Careers at HBH

Hartford Behavioral Health, a Joint Commission accredited non-profit behavioral-health system of care, has been making a difference in our community for over 30 years. HBH promotes diversity in the workplace and is an equal employment opportunity.  From clinical positions to administrative and support, there are opportunities for you to join the HBH team and become a member of one of Hartford's oldest behavioral-health organization. We are committed to service excellence, and offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits and a comfortable work environment.  Our benefits program includes health and dental insurance, short-term disability and life insurance, medical, and employer-matching retirement 403(b) plan, and a generous paid time off benefit package. 

Click on the job listing links below for more information:

Licensed Fee for Service Adult Outpatient Clinician

Project Safe Volunteer

CSSD Clinician

 

 

If you are interested in applying to any of these postions please send your cover letter and resume to Abby Rodriquez at abby.rodriguez@hartfordbehavioralhealth.org

Internship Programs

We train approximately 5 students and interns entering the field of mental health each year.  Our comprehensive training program for students provides practicum and work experience opportunity for future social workers, psychologists, marriage and family therapists, nurses and psychiatrists.  Our psychology internship program and our master's level internships follow regulations and standards set forth by the University of Connecticut.

Volunteers

HBH offers several opportunities in its volunteer program for those with a little extra time and seek a meaningful way to spend it.  From assisting at the reception's desk, filing of charts and data entry tasks to answering telephone inquiries, volunteers can help our agency in its mission. Volunteers are needed for four-hour shifts anytime between 8.30 Am to 4.30 PM Monday through Friday. As a matter of policy, all volunteers will be subject to a background check and drug screening. 

 




Free Workshop

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To quit smoking, call Connecticut QuitLine at 1-800-QUIT-NOW.

Children and Adult services are available now with no wait time.  Please contact HBH Intake Department at 860-548-0101, option 1.

 


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