Community Resources - Region 5
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CACDCommunity based organization that offers federal programs such as energy and diaper assistance203-744-4700 ext.124Tom ThomassenI have placed a WIA intern there and she loved the experience!Adult Ed
Center for Safer Communities (CSC)Group interventions for Domestic Violence (offenders) and Relapse prevention. Mental health counseling for adults and families.203-739-0035 ext. 700, Fax 203-739-0035155 Main Street, Danbury CT 06810Carolina G. Rodriguez, Elke Sweeney
CT Works (thru DSS)Assistance with job training, placement, and opportunities for thru social services and cash assistance clients 4 Liberty StKimWERACE is recognized as an educational instituitoin for their criteriaAdult Ed
Danbury Public LibraryAccess to internet and educational resources, plus programs for children (all ages)(203) 797-4505170 Main Street, Danbury, CT 06810Maryellen Dejong Rodrigo rfuenzalida@danburylibrary.orgAdult Ed
Department of Social ServicesAdministers and delivers a wide variety of services to children, families, adults, people with disabilities and the elderly, including health care coverage, child care, child support, long-term care and supports, energy assistance, food and nutrition aid, and program grants1-855-6CONNECT342 Main Street
Danbury, CT 06810
Adult Ed
Danbury Youth Services (DYS)Counseling, Mentoring, After School Programs, Summer Youth Employment Program (Youth 14-21)(203) 748-293691 West Street, Danbury, CT 06810Joseph Dobbins- (860) 375-4376 Potential Internship site
Adult Ed
Families Network of Western CTTo ensure that all families receive the support they may need in order to get their children off to a safe and healthy start. (first born child)(203) 791-8773
(203) 791-1379 Fax
14 Library Place, Danbury CT 06810Susan Giglio, Directorsgiglio168@aol.comAdult Ed
Family and Children's AidA non-profit agency that offers a range of programs for children, their caregivers and families. For instance mental health counseling for children, substance abuse programs for children, support groups for children, supports groups for parents and caregivers, and foster care arragnments for theraputic purposes.Most of these programs are outpatient but they do have in home counseling available. 203-748-5689, Fax 203-290-818375 West Street, Danbury, CT 06810Chris
Greater Danbury Community HealthHealth Clinic with a scale fee, for uninsurance individuals203-743-010057 North Street, Suite 311, Danbury CTDiana TrumbleyAdult Ed
Head StartEarly childhood education for children 0-5(203) 743-399337 Foster St. Danbury, CTMonicaAdult Ed
Hispanic Center of DanburyHelps Immigrant families(203) 798-28554 Harmony Street, Danbury 06810 CTRosa Gutierrez Ed
Juvenile Review Board (YSB)Shelton community serve as board members and work with SYSB staff and Shelton police to give youth a second chance.(203) 924-7614120 Meadow St. Shelton, CTSilvia Rodriguez
Literacy Volunteers on the GreenESL and citizenship classes/Basic Literacy – reading and writing for native English speakers/FamilyRead® and Family Literacy programs/ Preparation for United States Citizenship Test/ Pre-G.E.D. Preparation/ Workplace Literacy/ College application mentoring for seniors860-355-08307 Whittlesey Avenue, New Mildford 06776Jackie info@lvg-ct.orgAdult Ed
Rescue Educational ServicesTherapy, education, advocacy(203) 791-1904301 Main Street, Danbury, CT 06810
Regional YMCA of Western CTChildcare, Before & Afterschool Care, Summer Camp, Health & Wellness incl. programs to prevent Diabetes, improve Blood Pressure, Fall Prevention, Aging Mastery, Youth and Adult Fitness, Youth Movement & Sports Programs, Youth & Adult Swim Instruction, Red Cross CPR & Lifeguard Training, Scholarships for all programs is available call or stop by for application. 203-775-4444 for Greenknoll Branch, 203-775-1077 for Youth Development and Aquatic Center,
(203) 744-4890 for the YMCA's Children's Center in Bethel,
(203) 775-2840 for the Greenknoll Children's Center, (203) 794-1413 for Escape to the Arts, Danbury CT
246 Federal Road, Brookfield CT 06804
Ask for Directorwww.regionalymca.orgJoe
Ridgefield Adult EducationContinuing Education classes(203) 431-2812Peggy BrunoRidgefieldContinuingEducation@gmail.comCecilia
Salvation ArmyHousing, meals(203) 791-001215 Foster StreetCaptain Lance & Angela Schaffer
The Bridge to Independence and Career OpportunitesEducational, employment, and personal resource center(203) 743-669522 Eagle RdLouann Bloomer
United WayEducation, income, and health(203) 792-5330342 Main Street, Danbury, CT 06810Caroline La Fleurcaroline.lafleur@uwwesternct.orgCecilia
WeCahrSupport for people with disabilities(203) 792-354011 Lake Avenue Extension, Danbury, CT 06810
Western Connecticut Health NetworkEarly Detection and Prevention of Connecticut203-726-024170 Main Street, Danbury CTAlba WongCecilia
Western Regional Adult & Continuing Education (WERACE)Adult Education programs including high school completion (credit diplomas and GED), ESL, citizenship203-797-473110 Crosby St, Danbury CTJody Huzina
WICNutrition counseling and meal subsidy(203) 797-462913 Main Street, Danbury, CT 06810Martha Montagna
Women's CenterCrisis intervention and domestic prevention(203) 731-52002 West Street, Danbury, CT 06810Nadine
Youth Employment ServicePrepares students for part-time employment (203) 797-0741337 Main Street, Danbury, CT 06810
Newtown YSBNewtown Youth & Family Services (NYFS) is a licensed non-profit mental health clinic and youth service bureau that is committed to continuously providing high quality human health services for the well-being of the community. For more than 30 years, NYFS has offered specialized programs and services to individuals of all ages. Amongst the specialized services are: outpatient individual, couple and family counseling and substance abuse treatment services, in addition to offering prevention initiatives, after school, evening and weekend programs and support groups to promote individual and community wellness.(203) 270 433515 Berkshire Road
Sandy Hook, CT 06482
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New Milford YSBThe New Milford Youth Agency creates, coordinates and fosters programs which promote protection, welfare, and well-being of the youth of the Town of New Milford consistent with the needs of local youth and families and the Charter of the Town of New Milford.(860) 210.2030New Milford Youth Agency
2 Pickett District Rd
New Milford, Connecticut 06776
Mark Mankin
Norwalk Youth ServicesJRB and counseling programs for youth and their families who live in Norwalk CT. (203)854-7991Norwalk Youth Services 125 East Street, Norwalk, CT 06856 Mailing adress P.O Box 5125David
Ridgefield Youth Services Bureau Inc.Youth service bureau serves as an advocate for youth and as the coordinating unit of community-based services to provide delivery of prevention, intervention, treatment and follow-up services for resident children and youth.(203) 438-6141Ridgefield Youth Services Bureau Inc. 90 East Ridge, Rd. Ridgefield, CT 06877Lisa
Stamford Youth Services BureauThe mission of the Mayor's Youth Services Bureau is to promote the development of caring, responsible, and successful young people through the Mayor's Youth Leadership Council, the Mayor's Youth Employment Program, Pathfinders Adventure Learning, and the Restorative Justice Project and through collaboration with Stamford's youth serving organizations.(203) 977-5674Stamford Youth Services Bureau 888 Washington Blvd. 6th floor Stamford, CT, 06901 Teresa "Terry" Drew
Wilton Youth Services Wilton Youth Services provides information, programs, help, and services for youth and families. Our team consists of experienced professionals and dedicated volunteers. Our purpose is to offer our assistance and guidance to anyone who is in need of it. Welcome.(203) 834-6241Wilton Youth Services 180 School Road Wilton, CT, 06897 1. Collen Fawcett 2. Christine Davin1. 2.
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