Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Training

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

Our Support Groups

Newtown Parent Connection offers a weekly Hope & Support group for parents and families with loved ones affected by substance use/abuse in Newtown and Fairfield. Also, a monthly Bereavement Support group meets the first Wednesday of the month.

Giving Tuesday

    11-29-2016 – Giving Tuesday, is a global day dedicated for giving thanks around the world for one common purpose…..to celebrate generosity and to give.  It’s a time when the community gives back to local charities and non-profits.  We are proud to be a part of Giving Tuesday and hope you will join us by considering a small donation …

Opioid Public Forum Held At Edmond Town Hall

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 …

Kevin J. Carolan Memorial Golf Tournament

Thank you! The Kevin J. Carolan 6th Memorial tournament was a wonderful success! What a perfect day it was! The weather could not have been better. Friends and family from near and far, support and representation from our NPC families, therapists and treatment facilities, and our local and state politicians whom we are so grateful for. Thank you to everyone for taking time out of your busy schedule to be with us. See the event photo gallery.

Join Us! Open House Sept. 7th

Please come help us celebrate the opening of the Newtown Parent Connection’s new home, Wednesday, September 7th, 6-7:30 pm.

Fairfield Hills duplex has new life with nonprofit

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 …

Town of Newtown and Newtown Parent Connection Tour

Newtown Parent Connection Grand Opening

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.  

New Building Opening Soon

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 …

More on New Building

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 …

#Giving Tuesday

Today, Giving Tuesday, is a global day dedicated for giving thanks around the world for one common purpose…..to celebrate generosity and to give.  It’s a time when the community gives back to local charities and non-profits.  We are proud to be a part of Giving Tuesday and hope you will join us by considering a small donation to help us …

2014 Kevin J. Carolan Memorial Golf

10/2/2015
Fellow Golfers,
GOLF IS ON! Just wanted to update you on the Kevin Carolan Memorial Golf Tournament scheduled for Monday, October 5th. The weather is looking good and the event is on. So many of you have rearranged your schedules and are traveling from Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Florida and of course locally to be with us and our hope it that it will be a beautiful day. We are so grateful for your commitment and look forward to seeing everyone!
Dorrie Carolan, Newtown Parent Connection, Inc.