MANCHESTER COMMUNITY SERVICES COUNCIL
PO BOX 4032
MANCHESTER, CT 06042-4032
The Manchester Community Services Council (MCSC) is comprised of dynamic and dedicated individuals and agencies who are committed to improvmg the quality of life for Manchester's most vulnerable residents. MCSC members meet on a monthly basis to identify and discuss emerging and existing social service needs in Manchester, listen to presentations by knowledgeable speakers, and network with other like-minded individuals and professionals. MCSC was founded in 1972 and continues to meet monthly (usually on the 4th Thursday of each month) from 12-1:30pm at rotating locations throughout Manchester. See our upcoming meeting schedule below:
January 26, 2017 - Representatives from ECHN will update us about the impact new ownership will have on Manchester Memorial Hospital and medical services in Manchester. This meeting will take place at DeQuattro Cancer Center, 71 Haynes Street.
February 23, 2017 - Service providers who are working with Syrian and Middle Eastern families that have resettled in Manchester will discuss the resettlement process and some of the efforts that are being made to ensure a smooth transition for refugee families. Emanuel Lutheran Church (64 Church Street) will host this meeting.
March 23, 2017 - Diana Lombardi from TransAdvocacy CT will discuss various notions of gender identity. She will also share her experiences as a male-to-female transgender person. The meeting will be held at the Unitarian Universalist Society East, 153 Vernon Street WEST.
April 27, 2017 - Members of the Manchester Police Department will discuss the HOPE Initiative, an innovative collaborative model to address opioid addiction. The meeting will take place at the new community center at Squire Village, 48 Spencer Street.
Membership is $25.00 for individuals and $40.00 for agencies. Click on the link below to obtain a membership form.
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