Young Adult Services Right Track/LGBTQ Specialty

Right TrackDesigned for the unique needs of the LGBTQ community—who are at greater risk for psychosocial stressors, adjustment difficulties, negative coping and family rejection—in addition to their co-occurring mental health difficulties.

This program, the only one of its kind in Connecticut, can accept patients who are younger than the other YAS program, starting at age 16. The team works with LGBTQ young adults who struggle with mental illness to develop the ability to identify and modulate stress and stigma, strengthen family and family-of-choice connections, expand individual positive and creative coping skills, and capitalize on personal strengths.

For more information regarding the LGBTQ specialty track please contact:

Derek A. Fenwick, Psy.D.
Clinical Coordinator

Young Adult Services Tracks

  • IOL Access Center

    If you are interested in attending any of the programs provided through YAS or for referral information please call the IOL Access Center:

    Hours: Monday-Friday, 8am-8:30pm
    Toll Free: 800.673.2411

    For General Information, select Option #2
    For Referrals, select Option #3

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