Welcome to The Valley Council, a partnership network of nonprofit agencies that serve the residents of Connecticut’s Lower Naugatuck Valley.  The Valley Council works to strengthen the capacity of our member agencies and community partners to provide high quality health and human services in the Valley region.  By coming together to build relationships, exchange information, share resources, identify community needs, and plan for community solutions, we help to improve quality of life for Valley residents.

If you are a representative of a nonprofit agency serving Valley residents, learn about the benefits and process of becoming a member of the Valley Council.

If you live or work in the Valley, learn about how to access services and/or how to support the work of Valley nonprofits by volunteering, donating, or participating in community efforts.

Lou Brady, Chief Operating Officer of Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center, joined us to discuss National Community Health Center Week and provided a PowerPoint on the mission and history of Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center. Their mission is to create excellent and affordable access to healthcare for everyone in our community.
They offer the following services: Addiction Treatment, Behavioral Health, Dental, Pediatrics and Early Childhood, Pharmacy, Specialty Services, Urgent Care, Wellness and Women’s Health.

News and Events

Join Fight Against Drugs Everywhere (FADE) on August 30, 2018 at 5:30 pm at the Shelton Pavilion & Riverwalk for its fourth annual Drug Awareness 5k Run/Walk.

The Valley Council for Health & Human Services Congratulates Diane Stroman of TEAM, Inc.  Diane has made a huge impact in our Community and as former Chair of the Valley Council.  We wish her the best of health and happiness during her retirement!

April Speaker

April Guest Speaker, Desiree Brooks, Program Specialist- Mortgage Crisis Job Training at The WorkPlace.

The Connecticut housing market is still recovering from the Great Recession. For homeowners struggling to make their mortgage payments, who may be behind as a result of available/sustainable employment; the state has provided funds to The WorkPlace to operate the Mortgage Crisis Job Training Program.  Each year, the program provides hundreds of homeowners with no cost education and training, financial counseling, customized employment services, and referrals to additional supportive services. It is their hope that the program continue to be funded and assist CT families at risk of foreclosure.