Melissa in the Morning: Mental Health in CT

It is estimated that more than 300,000 adults in Connecticut have experienced mental health distress in the past 12 months. We spoke with the CEO of The new McCall Behavioral Health Network to learn how it works to help and heal them all. ((00:00))

Following the Bristol officer tragedies, police are on edge in Connecticut, including in Fairfield. First selectwoman Brenda Kupchick shared why the legislature should use this incident as a wakeup call to take a second look at the police accountability law. ((10:24))

A group of teens had the opportunity of creating a cabaret theater show. We spoke with 15-year-old Helen Hen about her experience and the upcoming New Paradigm Theatre show this month. ((24:10))

A local farm meant for serving and teaching the community is hosting a harvest festival. We got all the details from executive director, Ann Taylor, about New Pond Farm Education Center. ((30:38))

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