Not just a house. A home and a family.
St. Philip House a program of is not a single place. In fact, it is best described as a doorway to an improved life. St. Philip House is a program that addresses the housing and social service needs of people whose lives have been touched by HIV/AIDS in the Central Connecticut area. Learn more about us...
St. Philip House, a program of Chrysalis Center, hosts Plainville Community Services Providers Group
Members of the group meet monthly to discuss many of the following items:
Information and Referral Services
Case Management Services
Assistance with Other Agency Applications
Screening for Plainville Food Bank, Fuel Bank and Holiday Program Referrals
Screening for the T.P. Strong Fund
Screening for and Provision of Emergency Assistance to residents to prevent Hunger, Homelessness and Illness
Consultation & Assistance to Other Town Departments and Community Agencies on Social Service Matters
Child & Elderly Protective Services Referrals
Assisting in Probate Court and Residents with Social Service Matters
St. Philip House was honored to have the Plainville Community Providers choose their offices for this important monthly meeting. Please contact us should you need more information concerning any of the services offered by St. Philip House or Chrysalis Center.
Representative from Chrysalis Center on behalf of St. Philip House attended the 110th Awards Dinner and Annual meeting of the Plainville Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday, April 24th.
The Annual Dinner recognizes businesses and individuals who have supported both chamber and community activities, programs and events.
This year we are proud to recognize the following people:
Beautification Award: U-Haul Moving & Storage of Pinnacle Rock
Business of the Year: Farmington Bank
Distinguished Community Leader Award: Shirley Osle, Assistant Town Manager
Distinguished Families in Business Award: Tabitha Wazorko Manafort, Principle, TWM Development and Quinn Wazorko Christopher, CEO, M&T Transmission
Distinguished Women in Business Award: Jane A. Carney, Painting & Decorating Inc.
Non-Profit Organization of the Year: The Rotary Club of Plainville
Chrysalis Center, on behalf of its St. Philip House program, was honored to support the event and those who were recognized.
2018 AIDS Awareness Day
St. Philip House employees and clients attended an AIDS Awareness Day rally on the North Steps of the Capitol Wednesday, April 18th. The event was sponsored by AIDS Connecticut and was intended to raise awareness and to urge the General Assembly to maintain state spending for AIDS programs.
The rally was in support of stopping the cutting of funds by the legislature in relation to AIDS programs. According to theDepartment of Health, there are currently over 10,000 individuals living with the condition in Connecticut.
Dr. Mathilde Krim (July 9, 1926 - January 15, 2018)
Mathilde Krim, who crusaded against the scourge of AIDS with appeals to conscience that raised funds and international awareness of a disease that has killed more than 39 million people worldwide, died on Monday at her home in Kings Point, N.Y. She was 91. Read More..
A Recent Client Success
Kenny (not his real name) has been successfully advocating for himself in recent months. He has stated this is a journey to find himself. He attends a large percentage of our scheduled activities which is great as he was one of the people that was initially vocal about not wanting Chrysalis to take over the program. Read More...
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