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.

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News and Events

Key findings from the Valley Community Index and related links:


Community Health Improvement Plan

This report is the result of the consistent dedication of numerous Valley partnerships, working together in a collaborative planning process. More than 75 stakeholders reviewed the top concerning public health issues identified in the 2019 Valley Community Index, resulting in identification of the following key health priorities for the Valley. For more information: https://dtctvqh7yaqbw.cloudfront.net/documents/CHIP-Final-2019.pdf

Diversity-Equity-Inclusion Capacity Building Work Group

The Valley Council HHS Diversity – Equity – Inclusion Capacity Building Work Group (DEI Workgroup) is charged to build and strengthen the competencies of the Valley Council, through the lens of DEI, that can be applied in all aspects of VC HHS thoughts, actions, strategies, & outcomes. The work will include the development and implementation of position statements and written policy of the Valley Council, professional development & topic presentations for Valley Council HHS membership, and longer-term strategies with actionable goals. Embedded into all Valley Council HHS efforts, the DEI Workgroup will help guide behaviors and actions, strategies and outcomes, across all Valley Council committees, task forces, and other sub-groups of the Valley Council HHS. If anyone is interested in being involved and working with the group, please contact Esperina Stubblefield and Susan Agamy or David Morgan / Chair VC HHS.