn more about CHR and becoming a hero, please contact Ken Harrison at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Shipman & Goodwin: With more than 175 attorneys in offices throughout Connecticut, New York and in Washington, DC, Shipman & Goodwin serves the needs of local, regional, national and international clients, including public and private companies, institutions, government entities, non-profit organizations and individuals. For more information, visit www.shipmangoodwin.com.
About CHR: CHR is a comprehensive, non-profit behavioral healthcare agency that offers a broad array of services for adults, children and families whose lives have been touched by mental illness, substance use, trauma and more. CHR has offices through eastern and central Connecticut and was named a Top Workplace for the last four years in a row. Learn more at www.chrhealth.org.