We believe people can change
We believe people can change
We believe people can change

Helping Individuals & Families Succeed

NAFI CT is a multi-service agency that provides programming, consultation, and individualized support services to youth, families, and adults in a variety of settings across Connecticut. Our core services include foster care, developmental services, residential treatment, and in-home services and consultations. We take a respectful and dignified approach to all care services, with the mission of empowering individuals and strengthening families.

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Educational Programs

Special education schools & programs that address all areas of a child’s growth simultaneously for long-term change.

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Community-Based Programs

Alternative services based on peer empowerment, group work, accountability for actions and recognition of achievement.

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Residential Programs

Long- and short-term comprehensive treatment services for youth & adults, provided in a home-like environment.

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Foster Care

Open your home and heart to a youth in need.

NAFI CT offers support services and training for foster families to help create life-long family ties. Together, we'll build upon the strength of your unique family and give a child a world of possibilities.

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Friends of NAFI/NFI Newsletter – Annual Conference EditionJan 28, 2020

Friends of NAFI/NFI Newsletter – 2019 Annual Conference Edition This edition of the newsletter shares the highlights from our Annual Conference. Check it out by clicking the link above!

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Hearst Connecticut Names NAFI CT to Top Workplaces 2022 ListSep 25, 2022

NAFI Connecticut, Inc. has been awarded a Top Workplaces 2022 honor by The Hearst Connecticut Top Workplaces. The list of winners was announced Sept. 25 and marks the seventh consecutive year of Top Workplaces honors from either Hearst, The Hartford Courant, or both. Hearst also honored NAFI CT in 2016, 2017, 2020 and 2021. The Courant […]