Advocacy Partners

 

The Middlesex Coalition for Children does not do its work alone.  There are a number of other Middletown-based coalitions that work to improve outcomes for children and families through prevention, advocacy, fundraising, and systems change.

If you are interested in joining in the work of any of these partner coalitions, see the list below and contact their leadership.

Middletown LIST/GMCC: Substance abuse and Mental/Behavioral Health, meets the first Tuesday of the month at 9 am, deKoven House, 

Opportunity Knocks

Greater Middletown Community Collaborative

Focusing on Youth-based Substance Abuse Prevention and Mental/Behavioral Health 

Meets

Second Tuesday

Where

deKoven House

Time

Contact

9 am

Justin Carbonella

Public?

Yes

Opportunity Knocks for Young Children

Add your content or connect to a database.

Breed

mixed

Color

Gray

Age

Sex

Adult

Female

Hair

Medium

I'm Ginger

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Breed

mixed

Color

Orange

Age

Sex

Adult

Male

Hair

Medium

The mission of the Connecticut Juvenile Justice Alliance is to reduce the number of children and youth entering the juvenile and criminal justice system, and advocate a safe, effective, and

fair system for those involved.

The mission of the Connecticut Juvenile Justice Alliance is to reduce the number of children and youth entering the juvenile and criminal justice system, and advocate a safe, effective, and

fair system for those involved.

The mission of Connecticut Voices for Children is to promote the well-being of all of Connecticut’s young people and their families by advocating for strategic public investments and wise public policies. Connecticut Voices for Children advances its mission through high quality research and analysis, strategic communications, community education, and development of the next generation of advocates.

End Hunger Connecticut! is a statewide anti-hunger and food security organization. By focusing on advocacy, outreach, education and research, EHC! serves as a comprehensive anti-hunger resource for policymakers, community organizations, and low-income families. The work of EHC! is vital to the visibility and coordination of various federal food assistance programs that are meant to lower the prevalence of food insecurity and hunger.  The goal of EHC! is to improve the levels of food security and nutrition among Connecticut families while creating and supporting policies that move families toward self-sufficiency.

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