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to get the job done right!

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Mandated Reporter Training

Will you make the call
that ends abuse or
saves a child's life?

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Our Mission

Our Mission

To facilitate and promote the building of resilient children, healthy families, and strong neighborhoods & communities through collaboration, programming, and resource development.

Our Values

Integrity: We do the right thing, not the easy thing. We steadfastly adhere to high principles and professional standards. We exhibit integrity by always acting ethically and honorably.

Compassion: We put people first. We are compassionate, respectful and civil in all we say and do.

Teamwork: We achieve more by working together. We are a winning team of talented people, deriving expertise from all levels of the organization.

Creativity: We foster creativity in the workplace. We have the freedom to imagine and the courage to act.

Collaboration: We use our experience and expertise to build collaborative partnerships that address diverse community needs and reduce duplication.

Excellence: We strive for excellence and quality in all our programs, services and interactions with the people and communities we serve.

 

Our Focus

Our Focus

 Substance Abuse & Violence Prevention

 

Community & Neighborhood Development

 

Early Childhood & Family Development

 

Affordable Housing  & Homeless Prevention

Upcoming Events

Oct
27

Lead and Learn

This month we will host a panel discussion on the increased use of heroin and its impact on Springfield.
Oct
30

Stop the Violence Conference

The Stop the Violence Conference is a community call to action to stop intimate partner violence. Attendees will have a choice of various breakout sessions regarding intimate partner violence including breakouts on human trafficking, sexual assault, and stalking.
Nov
01

Cornucopia of Learning Opportunities

This conference awards 4 clock hours of training for those interested in early childhood development.  Topics include Science and Sensory, the ABC's of Storytelling, and FLIP-IT Transforming Challenging Behavior.  A keynote will be presented by Cathy Dalton of Hollister Public Schools.

Latest News

Recent Photo Galleries

2014 Veterans Stand Down
2014 Neighborhood Night Out
2014 Day of Caring
2014 National Night Out
Big Rig Night 2014
2014 Community Partnership Open
NOVA’s Banquet 2013
Hope Connection 2013
Bass Pro Fitness Festival 5k 2013
National Night Out 2013