Diaper Distribution Network (DDN) Member Directory

TitleAddressStateZipNamePhonePhoneWebsite

ABCD


image001The ABCD, Inc. is committed to improving the quality of life of people through Community Economic Development, Energy Conservation, Housing Development, and Transportation.
1070 Park AvenueBridgeport, CT06604Frances Kalangala203-366-8241 ext.253203-337-6200www.theabcdinc.com

ADRC Coventry House


image003The ADRC is a private non-profit corporation located in Hartford, Connecticut, providing high quality substance abuse treatment and recovery-supportive services. We operate a number of facilities, offering a wide range of services to help our clients achieve and maintain a life free of the destructive effects of chemical dependency.
46 Coventry StreetHartford, CT06112Rebecca Medina860-714-3703-www.adrc-ct.org

All Our Kin (mailing)


image005All Our Kin is a nationally-recognized, Connecticut-based nonprofit organization that trains, supports, and sustains community child care providers in order to ensure that children and families have the foundation they need to succeed in school and in life.
P.O. box 8477New Haven, CT06530Carlos Gallo2037722386203-772www.allourkin.org

Breakthrough Options For Families, Inc.


image006Breakthrough Options for Families, Inc. was founded on the idea of helping those in need. Since our organization was established, we have endeavored to provide help where the need is greatest.
4 Villaway Road (left unit)Norwalk, CT06855Akisha Cassermere(203) 981-2000(203) 722-2178www.boffusa.org

Brennan Rogers Family Resource Center


image009Each Family Resource Center has made a commitment to comply with 7 major components. While each FRC has some unique programs and activities, they tend to fall into one of these components. Not every FRC has all 7 components on-site; some are provided by near-by off site agencies. The components are: Full-time preschool child care; school-age child care; families in training; adult education; support and training for family child care providers; positive youth development programs and resource and referral services.
200 Wilmot Rd.New Haven, CT06511Lensley Gay203-946-6171203-946-2936www.nhps.net/node/92

Bridgeport Board of Education Parent


image010The Bridgeport Board of Education's Parent Center is located at 900 Boston Avenue in Bridgeport,Connecticut. The Parent Center offers Adult Education Classes in English as a Second Language and GED classes. They hold workshops on parenting skills and topics of interest to parents.
900 Boston AvenueBridgeport, CT06610Jacqueline Oliver203-275-1751203-331-0270www.bridgeport.ct.schoolwebpages.com

Bridgeport Central High School


image013Central High School believes all students can achieve academic excellence. We strive to develop the unique talents of each student and are committed to promoting social and civic responsibility.
1 Lincoln BlvdBridgeport, CT06610Michele Neary(203) 332-3347-www.bridgeport.ct.schoolwebpages.com

Bridgeport Healthy Start


image015The overall goals of this grant initiative are to reduce, to the extent possible, infant mortality and morbidity and low birth weight.
752 East Main Street 2nd FlBridgeport, CT06608Mayra Cabanas203-576-7458203-332-5635www.bridgeportct.gov

Bridgeport Parent Aide/Bassick HS


image017Teen Pregnancy Room 7
1181 Fairfield Avenue--Carmen Ayala203-543-0109

Bridgeport Public Housing


image019Bridgeport Housing Authority's suppy of housing includes nearly 2,600 public housing equivalent units - apartments that serve low income families, seniors, and people with disabilities.
301 Bostick AvenueBridgeport, CT06605Deidra Perry203-337-8935203-337-4911www.bridgeporthousing.org

Catholic Charities Centro San Jose


image020Centro San José Family Center, funded by the Community Foundation of Greater New Haven and the United Way of Greater New Haven, provides services to parents and caregivers designed to improve the school readiness and success of young children.
290 Grand AvenueNew Haven, CT06513Charlie Vidro203-777-6771203-777-5290www.ccaoh.org

Child Guidance Center of Bridgeport


image023The Nurturing Families Network has three primary components: Nurturing Connections, Nurturing Home Visiting and Nurturing Parenting Group. All components of the NFN Program provide parent education, help in managing problems and referrals to appropriate community resources.
180 Fairfield AvenueBridgeport, CT06604Noraleen Dunphy2033946529203-610-6131www.cgcgb.org

Christian Community Action CCAC


image024Christian Community Action is a faith-based not-for-profit ecumenical social services agency in New Haven, Connecticut. Our mission is to provide emergency shelter and transitional housing, food, advocacy and leadership education and training and other support to those who are poor, in particular families that are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
168 Davenport AvenueNew Haven, CT06519Janet Vanterpool203-777-7848203-777-7923www.ccahelping.org

Community Action Agency of New Haven, Inc


image027CAANH is a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) location helping low and moderate income taxpayers complete their annual tax returns at no cost!
419 Whalley AvenueNew Haven, CT06511Lorrie Chamba203-387-7700 x 172-www.caanh.net

The Community Closet


image028The Community Closet collects donations of gently used clothing and household essentials and gives them away completely free to needy people striving for self-sufficiency.
475 Clinton Ave.Bridgeport, CT06605Karen Seferi203-368-5624203-368-1239www.jccs.org

CREC


image031The Capital Region Education Council's mission is to work with boards of education of the Capitol Region to improve the quality of public education for all learners.
34 Sequassen Street Suite 234AHartford, CT06106Rosa Flores860-509-3770 x 3830860-509-3771www.crec.org

Dunbar School Family Resource Center


image032The Family Resource Center is a school based program that links parents and children to educational resources as well as community services.
445 Union AvenueBridgeport, CT06607Flora Harris203-332-5658203-337-0112www.bridgeport.ct.schoolwebpages.com

Families in Crisis


image034Families in Crisis is a family services agency that helps offenders and their loved ones confront and overcome challenges.
60 Popieluszko CourtHartford, CT06106Lisa Mojica860-727-5820860-727-5801www.familiesincrisis.org

Family Centered Services of CT


image036Family CT works with families to ensure that they are safe and nurturing places where children can succeed.
235 Nicoll StreetNew Haven, CT06511Tamia Bird203-624-2600 x 227203-562-6232www.familyct.org

Family Life Education


image037Family Life Education is committed to bring together people from a variety of backgrounds who share a similar mission- improving the lives of children, youth and families.
30 Arbor Street (1st floor South Bldg)Hartford, CT06106Lydia Rodriguez860-233-9700860-236-6721www.familylifeedu.org

French Speaking Baptist Church


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324 Legion AvenueNew Haven, CTLeonce Alexis & Mathuvis Menelas203-823-6820

Hall Neighborhood House: Care Around..


image040Here at Hall Neighborhood House, we provide a host of social and educational programs that benefit the lives of children, youth, families and senior citizens.
500 State StreetBridgeport, CT06604Jadette Rivera203-345-2000203-345-2121www.hnhonline.org

Hartford MIOP


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131 Coventry StreetBridgeport, CT06604Donna Redway860-757-4821860-722-6101

Hill Central Family Resource Center


The FRC serves all the adults and children that attend the Hill Central Academy and all the neighboring community.
140 Dewitt St.New Haven, CT06519Michele Moore, Yesmaria Diaz, Lysie Rodriguez203-499-6140203-499-6106http://www.sde.ct.gov

Hillhouse High School (SPPT)


image044It is the mission of James Hillhouse High School located in New Haven, Connecticut to graduate students prepared for success in a world of increasing diversity, technological change and global challenges. Our task as educators, community members, parents and students is to create an environment in which all students have the opportunity to reach their greatest academic potential and to facilitate their growth as responsible and respectful members of society.
480 Sherman ParkwayNew Haven, CT-Ebony Belton(203) 497-7536-www.nhps.net

IRIS


image046Helping refugees and other displaced people establish new lives, regain hope, and contribute to the vitality of Connecticut’s communities.
235 Nicoll St., 2nd FloorNew Haven, CT106511Gabrielle Joyce203-562-2095203-572-1798www.irisct.org

Junta For Progressive Action


image048Junta's mission is to provide services, programs and advocacy that improve the social, political and economic conditions of the Latino community in greater New Haven while nurturing and promoting its cultural traditions as it builds bridges with other communities.
169 Grand AvenueNew Haven, CT06513Cheila Serrano203-787-0191203-787-4934www.juntainc.org

Lulac Head Start


image049Lulac Head Start-Mill River is a preschool located in New Haven, Connecticut.
250 Cedar StreetNew Haven, CT06519Edita Tamulionyte, Keysha Arroyo203-777-4006203-777-8781

Malta House, Inc.


image051Malta House promotes the dignity of God given life by providing a nurturing home environment, support services, and independent living skills to expectant mothers of all faiths, and to their babies.
5 Prowitt StreetNorwalk, CT06855Lucy Freeman (E.D.)(203) 857-0088(203) 857-0018www.maltahouse.org

Middlesex Hospital Early Head Start


image053The Early Head Start Partnership Program is part of a Birth-Grade 3 Early Childhood Plan developed by the Middletown Community, including the city and the public schools.
4 Crescent StreetMiddletown, CT06547Kimberly Outhout860-358-4838

Middlesex Hospital Family Advocacy


image053The goal of the Family Advocacy Program is to improve the lives of children and families in Connecticut by delivering comprehensive behavioral health outpatient services by offering a comprehensive array of health resources and by partnering with other community organizations to provide that care.
4 Crescent StreetMiddletown, CT06457Linda McDonald860-302-8388(203) 857-0018www.middlesexhospital.org
image056Middletown Adult Education provides academic programs, early childhood classes, family education, job training, workplace education, enrichment classes, counseling and assessment services.398 Main StreetMiddletown, CT06457Laura Beeler, Ellen Jahne(860) 343-6050(860) 353-6050www.maect.org

Middletown Family Wellness Center


635 Main StreetMiddletown, CT06457Nicole Elliott860-347-6971 x3662-www.middletownfamilywellness.com

Minding the Baby, Yale Child Study Center


image058Minding the Baby Program Helps Young Families in Crucial Early Stage of a Baby's Life
230 South Frontage RoadNew Haven, CT06519Andrea Miller203-785-5589 office-www.nursing.yale.edu

Montessori on Edgewood (13)


image061To establish and operate a high quality, educational program and facility in a traditional urban community for children from infants to age five.
230 Edgewood AvenueNew Haven, CT06511April Kilgore203-772-3210203-777-5464www.valentinechocolatefestival.org

Morning Glory Infant Toddler Center(mail)


image062Morning Glory is a private, for profit, educational program and is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Our school opened May 1991 in a converted residential building. We serve children ages 1 to 12 years.
1859 Chapel StreetNew Haven, CT06515Jannett Whitley203-389-4148203-389-8108www.mgelc.org

Mt. Bethel Missionary Baptist Church


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100 Webster StreetNew Haven, CT06511Sister Ella Thomas203-787-3251203-624-6162www.mtbethelmissionarybaptistchurch.com/mission.htm

New Haven Health Department, Maternal and Child Health Division NFN


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54 Meadow StreetNew Haven, CT06519-1719Jennifer Rivera203-946-5754203-584-9434www.cityofnewhaven.com

New Haven Healthy Start, CFGNH


image067New Haven Healthy Start is a program that helps pregnant women and mothers deliver healthy and happy babies. Its primary goal is to reduce the infant mortality and morbidity rate in the City of New Haven.
70 Audubon StreetNew Haven, CT06510Natasha Ray203-777-2386203-776-3872www.cfgnh.org

New Haven Home Recovery, Inc


image069It is the mission of New Haven Home Recovery to promote the independence of women and children confronted with homelessness, HIV/AIDS and behavioral health issues in a supportive environment where their potential can be realized.
153 East StreetNew Haven, CT06511Marisa DiMicco, Jocelyn Antunes203-389-2449 x 10203-389-1857www.nhhr.org

New Haven Public School Early Head Start


image071Head Start is a Federal program for young children from low-income families. The children who attend Head Start schools participate in a variety of educational activities. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting.
495 Blake StreetNew Haven, CT06515-203-946-5300203-946-5312www.nhps.net

Salvation Army


image073The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
450 George StreetNew Haven, CT06511Major Dean Satterlee, Roberta Barrett203-624-9891203-777-2307www.salvationarmyusa.org

Second Star of Jacob


Christian Spanish Church
201 Chapel StreetNew Haven, CT06513Migna Feliciano, Nyvia Cortes203-776-9603-http://netministries.org

Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church


image075Is to transform the lives of all who are willing to accept Jesus Christ as their Savior. To teach them and empower them with the tools necessary to live in this world, with Heaven as their goal.
100 Lawrence StreetNew Haven, CT06511Melissa Burton, Sharon Morgan203-776-8262203-785-1409www.smbcnh.org

Southside Family Center NFN


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15 Newfield AvenueHartford, CT06106Theresa Cirillo-Vernaglia860-953-0113 main860-953-0114

St Luke's


image079St. Luke’s has dedicated its time, talent and treasure to glorifying God’s greatness by seeking to improve the lives of people in the Greater New Haven community and beyond through Fellowship, Prayers and Outreach.
111 Whalley AvenueNew Haven, CT06511Amy Wormley(203) 865-0141-www.stlukeschurchnewhaven.org

St. Francis Hospital


image081Saint Francis Care is committed to improving and enriching the lives of individuals and families in our region. Compassionate care, superior technology and prevention-oriented education will combine in centers of clinical excellence. Dedication to our founding core values will create a spiritual and healing environment.
675 Tower AvenueHartford, CT06112Merry Bajana, Joan Dauber860-714-9789860-714-7791www.stfranciscare.org

VNA Healthcare Inc. Nurturing Families, Hartford Hospital


image083VNA HealthCare's quality in-home health care and visiting nurses have been trusted by Connecticut families and physicians for more than 100 years. Our staff provides everything needed for a healthy and independent lifestyle - right at home.
999 Asylum Ave.Hartford, CT06105Glorivee Cruz, Migdalia Belliveau860-249-4862860-493-7109www.vnahealthcare.org

West Haven Communitiy House Head Start


image085The Community House’s Head Start program serves 144 pre-school aged children and their families by providing a strong foundation in meeting life’s challenges.
227 Elm StreetWest Haven, CT06516Megan Lostracco203-934-5221203-937-9052www.whcommunityhouse.org

Wexler FRC

55 Foote StreetNew Haven, CT06511Elisha Brown203-503-5621203-946-2363www.familyresourcewgs.weebly.com

Wheeler Clinic Adult Risk Reduction


Wheeler Clinic, founded in 1968, is an independent, not-for-profit, community-based organization that provides a comprehensive continuum of mental health and substance abuse recovery services, primary care, special education, child welfare, early childhood, community justice, foster care, employee assistance, and prevention and wellness programs.
75 North Mountain Rd.New Britain, CT06053Marta Korba860-224-6300860-224-6349www.wheelerclinic.org

Wilbur Cross Student Parenting, Elizabeth Celotto Child Care Center

181 Mitchell DriveNew Haven, CT06511Robin Moore-Evans203-497-7455203-946-2938-

Youth Continuum, Inc.


image087Youth Continuum helps our most vulnerable youth and their families. We protect and promote their well-being through emergency, residential, and community services. We are a multi-service agency with programs across southern Connecticut serving homeless and at-risk youth and young adults.
924 Grand AvenueNew Haven, CT06511Diane Ecton203-777-8445203-495-1853www.youthcontinuum.org
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