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Hartford ranked seventeenth finest metro metropolis for single millennials

Additionally trending Thanksgiving custom that started six years in the past over a mistaken textual content continues this 12 months.

HARTFORD, Conn. — The town of Hartford was ranked No. 17 as the most effective metro for single millennials, in accordance with a report by Porch.

The report states millennials make up simply over 20% of Hartford’s metro inhabitants, and practically 35% of them are single.

Researchers at Porch reviewed developments within the ages People married and located the common age at first marriage was 20 for ladies and 22 for males again in 1950. In 2020, that modified

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TryCycle Mobile App: Where Technology, Peer Support Meet For Those in Recovery | Hartford HealthCare

August 30, 2021

By Michelle Voegtle, M.Ed.
Licensed Professional Counselor
Clinical Program Manager

Jessica, a young adult struggling with her mental health, found herself having suicidal thoughts one evening.

She remembered the mobile application, TryCycle, that her recovery support specialist had encouraged her to use for exactly this reason. She opened the app and logged her thoughts, and shortly after, received a wellness phone call from the on-call recovery support specialist. A plan was quickly put into place and Jessica was able to connect with a psychiatrist and remain stable and safe.

Jessica’s story — her

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Hartford offering free mobile walk-up COVID-19 vaccine clinics for residents from April 14-18

The clinics will take place all over the capital city to any resident older than 18-years of age.

HARTFORD, Conn. — Hartford has announced more mobile walk-up clinics for its residents starting on April 14. 

During a press conference Monday, Mayor Luke Bronin said the mobile clinics will administered either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine. 

All Hartford residents 18-years and older are eligible for the clinics. Walk-ups are welcome and anyone who wants a shot can make an appoitnment by calling 211. 

Mayor Bronin says he is hopeful the pause on the Johnson and Johnson vaccine will be brief, because

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Hartford health officials announce opening of 8 mobile vaccinations clinics from April 14

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Between April 14 and April 19, there will be eight mobile vaccine clinics across Hartford that do not require appointments, officials announced.

For the FEMA/Trinity Health Of New England clinics between Friday and Monday, appointments are encouraged and can be made by calling 2-1-1. Walk-ups will be taken as well.

See below for the full list:

CLINIC: City of Hartford Department of Health and Human Services
WHERE: Outside on Burr Mall, 550 Main Street, Hartford
WHEN: Wednesday, April 14, 2021, 2 PM – 6:30 PM
APPOINTMENTS: Walk-up first dose Moderna clinic, no appointment necessary; second dose

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