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Chief Executive Officer

Stonington Institute

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Stonington Institute

75 Swantown Hill Road

North Stonington, Connecticut 06359

United States

Company Description

Stonington Institute operates on a therapeutic community model. This model emphasizes the need for each individual to take responsibility for their own behavior and to accept the positive and negative consequences of their choices. Our substance abuse pro ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director

Universal Health Services , Inc.

Assistant Professor

Albertus Magnus College

Of Counsel

Brenner Saltzman & Wallman LLP

Affiliations

Member of the Integrated Service System Planning Process
Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services

BOARD OF REGENTS Member
COLORADO

Board Member
Arts Council of Greater New Haven

Member of Various Local Boards
Blackstone Memorial Library

Member of the Virginia Law Review
University of Virginia School of Law

Connecticut Board of Governors
Higher Education

Member and Chair
Eastern Service Network

Board Member
CTCEF

Board Member
Weston Education Foundation

Education

University of Virginia School of Law

B.A.

Catholic University

BA

The Catholic University of America

J.D.

M.A.

law degree

University of Virginia

masters

University of Virginia

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veterans causes, Golden Kielbasa Veterans Open 2014 Gallery

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Left to right, DAV Chapter 8 Service Officer Dennis Taricani; Tournament Founder and Director Dennis Buden; Kate Lanesey of Friends of Fisher House Connecticut; Farmington Bank Vice President and Broad Street, New Britain Branch Manager Jadwiga Panus; Farmington Bank Community Foundation Executive Director Chris Traczyk; House of Heroes Connecticut Co-Chairman Bill May; Stonington Institute CEO Bill Aniskovich; and DAV Chapter 8 Commander Ron Pelletier.


William A. ...

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William A. Aniskovich

tel:203.772.2600 fax: 203.772.2098 waniskovich@bswlaw.com
Bill Aniskovich worked as a BSW summer associate in 1987 and joined the firm as a litigation associate in 1989, after graduating from the University of Virginia School of Law, where he was a member of the Virginia Law Review and the Journal of Law & Politics. Bill graduated Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude from Catholic University in 1989 and has an MA in American Government from the University of Virginia.
Bill served in the Connecticut State Senate from 1990-2004 and was appointed to the Connecticut Board of Governors for Higher Education, where he served as a member from 2005 until 2010. In 1995, Bill became general counsel at Stonington Institute, in North Stonington, CT. He was appointed Stonington's Executive Director in 1997 and CEO in 2004.
He re-joined the firm in an "Of Counsel" role in 2014. He lives in Branford with his wife Jennifer and their two daughters.


Leadership And Staff - Stonington Institute

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William A. Aniskovich, M.A., J.D.

joined the Institute in 1995 and has been the CEO of Stonington Behavioral Health, Inc. since June 2004.
Bill has led the significant growth in Stonington's inpatient and partial hospital programs for adults, and the establishment of adolescent services in 1999. Bill directed the creation and expansion of a community sober house program for adults with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders and then led the successful federal court litigation that protects the rights of persons with mental illness and substance abuse disorders under the Federal Fair Housing Act and the Americans With Disabilities Act (CHMC v. City of New London, et. al). Most recently, he directed the successful effort to create a Tricare-certified, co-occurring ready, residential trauma program for active duty service men and women at the North Stonington campus.
Bill received his BA from The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. and earned his masters and law degree at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA. He was a state Senator in the Connecticut General Assembly from 1990 to 2004, finishing his career as the Senate Minority Leader Pro Tempore. Bill is a member and former chair of the Eastern Service Network, a provider network of community-based substance abuse and mental health providers in eastern Connecticut. He is also a member of the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) "Integrated Service System" planning process. In 2004, Bill was appointed by the Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson to the SAMHSA Mental Health Services National Advisory Council in Washington, D.C.
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Bill has received numerous awards for his legislative and professional advocacy on behalf of persons with mental illness and substance abuse disorders.


Stonington Institute Profiles

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William A. Aniskovich, M.A., J.D. - CEO/Managing Director

Bill Aniskovich has been the CEO of Stonington Behavioral Health, Inc., the company that owns and operates Stonington Institute, since June, 2004. Bill joined the Institute in 1995 and served as its Executive Director prior to his becoming CEO. Bill was a state Senator in the Connecticut General Assembly from 1990 to 2004, finishing his career as the Senate Minority Leader Pro Tempore. At Stonington, Bill has overseen significant growth across all adult programs and the establishment of adolescent services in 1999. Bill directed the creation and expansion of a community transitional housing program for adults with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. He also successfully challenged local regulatory efforts to shut down the transitional housing program in federal court, winning a case that protects the rights of persons with mental illness and substance abuse disorders under the Federal Fair Housing Act and the Americans With Disabilities Act (CHMC v. City of New London, et. al). Bill is a member and former chair of the Eastern Service Network, a provider network of community-based substance abuse and mental health providers in eastern Connecticut. He is also a member of the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) "Integrated Service System" planning process. In 2004, Bill was appointed by Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson to the SAMHSA Mental Health Services National Advisory Council in Washington, D.C.
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Bill has received numerous awards for his legislative and professional advocacy on behalf of persons with mental illness and substance abuse disorders.


CMHS Programs: National Advisory Council Biographical Sketches

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William A. Aniskovich, J.D., State Senator and Executive Vice President of Connecticut Hospital Management Corporation, North Stonington, Connecticut

Mr. Aniskovich is a State Senator and Senate Minority Leader Pro Tempore for the State of Connecticut.He is currently serving his seventh term in the State Senate.He also is CEO/Managing Director of Stonington Behavioral Health, Inc., a state-licensed psychiatric hospital offering inpatient and outpatient adult and adolescent behavioral health services in southeastern Connecticut.In his healthcare capacity with Stonington, Mr. Aniskovich directed the creation and expansion of a community transitional housing program for adults with substance abuse and co-occuring disorders.He also successfully challenged local regulatory efforts to shut down the transitional housing program in federal court, winning a case that sought to protect the rights of persons with mental illness and substance abuse disorders under the federal Fair Housing Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act (CHMC v. City of New London, et.al).Mr. Aniskovich is a member and former chair of the Eastern Service Network, a provider network of community-based substance abuse and mental health providers in eastern Connecticut and a member of Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services "Integrated Service System" planning process.Mr. Aniskovich has received numerous awards for his legislative advocacy on behalf of persons with mental illness and substance abuse disorders.

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