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    Supporting Events.

    • Annual Staff Appreciation Dinner

      January 31, 2017 We had a wonderful time at our annual staff appreciation dinner at Geno's Grille. LISA, Inc. is so grateful for our talented, dedicated staff!
    • Executive Director Kim Selvaggi Honored

      April 27, 2017 Kim Selvaggi received an Executive Director Award at the annual Southington Chamber Dinner. The award recognizes outstanding executives who use their skills to work for the betterment of the Southington community.
    • LISA, Inc. Receives Generous Donation from HomeGoods

      May 7, 2017 In honor of their Grand Opening, HomeGoods awarded LISA, Inc. a $10,000 donation. We are gratified and encourage you to visit the Southington HomeGood's at 99 Executive Blvd S.
    • Calcagni Real Estate & HIllcrest Village Clothing Drive

      March 21, 2019 Our friends at Calcagni Real Estate & Hillcrest Village hosted a drive to collect professional clothing & accessories to help young men and women build a career wardrobe and boost their confidence. 
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Learn more about the programs that you can help support.

  • Community Based Life Skills (CBLS)

    A non-residential program for youth ages 14- older throughout Connecticut. Individulized sessions teaching life skills to teenagers in foster care, support the transition to independent living.

  • Lisa's WISH

    Lisa's WISH provides a warm, safe, secure, structured environmet, counseling, therapy and more. Statewide referrals by the Department of Children and Families for females ages 17-21 with mild to moderate mental health needs, history of abuse, and/or in foster care.

  • Supervised Apartments and Independent Living Program (SAIL)

    Transitional apartments for older adolescent males and females working towards independence- including expectant and parenting mothers and fathers LISA, Inc. owns one and two bedroom condos, with 24/7 staff coverage and support.

  • Youth Excellence Project (YEP)

    The Youth Excellence Project is a program for adolescent boys ages 13-17 who are in foster care, congregate care or an independent living facility in Connecticut.  Participating youth take part in two half-day workshops per month leading up to a weeklong adventure trip to the Channel Islands National Park in Santa Barbara, CA.