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Family Resource Center

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The Family Resource Center provides a wide variety of services designed to support the healthy development of families. If you have questions regarding the resources below, please contact the Family Resource Site Coordinator at 860-823-4205 x 2531.

Additional Resources for Families:

Emergency Food Sites in New London County

Click the link above to view the Gemma E. Moran/ United Way mobile pantry calendar.


Infant Toddler Programs
  • PAT – Parents-As-Teachers Servicing 20 Families with weekly home visits & support
  • Weekly Playgroups for Parents & Family Child Care Provider
  • Weekly ELL Playgroups
  • Ages & Stages Developmental Screenings
  • Prenatal Visits & Support

Early Childhood Programs
  • Full Day Preschool/Child Care
  • Half Day Preschool
  • School Readiness Early Childhood Education
Support & Training for Family Child Care Providers
  • Provider Training
  • Kith n Kin Providers
  • Monthly Provider Alliance Meetings

Resource and Referral
  • Care 4 Kids Assistance
  • Social Services Information
  • Child Care Provider Information
  • Community Happenings and Activity Information
  • Professional Workshops
  • Family Workshops

Adult Education Referrals To
  • ESL (English as a Second Language) classes
  • GED classes
  • Computer
  • Parenting
First page of the PDF file: NPSFamilyResourceGuide11722

This packet contains 30 pages of local resources for families- including food assistance programs, domestic violence, utility assistance, health care, mental health, counseling, transportation, employment services, parenting classes and many more. NPS updates this packet regularly as more resources become available.

First page of the PDF file: Helping_Our_Children_Supporting_Their_Mental_Health

This packet is designed to help families in crisis. This provides practical advice for parents of children who are depressed, anxious, suicidal and engaging in self-harm. This information highlights alternatives to the Emergency Department, how to locate counselors for your child, developing family plans, using school resources, etc.


Cynthia Beauregard

Family Resource Center Specialist