Welcome to the Clelian
New Clients are Welcome
The Clelian Center is accepting new client applications! Please call Mia or Meg at 203-288-4151 for more information or to set up an appointment and tour.
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Please watch our video to learn more about us!
Week of April 1
Celebrating Passover, the Last Supper and Easter.
The Center will be closed Thursday, April 2 and Friday, April 3
Week of April 6
Songs of Praise and Inspiration, Easter Bottoms-up, Dance Movement Therapy, Easter Games, Bunny Races, Batter Up, Music Therapy, Art Therapy, Passover Story
Week of April 13
Whoga, Bowling, Card Games, Ball Exercises, Outburst, Family Feud, Floor Shuffleboard, Art Therapy, Deal or No Deal, Horseshoes, Heartwarmers Sing-A-Long, Musical Bingo
Week of April 20
Dice Baseball, Dance Movement, Stretch in Time, Horseshoes, Earth Day Fun, Jeopardy, Bocce, Music Therapy, Musical Bingo
Week of April 27
Seasonal Craft, Bocce, Word Games, Sports Play, Sing-A-Long with Dave, Yoga with Ophelia, Golf, Dance to the Music
Every Friday: Sr. Paula Marie's Bible Study
Caregivers' Support Group
261 Benham Street, Hamden
Tuesday, April 10, 2015
All are invited to the Clelian Center Caregivers' Evening Support Group. Our Support Group will be held the 2nd Tuesday of each month, from 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm. For more information call the Clelian Center at 203-288-4151.
Come - Share - Learn - Laugh!
Holiday Closing Schedule for 2015:
Click the calendar tab at the bottome of the page for all monthly events.
Spring is here! Please dress your loved ones appropriately, and label all outer garments.
Please remember to call the Center in the morning at 203-288-4151 if you or your loved one will be absent from the Center, also don't forget to cancel your ride with Greater New Haven My Ride at 203-288-6643.
Notify the Nurse if your loved one has any allergies to the outdoor elements.
If your loved one has been hospitalized or absent for an extended period of time due to illness, a doctor's note is needed to return to the Center.
Also notify the Center with any medication changes and changes to phone numbers, address, and emergency contact information. It is important that we have current information on all our clients, family members and caregivers.
Emergency and Bad Weather Information:
The Clelian Center now has an emergency phone line that will be used as back up to our main number (203-288-4151), when our phone lines go down. The emergency phone line will also have instructions as to the opening and closing status of the Center due to bad weather conditions or power outages. Please do not leave messages on the emergency phone line, it is for instructions only. The emergency phone number is 203-530-2822.
Closing announcements will be listed on:
In the spirit of Mother Clelia Merloni, Foundress of the Apostles of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the staff and volunteers of Clelian Center seek to meet the spiritual, psychological, social and medical needs of adults in a loving and caring environment. The primary mission is to preserve a feeling of self-worth and dignity in each person especially those who need special care. The therapeutic inter- generational program is designed to enhance the quality of life of each of its participants; the Center staff strives to promote daily interaction between children and adults. Clelian Center is a place where every person, young or old, is valued as a unique individual.