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  • Branford, CT
  • United States
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Books in Spanish Needed!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Emily Granelli Feb 4, 2013. 2 Replies

Read to Grow in Branford is in desperate need of children's books in Spanish for its Books for Kids program.  Read to Grow is the only statewide organization dedicated to building literacy right from…Continue

 

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Profile Information

Name of the Organization
BHcare
Contact Person
Emily Granelli
Job Title
Director of Community Affairs and Government Relations
Contact phone
203-483-2630 x2207
E-mail
egranelli@bhcare.org
Website
http://bhcare.org
Interest
Housing Assistance, Shelter, Health, Advocacy
Description Interest
BHcare provides comprehensive behavioral health, prevention and domestic violence services that improve the lives and health of the individuals, families and communities we serve. We serve more than 14,000 individuals and families each year throughout Greater New Haven, the Lower Naugatuck Valley and the Shoreline.

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In Flint, an Avenue Leading to Safety

For decades, the residents of Flint, Michigan have endured high rates of crime alongside devastating unemployment, depopulation and blight—and recently, a severe water crisis on top of that. But the energy and commitment of neighbors, business people and key anchor institutions are transforming the historic University Avenue corridor. Crime there, in turn, has plummeted. A Department of Justice community safety grant, with training and technical assistance from LISC, has ramped up those efforts and is helping make the corridor a model of problem-solving, and optimism, for all of Flint.

National Building Museum Features Innovative Chicago Development

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