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5125     4-H Center At Auer Farm

158 Auer Farm Road

Bloomfield, CT 06002

Phone:  860-242-7144

Fax:  860-243-0005

Elizabeth Salsedo, Cooperative Extension Program Specialist

email:  salsedo@snet.net

web site:  http://www.canr.uconn.edu/ces/fourh/farms.html


The 4-H Farm Resource Center provides education for children on what a farm can provide for people.


5083            ACCESS Community Action Agency

1315 Main Street

Willimantic, CT 06226

Phone:  860-450-7400

Fax:  860-450-7477

Peter DeBiasi, Executive Director

email:  peter.debiasi@accessagency.org

web site:  http://www.accessagency.org


The ACCESS Agency operates a 60-bed homeless shelter and works with inidividuals and families to assist them in returning to a productive life in a stable living environment.


5366  African American Parade Day Committee
1229 Albany Avenue

P.O. Box 911

Hartford, CT   06143-0911

Phone: (860) 524-0086

Fax: (860) 524-0087

Ms. Ula Dodson, President

Primary purpose is to develop cultural and educational programs to inspire the community about the achievements and contributions of African Americans in this country.


5300     AIDS Project Hartford, Inc.

110 Bartholomew Avenue

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-951-4833

Fax:  860-951-4779

Paul J. Botticello Jr., Executive Director

email:  pjb@aidsprojecthartford.org

web site:  www.aidsprojecthartford.org


Provides AIDS-related educational and case management services in an effort to improve the quality of life for people infected with and affected by HIV/AIDS.


5301     Alcohol & Drug Recovery Center

500 Blue Hills Avenue

Hartford, CT 06112

Phone:  860-714-3701

Fax:  860-714-8974

Ronald C. Fleming, Executive Director

email:  rfleming@stfranciscare.org

web site:  http://www.adrc-ct.org


ADRC provides a full continuum of substance abuse treatment and supportive services to clients of the Capital Region in a culturally competent system of care.


5002            American Red Cross - Charter Oak Chapter*

209 Farmington Avenue

Farmington, CT 06032

Phone:  860-678-2700

Fax:  860-678-5461

Debra Pasquale, Executive Director

email:  pasqualed@usa.redcross.org

web site:  http://CharterOak.RedCross.org


The American Red Cross, led by volunteers, will provide relief to victims of disasters and help people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies.


5003            American Red Cross - Middlesex Central Connecticut Chapter*

45 Russell Street

New Britain, CT 06052

Phone:  860-229-1631

Fax:  860-225-4762

Brenda J. Simmons, Executive Director

email:  bjsimmons@midctredcross.org

web site:  http://www.midctredcross.org


Serves New Britain, Berlin, Plainville. Transportation for medical appointments; Disaster education, preparation and relief. Emergency communication to military. Health/Safety training for all ages.


5302            Andover, Hebron, Marlborough Youth Services

25 Pendelton Drive

Hebron, CT 06248

Phone:  860-228-9488

Fax:  860-228-1213

Joel I. Rosenberg, Executive Director

email:  nellas@ahmyouth.org

web site:  http://www.ahmyouth.org/


Andover, Hebron, and Marlborough Youth Services Inc., a regional service bureau provides a wide range of information, intervention, prevention, and positive youth development services.


5379     Angels Depot Resource Center, Inc.

1630 Main Street, No. 41

Coventry, CT 06238

Phone:  860-646-3399

Fax:  860-742-5279

Claire Connelly, President

email:  angelsus@aol.com

web site:  http://www.angelsdepotinc.com/


Professional volunteers provide counseling and social services to low income individuals and families. Incorporated in 1984, located in Manchester, CT.


5046     ARC of Greater Enfield, Inc.*

75 Hazard Avenue

Enfield, CT 06082

Phone:  860-763-5411

Fax:  860-763-2059

Rita C. McCartney, Executive Director

email:  enfieldarc@sbcglobal.net


The Arc of Greater Enfield is a non-profit agency that provides recreation and leisure activities, advocacy services and  a summer camping  program - Camp Shriver  for individuals with developmental delays and other related disabilities.


5900     ARC of the Quinebaug Valley, Inc.

687 Cook Hill Road

Danielson, CT  06239

Phone:  860-774-2827

Claire Griffith, Executive Director


A non-profit human service agency committed to supporting individuals with intellectual disabilities, and their families, providing advocacy and support, and creating the opportunity for each client to live life at its fullest.


5398     Asian Family Services

1921 Park Street

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-951-8770

Fax:  860-233-2796

Vichhyka Shelto, Executive Director

email:  vshelto@asianfamilyservices.org

web site: http://www.asianfamilyservices.org


Provides social services, mental health and substance abuse treatment, and help with acculturation to Asians in Connecticut.


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5006     Big Brothers Big Sisters/Nutmeg*

30 Laurel Street, 3rd  Floor

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-525-5437

Fax:  860-525-4609

Laura Green, Executive Director

email:  lgreen@bbbsnutmeg.org

web site:  http://www.nutmegbigbrothersbigsisters.com


Provides at-risk youth with the opportunity to become caring, competent and confident individuals by engaging them in the highest quality one-to-one mentoring relationships with adult volunteers


5303            Birthright of Greater Hartford

914 Main Street, Room 216

East Hartford, CT 06108

Phone:  860-290-8800

Mary Rachel McNamara, President


Non-profit, interdenominational, non-political, emergency pregnancy service offering the alternative to abortion.  Staffed by dedicated volunteers giving free pregnancy tests, friendship, counseling, and practical support.


5123            Boundless Playgrounds, Inc.

45 Wintonbury Avenue

Bloomfield, CT 06002

Phone:  860-243-8226

Fax:  860-243-5854

Amy Barzach, Executive Director

email:  info@boundlessplaygrounds.org

web site:  http://www.boundlessplaygrounds.org


Boundless Playgrounds assists communities in building playgrounds where all children, with or without disabilities, can come together, develop skills and learn through play.


5010     Boy Scouts of America, Connecticut Rivers Council*

60 Darlin Street

P.O. Box 280098

East Hartford, CT 06128

Phone:  860-289-6669

Fax:  860-290-8860

Harry L. Pokorny, Executive Director

email:  hpokorny@ctrivers.org

web site:  http://www.ctrivers.org


The Comprehensive Youth Development Program of Boy Scouts of America is designed to develop physical and mental fitness, promote participating citizenship, and build positive character traits in young people.


5012     Boys & Girls Club of New Britain*

150 Washington Street

New Britain, CT 06051

Phone:  860-229-2865

Fax:  860-229-8880

Todd Czuprinski, Executive Director

email:  toddc@bgclubnb.org

web site:  http://www.bgclubnb.org


The Boys & Girls Club of New Britain is a non-profit youth service organization offering educational, recreational, preventative and child care programs


5011     Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford*

170 Sigourney St.

Hartford, CT 06105

Phone:  860-724-0700

Fax:  860-724-2722

Sam Gray, Executive Director

email:  sgray@bgchartford.org

web site:  http://www.bgchartford.org


A comprehensive youth development organization servicing youth between the ages 6 through 18 through character and leadership development; education and career development; health and life skills; the arts and; sports, fitness and recreation.


5237     The Bridge Family Center

1022 Farmington Avenue

West Hartford, CT 06107

Phone:  860-521-8035

Fax:  860-521-8036

Margaret A. Hann, Executive Director

email:  margaret@bridgefamilycenter.org

web site:  http://www.bridgefamilycenter.org


A regional family service agency providing counseling, temporary shelter, lifeskills training, positive youth development programs, parent education, community services, and prevention and intervention programs.


5377     Broad Park Development Corp.

617 Park Street

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-249-0649

Fax:  860-549-8308

Raquel Rivera, Interim Executive Director

web site:  http://www.broadpark.org/


Broad-Park Development Corporation develops affordable housing and commercial revitalization projects in the Frog Hollow and South Green neighborhood of Hartford.


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5336     Camp Horizons

P.O. Box 323

South Windham, CT 06226

Phone:  860-456-1032

Fax:  860-456-4721

Chris  McNaboe, Executive Director

email:  chris.mcnaboe@camphorizons.org

web site:  http://www.camphorizons.org


Camp Horizons Inc. is a private, non-profit agency providing multiple ever-changing programs to meet the needs of children and adults who are mentally handicapped.


5752     Capital Workforce Partners

One Union Place

Hartford, CT 06103

Phone:  860-522-1111

Fax:  860-722-2486

Tom  Phillips, Executive Director

email:  thomas.phillips@po.state.ct.us

web site:  http://www.capitalworkforce.org


Responsible for workforce development policy, planning and programming. We design and manage targeted workforce development programs for adult and youth jobseekers and employers.


5015     Capitol Region Conference of Churches*

60 Lorraine Street

Hartford, CT 06105

Phone:  860-236-1295

Fax:  860-236-8071

Shelley D.B. Copeland, Executive Director

email:  scopeland@conferenceofchurches.org

web site:  http://www.conferenceofchurches.org


CRCC serves as a faith-based catalyst for addressing community needs.  As an intermediary agency, it brings together diverse partners, to develop programs and services to improve the quality of life of children and families in greater Hartford.


5016            Catholic Charities & Family Services, Diocese of Norwich*

331 Main Street

Norwich, CT  06360

Phone:  860-889-8346

Fax:  860-889-2658

Marek  Kukulka, Executive Director

email:  marekkukulka@ccfsn.org

web site:  http://www.ccfsn.org/


CCFS programs include: comprehensive emergency relief and case management; behavioral health services, including assessment, evaluation, individual and group counseling; pregnancy, parenting and mentoring services.


5017            Catholic Charities, Inc., Archdiocese of Hartford*

839-841 Asylum Avenue

Hartford, CT 06105

Phone:  860-728-2579

Fax:  860-527-1919

Lois Nesci, Chief of Operations

email:  lnesci@cccfs.org

web site:  http://www.ccaoh.org


Catholic Charities services encompass mental health, comprehensive youth, family strengthening, birthparent and adoption, early childhood, violence intervention, basic human needs, substance abuse, employment, elderly services.


5060     Covenant Soup Kitchen, Inc.*

220 Valley Street

Willimantic, CT 06226

Phone:  860-423-1643

Fax:  860-423-1644

Paul J. Doyle, Executive Director

email:  pdoyle@covenantsoupkitchen.org

web site:  http://www.covenantsoupkitchen.org


Provides meals six days per week breakfast and lunch and a Friday evening meal.  Emergency Food  five days Mon.- Fri 2 to 4 PM.


5019     Hands On Hartford*

40 Pratt Street, Suite 210

Hartford, CT 06103

Phone:  860-728-3201

Fax:  860-549-8550

Paul C. Christie, Executive Director

email:  pchristie@ccchartford.org

web site:  http://www.handsonhartford.org


Founded in 1969, Center City Churches is a private, non-profit, non-sectarian social services agency that serves Hartford residents in need through three program areas: basic needs, children and families, and special populations.


5340     Center for Children's Advocacy, Inc.

65 Elizabeth Street

Hartford, CT 06105

Phone:  860-570-5327

Fax:  860-570-5256

Martha Stone, Executive Director

email:  mstone@law.uconn.edu

web site:  http://www.kidscounsel.org


Promotes and protects the legal rights and interests of poor children who are dependent upon Connecticut's support systems, through legal advocacy and public education.


5763     Central AHEC, Inc.

30 Arbor Street North

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-233-7561

Fax:  860-570-1156

Brenda P. DelGado, Executive Director

email:  bdelgado@centralctahec.org

web site:  http://www.centralctahec.org/


Central AHEC (Central Area Health Education Center), Inc. is a community based organization that strives to improve the health status and eliminate health disparities across diverse populations in central Connecticut.


5020     Central Connecticut ARC (CCARC), Inc.*

950 Slater Road

New Britain, CT 06053

Phone:  860-229-6665

Fax:  860-826-6883

Anne L. Ruwet, Executive Director

email:  aruwet@ccarc.com

web site:  http://www.ccarc.com


CCARC provides day, residential and recreational supports to individuals with mental retardation and other disabilities.


5106            Channel 3 Kids Camp

73 Times Farm Road

Andover, CT 06232

Phone:  860-742-2267

Fax:  860-742-3298

Kerry Burrows, Community Outreach & Development

email:  kerryabcgroup@charterinternet.com

web site:  http://www.channel3kidscamp.org


Channel 3 Kids Camp is a well-established, residential camp for boys and girls ages 8 to 12. It is rapidly approaching its centennial anniversary (2010) in providing disadvantaged children and youth an opportunity to attend a high quality program that positively impact their lives.


5305            Children in Placement

300 Whalley Avenue

New Haven, CT 06511

Phone:  203-784-0344

Fax:  203-784-0347

Joan B. Jenkins, Executive Director

email:  jbjcip@sbcglobal.net


Facilities judicial review of children and families in court proceedings alleging neglect and abuse in order to promote a safe permanent home for each child.


5357            Children's Law Center*

30 Arbor Street - South Building

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-232-9993

Fax:  860-232-9996

Justine Rakich-Kelly, Executive Director

email:  jrakich-kell@clcct.org

web site:  http://www.clcct.org


Protects the interest of children involved in high conflict divorce and custody disputes. Provides attorneys for children, mediation services, and legal help-line for questions about family law.


5333     The Children's Museum

950 Trout Brook Drive

West Hartford, CT 06119

Phone:  860-231-2824

Fax:  860-232-0705

Hank Gruner, Acting Director

web site:  http://www.thechildrensmuseumct.org/


Fun hands-on science exhibits, live animals and wildlife sanctuary.  Computer lab, walk-in kaleidoscope, kids factory idea zone, astronomy/laser planetarium, weather station and more.


5342            Chinese Culture Center

P.O. Box 380825

East Hartford, CT 06138

Phone:  860-568-6455

Weitao Wang, President

web site:  http://www.ccc-ct.org/


To promote better understanding of Chinese culture. To establish and maintain a Chinese language school. To enhance and the exchange and sharing of general knowledge.


5024            Chrysalis Center*

278 Farmington Avenue

Hartford, CT 06105

Phone:  860-525-1261

Fax:  860-527-0297

Sharon L. Castelli, Executive Director

email:  scastelli@chrysaliscenterct.org

web site:  http://www.chrysaliscenterct.org


Chrysalis Center, Inc. is a private non-profit community-based rehabilitation agency that provides support services to individuals who are living with mental illness, substance abuse, HIV/AIDS, and homelessness, 95% of whom live in poverty.


5028            Community Child Guidance Clinic*

317 North Main Street

Manchester, CT 06040

Phone:  860-643-2101

Fax:  860-645-1470

Clifford Johnson, Executive Director

email:  cj@ccgcinc.org

web site:  http://www.ccgcinc.org


The Clinic provides outpatient mental health services to children and families living in our 14 town catchment area.


5348            Community Enterprises, Inc.

P.O. Box 176

29 Bloomfield Ave

Windsor, CT 06095

Phone:  860-688-7918

Fax:  860-688-5599

Richard  Venne, Executive Director

email:  cevenne@aol.com

web site:  http://www.communityenterprises.com


Community Enterprises, Inc. is an innovative human service organization providing quality housing, employment, education and community experience programs for individuals with disabilities throughout Connecticut, Massachusetts and Long Island, New York.


5077            Community Health Resources - North Central Counseling Services*

995 Day Hill Road

Windsor, CT 06095

Phone:  860-253-5020

Fax:  860-253-5030

Jill Benson, Vice President, System Operations

email:  jbenson@chrhealth.org

web site:  http://www.chrhealth.org


North Central Counseling Services is a leading provider of comprehensive mental health services for children, adults, and families which offers clinical assessment and treatment, education and prevention, and support and rehabilitation.


5306            Community Mental Health Affiliates*

29 Russell Street

New Britain, CT 06050

Phone:  860-826-1358

Fax:  860-229-6575

Mark Muradian, Executive Director

email:  mmuradian@cmhacc.org

web site:  http://www.cmhacc.org


CMHA is a not-for-profit, multi-service, community-oriented behavioral health organization with 501 (c) (3) status. CMHA povides mental health and addiction treatment for children, adolescents, men and women.


5358            Community Partners in Action

110 Bartholomew Ave, Suite 3010

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-566-2030

Fax:  860-566-8089

Maureen K. Price-Boreland, Executive Director

email:  mprice@cpa-ct.org

web site:  http://www.cpa-ct.org


A non-profit agency which provides services that promote accountability, dignity and restoration for people affected by the Criminal Justice System.


5308            Community Renewal Team

555 Windsor Street

Hartford, CT  06120

Phone:  860-560-5600

Fax:  860-527-3305

Magdalena Rodriguez, President & CEO

email:  lenar@crtct.org

web site:  http://www.crtct.org


CRT is an anti-poverty Community Action Agency that serves more than 60,000 persons in Hartford and Middlesex counties.  Programs include Head Start, Meals on Wheels, Energy Assistance, Alternatives to Incarceration, and Supportive Housing.


5245            Community Service, Inc.

c/o Mary Beth Miller, Treasurer

55 Smokey Ridge Road

Simsbury, CT  06070

Phone:  860-547-9819

Mary Beth Miller, Treasurer

email:  mbmiller.csi@comcast.net


Community Service, Inc. enriches the learning experiences of children in the inner city by interweaving corporate and community strengths in preparation for tomorrow.


5311            Community Solutions, Inc.

4 Griffin Road North

Windsor, CT 06095

Phone:  860-683-7111

Fax:  860-683-7199

Robert Pidgeon, CEO

email:  bpidgeon@csimail.org

web site:  www.csi-online.org


Community Solutions, Inc. promotes self-reliance, responsibility, and accountability among at-risk disadvantaged adults and adolescents referred from juvenile justice, criminal justice and child welfare agencies.


5121            COMPASS Youth Collaborative*

40 Clifford Street

Hartford, CT 06114

Phone:  860-278-6678

Fax:  860-278-1254

Robert  Pawloski, Executive Director

email:  bobp@compassyc.org


Compass Youth Collaborative's paramount purpose is to raise expectations of urban youth. In partnerships with schools, parents and other organizations, Compass endeavors to equip middle school age youth with skills and attitudes necessary for success.


5389            Connecticut Canine Search and Rescue, Inc.

25 West District Road

Farmington, CT 06085

Phone:  860-636-8116

Elizabeth  Burne, President

web site:  http://www.ccsar.org/


All-volunteer professionally trained dog teams assist agencies responsible for lost, missing, or drowned persons.  Also provides education and training in search and search management.


5381            Connecticut Community Care, Inc.

43 Enterprise Drive

Bristol, CT 06010

Phone:  860-589-6226

Fax:  860-585-0858

Mary Ann Bunnell, Director

email:  maryannb@ctcommunitycare.org

web site:  http://www.ctcommunitycare.org


CCCI provides individualized care management services to older adults and others with chronic care needs, enabling them to remain independent in a cost-effective manner.


5901            Connecticut Community For Addiction Recovery (CCAR)

198 Wethersfield Avenue

Hartford, CT  06114

Phone:  860-224-2227

Philip Valentine, Executive Director

web site: http://www.ccar.us


CCAR promotes recovery through advocacy, education and service to end discrimination surrounding addiction and recovery, remove barriers to recovery, and ensure that people in recovery and seeking recovery are treated with respect.


5251            Connecticut Forum, Inc.

750 Main Street

Hartford, CT  06103

Phone:  860-509-0909

Doris Sugarman, Executive Director

email:  dsugarman@ctforum.org

web site:  http://www.ctforum.org/


The Connecticut Forum presents dynamic personalities discussing provocative issues before thousands, engages over 750 diverse teenagers in life-changing experiences...breaking barriers, building community and vitality.


5368            Connecticut Humane Society

701 Russell Road

Newington, CT 06111

Phone:  860-594-4502

Richard Johnston, President

web site:  http://www.cthumane.org


Provides shelter and medical services for animals, educational programs for children and pet owners, senior citizen services, and assistance for people in financial need.


5255            Connecticut Humane Society Memorial Hospital (Fox Memorial Clinic)

701 Russell Road, B

Newington, CT 06111

Phone:  860-594-4503

Richard Johnston, President

web site:  http://www.cthumane.org


Full service pet hospital providing veterinary care to animals whose owners are in financial need and also offering discounted spray/neuter services to the public.


5760            Connecticut League of Conservation Voters

645 Farmington Avenue, 1st Floor

Hartford, CT 06105

Phone:  860-236-5442

Fax:  860-236-5448

Lori  Brown, Executive Director

email:  ctlcv@mindspring.com

web site:  http://www.ctlcv.org


CTLCV Education Fund is a non-profit, non-partisan, statewide environmental organization working to strengthen Connecticut’s environmental movement through education and by involving citizens in state and local public policy decisions regarding the state.


5031            Connecticut Legal Services*

62 Washington Street

Middletown, CT 06457

Phone:  860-344-0447

Fax:  860-346-2938

Steven Eppler-Epstein, Executive Director

email:  lspada@connlegalservices.org

web site:  http://www.ConnLegalServices.org


Connecticut Legal Services, Inc. is a private, not-for-profit law firm providing free civil legal services to eligible low-income individuals (adults and children) and families residing in 122 of Connecticut's 169 towns and cities. 


5767            Connecticut National Guard Foundation, Inc.

360 Broad Street

Hartford, CT  06105

Phone:  860-241-1550

Fax:  860-293-2929

Thomas P. Thomas, Executive Director

email:  ctngfi@sbcglobal.net

web site:  www.ctngfoundation.org


The Connecticut National Guard Foundation, Inc. is a private nonprofit corporation organized for the purpose of providing temporary financial assistance for Connecticut National Guard and Organized Militia members, and their families who are in need.


5312            Connecticut Radio Information System

184 Windsor Avenue, Suite C

Windsor, CT 06095

Phone:  860-527-8000

Fax:  860-727-9581

Paula A. DeSilva, Executive Director

email:  pdesilva@snet.net

web site:  http://www.cslib.org/cris/


Connecticut's Talking Newsstand. Connecticut's only radio reading service for the blind and print-handicapped; broadcasting extensive readings from daily newspapers and magazines at no charge.


5359            Connecticut Sexual Assault Crisis Services

96 Pitkin St

East Hartford, CT 06108

Phone:  860-282-9881

Fax:  860-291-9335

Nancy  Kushins, Executive Director

email:  nancy@connsacs.org

web site:  http://www.connsacs.org


Statewide association of individual sexual assault crisis programs working to end sexual violence through victim assistance, community education and public policy advocacy.


5105            Connecticut VNA*

111 Founders Plaza, Suite 200

East Hartford, CT 06108

Phone:  860-528-2273

Fax:  860-290-6777

Francine Hunter, Director of Patient Services

email:  fhunter@connecticutvna.org

web site:  http://www.masonicare.org/healthcare_services/ctvna.asp


CTVNA is a full service home health organization, providing services throughout the full spectrum of life.


5762            Connecticut Womens Education & Legal Fund, Inc.

135 Broad Street

Hartford, CT 06105

Phone:  860-247-6090

Fax:  860-524-0804

Alice Pritchard, Executive Director

email:  apritchard@cwealf.org

web site:  www.cwealf.org


A statewide organization dedicated to empowering women, girls and their families to achieve equal opportunities in their personal and professional lives.


5110            ConnectiKids*

814 Asylum Avenue

Hartford, CT 06105

Phone:  860-522-8710

Fax:  860-525-3457

Ricardo Herrera, Executive Director

email:  raherrera@snet.net

web site:  http://www.connectikids.info


ConnectiKids offers a Tutoring/Mentoring Program and an Arts & Enrichment Program to West Middle and M.D. Fox Elementary School students as well as a 5 week, thematically integrated Summer Program with academic and recreational components and an Alumni Program.


5309     Co-Opportunity, Inc.

Veeder Place

20-28 Sargeant Street

Hartford, CT 06105

Phone:  860-236-3617

Fax:  860-808-1757

Donna Taglianetti, Executive Director

email:  donnat@co-opportunity.org

web site:  http://www.co-opportunity.org


Co-Opportunity provides opportunities for Hartford-area residents to develop their personal and financial assets. Programs include YouthBuild Hartford, homeownership and financial education and counseling and IDAs.


5764            Corporation for Independent Living

30 Jordan Lane

Wethersfield, CT 06109

Phone:  860-563-6011

Martin Legault, Executive Director

email:  mlegault@cilhomes.org

web site:  http://www.cilhomes.com/


Agency provides accessible and affordable housing to help people with disabilities live as independently as possible in a community setting.


5310            Covenant to Care for Children*

120 Mountain Avenue, Suite 212

Bloomfield, CT 06002

Phone:  860-243-1806

Fax:  860-243-0100

Yovanna Wedderburn, Acting Director

email:  ywedderburn@covenanttocare.org

web site:  http://www.covenanttocare.org


Covenant to Care is a Connecticut, statewide, non-denominational inter-faith agency providing donated goods and services to abused, neglected and impoverished children, and their families. 


5252            Curbstone Press

321 Jackson Street

Willimantic, CT  06226

Phone:  860-423-5110

Fax:  860-423-9242

Alexander Taylor, Co-Director

email:  info@curbstone.org

web site:  http://www.curbstone.org


Curbstone Press publishes and promotes literature that encourages respect for human rights and intercultural understanding, and provides author workshops in underfunded, multi-ethnic schools and community organizations.


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5232     Doc Hurley Scholarship Foundation, Inc.

103 Woodland Street

Hartford, CT 06105

Phone:  860-549-5012

Fax:  860-549-5955

Muriel  Hurley-Carter, Executive Director

email:  muriel@docscholar.org

web site:  http://www.docscholar.org/


The Doc Hurley Scholarship Foundation, Inc. is a Hartford based non-profit organization that gives scholarships to deserving high school seniors in the greater Hartford area.


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5126     East Windsor Scout Hall Building Committee, Inc

P.O. Box 565

28 Abbe Road

Broad Brook, CT 06016

Nancy  Masters, Treasurer

email:  rn1757@aol.com

web site:  http://www.scouthall.com/


Provides and maintains a facility where all organized youth groups can meet in a safe, supervised environment, at no cost to the youth groups.


5041     Ebony Horsewomen, Inc.

337 Vine Street

Hartford, CT 06112

Phone:  860-293-2914

Fax:  860-293-0039

Patricia E. Kelly, Executive Director

email:  ehwomen@aol.com

web site:  www.ebonyhorsewomen.org


Mission and programs are to develop positive character in urban youth by directing them toward positive and successful lives through horses and agriculture.


5761            Educational Resources for Children, Inc.

PO Box 1095

Enfield, CT 06083

Phone:  860-253-9935

Fax:  860-253-9995

Claire Hall, Executive Director

email:  erfc@erfcinc.org

web site:  http://www.erfcinc.org


Teams with kids, communities and families to grow resilent kids. Through collaborations we help kids learn, reach their goals and contribute to their communities.


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5037            Families In Crisis*

30 Arbor Street

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-236-3593

Fax:  860-231-8430

Susan Quinlan, Executive Director

email:  quinlan@familiesincrisis.org

web site:  http://www.familiesincrisis.org


Nationally recognized as a leader in the field of family corrections, FIC is a private non-profit agency. Since 1977, the Agency has provided counseling and other support services to offenders and their families.


5349     Family Life Education*

39 Grace Street

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-231-7744

Fax:  860-236-6721

Beverly Ryan, Executive Director

email:  bryan@familylifeedu.org

web site:  www.familylifeedu.org


Family Life Education, Inc. works with youth and families through educational peer support groups, intensive case management and community outreach in the areas of Family Services, Prevention Services and Child Abuse Intervention Services.


5038     Family Services of Central CT, Inc.*

92 Vine Street

New Britain, CT 06052

Phone:  860-223-9291

Fax:  860-223-3111

Mark Muradian, Executive Director

email:  mmuradian@cmhacc.org


Psychotherapy to families, individuals and couples; case management support to: pregnant and parenting adolescents; adults moving from welfare to work; adolescents moving from foster homes to indepentent apartments; parent training classes; adoption.


5039            Farmington Valley ARC, Inc.  (FAVARH)*

225 Commerce Center Drive

P.O. Box 1099

Canton, CT 06019

Phone:  860-693-6662

Fax:  860-693-8662

Stephen Morris, Executive Director

email:  smorris@favarh.org

web site:  http://www.favarh.org


Person-centered services provided by the Farmington Valley ARC for persons having developmental disabilities include employment, day, residential, respite recreation, transportation, and clinical support services.


5108            Farmington Valley VNA*

8 Old Mill Lane

Simsbury, CT 06070

Phone:  860-651-3539

Fax:  860-651-5082

Incy Muir, Executive Director

email:  imuir@farmingtonvalleyvna.org

web site:  http://www.vnavalleycare.org


Provides comprehensive home health, certified hospice and community health/wellness programs to residents of all ages in the Farmington Valley and vicinity.


5902     Focus On Recovery - United (FOR-U), Inc.

100 Riverview Center, Suite 272

Middletown, CT  06457

Phone:  860-704-0556

Heather McDonald, Executive Director

web site:  http://www.focusonrecovery.org/


FOR-U is dedicated to promoting a culture of wellness by encouraging positive change in the lives of adults, their family members, providers, and the the community.


5040            Foodshare, Inc.*

450 Woodland Avenue

Bloomfield, CT 06002

Phone:  860-286-9999

Gloria J. McAdam, President

email:  gmcadam@secondharvest.org

web site:  http://www.foodshare.org


The regions only America's Second Harvest food bank, distributing more than 13 tons of food per day to more than 330 local charitable programs.


5042     Girl Scouts, CT Trails Council*

20 Washington Avenue

North Haven, CT 06473

Phone:  203-239-2922

Jennifer Smith Turner, President & CEO, Girl Scouts of Connecticut

email:  jennifersmithturner@gsofct.org

web site:  http://www.girlscoutscttrails.org/


Provides informal educational programs for girls age 5-17, stressing the development of self-confidence, self-reliance, leadership skills, and service to community.


5043     Girl Scouts, Connecticut Valley Council*

340 Washington Street

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-522-0163

Terry  Terrell, Executive Director

email:  terrell@girlscouts-ct.org

web site:  http://www.girlscouts-ct.org/


Girl Scouts provides cutting edge program for girls 7-17 years oldà program that promotes leadership, community service, self motivation, sound values and diversity.  We help girls grow strong.


5392            Glastonbury ABC House

P.O. Box 502

1160 New London Turnpike

Glastonbury, CT 06033

Phone:  860-659-2726

Jonathan Russell, Board Chair

email:  cjjc5@cox.net

web site:  members.cox.net/glastonburyabc


Offers young men with ability, need and good character the opportunity to obtain a high-quality education in Glastonbury, in preparation for college; and to assist them in developing community involvement and self-discipline for a successful future.


5903     Good News Garage

809 Main Street, Suite 204

East Hartford, CT  06108

Phone:  860-218-2970

Fax:  860-218-2971

Carolyn Tomassi, Executive Director

email:  ctomassi@goodnewsgarage.org

web site:  http://www.goodnewsgarage.org/


Good News Garage creates economic opportunity by providing affordable and reliable transportation options for people in need.


5371            Goodwill Industries of the Springfield/Hartford Area, Inc.

285 Dorset Street

Springfield, MA  01108

Phone:  860-788-6984

Fax:  413-736-7282

Steven Mundahl, Director

email:  smundahl@goodwill-spfld-htfrd.org

web site:  http://www.goodwillspringfield.org


Goodwill provides educational/vocational training, placement, family supports and services to people with disabilities and special needs in Greater Hartford, CT and Springfield, MA.


5050            Governor's Coalition for Youth With Disabilities

PO Box 2485

Hartford, CT 06146

Todd Andrews, Board Member

email:  tandrews@metrohartford.com

web site:  http://www.gcyd.org/


Recognizes outstanding accomplishments of CT high-school students with disabilities and promotes educational opportunities to help them achieve their career goals.


5076     Granby Community Fund

P.O. Box 94

Granby, CT 06035

Phone:  860-653-4961

Carolyn  Carter, President

email:  carolynacarter@earthlink.net


Granby Community Fund coordinates the town-wide fundraising efforts of local nonprofit agencies into a single, annual solicitation, in order to minimize costs and maximize contributions.


5047     Greater Hartford Association for Retarded Citizens, Inc. (HARC)*

900 Asylum Avenue

Hartford, CT 06105

Phone:  860-218-6000

Fax:  860-541-1770

Stephen Becker, Executive Director

email:  sbecker@harc-ct.org

web site:  http://www.harc-ct.org


HARC is a grassroots organization, founded 52 years ago by parents, that provides services and supports to people with mental retardation and their families.   HARC's services begin at birth and extend throughout the life span.


5063     Greater Hartford Legal Aid*

999 Asylum Avenue 3rd Floor

Hartford, CT 06105

Phone:  860-541-5000

Fax:  860-541-5050

Elam Lantz, Executive Director

email:  elantz@ghla.org

web site:  http://www.ghla.org


Not-for-profit law office that provides free legal representation and assistance for civil and family law legal problems to people in its service areas who are low income, are 60 years of age or older, or who are HIV+ or who have AIDS.


5373     Guide Dogs of America CT, RI, & Western MA Chapter

365 New Britain Road

Kensington, CT 06037

Phone:  860-828-0359

Everett C. Corey, President

web site:  http://www.ctriwm-guidedogs.org/


Provides professionally trained dogs and instruction in their use to blind and visually impaired individuals so they may continue to pursue the goals of independence and greater mobility.


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5254            Hartford Area Child Care Collaborative*

Hartford Square North

10 Columbus Boulevard, 8th Floor

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-241-0411

Fax:  860-524-8346

Judy Goldfarb, Executive Director

email:  jgoldfarb@haccc.info

web site:  www.haccc.info


Collaborates to improve the quality of early childhood programs through community connections; information resources including an onsite library; consultation; training; leadership forums; and advocacy.


5049            Hartford Areas Rally Together*

423 Washington Street

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-525-3449

Fax:  860-525-7759

Marilyn E. Rossetti, Executive Director

email:  marilyn.rossetti@hartfordareasrallytogether.org

web site:  http://www.hartnet.org/hart/


HART's mission is to empower residents and organizations of Hartford to effectively address neighborhood issues.


5757            Hartford Asset Building Collaborative*

Co-Opportunity, Inc.

20-28 Sargeant Street

Hartford, CT 06105

Phone:  860-236-3617

Fax:  860-808-1757

Donna Taglianetti, Executive Director, Co-Opportunity Inc.

email:  donnat@co-opportunity.org


Hartford Asset Building Collaborative is a coalition of agencies committed to helping low and moderate income Hartford residents increase their financial literacy and improve their family’s economic stability through savings and asset accumulation. 


5766            Hartford Collaborative for Community Organizing*

c/o Local Initiatives Support Collaborative

227 Lawrence Street, 2nd Floor

Hartford, CT  06106

Phone:  860-525-4821

Fax:  860-525-4822

Luisa  Peschiera-Odell, Director

email:  lpeschiera@liscnet.org

web site:  http://www.lisc.org/hartford/programs/collaborative_7854/index.shtml


The Hartford Collaborative for Community Organizing (HCCO) is a grantmaking collaborative aimed at supporting the development of a high quality, citywide system of community organizing in Hartford.


5051            Hartford Dispensary*

345 Main Street

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-525-2181

Fax:  860-525-7332

Paul McLaughlin, Executive Director

email:  paul.mclaughlin@hdisp.org


The Hartford Dispensary is a behavioral health care organization that provides mental health and substance abuse services specializing in treatment for narcotic addicts.


5317            Hartford Food System

191 Franklin Avenue

Hartford, CT 06114

Phone:  860-296-9325

Fax:  860-296-8326

Jerry Jones, Executive Director

email:  jjones@hartfordfood.org

web site:  http://www.hartfordfood.org


Manages, develops and advocates for programs that increase the supply of nutritious and affordable food to Connecticut's lower income communities.


5904            Hartford Gay & Lesbian Health Collective

P.O. Box 2094

Hartford, CT  06145

Phone:  860-278-4163

Fax:  860-278-5995

Linda Estabrook, Executive Director

email:  lindae@ghlhc.org

web site:  http://www.hglhc.org/


The Collective empowers individuals of diverse sexual orientations and gender identities to lead healthy lives by providing health and support services, education and advocacy.


5053            Hartford Neighborhood Centers*

38 Lawrence Street

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-522-2129

Fax:  860-251-6520

Lynn S. Ford, Executive Director

email:  cora.mercer@hnci.org

web site:  http://www.hnci.org


Serves an important function of caring for the human service needs of disadvantaged residents of Hartford. HNC also owns and operates Camp Hi-Hoti in Hebron CT which functions each summer as a camp and recreational facility for Hartford area youth.


5119            Hartford Neighborhood Development Support Collaborative*

227 Lawrence Street

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-525-4821   

Fax:  860-525-4822

Clare Doyle Dowd, Executive Director

email:  cdowd@liscnet.org

web site:  http://www.lisc.org/hartford/programs/hndsc_5948/index.shtml


The Support Collaborative was formed in 1995 as a funder network comprised of the United Way of the Capital Area and other area foundations. Since 1995, the Support Collaborative has invested $5.8 million in high quality non-profit developers in Hartford. 


5044            HartfordInfo

Hartford Public Library

500 Main Street

Hartford, CT 06103

Phone:  860-695-6280

Louise Blalock, Executive Director

web site:  http://www.hartfordinfo.org/



The Hartford Public Library supports literacy and learning and provides free and open access to information and ideas.  The library's HartfordInfo.org is a gateway to information and data about Hartford and the surrounding region.


5054            Hispanic Health Council*

175 Main Street

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-527-0856

Fax:  860-724-0437

Jeannette B. DeJesus, Executive Director

email:  jeannetted@hispanichealth.com

web site:  http://www.hispanichealth.com/index.html


The Hispanic Health Council is committed to improving the health and social well-being of Latinos and other low income populations in Hartford through culturally appropriate direct service programs.


5055            Hockanum Industries*

40 Hale Street

Vernon, CT 06066

Phone:  860-871-6724

Fax:  860-875-0750

Sandy Easton Ed.D., Executive Director

email:  seaston@hockanumindustries.org

web site:  http://www.HockanumIndustries.org


Hockanum Industries provides employment, training and retirement services for individuals with developmental disabilities. Paid employment is provided in a variety of supervised on-site and community settings in the greater Vernon & Mansfield areas.


5057            Hockanum Valley Community Council*

155 West Main Street

Vernon, CT 06066

Phone:  860-872-9825

Fax:  860-870-9384

David A. Engelson, Executive Director

email:  dengelson@hvcchelps.org

web site:  http://www.hvcchelps.org


HVCC is a private non-profit social service agency serving the Tri-Town Area.We provide elderly and disabled transportation, elderly outreach services, house an emergency food pantry, and are a licensed out-patient Mental Health facility.


5234            Holcomb Farm Learning Centers*

113 Simsbury Road

West Granby, CT 06090

Phone:  860-844-8616

Fax:  860-653-4374

Mary Kate  Lowndes, Executive Director

email:  mklowndes@holcombfarm.com

web site:  http://www.holcombfarm.com


Holcomb Farm, a nonprofit learning center set on 320 acres of beautiful countryside, offers hands-on environmental and arts programs to the general public, school groups (PK-12), scout groups, and others.


5036     Home & Community Health Services*

101 Phoenix Avenue

P.O. Box 1199

Enfield, CT 06082

Phone:  860-763-7600

Fax:  860-763-7613

Nancy Thompson, Executive Director

email:  nancy.thompson@jmhosp.org

web site:  http://www.johnsonhealthnetwork.com/hchs.htm


Provides skilled professional services and paraprofessional services.  Special programs include Hospice, Maternal Child Health, Mental Health, Falls Prevention.  Dedicated to keeping residents safe at home at their optimal level of health.


5074     Human Resources Agency

180 Clinton Street

New Britain, CT 06053

Phone:  860-225-8601

Fax:  860-225-4843

Rocco R. Tricarico, Executive Director

email:  roccot@hranbct.org

web site:  http://www.hranbct.org/


A community action agency that helps people of all ages achieve economic and social potential - responds to causes and conditions of poverty and builds stronger individuals, families, and communities in the greater New Britain area.


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5321            Immaculate Conception Housing & Shelter

P.O. Box 260669

Hartford, CT 06126

Phone:  860-586-7025

Fax:  860-724-5156

Patti White Petrosky, Executive Director

email:  patti@icshc.org

web site:  http://www.icshc.org/


Immaculate Conception Shelter and Housing Corporation provides emergency shelter, street outreach and services to more than 1,000 individuals who are chronically homeless in Hartford.


5235            Independence Unlimited

151 New Park Avenue

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-523-5021

Fax:  860-523-5603

Candace J. Low, Executive Director

email:  clowindunl@aol.com


Independence Unlimited, a center for independent living, enables people with disabilities to achieve greater independence by promoting environments in which they can control their lives.


5350            Inroads/Greater Hartford & Springfield

20 Church Street, #149

Hartford, CT 06103

Phone:  860-278-9000

Fax:  860-278-0570

Marcos Morales, Director

web site:  http://www.inroads.org/


INROADS Greater Hartford and Springfield recruits talented students of color and prepares them for positions of leadership in corporate America.


5323            InterCommunity Mental Health*

281 Main Street

East Hartford, CT 06118

Phone:  860-895-3014

Fax:  860-895-2328

Kimberly L. Beauregard, Executive Director

email:  kimbeauregard@icmhg.org

web site:  http://www.icmhg.org


Nonprofit comprehensive community based provider of mental health and co-occuring disorder services for adults.


5052     Interval House, Inc.*

P.O. Box 340207

Hartford, CT 06134

Phone:  860-246-9149

Fax:  247-2042

Cecile Enrico, Executive Director

email:  cecile.enrico@intervalhousect.org

web site:  http://www.intervalhousect.org


Interval House provides free, confidential 24-hour hotlines, shelter, support groups, safety planning, counseling, advocacy and court services to battered women and their children. Community Educators are available to speak to groups.



5061     Jewish Family Services of Greater Hartford*

333 Bloomfield Avenue, Suite A

West Hartford, CT 06117

Phone:  860-236-1927

Fax:  860-236-6483

Anne M. Danaher, Executive Director

email:  adanaher@jfshartford.org

web site:  http://www.jfshartford.org


Nonsectarian muti-service agency providing services for people of all ages, including counseling, caregiving for older adults, adoption, refugee resettlement, community education, support groups and advocacy for the disabled.

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5315            KIDSAFE CT

19 Elm Street

Rockville, CT 06066

Phone:  860-872-1918

Fax:  860-872-8066

Angela  Atwater, Executive Director

email:  aatwater@kidsafect.com

web site:  http://www.kidsafect.org


KIDSAFE CT is a private, non-profit agency dedicated to the prevention and treatment of child abuse and neglect in the Greater Hartford area.


5393     Knox Parks Foundation

75 Laurel Street

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-951-7694

Fax:  860-233-6351

Jack N. Hale, Executive Director

email:  jackh@knoxparks.org

web site:  http://www.knoxparks.org


Knox Parks Foundation improves throughout the Hartford area through community and school gardens, horticultural and environmental education, and a youth conservation corps.


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5325     Latino Community Services, Inc.

184 Wethersfield Avenue

Hartford, CT 06114

Phone:  860-296-6400

Fax:  860-728-3782

Yvette Bello, Executive Director

email:  ybello@lcs-ct.org

web site:  http://www.lcs-ct.org


Agency mission is to help stop the spread of AIDS in the Latino community and the community at large, and to improve the quality of life for all those affected by AIDS.


5758            Lawyers for Children America, Inc.

151 Farmington Ave., RW4A

Hartford, CT 06156

Phone:  860-273-0441

Priscilla Pappadia, Regional Director

email:  pappadiap@aetna.com

web site:  http://www.lawyersforchildrenamerica.org


Recruits, trains and provides support to volunteers dedicated to providing pro bono legal services to abused and neglected children in court.


5326            Leadership Greater Hartford

30 Laurel Street

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-951-6161

Fax:  860-951-3685

Ted Carroll, President

email:  carroll@leadershipgh.org

web site:  http://www.leadershipgh.org/


Leadership Greater Hartford brings together and prepares a diverse array of community-minded leaders to address issues that will promote a healthy Greater Hartford.


5066            Literacy Volunteers of America -  Northern Connecticut, Inc.*

170 Elm Street

Enfield, CT 06082

Phone:  860-253-3038

Brian J. McCartney, Executive Director

email:  arcenfield@sbcglobal.net


LVA Northern CT ia a non-profit educational organization whose goal is to eradicate illiteracy by providing free tutorial services in reading and writing. These essential skills are necessary for students to fulfill their career and personal goals.


5064            Literacy Volunteers of Central CT, Inc.*

20 High Street

New Britain, CT 06051

Phone:  860-229-7323

Fax:  860-826-5191

Darlene Hurtado, Executive Director

email:  director@literacycentral.org

web site:  http://www.literacycentral.org


We recruit and train volunteers, conduct extensive student intakes, match volunteers and students, provide structured support for student - tutor matches, and post-assess students to measure progress.  We train volunteers to  teach adult students to read.


5067            Literacy Volunteers of Greater Hartford*

30 Arbor Street, South Building

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-233-3853

Fax:  860-236-1640

Carol D. Hauss, Executive Director

email:  cj.hauss@lvgh.org

web site:  http://www.lvgh.org


LVGH recruits, trains and supports volunteers to provide English literacy instruction to Hartford area adults.


5328     Loaves & Fishes Ministries

360 Farmington Avenue

Hartford, CT 06105

Phone:  860-524-1730

Fax:  860-249-2871

Alyce F. Hild, Executive Director

web site:  http://loavesfishesministries.org


Through feeding, education, training and counseling programs, Loaves & Fishes provides support services for individuals/families below poverty level trying to move to independence.


5247     Lutz Children's Museum

247 South Main Street

Manchester, CT 06040

Phone:  860-643-0949

Fax:  860-812-2005

Robert Eckert, Executive Director

email:  reckert@lutzmuseum.org

web site:  http://www.lutzmuseum.org/


The Lutz Children's Museum provides opportunities for children to learn about the past, better understand the context of the present, and prepare for the future.


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5068            Manchester Area Conference of Churches*

P.O. Box 3804

Manchester, CT 06045

Phone:  860-649-2093

Fax:  860-646-9631

Beth Stafford, Executive Director

email:  bstafford@macc-ct.org

web site:  http://www.macc-ct.org


Social services agency offering food, clothing, shelter and help (case management services) to residents in crisis in the greater Manchester area.


5109            Manchester Area Network on AIDS, Inc. (MANA)

64 Church Street

Manchester, CT 06040

Phone:  860-646-6260

Fax:  860-645-9855

Mo Cacace, Executive Director

email:  mocacace@mana-ct.org

web site:  http://www.mana-ct.net


The Manchester Area Network on AIDS provides support services and case management for individuals living with HIV/AIDS.  MANA also provides HIV/AIDS education and prevention programs.


5256            Manchester Police Activities League (PAL)

239 East Middle Turnpike

P.O. Box 191

Manchester, CT 06045

Phone:  860-645-5525

Larry Zarbo, Director

email:  zarbol@ci.manchester.ct.us

web site:  http://www.manchesterpolice.org/Pal.htm


Promotes positive relationships between youth and the police through a variety of educational and recreational programs focusing on positive youth development for at risk youth.


5048            Mandell Jewish Community Center*

335 Bloomfield Avenue

West Hartford, CT 06117

Phone:  860-236-4571

Fax:  860-233-0802

David Jacobs, Executive Director

email:  djacobs@mandelljcc.org

web site:  http://www.mandelljcc.org/


The JCC is a multi-faceted community center with programs for infants through independent, frail elderly.  Services include socialization groups, fitness/wellness, lifelong learning, physical and cardiac rehabilitation, fine and performing arts.


5069     MARC, Inc. of Manchester*

376R West Middle Turnpike

Manchester, CT 06040

Phone:  860-646-5718

Fax:  860-645-9910

Ken Charpentier, Executive Director

email:  kcharpentier@marcct.org

web site:  http://www.marcct.org


MARC, Inc. is a human service agency supporting people with developmental disabilities. Services include employment, residential, retirement, self advocacy, recreation & respite. Diversified services include welfare to work and direct care provider training.


5070            MARCH, Inc. of Manchester*

222 McKee Street

Manchester, CT 06040

Phone:  860-646-4446

Fax:  860-646-0056

Jordan Scheff, Executive Director

email:  jscheff@marchinc.org

web site:  http://www.marchinc.org


MARCH, Inc. of Manchester is a provider of services to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families throughout the lifesapn. Services include residential supports, respite supports, and family supports.


5071            McLean

75 Great Pond Road

Simsbury, CT 06070

Phone:  860-658-3700

Fax:  860-651-1247

David Bordonaro, President

email:  david.bordonaro@mcleancare.org

web site:  http://www.mcleancare.org


McLean is a private not for profit health care organization providing a continuum of care on site and in the community.


5384     Mi Casa Family Service & Educational Center*

590 Park Street

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-522-5222

Fax:  860-522-6028

Jorge L. Rivera, Executive Director

email:  jorge@micasainc.org

web site:  http://www.micasainc.org


Mi Casa's mission is to enhance the quality of life for underserved Puerto Rican/Latino youth and families, principally in Frog Hollow/Southend neighborhoods of Hartford.


5356     Mosaic

100 Sebethe Drive, Suite A2

Cromwell, CT 06416

Phone:  860-632-2814

Fax:  860-632-0657

Andrea M. Schumann, Executive Director

email:  andrea.schumann@mosaicinfo.org

web site:  http://www.mosaicinfo.org/cromwell/


Mosaic is a non-profit agency who provides community-based services to over 100 individuals with developmental disabilities throughout the state of Connecticut.


5072     My Sisters' Place*

102 Pliny Street

Hartford, CT 06120

Phone:  860-895-6629

Fax:  860-549-5766

Diane Paige'Blondet, Executive Director

email:  dpaige-blondet@sistersplacect.org

web site:  http://www.sistersplacect.org


My Sisters' Place provides emergency, transitional, and/or permanent housing to those who are homeless or who are at risk of being homeless, particularly women and children.


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5395     NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness), Connecticut Chapter

30 Jordan Lane, 3rd Floor

Wethersfield, CT 06109

Phone:  860-882-0236

Fax:  860-882-0240

Kate Mattias, Executive Director

email:  namicted@namict.org

web site:  http://www.namict.org


NAMI-CT, state affiliate of the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill, educates consumers and their families about services and treatment and advocates for protection of all people with mental illness.


5756            National Conference for Community & Justice

1095 Day Hill Road

Windsor, CT 06095

Phone:  860-683-1039

Fax:  860-683-1409

Andrea Kandel, Executive Director

email:  akandel@nccj.org

web site:  http://www.nccj.org/


The National Conference for Community and Justice, NCCJ, is dedicated to fighting bias, bigotry and racism. We promote understanding and respect among all races, religions and cultures through education, advocacy and conflict resolution.


5073  Network Against Domestic Abuse of North Central CT, Inc.
139 Hazard Avenue

Enfield, CT   06082

Phone: (860) 763-7430

Fax: (860) 763-7436

Ms. Kathy Barron, Executive Director


The Network Against Domestic Abuse services victims of domestic violence in a six-town north-central catchment area. Services include; Shelter, Counseling, Child Advocacy, Court Victim Advocacy, Volunteer Services and Community Education.


5075     New Directions, Inc.*

113 Elm Street Suite 204

Enfield, CT 06082

Phone:  860-741-3001

Fax:  860-741-8332

Christopher J. Leary, Executive Director

email:  cleary@newdirectionsct.org

web site:  http://www.newdirectionsct.org


New Directions, Inc. of North Central Conn. is a licensed outpatient and day/Evening Treatment facility providing substance abuse and mental health intervention, prevention and treatment services to youth and adults.


5033     New Hope Manor*

48 Hartford Road

Manchester, CT 06040

Phone:  8606432701

Fax:  860-647-8383

Cheryl Fasano

email:  cheryl@newhopemanor.net

web site:  http://www.newhopemanor.net


New Hope Manor is a residential treatment facility whose primary purpose is to provide an intensive treatment program for adolescent females and their families.  The problems addressed include substance abuse, family conflict and violence, among others.


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5331     Open Hearth Association

P.O. Box 1077

Hartford, CT 06143

Phone:  860-525-3447

Fax:  860-920-0011

Ron Torok, CEO

email:  barnes@theopenhearth.org

web site:  http://www.theopenhearth.org


The Open Hearth provides housing and support services for homeless men in recovery from substance abuse. It also operates a 25-bed emergency shelter.


5240            Opportunities Industrialization Center of New Britain Inc.*

One Grove Place

New Britain, CT 06053

Phone:  860-224-7151

Fax:  860-224-8397

Paulette Fox, Executive Director

email:  pfox@oicnb.org

web site:  www.oicnb.org


OIC is an employment and training program that prepares adults and youth for the world of work. Participants learn to take control of their lives thru a variety of training seminars with job placement and/or education being the prime objective.


5374            Organized Parents Make A Difference (OPMAD), Inc.*

350 Farmington Avenue

Hartford, CT 06105

Phone:  860-548-0301

Fax:  860-548-0307

Sharon Tripp, Executive Director

email:  sharon.tripp@opmad.org

web site:  http://www.opmad.org


Hartford's only parent-run, after-school organization, provides after-school, summer and parent programs.


5095     Our Piece of The Pie*

427 Franklin Avenue,  Suite 201

Hartford, CT 06114

Phone:  860-296-5068

Fax:  860-296-3477

Bob Rath, Chief Executive Officer

email:  bob.rath@scservices.org

web site:  http://www.opp.org


Our Piece of the Pie promotes independence and economic success by helping young people, ages 14-24, become successful adults. OPP is recognized as a leading youth development services organization in the city, and an established community based organization. 


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5759            Pastoral Counseling Center, Inc.

P.O. Box 1244

Glastonbury, CT 06033

Phone:  860-659-0183

Robert S. Henderson, Executive Director

email:  rob444@cox.net

web site:  http://www.pccglastonbury.org


Provides quality pastoral psychotherapy and professional training to those seeking help.


5081            Perception Programs*

54 North Street

P.O. Box 407

Willimantic, CT 06226

Phone:  860-450-7122

Fax:  860-450-7127

Linda Mastrianni, Executive Director

email:  linda.mastrianni@perceptionprograms.org

web site:  http://www.perceptionprograms.org


Perception Programs is a private, non-profit social service agency. Our goal is to provide quality support and treatment to individuals addicted to alcohol and/or drugs including those with mental health problems, offenders, and to those who are living with HIV/AIDS.


5023            Plainville Association for Retarded Citizens, Inc.

28 East Maple Street

P.O. Box 15

Plainville, CT 06062

Phone:  860-747-0316

Robin E. Lund, Executive Director

email:  plainvillea@snet.net


Serves individuals with developmental disabilities in Plainville and its surrounding communities. Our mission is to foster an understanding and acceptance of people with disabilities by providing information and support services. 


5124     Polish American Foundation of Connecticut

27 Grove Hill

New Britain, CT 06052

Phone:  860-517-9267

Konrad Gil, Executive Director

email:  konradgil@paf-ct.org

web site:  http://www.paf-ct.org/


Supports cultural and educational programs and activities, provides social and workforce development services, and seeks to promote cultural understanding among ethnic groups; assists new immigrants. 


5754            Positive Momentum, Inc.

40 Woodland Street

P.O. Box 370336

West Hartford, CT 06137

Phone:  860-293-2909

Fax:  860-293-20470

David B. Eppner, Executive Director

email:  deppner@positivemomentum.org

web site:  http://www.cmtm.org/


Providing employment interview clothing skills training workshpos to low/no income men.Interview tips, fashion advice and continuing education. Clothes make the man.


5244  Potters House Child Development Center
74 Brooklyn Street

Rockville, CT   06066

Phone: (860) 872-1819

Fax: (860) 870-8222

Ms. Leslie Suarez, Executive Director


The Potter's House is a non-profit child care and preschool which provides quality programs for all children regardless of culture, socio-economic background, or family's ability to pay full tuition.


5082            Prudence Crandall Center*

P.O. Box 895

New Britain, CT 06050

Phone:  860-225-5187

Fax:  860-826-4994

Jessica Lewis-Branson, Executive Director

email:  jlewisbranson@prudencecrandall.org

web site:  http://www.prudencecrandall.org


The Prudence Crandall Center, Inc. provides comprehensive services to victims of domestic violence including emergency shelter, 24-hour hotline, counseling, support groups, advocacy, information, referrals and community education.


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5085  Retired Senior Volunteer Program
RSVP of Central CT

147 West Main Street, P.O. Box 578

New Britain, CT   06050

Phone: (860) 224-7117

Fax: (860) 225-8063

Ms. Jennifer Gorman, Project Director


The purpose of RSVP is to place skilled senior volunteers, ages 55 years and older, with local agencies to help our community through service.  At the same time, RSVP promotes healthy aging by encouraging seniors to remain active.


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5362     Saint Agnes Family Center

104 Mayflower Street

West Hartford, CT 06110

Phone:  860-521-7516

Fax:  860-521-6160

Lorna Little, Executive Director

email:  lornal@stagneshome.org

web site:  http://www.stagneshome.org


Our mission is to provide residential care and support services for pregnant and parenting adolescent mothers and their infants.


5086            Salvation Army of Greater Hartford*

855 Asylum Avenue

P.O. Box 628

Hartford, CT 06105

Phone:  860-543-8400

Fax:  860-543-8412

Terry Wood, Captain

email:  terry.wood@use.salvationarmy.org

web site:  http://www.salvationarmy-ct-ri.org


The Salvation Army of Greater Hartford is a spiritual ministry whose services are designed to offer a holistic approach through which the physical, social, emotional and spiritual needs of individuals can be met.


5084     Seniors Job Bank, Inc.

50 South Main Street

West Hartford, CT 06107

Phone:  860-521-3210

Fax:  860-521-3200

Ed  Dombroskas, Executive Director

email:  eddombroskas@seniorsjobbank.com

web site:  http://www.seniorsjobbank.com


Provides free employment referral service to citizens aged 55 and older who reside within the greater Hartford area, so they may continue to lead productive and enjoyable lives, and be independent and contribute to the welfare of the community.


5091            Services for the Elderly of Farmington*

321 New Britain Avenue

Unionville, CT 06085

Phone:  860-673-1441

Fax:  860-675-7140

Nancy J. Walker, Executive Director

email:  nancewalk@aol.com


A nonprofit organization including 180 volunteers that provides services to aid seniors to remain independent in their homes.  Meals on Wheels, congregate meals, transportation, loan closet, friendly visitor and shopper are some of the programs they offer.


5078     Sexual Assault Crisis Center of Eastern CT Inc.*

90 South Park Street

P.O. Box 24

Willimantic, CT 06226

Phone:  860-456-3595

Fax:  860-423-4461

Georgette Katin, Executive Director

email:  gkatin@snet.net

web site:  http://saccec.org


Free & confidential, 24hr. rape crisis intervention services to victims of sexual assault/abuse, including short term and group counseling, advocacy, medical and legal accompaniment and community education. Bi-lingual, bi-cultural services.


5378            Sheldon Oak Central, Inc.

54 South Prospect Street

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-246-0666

Fax:  860-246-0203

Daniel O. Merida, Executive Director

email:  dmerida@sheldonoak.org

web site:  http://www.sheldonoak.org


Nonprofit tax exempt development corporation. It's mission is to develop, manage and produce affordable housing for at risk populations.


5045            Simsbury ABC Program, Inc.

P.O. Box 542

Simsbury, CT 06070

Phone:  860-408-9710

Katie Martin, Fundraising Chair

email:  katiesmartin@yahoo.com

web site:  http://www.simsburyabetterchance.org/


The mission of A Better Chance (ABC) is to increase the number of well-educated minority youth capable of assuming positions of responsibiilty and leadership in our society.


5765     Sneha, Inc.

P.O. Box 271650

West Hartford, CT 06107

Phone:  800-587-6342

Jyoti Ramesh, Executive Director

email:  sneha@sneha.org

web site:  www.sneha.org


Sneha's purpose is to serve women of South Asian origin, and their families, re: education and empowerment, and provide a forum for pan-ethnic interest, and intra- and inter-generational dialogue; it also provides a support line for referral of services.


5093     South Arsenal Neighborhood Development Corp.*

1443-1445 Main Street

Hartford, CT 06120

Phone:  860-278-8460 

Fax:  860-297-0074

Karen O. Lewis, President & CEO

email:  kolewis@sandcorporation.com

web site:  http://www.sandcorporation.com


SAND's goal is to improve the economic, physical and social condition of its service population. Many different activities are offered to assist in obtaining this goal, including youth recreation programs.


5094     South Park Inn*

75 Main Street

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-724-0071

Fax:  860-724-1692

John Ferrucci, Executive Director

email:  jferrucci@southparkinn.org

web site:  http://www.southparkinn.org


South Park Inn shelters, houses and provides individualized case management to help homeless adults and families with children stay safe and relocate into appropriate affordable housing, serving 1800 people annually in three residential programs.


5022            Southeastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. (SCADD)

37 Camp Mooween Road

Lebanon, CT 06249

Phone:  860-886-2495

Jack Malone, Executive Director

email:  jackmalone@snet.net


Dedicated to helping people and their families overcome their problems with alcoholism and substance abuse by providing a variety of treatment services.


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5386     The Shelter for Women

20-28 Sargeant Street

Hartford, CT 06105

Phone:  860-522-9363

Fax:  860-525-6800

Magaret W. Nareff, Executive Director

email:  margaretn@shelterforwomen.org

web site:  www.shelterforwomen.org


Therapeutic educational and independent living programs in a residential setting for girls who are at risk, and cope with the psychological trauma associated with abuse and neglect.


5337     Tri-Town Shelter Services

93 East Main Street

P.O. Box 28

Vernon, CT 06066

Phone:  860-875-9702

Fax:  860-875-6804

Pieter Nijsson, Executive Director

email:  pnijssen@sbcglobal.net

web site:  http://tri-townshelterservices.org


TTSS provides twenty-four hour shelter, related services, information and referrals to homeless individuals, couples, and families with children in need of assistance or services.


5253     True Colors, Inc. Sexual Minority Youth & Family Services of CT*

945 Main Street, Suite 211

Manchester, CT 06040

Phone:  860-649-7386

Robin P. McHaelen, Executive Director

email:  robin.mchaelen@ourtruecolors.org

web site:  http://www.ourtruecolors.org


True Colors, Inc. works to eliminate the stigma associated with sexual and gender minority status and to ensure that the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people are competently met in school, at home and in the community at large.


5363     Trust House Family Learning Center*

155 Wyllys Street

Hartford, CT 06106

Phone:  860-278-8387

Fax:  860-278-5117

Judith Green, Executive Director

email:  jugreen@trusthouse.org

web site:  http://www.trusthouse.org


Trust House is a family learning center located in the Sheldon/Charter Oak neighborhood of Hartford. The center has been in existence since 1994 providing academic, literacy, child development, and life-skills programs to residents of all ages.



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5098     United Labor Agency (John J. Driscoll United Labor Agency), Inc.*

56 Town Line Road

Rocky Hill, CT  06067

Phone:  860-258-6640

Lynn M. Dallas, Executive Director

email:  lynnd@ctula.org

web site:  http://www.ctula.org


ULA's mission is to meet the off-the-job human service and vocational needs of workers and their families.  Serving the youth, adults and elderly of Connecticut.


5100     United Way of Connecticut, Inc.*

1344 Silas Deane Highway

Rocky Hill, CT 06067

Phone:  860-571-7554

Fax:  860-571-7525

Michael P. Meotti, President

email:  mike.meotti@ctunitedway.org

web site:  http://www.ctunitedway.org


United Way of Connecticut is a statewide assocation for the Local United Way's in Connecticut, and also provides the following programs - 2-1-1, 2-1-1 ChildCare, Husky Infoline, and Care 4 Kids.


5101     Urban League of Greater Hartford*

140 Woodland Street

Hartford, CT 06105

Phone:  860-527-0147

Fax:  860-244-0177

James E. Willingham, President & CEO

email:  jwillingham@ulgh.org

web site:  http://www.ulgh.org


The Urban League of Greater Hartford provides one-stop services directed at assisting families become self-sufficient and preparing youth for the 21st Century economy and society.


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5021     Village for Families & Children*

1680 Albany Avenue

Hartford, CT 06105

Phone:  860-236-4511

Fax:  860-231-8449

Galo Rodriguez, President & CEO

email:  galorodriguez@villageforchildren.org

web site:  http://www.villageforchildren.org


The Village is a private, non-profit community service agency dedicated to building a community of strong, healthy families who protect and nurture children.


5355     Vishwa Hindu Parishad of America

217 Deerfield Drive

Kensington, CT 06037

Phone:  860-828-4360

Nikhil H. Buch, Board Secretary

Email:  secy_hartford@vhp-america.org

web site:  www.vhp-america.org


Their mission is to cultivate appreciation for the Hindu heritage, support youth, provide relief to all in need, promote unity among Hindus, and educate others about Hindu beliefs.


5102     Visiting Nurse & Health Services of CT Inc*

8 Keynote Drive

Vernon, CT 06066

Phone:  860-872-9163

Fax:  860-872-3030

Patricia Piela, RN, MS, President & CEO

email:  ppiela@vnhsc.org

web site:  http://www.vnhsc.org


The Agency is a State licensed, Medicare certified, CHAP accredited home health and  hospice care provider. The Agency also provides Adult Day Care, Homemaker, Assisited Living and Meals-On-Wheels services.


5107     Visiting Nurse Association of Central Connecticut, Inc.*

205 West Main Street

New Britain, CT 06052

Phone:  860-224-7131

Fax:  860-224-8303

Kim Andrews, Executive Director

email:  kandrews@vnacc.com

web site:  http://www.vnacc.org


Provides in home and community health services including nursing, aides, homemakers, therapists, social workers, support groups, well child immunizations, flu shots, screenings, emergency response system, parent aide and a certified hospice program.


5103     VNA East, Inc.*

34 Ledgebrook Drive

Mansfield Center, CT 06250

Phone:  860-456-7288

Fax:  860-456-4267

Claudia M. Marcinczyk, President & CEO

email:  cmarcinczyk@vnaeast.org

web site:  http://www.vnaeast.org/


VNA East is a Connecticut licensed, Medicare certified, and JCAHO accredited home health agency providing home health and community services to residents of eastern Connecticut.


5104     VNA Health Care, Inc.*

103 Woodland Street

Hartford, CT 06105

Phone:  860-249-4862

Fax:  860-246-8797

Ellen Rothberg, Chief Executive Officer

email:  erothberg@vnahealthcare.org

web site:  http://www.vnahealthcare.org


Our agency provides short-term care for post-hospitalization, long-term care for chronic illness, rehabilitative services to increase strength and mobility, hospice care and services to support


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5127     West End Community Center

461 Farmington Avenue

Hartford, CT 06105

Phone:  860-232-8081

Fax:  860-232-8087

LaTonya Garner, Executive Director

email:  garnereagle@comcast.net


Community Center provides a public space for all the West End neighborhood's diverse residents, property owners, renters, workers, children, etc. to come together to strengthen communual ties and civic goals.


5354     West Indian Foundation, Inc.

1229 Albany Avenue

P.O. Box 320394

Hartford, CT 06132

Phone:  860-241-0379

Sharraine Reid, Executive Director

email:  sharraine@comcast.net

web site:  http://www.westindianfoundation.org


West Indian Foundation encourages a strong, stable status for West Indian Americans, through education, economic and skill development and preservation and perpetuation of culture.


5080            Wheeler Clinic, Inc. / Prevent Child Abuse Connecticut*

91 Northwest Drive

Plainville, CT 06062

Phone:  860-793-3500

Fax:  860-793-3520

David J. Berkowitz, Executive Director

email:  dberkowitz@wheelerclinic.org

web site:  http://www.wheelerclinic.org


Prevent Child Abuse Connecticut is a statewide program of Wheeler Clinic dedicated to the prevention of child abuse and the promotion of healthy family relationships.


5111            Windham Area Interfaith Ministry*

P.O. Box 221

Willimantic, CT 06226

Phone:  860-456-7270

Fax:  860-456-9278

Victoria Nimirowski, Executive Director

email:  director@waimct.org

web site:  http://www.waimct.org


WAIM is a non-profit organization founded in 1984 to provide help to people in need in the greater Windham area. WAIM is an association of faith communities that provides for basic human needs, to support those in the Windham area.


5245            Windham Habitat for Humanity

P.O. Box 214

Willimantic, CT 06226

Phone:  860-486-6474

George Askew, President

web site:  http://www.windhamhabitatforhumanity.org/


An organization dedicated to the elimination of substandard housing and homelessness and making affordable shelter a matter of conscience and action.


5034            Windham Regional Community Council

872 Main Street

Willimantic, CT 06226

Phone:  860-423-4534

Fax:  860-456-1028

Jeffrey Beadle, Executive Director

email:  jeffrey.beadle@wrccinc.org

web site:  http://www.wrccinc.org/


WRCC is a non-profit social service agency committed to improving the health and social well-being of the residents living in the Windham and Tolland County.


5112            Women's League, Inc. Child Development Center*

1695 Main Street

Hartford, CT 06120

Phone:  860-524-5969

Fax:  860-524-5960

Iris H. Rich, Executive Director

email:  irich@womensleaguecdc.org


Women's League's mission is to foster the cognitive, physical, emotional, and social development of the whole child through a creative, healthy appropriate learning environment that is responsive to the emerging needs of family and community.


5259     World Affairs Council

66 Forest Street

Hartford, CT  06105

Phone:  860-241-6119

Felicity Harley, Executive Director

email:  fharley@ctwac.org

web site:  http://www.ctwac.org/


A nonprofit, non-partisan education organization which seeks to enhance public dialogue on world affairs in Connecticut; develop awareness of other cultures and governments, and promote mutual understandings and friendships among people worldwide.


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5113     YMCA of Metropolitan Hartford*

241 Trumbull Street

Hartford, CT 06103

Phone:  860-522-9622

Fax:  860-522-1314

Kevin Washington, President

email:  kevin.washington@ghymca.org

web site:  http://www.ghymca.org


Ten branches of the YMCA of Greater Hartford provide values based programs in the Capital Region including child care, family programs. resident and day camping, fitness, aquatics, arts,sports and urban development.


5114     YMCA of New Britain/Berlin*

50 High Street

New Britain, CT 06051

Phone:  860-229-3787

Fax:  860-225-8063

Judy Jameson, Executive Director

email:  jjameson@nbymca.org

web site:  http://www.nbymca.org


The New Britain-Berlin YMCA serves more than 5,000 people a year providing a wide variety of programs including childcare, camping, youth & adult sports and fitness, residence for men and other social development programs. 


5338     Youth Challenge of CT

15-17-19 May Street

P.O. Box 763

Hartford, CT 06101

Phone:  860-728-5199

Fax:  860-524-0418

Raul Gonzalez, Executive Director

email:  pauleyc@mindspring.com

web site:  http://www.youthchallenge.org


Operates residential centers and conducts outreach to help persons affected by life controlling problems such as substance abuse find drug-free, productive and meaningful lives.


5345     Y-US, Inc. (Youth United for Survival)*

1477 Park St. Corner

P.O. Box 261140

Hartford, CT 06126

Phone:  860-951-7268

Fax:  860-951-7269

Louis Gilbert, Executive Director

email:  loug@y-us.org

web site:  http://www.y-us.org


Y-US, Inc. provides positive youth development programs for children who have experienced abuse, neglect and trauma.  Y-US operates four programs serving over 300 youth per year between the ages of 2-22, primarily from the greater Hartford area.


5117     YWCA of New Britain, Inc.*

22 Glen Street

P.O. Box 2545

New Britain, CT 06050

Phone:  860-225-4681

Fax:  860-826-7026

Robin Sharp, Executive Director

email:  rsharp.ywca@snet.net 


The YWCA of New Britain was established in 1910 to lead the community by helping women empower themselves through education, job training, health programs, and family centered programs.  The agency is an affiliate of the YWCA of the USA.


5116     YWCA of the Hartford Region, Inc.*

135 Broad Street

Hartford, CT 06105

Phone:  860-525-1163

Fax:  860-543-8919

Deborah Ullman, Executive Director

email:  deborahu@ywcahartford.org

web site:  http://www.ywcahartford.org


Since its inception in 1867, the YWCA of the Hartford Region has provided programs and services in response to the changing needs of women and girls. We are a women’s membership association with a mission to empower women and girls and eliminate racism.

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