Finding help for yourself or an individual in our community can be difficult and time consuming. Although there is often help available for most situations, finding the right community resource to fit that situation can be difficult.
nbCC Resource Guide
This guide outlines local resources including food access sites, disability services, family services, housing, transportation, substance use support, youth services, and many more.
These agencies and programs have a common goal of helping people in our community and can be accessed directly. We update the guide every two years.
For questions or to suggest additions or edits to future editions please contact us by calling (413) 663-7588.
Weekly E-Zine & Monthly Newsletter
Our weekly E-zine contains public health announcements, events and other information useful to our local helping agencies and the general community.
The nbCC e-zine is published every Thursday morning. Submissions should be emailed to email@example.com and must be received by 9:00 am Tuesday morning to be considered for inclusion in that week’s issue. All submissions are subject to editing and should be 50 words or less. All events related to Northern Berkshire community public health will be considered for publication.
Our monthly newsletter, published since 1986, works to bring information about Coalition programming and local resources through an online as well as a print version.
Family Conversation Cards
nbCC is proud to offer Family Conversation Cards, a deck of cards meant to encourage and promote discussion and healthy decision-making between youth and parents.
Studies demonstrate that young people who can openly communicate with their parents on a regular basis—and feel like they are being heard—are less likely to engage in a wide range of risky behaviors, and that these benefits extend after high school.
While talking openly with your children can be difficult, research shows that as children enter early adolescence, they are less likely to disclose aspects about their life to their parents, so creating ways to have healthy communication is especially important.
All questions can be asked by a parent or child. Questions are color-coded green, yellow or red.
The purpose of the cards is not to identify right and wrong answers but to spark conversation.
If you’re interested in receiving a deck of cards, give us a call at 413-663-7588 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.