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R1 Success Story: United Community Family Services, Griswold, CT

For 139 years United Community and Family Services (UCFS) has provided primary, preventative, and behavioral health care to the communities in eastern Connecticut. Its workforce of over 400 doctors, nurses, and other staff serve more than 20,000 individuals in the area. With the need for expansion, UCFS was committed to finding another location to serve the Town of Griswold. Town officials approached UCFS to consider the former Triangle Wire property at 226 East Main Street. The Town had taken ownership of this brownfield with the goal of redeveloping it for the benefit of the community and had received funding from both EPA and the State of Connecticut to address brownfields concerns.

Read the following Brownfields Success Story fact sheet for more information about United Community Family Services, Griswold, Connecticut.

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