The Connecticut Institute for Communities has expanded its health center. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Thursday for the 8,500 square foot wing of their 120 Main Street building. It houses three new dental rooms, a new family medicine suite, eight additional pediatric and adult medicine exam rooms, and a primary care simulation laboratory for the Teaching Health Center program. CIFC unveiled a new logo for the building, which will now be called CIFC Health. The federally-qualified community health center does not turn people away and uses a sliding-fee basis for patients.