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Evelyn Gorsline-Flamm (NFN)
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Name of the Organization
Fair Haven Community Health Center- Nurturing Families Program
Contact Person
Evelyn Gorsline -Flamm
Contact phone
203-777-7411
E-mail
eflamm@fhchc.org
Website
http://www.fhchc.org
Interest
Early Childhood
Description Interest
Nurturing Families Network is a child abuse and prevention program funded through the Children's Trust Fund, an agency of the State of Connecticut. Nurturing Families at Fair Haven Community Health Center offers intensive home visiting to first time parents and parents who are pregnant with their first baby, and, also offers Nurturing Parenting Groups to support parents to become better parents.

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At 11:05am on October 15, 2009, galit Sharma said…
Hi Evelyn, what kind of training? I just kind of joined but didn't do any training...
At 10:38am on October 15, 2009, Gabrielle Hall- Clifford Beers said…
Camera Shy-LOL
At 11:39am on August 25, 2009, Roger Senserrich - CAHS said…
Welcome to GNH Community! Feel free to post information, announcements, events, random musings or ask for help around here.

If you have any question (or you want me to add content to one of the groups, like the Nurturing Families one that I really encourage you to join) please drop me a line.

Have fun!
 
 
 

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