Upcoming programming from the YMCA.
4 months ago, Emily Schiavoni
Building Your Village Flyer
Indoor Soccer Flyer
Message in a Bottle Swim Date
Veteran Services of Northern Berkshire is holding a Veteran Pantry Food Drive from 2/1-2/28. Items Requested: Assorted cold cereals, vegetable oil, can gravies, coffee, tea, Taco kits, Knorr Sides, mac & cheese, jams, salad dressing, breakfast bars, Pop tarts, ketchup, mustard, boxed soups, Raman noodles, nuts, alfredo sauces, pickles, beets, bread crumbs, canned meats, cases of water, salsas, perishable dips, Jello, puddings, or assorted Juices,/V-8. Please NO pasta or pasta sauces. All donations can be dropped off at the Veteran Office, North Adams City Hall. Please contact Tina Samson at 662-3040 or tina.samson@northadams-ma.gov if you have any questions.
4 months ago, Emily Schiavoni
Veterans Pantry Food Drive
Please click the link below for food pantries and meal sites in Berkshire County. https://5il.co/14qrr
4 months ago, Emily Schiavoni
Youth Mental Health First Aid Training is being offered (free) this spring through CES. Youth Mental Health First Aid is designed to teach parents, family members, caregivers, teachers, school staff, peers, neighbors, health and human services workers, and other caring citizens how to help an adolescent (age 12-18) who is experiencing a mental health or addictions challenge or is in crisis. Due to the pandemic we are using a blended learning program. Participants will complete 2 hours of self-paced work in advance of the YMHFA class. The individual work will be followed up by a 4.5 hour group class that will be held online. Space is limited. Please pre-register. For more information please contact Erin Sullivan: 413.586.4900 x5981; esullivan@collaborative.org February 7, 2022; 9:30am - 3:00pm (Register by 1/31) February 23, 2022; 9:30am - 3:00pm (Register by 2/16) March 15, 2022; 9:30am - 3:00pm (Register by 3/8) April 4, 2022; 9:30am - 3:00pm (Register by 3/28) April 26, 2022; 9:30am - 3:00pm (Register by 4/19)
4 months ago, Emily Schiavoni
Upcoming programming from 4H.
4 months ago, Emily Schiavoni
4H: Kim Concra
The LIHEAP Fuel Assistance program guidelines have expanded. Receiving fuel assistance can also connect folks to other supportive services (heating, utility supports) through BCAC. VITA Free Tax Services are available 1/31/22-4/15/22. In consideration of public health concerns they are offering Virtual VITA appointments and drop off services. For more information folks can call the BCAC VITA LIne at. (413) 418-3685. North county folks can call the BCAC office at (413) 663-3104. The LIHEAP Fuel Assistance program guidelines have expanded. Receiving fuel assistance can also connect folks to other supportive services (heating, utility supports) through BCAC.
4 months ago, Emily Schiavoni
BCAC LIHEAP 2022
Free Tax Prep 1
Free Tax Prep 2
The Berkshire Workforce Board is again partnering this year with Kristin Asadourian, Personal Development Coach and operator of Living BECOME, providing needed Social Emotional training, guidance, resources and support to our Berkshire community. Please click the link to learn more about Kristin and her vital services via Living BECOME: https://www.livingbecome.com/ Our initial, FREE offering to the Berkshire community this year is a Family Informational Session led by Kristin that is geared to help parents and guardians learn strategies to best support the social and emotional needs of their children during this very challenging time. This lunch-and-learn session will take place on Thursday, February 17, 2022 at 12:00 PM via Zoom. More information can be found within the attached flyer. Please register in advance via this link: https://bit.ly/BerkshiresFamily
4 months ago, Emily Schiavoni
Family Info Session
NORTH ADAMS MOBILE FOODBANK Friday, January 21st 10-11 am Brien Center Parking Lot American Legion Drive All are welcome! Free grocery and produce items provided by the Food Bank of Western MA Next distribution: February 4th
4 months ago, Emily Schiavoni
Mobile Food Bank
Crayola’s Creativity Week Starts Jan. 24! This month, Crayola will celebrate its inaugural Creativity Week from Jan. 24-30 with resources and activities for families, educators and schools around the world. Learn more about this program and how you can participate here: https://creativity-week.squarespace.com/home?utm_source=ECS+Subscribers&utm_campaign=2406d077c7-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2022_01_07_02_03&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_1a2b00b930-2406d077c7-192111187
4 months ago, Emily Schiavoni
Helping Your Child Save a Life A virtual parent training Thursday, January 13th, 2022 at 7:00 pm Open to all families for students in grades 6-12 www.napsk12.org/January13ParentTraining The North Adams Public Schools School Adjustment Counselors will lead a virtual training for parents on: Youth suicide prevention basics ACT (Acknowledge, Care, Tell) What to do when your child ACTs Building coping skills Resources A partnership with: the Massachusetts Attorney General's Office, Sandy Hook Promise Foundation, and MindWise Innovations
4 months ago, Emily Schiavoni
Helping Your Child Save A Life
Upcoming Vaccine Clinics: For more information about these or additional options, visit www.getvaccinatedberkshires.org. Williamstown, 1/14/22, 8-10 am (hours may expand based on demand) Offering Pfizer and Moderna boosters, as well as first and second doses for adults. PLEASE NOTE: pediatric doses will not be available at this clinic. Where: Williams College Field House, 82 Latham Street,Williamstown, MA 01276 Registration required: https://home.color.com/vaccine/register/berkshire North Adams, 1/15/22 from 9:00am-2:00pm Booster Clinic ONLY (Pfizer & Moderna) Where:St. Elizabeth of Hungary Parish,70 Marshall Street, North Adams, MA 01247 PLEASE NOTE: Pediatric doses, first doses, and second doses will NOT be offered at this clinic Registration required: https://home.color.com/vaccine/register/berkshire
4 months ago, Superintendent's Office
COVID-19 Update
Heroes Wear Scrubs:
4 months ago, Superintendent's Office
Heroes wear scrubs
UMASS 4-H Community Service Program
4 months ago, Superintendent's Office
UMASS 4-H community service
The North Adams Mobile Food Bank is cancelled for today, Friday, 1/7/2022. Thank you.
4 months ago, Superintendent's Office
The Berkshire Workforce Board is again partnering this year with Kristin Asadourian, Personal Development Coach and operator of Living BECOME, providing needed Social Emotional training, guidance, resources and support to our Berkshire community. Please click here to learn more about Kristin and her vital services via Living BECOME: https://www.livingbecome.com/ Our initial, FREE offering to the Berkshire community this year is a Family Informational Session led by Kristin that is geared to help parents and guardians learn strategies to best support the social and emotional needs of their children during this very challenging time. This lunch-and-learn session will take place on Thursday, February 17, 2022 at 12:00 PM via Zoom. More information can be found within the attached flyer. Please register in advance via this link: https://bit.ly/BerkshiresFamily
4 months ago, Emily Schiavoni
Family Info Session
Alternative Behavior Workshop: Redirection For high school students and their families When: 2nd Saturday of the Month 9 a.m. to noon Where: nbCC Conference Rm. 61 Main Street, North Adams To Register, contact: Stephanie Puc (413) 663-7588 ext. 11 spuc@nbccoalition.org Childcare & transportation available on request.
4 months ago, Emily Schiavoni
Alternative Behavior Workshop: Redirection
January 19th UMASS, 4-H Event:
4 months ago, Superintendent's Office
January 19th UMASS 4-H event
Click here to view the Food Pantries and Meal Sites Master list as of 1/3/2022: https://5il.co/13qzz
4 months ago, Superintendent's Office
Friday, 1/7/2022 Mobile Food Bank
4 months ago, Superintendent's Office
1/7/2022 Mobile Food Bank
Resilience Roadshow: Building a Trauma Informed Community FREE virtual training being offered on Tuesday Jan. 25, 2022 from 1:00-2:30 pm by the Trauma-Informed Hampshire County Network. Resilience Roadshow is a 90-minute training designed to support civic and faith-based organizations, libraries, schools (especially non-teaching staff), businesses, municipal boards and departments, health and human service agencies, and other community organizations in better understanding the impact of trauma and how they can address it. Please see the attached flyer for additional information. Register in advance: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfQgJxEvdGSPTd2Sw73X4B7YC2hMYiLwlU2Rw06BH4vIgSXOQ/viewform
4 months ago, Emily Schiavoni
Resilience Roadshow