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How to Access Valley Services & Resources

Valley Council Member Agencies

For information about the services provided by our member agencies, please see the current member agency list.

United Way of Connecticut 2-1-1 Infoline

2-1-1 is Connecticut’s free information and referral service to a wide variety of community services. You can search for services by community or zip code, by linking to 2-1-1 here.

Valley Community Services by Type of Service

For a list of health & human service providers that cover the Valley region by type of service provided, please click here 2014 9-17 Resource Matrix

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How to Support Valley Nonprofits and Council Initiatives

Volunteer for the Valley

For more information about how to support local nonprofit health and human service organizations and initiatives, see the Valley United Way’s Volunteer Center and e-Volunteer, an on-line service to match you with a volunteer opportunity in the Valley. Agencies can post their volunteer opportunities for free by clicking here.

You can also contact a Valley Council member agency or task force for more information about how to get involved in their activities.

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For information about how to make a financial donation to Council nonprofit agencies, please see our member agency websites, the Valley United Way and the Valley Community Foundation.

If you have furniture, office supplies or other items that you would like to donate to a Valley nonprofit agency, please contact Sharon Gibson, President, C.O.O., of the Valley United Way (Tel: 203-926-9478)

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Community Assessments, Reports, & Plans

Valley CARES Quality of Life Report, 2010—Summary Version
Valley CARES Quality of Life Report, 2010—Full Version

Senior Services Assessment
Early Childhood Capacity Study

Naugatuck Valley Community Health Improvement Plan, 2014-2016

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