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Patti Walker's Retirement Gala

Time: May 22, 2024 from 6pm to 10pm
Location: Anthony's Ocean View
Street: 450 Lighthouse Road
City/Town: New Haven, CT
Website or Map: http://www.continuumct.org/pa…
Phone: 12035622264
Event Type: fundraiser, auction, gala
Organized By: Deborah Cox
Latest Activity: Apr 5

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Continuum of Care will host a charity event at Anthony’s Ocean View in New Haven.  The evening will feature exquisite food, drinks, music, and inspiration.    All net proceeds from the evening will go directly toward helping individuals struggling with a mental health crisis and/or chronic homelessness.

Our event will also be a celebration of Continuum’s CEO, Patti Walker.   

Patti Walker’s 40+ year journey as the CEO of Continuum of Care has been nothing short of extraordinary, and as she retires, we believe her legacy deserves a celebration that echoes the transformative impact she has had on tens of thousands of lives. When Patti assumed the role of CEO for Continuum of Care, she faced the challenge of managing just one house, New Haven's first Halfway House, with just 13 clients in her charge. Today, under Patti's visionary leadership, Continuum has evolved into one of Connecticut's largest and most comprehensive residential and support services for individuals dealing with mental illness and intellectual disabilities. Continuum now annually helps more than 2,400 people rebuild their lives across 60 locations throughout the state.

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