Reliance Health buys former Sears building at 2-6 Cliff St. in Norwich
NORWICH — Reliance Health announced Tuesday morning that it has purchased the former Sears building at 2-6 Cliff St., a Lord family property.
The nonprofit community mental health center, formerly called Reliance House, has several day programs already in place at the building, including an outpatient clinic. Read more...
Reliance Health purchases former Sears building in downtown Norwich
Norwich — Reliance Health has purchased the former Sears building at 2-6 Cliff St. — which the city once had hoped to buy for a police station — for $2.3 million in what agency officials said is both an expansion of services and a consolidation of locations. Read more...
Norwich Winterfest 5K brings community together
NORWICH — A pair of women in gingerbread costumes were sprinting alongside a woman dressed like a Christmas tree down Franklin Street Saturday and a man riding a penny-farthing bicycle from the 1800s was in front of leader Will Sanders.
More than 40 volunteers helped with Point in Time Count this year
There are thousands of individuals and families in homeless shelters at any given time in the U.S., and hundreds more living without shelter in Connecticut. The goal in New London County is always to move families and individuals into permanent housing. United Way of Southeastern Connecticut, contractor for the New London County Fund to End Homelessness, assists with this effort. Read more...
Reliance Health Receives 2016 Backus President’s Award
NORWICH— Reliance Health, formerly Reliance House, a Norwich-based non-profit community mental health center on a mission to enhance health through mental wellness, is the recipient of the Backus 2016 President’s Award.
The award, which includes a $5,000 donation to the organization, was announced at Backus Hospital’s Annual Meeting on Nov. 16. It was established in 2011 to honor people and organizations that collaborate with Backus to help improve health and quality of life in the community. Read more...
- Norwich Winterfest 5K brings community together
- Reliance Health Receives 2016 Backus President’s Award
- Reliance House evolves to become Reliance Health
- 'Range of services' to help panhandlers
- National oral history project coming to Otis Library
- Sailing club teaches self-confidence, teamwork, fun
- Emergency Food and Shelter Program announces grants
- State officials say Connecticut on target to end chronic homelessness this year
- Reliance House program helps pick up trash, debris in Norwich
- Judicial layoffs loom and some concerned about impact
- Down to business: Reliance Health
- Annual count shows region's homelessness in decline
- Wethersfield runner makes it 3 in a row for Norwich Winterfest 5K
- Top Mid-Size Employer: At Reliance House, Social Assistance Extends To One Another
- Reliance House CEO is champion cyclist
- Reliance House group hopes to help beautify city through art
- Reliance House brings mindfulness to veterans
- Former Bacon runner wins Norwich Winterfest 5K
- Norwich Winterfest 5K back after successful debut
- Helping All Employees Succeed And Grow – Reliance House
- Norwich man, 70, pedals his way to cycling gold
- Reliance House sailing partnership builds teamwork
- Reliance House sailors get sea legs on Thames River, dock in Norwich
- A ‘crusty’ cop now champion of the mentally ill
- Leadership Program Partners with Restaurants to Give Back
- With help, once homeless friends become roommates
- 5K race joins Norwich Winter Festival events
- He Followed His Heart And Evolved
- Veterans now have a home, and hope
- Norwich Gallery to Feature Eastern Professors Photos of India
- Norwich Chamber Donates to Nonprofits
- Meet a Veteran: Michael Minzy, of Norwich
- Reliance House shelter dedicated to deceased employee
- Shelter Named for Case Worker
- First Fridays kick off the New Year downtown