Generations Family Health Center | Willimantic, Norwich, Putnam and Danielson CT

Give Kids a Smile Day

AdobeStock 9073528Friday, February 5, 2016, is GIVE KID'S A SMILE DAY! Stop in at one of Generations' sites and ask about our dental services for children and adults. There will be giveaways for children. New Patients Welcome! Schedule an appointment! Remember, A Healthy Mouth is A Healthy You!

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MLK health fair drew 70

Chronicle Staff Writer
January 19, 2016

WILLIMANTIC — In the spirit of Martin Luther King Day, those who attended a health fair Monday werereminded of the legacy of the late civil rights leader. On Aug. 28, 1963, King delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” speech in Washington D.C., during which he emphasized a vision that all human beings would haveequal rights one day.

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Thanks to the generous donations from staff and community partners, we will be handing out new and gently used clean coats and winter clothing to help ensure that no adult or child will face the cold weather without appropriate clothing. Men, women and children’s sizes available!

Friday, January 22nd, 2016
8:00 am–4:00 pm

202 Pomfret Street Putnam
In our Conference Room

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Martin Luther King Free Health Fair

Monday, January 18, 2016

12 NOON – 3 PM

Generations Family Health Center
40 Mansfield Avenue • Willimantic

Open to the Community • No Charge!

EDUCATIONAL TABLES: Current Health Topics

GUEST SPEAKERS: Presenters from different clubs and organizations at Eastern CT State University will be giving a speech about Dr. King and what he means to the millennium generation

FOR MORE INFORMATION: or 860.465.8281

Brought to you by the Eastern Connecticut Area Health Education Center

Turning a New Leaf

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Generations Family Health Center has launched a campaign that will impact our employees, our patients and the community.
Called “Turning a New Leaf”, (#TurningANewLeaf) it will provide many opportunities for improvement – from each and every one of us.



Turning a new leaf yourself. Have you recently lost weight, started an exercise program, reduced your blood pressure or stopped smoking? Let’s share those victories! They don’t need to be huge as every effort is significant.

Show kindness. So many times our community goes above and beyond what is required. Share these special acts by letting us know. It could be volunteering in the community or donating your skills to a worthy cause.

Have you learned a new skill. Everyday we are required to learn new things for our job, as part of a family, or for our own self improvement. It could be a continuing education class you take, a healthy lifestyle fitness class or even a craft you’ve always wanted to learn.

Send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Tell us what you’ve done, and attach a photo of you doing your New Leaf activity.
Group photo? We also accept group photos submitted. Please be sure to list the relationship to you, and the achievement. Make sure to get permission from the individuals in the photo. High-resolution cell phone pictures are requested.

Let’s start 2016 with a positive, healthy attitude. We hope you can help us to achieve this goal for our patients and the community!

Generations Family Health Center reserves the right to not use photos submitted and those deemed inappropriate.

Remembering Our Homeless


National Homeless Persons’ Memorial Day

"The Longest Night of the Year"

Monday, December 21, 2015
5:00-7:00 pm

Windham Region No Freeze Hospitality Center
75 Bridge Street, Willimantic


Homeless Persons Memorial Day Event

Monday, December 21, 2015
5:30 pm

42 Reynolds Street, Danielson

We are asking those that attend to donate a hygiene item and/or a non-perishable food item for those in need.


Tex-Mex-Cember Meal Fundraiser:
Generations Family Health Center’s Norwich staff will be donating, preparing and serving Tex-Mex fare

Monday, December 21, 2015
5:00-7:00 pm

St. Vincent De Paul Soup Kitchen, Norwich

Tickets are $7 each or $10 for two. To purchase tickets, sponsor one of the homeless population, donate to the meal or soup kitchen, or volunteer services at the event, please contact; Judi Gaudet by email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by phone (860) 885-1308 x 3012.

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Willimantic (860) 450-7471
Behavioral Health Services/Willimantic (860) 450-0585
Danielson (860) 774-7501
Norwich (860) 885-1308
Putnam (860) 963-7917

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