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Forensic Health Services
825 Broad St, Meriden, CT 06450
Forensic Health Services is a company based in Meriden that specializes in teenage probation. The company takes in teensMore of various backgrounds who have been in trouble with the law.
Meriden YMCA Art Center
14 W Main St, Meriden, CT 06451
Meriden YMCA Art Center offers a variety of art classes for children, teens and adults. Courses in dance, drawing,More painting, writing, clay, mosaics and carving are all offered. 
City of Meriden Housing Authority
22 Church St, Meriden, CT 06451
The City of Meriden Housing Authority provides nearly 1,400 units of subsidized housing for moderate- to low-incomeMore Meriden residents. It manages five apartment complexes: Mills Memorial, Community Towers, Chamberlain Heights, Johnson Farms and Yale Acres. It also gives vouchers for subsizided rent in privately-owned buildings throughout the city. With ongoing renovation and rebuilding projects, the entity's 39 full-time staff members are always in motion. They also provide services for residents, like savings programs, computer and literacy training, teen activities, daycare and employment training.
Rainbow Apparel
311 W Main St, Meriden, CT 06451
Rainbow Apparel features trendy urban fashions for teens, adults and plus-size men and women. This store has everythingMore from shoes to lingerie to accessories at affordable prices and this particular location is a bright roomy store. Rainbow also features a lay-away option for 30 days with 20 percent down on a minimum $50 purchase.
The Cove
250 Pomeroy Ave, Meriden, CT 06450
This non-profit organization helps children and teens deal with grief over the loss of a loved one or otherMore traumatic experience. The Meriden center is one of four in the state. Services are free to clients, paid for by donations from corporations and generous individuals. The Cove's Family Program offers two-hour peer support meetings twice a month during the school year. In separate meetings, parents and guardians learn how to help their young family members deal constructively with their grief. The "Good Grief" School Program allows children of all grade levels to participate in peer support groups at school. This helps children avoid the negative consequences of unresolved grief, which can include poor school performance, behavioral problems and social isolation.