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Ct Speaks out on Health Care Costs at Community Baptist Church

October 26, 2017 from 6:30pm to 8pm
Come share your story and concern about the high cost of healthcare and probable cuts that will devastate our communities. This event is being sponsored by the Office of the Healthcare Advocate in partnership with Christian Community Action and Conect ( Congregations Organized for a New Connecticut and CT Speaks Out.  See More
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Ct Speaks out on Health Care Costs at Community Baptist Church

October 26, 2017 from 6:30pm to 8pm
Come share your story and concern about the high cost of healthcare and probable cuts that will devastate our communities. This event is being sponsored by the Office of the Healthcare Advocate in partnership with Christian Community Action and Conect ( Congregations Organized for a New Connecticut and CT Speaks Out.  See More
Oct 20, 2017
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Ready to make a difference in your community?

HAVE YOU HAD ENOUGH OF TALKING ABOUT THE ISSUES??ARE YOU READY TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT THEM?ARE YOU READY TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE????Christian Community Action, Inc.’sAdvocacy & Education Projectinvite you to join  Parent Leadership Training InstitutePlease visit www.plti-ct.org for more information Parent Leadership Training Institute (PLTI)trains, inspires and empowers parents andothers who care about children to becomeeffective advocates for children. It…See More
Oct 18, 2012
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New Haven No More Crumbs Coalition at New Haven Free Public Library

September 6, 2012 from 4pm to 6pm
Come join us as we form a New Haven coalition that will  advocate politically for more effective policies on quality of life issues including living wage jobs, affordable housing, accessible healthcare, high quality education, reliable childcare and dependable transportation. Merryl - Christian Community ActionPaola  - Clifford Beers ClinicSee More
Sep 5, 2012

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Name of the Organization
Christian Community Action
Contact Person
Merryl Eaton
Contact phone
203 777-6072
E-mail
merryleaton@ccahelping.org
Website
http://www.cccahelping.org
Interest
Advocacy
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The advocacy and education project is an initiative of Christian Comunity Action. Our mssion is to ensure that the voice of the people most impacted by an issue are heard and that their voices are isued in the making of public policy. We have multiple grassroots advocacy groups, the best known one being Mothers for Justice. We also administer the Parent Leadership Training Insitute, a free 19 week program to that trains, inspires and empowers people to become effective advocates for children and to develop leadership skills to make real changes in schools, communities and state and local government.

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Ready to make a difference in your community?

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HAVE YOU HAD ENOUGH OF TALKING ABOUT THE ISSUES??

ARE YOU READY TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT THEM?

ARE YOU READY TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE????

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At 10:43am on November 9, 2011, Lee Cruz said…

Merryl,

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