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About Our Auction
Purple Light Project was created in 2020 to bring support to our behavioral health emergency department patients. Purple was named after purple pod, HH’s behavioral health emergency department. The light represents Hartford HealthCare’s (HHC) commitment to serving our patients 24/7; someone is always here if you or someone you know needs help. Since its inception, the need has grown and PLP strives to bring support to the entire HHC behavioral health system. Our patients benefit from food vouchers, safe transportation to a support system’s residence, warm winter clothing, dignity and hygiene items or human experience items for while they are in treatment with us. Mental health needs are often stigmatizing and far too often, in the shadow. We don’t think there is anyone who doesn’t know someone right now who isn’t struggling.
About Hartford HealthCare; The Purple Light Project
Hartford HealthCare has 7 behavioral health hospitals spread throughout CT; Institute of Living, Natchaug, Charlotte Hungerford, St. Vincent's, Backus, Rushford & Hospital of Central CT. In these 7 hospitals, there are 15 inpatient sites and over 40 ambulatory programs. We provide mental health care to children, adolescents and adults. Hartford HealthCare is the second largest employer in CT and employs over 37,000 colleagues.