SAVE THE DATE! March 1, 2018 is Fairfield County’s Community Foundation Giving Day. We hope you will consider making a contribution to Newtown Parent Connection on March 1st through this community program’s campaign.
Welcome to Newtown Parent Connection
Dealing with substance use or abuse? We can help.If you need help with a loved one's substance use or abuse and don't know where to go... CALL US. We have been embracing and empowering families in our community - reaching out to promote healing and wellness - for over 20 years. We know how critically important prevention, early intervention and ongoing support for your child, loved ones, and their families can be. At Newtown Parent Connection we work with individuals and families to build resiliency and strengthen the connection amongst family members and loved ones.
Don't be alone - come to our Hope & Support meeting. Call 203-994-5394. Email Dorrie@newtownparentconnection.org for more information.
Save the date! Saturday, March 24th
Parent Empowerment University
Newtown Middle School
Featuring Marc Brackett, Ph.D Director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence
NOT JUST FOR PARENTS!
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
Join us! Saturday, April 7, 2018
6:30PM – 11:30PM
Dinner, drinks, dancing, and a silent auction as we honor Pat Llodra, Glenn Nanavaty, and Gene Vetrano for their continued generosity and support of the Newtown Parent Connection, Inc.
Glamour Attire/Black Tie Optional
Our Support Groups
The Newtown Parent Connection, Inc. can offer help and guidance to those struggling with issues of substance abuse. For information or referrals, please call (203) 270-1600. Calls are strictly confidential. You will be directed to other agencies and services available, as appropriate.
NPC offers the following weekly support groups:
Bereavement Support Group
A compassionate venue for those who have lost a child or loved one due to substance abuse or catastrophic circumstances.
Our support groups are open, free and all are welcome.
Donations are always appreciated.