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Yale University Behavioral Health Services at Hamden
95 Circular Ave, Hamden, CT 06514
Located across the street from  Louise A. Brundage Community Branch Library,  Yale University BehavioralMore Health Services at Hamden is a licensed mental health and substance abuse treatment facility managed through the Yale University Department of Psychiatry.  It offers a variety of services such as; intake and evaluation, crisis intervention, individual and group treatment, family counseling and medication evaluation and management.  It treats adults over the age of 18.
Towne Billiards Cafe
17 Marne St, Hamden, CT 06514
Since 1993, Towne Billiards has been a favorite destination for pool, drinks, music and fun. Couples, singles, groupsMore and families are equally comfortable at Towne. Since pool is one of the few sports where no experience or special skills are needed, it can be enjoyed by everyone. Best of all, our "pool" season lasts all year! Towne Billiards features eighteen Brunswick Gold Crown III pool tables, a full bar, and an elevated lounge with 2 big screen tv's. The music's always playing from your choices on the "Touchtunes" internet jukebox. It is located near the major highways, and minutes away from Quinnipiac University, Yale University, Albertus Magnus, Paier College of Art, Southern Connecticut State University, and The University of New Haven.
Cedarhurst School
871 Prospect St, Hamden, CT 06517
Operated by Yale University, Cedarhurst School is a therapeutic school for students grades 6 through 12. Each student'sMore program is tailored to their needs; some attend traditional classes while others get one-on-one attention. Parental involvement is encouraged. Students can either complete their education at Cedarhurst or transition back into their community high school, depending on their needs. The school's Prospect Street building is the former home of John Day Jackson, who for years owned the New Haven Register.