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.
The Valley Council for Health and Human Services (Council) will be conducting a design contest to develop a contemporary, social media-friendly logo that reflects the organization’s mission. We know that great ideas can come from people of all backgrounds and ages, so the contest will be reaching out to the entire Valley community and beyond.
Below is information about the contest with general guidelines.
Established in 1993, the Valley Council for Health and Human Services is a vibrant partnership network of nonprofit agencies that serves 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. The Council is recognized as a statewide model for effective collaboration to benefit the community.
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Alliance for Prevention and Wellness will present the 2016 valley survey of student needs results overview.
Free Family Halloween Hoopla – 15TH Annual Children’s Health & Safety Fair sponsored by The Valley Parish Nurse Program, Safe Kids Greater Naugatuck Valley, Griffin Faculty Physicians & Valley Community Foundation. October 28TH 3-8 p.m. Warsaw Park, Ansonia. Free Treats, Fun & Games. Come dressed in your Halloween Costume and Trick or Treat with us! Free Fitted Bike Helmets to first 500 children.
Dr. Kidder to host Senior Service Event
“50 Fabulous Things About Aging”
Monday October 17th
130 Division St. Derby
Back by popular demand! Join Dr. Beverly Kidder of the Agency on Aging of South Central CT. to learn about the positive aspects of aging, the benefits and opportunities aging provides and how to embrace getting older! A light dinner will be served.
Seating is limited-must RSVP
Kayala@teaminc.org or 203-736-5420 ext. 225
Sponsored by the Valley Senior Services Council & VCHHS & Valley United Way and Griffin Hospital