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75 Years of Changing Lives – Donate today! Support HSC, we care for our community.
Every one of us wants to be healthy and safe, have someone who cares about us, and to have a home. We all want this for our friends and loved ones as well.
The Human Services Council (HSC) does just this through it’s five programs:
- Children’s Connection,
- Dr. Robert E. Appleby School Based Health Centers,
- Norwalk Mentor Program, the Supportive Housing Program
- Substance Abuse Prevention Program.
HSC empowers all of our program participants, gives them the ability to thrive and to reach their full potential.HSC has ambitious goals to serve the community. We are determined to protect more children from abuse, ensure more children are healthy enough to learn, provide more caring mentors, and provide more housing to those who cannot afford it. All of these things require financial resources. You can donate any amount by calling us, visiting our website or sending your donation through the mail.
It should make you smile to know that you are part of the solution and that you have made such a difference in so many peoples lives.
Thank you for allowing me to serve the community through HSC. We can’t change the lives of others without you!
You may make a donation online (orange button above), via phone at 203-849-1111, or by mail to: HSC, 1 Park Street, 2nd Floor, Norwalk, CT 06851. The Human Services Council is a 501 (c) 3 not-for-profit organization, and all donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.I thank you for your generosity and support.
Your generous donation will help us provide:
- A healthy snack for a student
- A backpack and school supplies for a child in need
- Information for parents & caregivers that will empower families impacted by child abuse
- A medical visit for a student enrolled in the School Based Health Centers
- A community event to raise awareness about substance abuse
- A child-friendly forensic interview that helps a victim of abuse start the healing process
- A one-year mentor/mentee match which provides adult support to a child in need
- Training for police officers to improve skills in handling child abuse cases
- The Norwalk Mentor Program’s annual welcome-back breakfast (in 19 schools)
- Rent for one year for someone who would otherwise be homeless