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.
September Guest Speaker: Pamela Lorenzo- Visiting Nurse Association of South Central Connecticut.
Pamela Lorenzo, Valley Early Childhood Regional Council Chair, gave a great presentation on Collective Impact and the mission, goals and current activities of VECRC.
Congratulations Lindsay Greene
Congratulations to Lindsay Greene of Newtown for creating the new logo for the Valley Council. Pictured left to right: Susan Agamy, Valley Council Vice Chair; Lindsay Greene, logo designer; Patricia Tarasovic, Valley Council Chair; and John Alvord, Professor at Norwalk Community College’s graphic arts program. Prof. Alvord presented the Council’s logo contest as a class project through which Lindsay submitted the winning design.
June Speaker Karen N. Spargo, MA, MPH, RS Director of Health
Karen N. Spargo, MA, MPH, RS Director of Health – Naugatuck Valley Health Dept.
The Naugatuck Valley Health District (NVHD) serves as the official local public health entity for the combined towns of Ansonia, Beacon Falls, Derby, Naugatuck, Seymour and Shelton. NVHD is committed to improving the quality of life for all it serves through the promotion of health, prevention of disease, and by assuring a safe and clean environment. NVHD is made up of three main divisions-Environmental Health, Community Health and Administration. Currently, NVHD is taking applications to emend LEAD hazards in the home. For more information visit www.nvhd.org
The Cyber Child
Alliance for Prevention & Wellness presents ” The Cyber Child: Neurological, Social & Educational Implications” April 27, 2017 8:00 am to 12:00pm – Grassy Hill Country Club, 411 Clarke Lane, Orange, Ct. For more information contact (203) 736-8566