CHR’s Executive Leadership Team is a HERO

January 24, 2018

Together,  CHR's Executive Leadership Teamdonated more than $16,000 through CHR's annual employee giving campaign, bringing the combined gift to the "Be a Hero" giving level.
"I'm so proud of my colleagues for demonstrating their dedication to CHR's mission with such generosity. Each person on our team cares deeply about CHR and the children, families and individuals we serve," said CHR's President and CEO, Heather Gates, who was the pacesetter and made the largest gift.
Earlier this year, CHR introduced  new giving levels that combine sponsorships of fund raising events. The first individual to give at the highest level, "Be a Hero," was Enfield businessman Phil Tartsinis and the first business to participate at this level is Shipman & Goodwin, LLP, one of the most prominent law firms in Connecticut.
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 Maureen McGuire or visit
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 throughout eastern and central Connecticut and was named a Top Workplace for the last four years in a row. Learn more