The bereavement group will take place at 2 Washington Square from 7 -8:30 PM. Weather permitting the meeting will take place outside otherwise we will meet in the lecture room with masks and social distancing.
All Hope & Support Meetings will take place at 2 Washington Square from 7 -9. Weather permitting the meeting will take place outside otherwise we will meet in the lecture room with masks and social distancing.
Monday, October 7, 2019 – Annual Kevin J. Carolan Golf Outing fundraiser for Newtown Parent Connection. DETAILS >
Always a great time! Bring the little ones and Grandma and Grandpa! Tickets available through 9/16. DETAILS >
Thank you to all that attended and participated in our Mardi Gras Gala fundraiser! Each and every one of you helped make it be the success it was! Photos have been added. 🙂
April 6, 2019. WE HOPE YOU WILL JOIN US for the MARDI GRAS GALA!
We will also be honoring Chris Lyddy, longtime board member and supporter of NPC!
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By Shannon HicksNewtown Bee, November 6, 2018 The announcement of the grant was made on October 16 by NPC Founder Dorrie Carolan; Harry Carey, director of external affairs, AT&T; Newtown First Selectman Daniel Rosenthal, and State Senator Tony Hwang. The four sat down at NPC’s headquarters to discuss the grant early that Tuesday afternoon, having just returned from Fairfield, where …
Newtown Bee, September 8, 2018by John Voket Former Newtown Rotary President and local Legislative Councilman Joe Hemingway has come full circle in his relationship with The Newtown Parent Connection (NPC). A long-time volunteer with the NPC board before departing to explore other service opportunities, Mr Hemingway was recently named the local human services nonprofit’s new board chairman according, to founder …
IF YOU HAVE A LOVED ONE STRUGGLING WITH AN OPIOID ADDICTION… one action you can take is to get overdose prevention training and have Narcan in your home! Learn how to use Naloxone (Narcan), a medication that can reverse an overdose! Registration required.
Newtown Parent Connection
Thursday, February 23rd, 6:45pm
Alissa Silber Newtown Bee, October 7, 2016 The Newtown Prevention Council conducted a community forum about Connecticut’s opioid crisis on Wednesday, October 5, at the Edmond Town Hall. The meeting gave the public the opportunity to openly discuss their questions and concerns while talking with a panel of experts in the field, including addiction specialists, law enforcement, those in health …
Please come help us celebrate the opening of the Newtown Parent Connection’s new home, Wednesday, September 7th, 6-7:30 pm.
New space for Newtown Parent Connection. Read VOICES article on the grand opening.
Newtown Bee reports on grand opening on July 25, 2016 of new building for Newtown Parent Connection.
NEWTOWN — All the noise this summer at the town’s Fairfield Hills campus has been coming from the demolition of the 225,000-square-foot Canaan House – one of the huge abandoned red brick buildings left from the former state psychiatric hospital that Newtown took over a decade ago. But on Monday night, Newtown VIPs and friends of a home-grown nonprofit assembled …
Newtown Bee article features a “longtime resident and local business owner has found strength by utilizing NPC rehabilitation placement, and attending the agency’s Hope & Support meetings. His child is currently clean and sober as a result of being incarcerated for crimes committed in the depths of a drug addiction…”
Town of Newtown and Newtown Parent Connection, Inc., invite you to a tour of the new Newtown Parent Connection space at Duplex 63, Fairfield Hills Campus on July 25, 2016. 6-7:30 pm.
In the coming weeks, The Bee will profile a number of local families coming to grips with opiate addiction and its repercussions in their own homes with support from the Newtown Parent Connection. Click image to read more
We are very excited to be moving into our new home this summer. Former State Hospital Staff Housing Renovated For Parent Connection June 3, 2016 Newtown Bee Article / Kendra Bobowick The smell of fresh earth-toned paint filled rooms at the duplex building at 63 Washington Square in Fairfield Hills. Ross Carley and several other Fairfield Hills Authority members, along …
Former State Hospital Staff Housing Renovated For Parent Connection June 3, 2016 Newtown Bee / Kendra Bobowick The smell of fresh earth-toned paint filled rooms at the duplex building at 63 Washington Square in Fairfield Hills. Ross Carley and several other Fairfield Hills Authority members, along with First Selectman Pat Llodra, Land Use Director George Benson and interested resident Richmond …