FY19-20 Annual Report

Thank you

Village South
Village South, 331 Wethersfield Avenue in Hartford.



To build a community of strong, healthy families who protect and nurture children.

Dear friends,

In The Village’s 200-year history, we have endured two world wars and the Great Depression but we never experienced a year like 2020. COVID-19 has increased stress, trauma and uncertainty for everyone — children and families we serve, along with our staff, supporters and volunteers. At the same time, our nation’s ongoing dialogue about racial inequality — which impacts our clients and mission — has greatly intensified. The Village stands at the intersection, uniquely positioned to provide healing and hope for those who need it most.

Winston Churchill once said, “Never waste a crisis.” We agree. In order to ensure that our services continued uninterrupted, we had to discover new ways to meet our mission. In the spring of 2020 we launched a telehealth program to maintain critical mental health services, distributed supplies to Hartford students, began construction on a massive new adult services treatment wing at Village South, and dramatically expanded internal communications to keep employees connected.

As the year continued, we became nationally recognized as a new Medicaid provider type — designed to offer a holistic approach of mental health and substance abuse services to vulnerable populations, including veterans. We expanded our partnership with the Interval House to combat domestic violence — a scourge made worse by the COVID-19 pandemic — and partnered with Travelers and Capital Workforce Partners to create an innovative summer program for students in Hartford. We assisted families facing fiscal emergencies through our new Basic Needs fund, established with the support of our friends at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving.

At the same time, we committed to playing an even larger role in the fight for racial equity. We organized both internal and external virtual “community conversations” — engaging hundreds of employees and thousands of members of the public. We will continue our work to encourage people to turn empathy into action.

We are keenly aware of the challenges that lie ahead but we’ve never been more optimistic about our capacity to adapt and thrive, thanks to our employees, volunteers and donors. President John Kennedy once said, “As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.”

So, thank you. You’re helping to fulfill our mission — one that families and children depend on.

Generous Support

Generous Support

The Village, like so many non-profits, faced great uncertainty when the pandemic arrived. Costs increased and revenues declined, yet the need for critical services persisted. We were able to maintain our level of care thanks to the generosity and support of our funders, including many corporate and family foundations that increased their financial commitments in FY19-20. This includes the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving (COVID-19 Response, John B. Larson Healthcare Worker Nourishment, Stanley D. and Hinda N. Fisher and MacLean Family funds), United Way Neighbor Fund, Cigna, Werth Family Foundation, Travelers, and the Anthem Foundation. All told, these funders were responsible for nearly $400,000 in new grants in FY19-20.

Pictured (l-r): Faundala Weymon, Village Registered Nurse and Alicia Aponte, Village Lead Nurse.

Generous Support

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Goes Virtual

Widespread closures related to the COVID-19 pandemic forced our Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program to pivot from in-person filing to a virtual filing platform — helping hard-working families build financial stability by obtaining the tax refunds and credits they have earned. Thanks to the quick planning and commitment from our partners and IRS-trained volunteers, more residents of central and northeastern Connecticut took advantage of the program this year. The VITA program, managed by The Village for Families and Children, United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut, Connecticut Association for Human Services and Human Resources Agency of New Britain, supported 13,192 tax filers this year, a 7.68 percent increase over last year; 7,249 were helped by Village volunteers alone. Tax filers received a total of $34.7 million in refunds and credits, an 11.5 percent increase compared with $31.1 million in 2019.

Pictured: Christine Gaumond, Village Family Financial Stability Coordinator.

Foursomes for Fatherhood golf tournament

A Commitment Kept

The pandemic forced the postponement of the 10th Annual Foursomes for Fatherhood golf tournament from June 2020 to June 2021 but that didn’t stop the Golf Committee, led by Brian Reilly of Travelers, from looking for creative ways to support The Village’s fatherhood programs. Each member of the committee reached out to their contacts and business partners and were able to secure thousands of dollars — all of which went directly to The Village. The Village’s Fatherhood Engagement Services supports fathers who are committed to becoming good dads. Coaching, counseling and guidance make a real difference and can change the lives of children and dads forever. The support is designed to help fathers raise children who are resilient, healthy, and able to achieve to their fullest ability. We’re grateful that so many golfers and sponsors kept their commitment to this important mission.

Pictured (l-r): Al Smith, Village Fatherhood Specialist; Patterson Crocker, Jr., Village Fatherhood Engagement Supervisor; Ronald Martin, Village Fatherhood Specialist; Cornell “Lovey” Brown, Village client; Devante Brown; Brian Reilly, Travelers Chief Auditor and Sr. Vice President.

Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC)

A Partnership of Care

We are excited to be newly designated as a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The CCBHC model was created to ensure access to a broad range of specialty mental health services and improve integration with physical health care for underserved individuals and communities. As part of this designation, The Village will receive a federal grant of more than $3.6 million over two years to provide comprehensive care, either directly or through collaborations with our two partner organizations, Capitol Region Mental Health Center and Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. Services will include crisis mental health services, outpatient mental health and substance use services, primary care screening and monitoring, psychiatric rehabilitation services, and specialty care for older adults, active duty military and veterans, and adolescents who are using substances. These groups frequently have difficulty finding services that specifically target their unique needs.

Pictured (l-r): Dr. Steven Moore, Village Vice President of New Business Development and Howard Sovronsky, Connecticut Children’s Chief Behavioral Health Officer.

Stronger Families, Stronger Futures

Stronger Families, Stronger Futures

Thanks to funding from the state’s Office of Early Childhood, we completed our first full year of our Stronger Families, Stronger Futures (SF2) program in FY19-20. The innovative, holistic home-visiting and virtual program helps parents and caregivers of children prenatal to age five strengthen their bonds with their children and increase parenting skills. Through this program, our staff worked with 2,336 families, connecting them with a variety of supports including adult education, financial coaching, and school readiness assistance.

Pictured (l-r): Dr. Sandy Kyriakopoulos, Village Associate Vice President, Clinical and Community Integration; Tiffany Basile, Catholic Charities Senior Director; Willona Amoaoh, Hartford Hospital Program Supervisor for Connections; Thais Ortolaza, Village Community Quality and Network Coordinator; Lisa Mojica, Saint Francis Hospital and Trinity Health of New England Program Supervisor for Connections; Dr. Toral Sanghavi, Village Associate Vice President, Management and Analytics.

Village South Expansion

Turning Lives Around With New Expansion

In just six months, a massive 8,500-square-foot warehouse at our Village South building, a former trolley repair facility, was transformed into an adult behavioral health services wing that will serve thousands of Greater Hartford residents. In early March, Governor Ned Lamont kicked off the construction project, to which the State of Connecticut invested $1 million, with the remaining $300,000 funded by The Village. Thanks to this funding and the incredible work of PAC Group, the wing has been converted into 21 individual therapy rooms, three group rooms, and additional restrooms. A separate entrance to the adult services space has been added and approximately 1,700 square feet of existing space will now be available for an expansion of services to children and families.

Pictured (l-r): Paul Campanelli, PAC Group Vice President; Galo Rodriguez, Village President and CEO; David Fritz, PAC Group Project Manager; Hector Glynn, Village Chief Operating Officer; Amanda Hemmelgarn, Village Associate Vice President of Outpatient Services; Dr. Steven Moore, Village Vice President of New Business Development; Jeanmarie H. Cooper, Village Board member; Andrew G. Baldassarre, Village Board Chair; Richard (Jerry) Bundy, Village Board member.


A Quick Pivot to Telehealth

Just as quickly as the COVID-19 pandemic swept through the state, The Village established brand new telehealth services. In a matter of days, clinicians and staff transitioned from in-person sessions to providing high-quality treatment via phone and computer, reducing the number of people in our care centers, safeguarding our providers and the children, adults and families that continued to need in-person treatment. We are grateful for our dedicated staff, who learned the new HIPAA-compliant telehealth program promptly, and have been able to provide children, adults and families with individual and group counseling, family and parenting support, treatment for addiction and recovery, financial and career coaching and more without skipping a beat.

Pictured: Mario Diego Perleche, Village Adult Services Clinician.

Committed to Justice and Equity

Committed to Justice and Equity

Our work at The Village often requires us to confront the impacts of racial inequality in our society. Fighting for change — in individuals, families and society — is The Village’s mission and is what inspires us to come to work every day. In response to the national dialogue about racial injustice, we held a series of virtual staff meetings, hosted a Facebook Live series on racial trauma, published an op-ed piece detailing our vision, and we were chosen as one of 35 teams across the country to participate in the 2020 National Child Traumatic Stress Network’s (NCTSN) Virtual Summit Initiative — Being Anti-Racist is Central to Trauma-Informed Care: From Awareness to Action. This initiative supports participating organizations to engage in deep assessment, challenging conversations, critical questioning of white dominant culture in our institutions, action planning and accountability. We are unwavering in our commitment to justice, equity and providing support now and always.

Pictured Village staff (l-r): Yvette Young, Village Associate Vice President for Programs and Advocacy; Sarah Thompson, Village Senior Director of Marketing and Communications; Yanique Grant, Village Adult Services Clinician; Laura O’Keefe, Village Financial Center Director; Catherine Corto-Mergins, Village Director of Training and Collaborative Trauma Center; Hector Glynn, Village Chief Operating Officer.

Helping Students Succeed

The COVID-19 pandemic exposed stark inequalities in education and shifted students to distance learning. To ensure all students The Village serves have what they need to succeed, we redeployed our school-based staff to support food and technology distribution and distance learning for students at five Hartford schools. We are grateful to our funding partners and staff, who helped The Village distribute 7,000 laptops, hundreds of meals, and educational packets to students and their families. By reassigning our staff, we were able to maximize health, safety and community impact, ensuring the students we serve have access to the same high-quality resources as students living in more financially stable environments.

Committed to Justice and Equity

Pictured: Sol Rivera, Village Family Support Specialist II for the Village Reunification and Therapeutic Family Time program, provides a Chromebook to a Village client to help support distance learning.

Village Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF) program staff

On the Front Lines

Each day, our residential programs provide around-the-clock treatment, support, education and care for children living at The Village. When the pandemic hit, our selfless staff stepped up and risked their health on a daily basis to continue providing these critical services — we are incredibly grateful for these true heroes. Thanks to the support of Village donors, our essential workers were able to more easily navigate the challenges and difficult circumstances due to COVID-19 and focus on providing the safety and care the children desperately need.

Pictured: Village Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF) program staff.

Early Childhood Learning Center

Continued Care During COVID

Despite the sudden onset of the pandemic, preschoolaged children who are enrolled at The Village’s Early Childhood Learning Center were provided with help with at-home educational opportunities thanks to the commitment of our staff and dedication of their families to remain connected and learning. In no time at all, we introduced virtual home visits to continue connecting with children and families, including developmental screenings, interventions, “snack and story” time, videotaped songs, parenting groups, and preschool activities. Staff also went to every child’s home and delivered literacy kits containing hands-on learning materials as well as supplemental food and hygiene products if needed.

Pictured: Shanta Samuels, Village Family Support Specialist I for the Village Reunification and Therapeutic Family Time, program delivers baby supplies to a Village client.

Gym Renovation

A New Gym for Village Children

Thanks to the generosity of philanthropists Jeffrey and Nancy Hoffman and the creativity of ESPN volunteers, a newly renovated gymnasium is now available for children receiving services at The Village. The gym provides a safe, inspirational space for the children to exercise, and is a critical piece of their healing process. The refreshed space at The Village’s main campus at 1680 Albany Avenue in Hartford, includes a new basketball hoop system and pads, new vinyl flooring, new lighting and upgraded electrical, a new door, a fresh coat of paint and motivational murals.

Pictured (l-r): The University of Hartford Spirit team; Galo Rodriguez, Village President and CEO; Yvette Young, Village Associate Vice President for Programs and Advocacy; Nancy and Jeffrey Hoffman, Village donors; Don Brooks, ESPN Manager, Corporate Citizenship; State Representative Joshua Hall; Zack Malet, Disney & ESPN Media Distribution Associate Director; Emmanuel Omokaro, ESPN Corporate Citizenship Coordinator.

Interval House Staff

Partnering to Help Victims of Domestic Violence

The pandemic has made the scourge of domestic violence even worse. We are grateful for our newly expanded partnership with Interval House — funded in part through the state’s Office of Victim Services — which is helping adolescents impacted by domestic violence. Previously, The Village and Interval House had established a similar program for children under six years of age. Our rapid response team is visiting victims in shelters or wherever they’re staying, connecting them with services, coordinating care and giving them the support they need to live safe lives away from violence. During FY19-20, The Village served 423 young victims.

Pictured (l-r): Heather Flannery, Interval House Assistant Director; Mercedes Johnson, Interval House Domestic Violence Hotline Supervisor; Maria Mojica, Interval House Safe House Manager; Karen Gaston, Interval House Family Violence Victim Advocate Site Supervisor and Docket Advocate.

Early Childhood Learning Center Graduate

From Prevention to Treatment: Building Brighter Futures

A decade ago, we began to change our approach to dealing with trauma. We made a deliberate decision to increase our focus on prevention, as opposed to treatment alone for existing trauma. We are grateful to our funding partners who shared this vision — then and now. Today, nearly 25 percent of our annual budget is devoted to preventative services for parents, families and children — more than double what it was ten years ago. The concept is simple: giving parents and children the tools to succeed, such as financial literacy, parenting education and high-quality preschool, helps to avoid trauma and improves outcomes. Trauma in childhood affects brain development and often has lifelong impacts on physical and mental health, and other serious consequences. When we can prevent its occurrence, we are building brighter futures for children and their families.

A preschool graduate from The Village’s Early Childhood Learning Center.


Our impact can be found in the thousands of children, adults and families who have overcome enormous challenges to achieve real and meaningful change for themselves with help from the treatment, services and advocacy of The Village.

Our wraparound approach includes individual and family counseling; group home, residential and outpatient treatment; school-base support programs; and in-home family strengthening. Our goal each day is to do whatever it takes to improve the health, well-being and success of children, adults and families.

19,945 Clients Served
Client's Gender
Client's Ethnicity
Client's Age

(These statistics do not include VITA clients.)

Due to the COVID pandemic, The Village closed on March 17. Within one week, 53% of client engagements were via telehealth. By the end of April, 93% were. During this time, the volume of client engagements increased by 14%. Additionally, we acquired and distributed 15,353 pounds of food to families during the beginning months of the pandemic.

85% of the youth attending our enrichment afterschool programs attended school 90% or more of the time.

98% of the families served by our Words Count program, which uses innovative tools and data to increase parent child bonds and literacy development, demonstrated improved parenting skills.

93% of the youth in our intensive psychiatric services program, which helps children and youth stabilize at home, did not require psychiatric hospitalization while in the program.

96% of the children attending our Extended Day Treatment therapeutic after-school programs did not require hospitalization, intensive treatment or out-of-home placement while in the program.

88% of Community School 6th-8th grade students increased Common Core literacy and/or math skills between marking periods one and three.

87% of students who attended the Truancy Court Prevention Program received no suspensions while in the program.

96% of the children served by our short-term crisis stabilization program went to a home or community setting.

7,249 tax returns were prepared by VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance), returning more than $17 million in refunds and credits.

94% of the children in our foster care programs remained in just one foster home over 12 months.

83% of children receiving services from our outpatient Enhanced Care Clinic demonstrated decreased problem severity.

Client Satisfaction

Client feedback and input is key to our ability to continue to provide quality, effective services. While we’re always looking for ways to improve, we are pleased with the results of this year’s surveys.

I want to thank The Village and everybody that’s involved with it — we appreciate the Fatherhood Engagement Services program and it gives us hope that there are people that care for single parents like myself.”

Cornell "Lovey" Brown with son Devante
Cornell 'Lovey' Brown with son Devante
Program Overall SatisfactionAccess to Services Cultural CompetencyEngaged in Treatment Planning Improved Social Support
Child First 100%100%100%83%100%
Community Support for Families100%99%100%100%NA
Extended Day Treatment 89%95%96%97%97%
Intensive In-Home Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services (IICAPS) 97%10%100%100%97%
Juvenile Review Board (JRB) 92%100%100%80%NA
Enhanced Care Clinic98%99%100%98%100%
Reunification and Therapeutic Family Time 100%98%100%100%100%

Financial Report

The Village manages its resources with sound business practices that will ensure the sustainability of the agency for many years to come. Our funding is a mix of state and federal grants, program fees and contracts, corporate and foundation grants, individual donations and United Way funding. A healthy endowment also helps to ensure resources are available for innovations, new program investments and/or capital improvements.

We are committed to keeping administrative expenses low to maximize resources that directly benefit our clients. The Board and executive leadership take their fiscal responsibilities seriously, ensuring our programs are not only effective but also efficient.

Program Funding

Fiscal Year 2020 ($ in thousands)   % of total
Grants (State Funds)
Grants (Federal Funds)
Program Fees and Contracts
Other Grants and Contributions
United Way
Authorized Endowment Contribution
Total $38,267100.0%
Program Funding Chart


Fiscal Year 2020 ($ in thousands)   % of total
Outpatient Behavioral Health Services
Residential Services and Extended Day Treatment Programs
Community Services
General & Administrative
Total $38,754100.0%
Expenses Chart
Village Auxiliaries

Village Auxiliaries: Inspiring Dedication

In the best of years, what the members of the Auxiliary do for The Village is remarkable. In 2020, their dedication to our mission has been truly inspiring. The four Second Chance Shops — located in Glastonbury, Simsbury, Suffield and West Hartford — run by the all-volunteer Auxiliary members, were on pace for a record-setting year for revenue until the pandemic arrived. Despite the multi-month shutdown, the Auxilians stayed engaged, received a virtual briefing from the head of infectious disease control at UCONN about upholding a safe retail environment, made some site modifications, reopened in the summer, and managed to raise over $200,000 to help support families and children receiving services at The Village.

Pictured (l-r): Auxilians Val Moody, Joanne Kenney, Lee Galluccio, Pat Geckler, Barbara Laurain, Rose Nicole, Marnie Stucky, Elaine Akley and JoAnn Adams at the 2019 Village Girl Within Luncheon.

Leadership Giving (between July 1, 2019 —June 30, 2020)

The Village extends gratitude to all of our partners, donors, volunteers and others who support our work. In this year of disruption and change, it is especially meaningful that so many of our supporters have stood by our side as we responded to the challenges to maintain services — and build new ones! THANK YOU to each of you for enabling us to continue helping children, adults and families as they make real and meaningful change in their lives. Your support means more than can be measured.


  • Advanced Behavioral Health
  • Capital Region Education Council (CREC)
  • City of Hartford
  • Connecticut Department of Children & Families (DCF)
  • Connecticut Health and Educational
  • Facilities Authority (CHEFA)
  • Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE)
  • Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS)
  • Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH)
  • Connecticut Department of Social Services (DSS)
  • Connecticut Judicial Branch – Court Support Services Division (CSSD)
  • Connecticut Judicial Branch – Office of Victim Services (OVS)
  • Connecticut Office of Early Childhood (OEC)
  • Connecticut Office of Policy and Management (OPM)
  • Corporation for National and Community Service
  • Hartford Public Schools
  • Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
  • Town of Ellington
  • Town of Glastonbury
  • Town of Vernon
  • US Department of Health and Human Services
  • University of Connecticut Health Center (UCHC)
The Hartford Giving Tree
Providing toys and gifts for our Holiday Giving Tree toy drive is just one of the many ways The Hartford supports The Village. Pictured: Sarah Morin, Assistant Director, Community Relations, The Hartford and Derek Slap, Vice President, Advancement, The Village.

Virginia Thrall Society



  • Hartford Foundation for Public Giving
  • The Hartford
  • Travelers
  • United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut

Augusta Williams/Gray Lodge Society



  • Fund for Greater Hartford
  • The Glastonbury Auxiliary of The Village
  • The Simsbury Auxiliary of The Village
  • The Suffield Auxiliary of The Village

Alison Gill Lodge Society



  • Child & Health Development Institute (CHDI)
  • Connecticut Health Foundation (CHF)
  • Maximilian E. & Marion O. Hoffman Foundation
  • MacLean Family Fund at the Hartford
  • Foundation for Public Giving
  • The West Hartford Auxiliary of The Village
KPMG Interns ECLC Book Donation
A fantastic group of interns from KPMG recently visited our Early Childhood Learning Center to engage in sensory activities and provide a story time for the preschool students with books that KPMG donated.
Dana Misorski Giving Tree Donations
Dana Misorski and her team truly exemplify the saying “it takes a village!” As a group, they raised over $3,600 to go towards holiday gifts for children and families served by The Village. Pictured: David and Dana Misorski, Village Ambassadors.

President's Society



  • Anonymous
  • Jeanmarie and Colin Cooper
  • Mr. Loren Godfrey
  • Ms. Linda Carlson Hart
  • Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Hoffman
  • Mrs. Rosemary G. Lombardo


  • Asylum Hill Congregational Church
  • Beatrice Fox Auerbach Fund at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving
  • J. Walton Bissell Foundation
  • Ensworth Charitable Foundation
  • Ellis A. Gimbel Trust
  • Fairview Capital Partners, Inc.
  • Stanley D. and Hinda N. Fisher Fund at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving
  • Prudential Financial Inc.
  • SBM Charitable Foundation
  • The Werth Family Foundation
  • Workers' Compensation Trust

Brainard‑Goodwin Society



  • Anonymous
  • Mrs. Ruth E. Clark
  • Mr. Thomas M. Daugherty
  • Mr. John Hurley
  • Mr. Richard M. Kaplan, Esq.
  • Ms. Judith Kissane
  • Mrs. Janice F. and Mr. David Klein
  • Dr. and Mrs. Rocco Orlando, III


  • Anthem Foundation
  • All Waste, Inc.
  • Arbella Insurance Foundation
  • Benevity Community Impact Fund
  • Cigna
  • Connecticut Natural Gas Corporation
  • Eastern Connecticut State University Foundation
  • Emanuel Lutheran Church
  • Exchange Club of Rockville
  • Farmington Bank Community Foundation
  • Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
  • The McLelland Family Foundation
  • North Carolina Community Foundation
  • Salisbury Bank and Trust Company
  • Norma and Natale Sestero Fund at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving
  • Southwest Airlines
  • Town of Glastonbury
  • United Technologies Corporation
  • Webster Bank, N.A.
  • Yankee Gas Services

Hartford Trolley Barn Society



  • Anonymous
  • Ms. Beth A. Costello
  • Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Cowles
  • Mr. and Mrs. Dan R. Eudy
  • Mr. and Mrs. Kevin W. Grenham
  • Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hoffman
  • Ms. Cathy N. Iacovazzi
  • Mr. George and Mrs. Diana Jepsen
  • Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. King
  • Ms. Susan Smith Rubin
  • Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Wetzel


  • Ahearn Family Foundation
  • Aurora Women & Girls Foundation
  • Bank of America Charitable Foundation
  • The Sandra and Arnold Chase Family Foundation
  • ConnectiCare, Inc. & Affiliates
  • The Connecticut Water Co.
  • Ellen Jeanne Goldfarb Memorial Charitable Trust
  • Hartford Hospital at Hartford Healthcare
  • Mr. Barry N. Lastra
  • Liberty Bank Foundation
  • Max Cares Foundation
  • McPhee Foundation
  • People's United Community Foundation
  • Robinson + Cole LLP
  • Saint Francis Hospital
  • Tokio Marine HCC
  • UBS Financial Services, Inc.
  • United Way of Western Connecticut, Inc.
Prudential's Hartford Black Leadership Forum Backpack Drive
The Village received over 200 backpacks from Prudential's Hartford Black Leadership Forum Backpack Drive. Thanks to Prudential's generous staff, the children we serve and their families had a smooth start to the school year.
Dana Misorski Giving Tree Donations
The Hartford Day Pitney LLP team spent their United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut Day of Caring at our RAMBUH Family Center on Asylum Hill, organizing our food pantry and donation room.

Trumbull‑Robinson Society



  • Anonymous
  • Mr. Michael and Ms. Victoria Andreo
  • Mr. and Mrs. David P. Bailey
  • Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bailey
  • Mr. and Mrs. Ross Baker
  • Mr. Andrew G. Baldassarre, C.F.A.
  • Ms. Sara Bass
  • Mrs. Eleanor L. and Mr. Jay Benson
  • Ms. Deborah Bradley
  • Ms. Susan Brayton
  • Mr. Richard Bundy, Jr.
  • Mrs. Sally R. Burgess
  • Mr. and Mrs. Curt Cameron
  • Ms. Wendy Carberg
  • Mr. and Mrs. James P. Carroll
  • Mr. Edward Chanda
  • Mrs. Barbara Coffin
  • Ms. Sue Ann Collins
  • Mr. Thomas A. Cranley
  • Mrs. Lori Ann Cottrell
  • Ms. Judyth Coughlin
  • Mr. and Mrs. Edward Danek, Jr.
  • Mr. Alden E. Davis and Dr. Annette E. Rogers
  • Mr. Daniel and Mrs. Karoline Dechamps
  • Ms. Margaret Douglas, CPA
  • Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Dowling, Jr.
  • Ms. Marilyn D. Every
  • Mr. William D. Field
  • Ms. Vaughan Finn and Mr. Stephen Nightingale
  • Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Frey
  • Mr. and Mrs. David L. Friar
  • Mrs. Susan Freedman
  • Mrs. Dian D. Friedman
  • Mr. Robert Gagnon
  • Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Gavrich
  • Ms. Betsy S. van Gemeren
  • Deacon Bill and Mrs. Eileen Gilles
  • Mr. Stephen E. Goldman
  • Ms. Nancy Hagstrom
  • Ms. Leah Hartman
  • Mr. Mark D. Hodson and Mrs. Elisabeth C. Pruett-Hodson
  • Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hoffman
  • Ms. Kelly Jarvis
  • Ms. Kathleen Kane-Francalangia
  • Mrs. Elizabeth and Mr. William Keister
  • Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Kinney
  • Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klippel
  • Mr. Lewis J. and Mrs. Anna Lassow
  • Mrs. Noraleen E. LeClaire
  • Dr. Thomas Lipscomb
  • Ms. Patricia Shea Lovell and Mr. Peter Lovell
  • Mr. Donald MacGillis
  • Ms. Carol B. Martin
  • Mr. Selim Noujaim
  • Mrs. Sue Palms
  • Mr. Erick Ponkala
  • Mr. Paul and Mrs. Mary Randazzo
  • Mr. and Mrs. Brian P. Reilly
  • Dr. Galo A. Rodriguez and Ms. Moraima Gutierrez
  • Mrs. Erika M. Smith
  • Mr. Robert and Mrs. Judith Sturgis
  • Ms. Mavourneen Vigneault
  • Ms. Lynn Weisel and Mr. John Pray
  • Mrs. Louise M. Wilder
  • Ms. Elizabeth York and Mr. Gary L. Carter
  • Ms. Mary D. Zapp


  • Andreo Family Enterprise
  • Aetna Foundation Matching Gifts Program
  • Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc.
  • Aspen Re
  • Bank of America
  • Bill's Auto Parts, Inc.
  • BlumShapiro & Co., P.C.
  • Budd Family Fund at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving
  • Community Renewal Team, Inc.
  • Connecticut/Westchester Chapter of Corenet Global, Inc.
  • Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority
  • Disability Planning Partners
  • The Vincent Dowling Family Foundation, Inc.
  • Exchange Club of Glastonbury
  • Friar Architecture Inc.
  • General Electric
  • Goodwin Being Fund at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving
  • Hart Realty Advisers, LLC
  • Hartford Federal Credit Union
  • Thomas Hooker Brewing Company, LLC
  • JCJ Architecture
  • KeyBank
  • John B. Larson Healthcare Worker Nourishment Fund at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving
  • MetalFinish LLC
  • Smith Brothers Insurance, LLC
  • The Exchange Club of Madison Project Aims
  • The Lutheran Church of St. Mark
  • The Warrington Foundation
  • Tsunami Tsolutions
  • Unitarian Society of Hartford
  • United Healthcare Americhoice
  • Walt Disney World Co.
2019 Girl Within Luncheon
Thank you to the nearly 600 guests who attended the 2019 Girl Within Luncheon and to our presenting sponsor, The Hartford. We are so grateful to all our sponsors, staff, and volunteers. Because of their generosity, we met our goal to support The Village’s life-changing programs for at-risk girls and young women in the Greater Hartford area.

Pictured (left to right): Asha Nahar; Galo Rodriguez, President and CEO of The Village; Jeanmarie Cooper, Girl Within Luncheon chair and member of The Village’s Board; Dr. Estela López, 2019 Woman of the Year; Phoebe Rotelli, 2019 Young Woman of the Year; Nekita Waller, CT State Troubadour; Beth Costello, CFO of The Hartford (presenting sponsor) and member of The Village’s board; and Rachel Lutzker, Fox 61 reporter and event emcee.

Hillyer‑Jewell Society



  • Anonymous
  • Mr. and Mrs. Ross Baker
  • Mr. Michael Beaty
  • Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Brown
  • Ms. Elizabeth S. Bryden
  • Mrs. Carlene D. Bush
  • Mr. Thomas Butler
  • Ms. Barbara Cooper
  • Mr. and Mrs. Don Corne
  • Mr. Chad Czerwinski
  • Ms. Catherine M. Daly
  • Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey R. Digel
  • Ms. Kim L. DiPietro
  • Dr. Ashley G. Dorin
  • Mr. John A. Eldredge
  • Mrs. Susan Freedman
  • Mr. John Q. Gale, LLC
  • Dr. Eric Geigle
  • Ms. Rona Gollob
  • Ms. Cynthia Gottlieb
  • Mr. Hector Glynn
  • Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Hester, Esq.
  • Mrs. Jean H. Holden
  • Mr. William N. Husic, Jr., FSA
  • Mrs. Pamela J. Joyce
  • Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kohnke
  • Mr. Daniel Lamberty
  • Mrs. Noraleen E. LeClaire
  • Mr. John R. Nealon and Ms. Pamela Lucas
  • Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Marandino
  • Ms. Patricia Martino
  • Mr. and Mrs. David L. Mingolelli
  • Mrs. Sue Palms
  • Ms. Andrea Papazoglou
  • Mr. and Mrs. Brewster Perkins
  • Mrs. Deborah F. Peterson
  • Mr. Simon R. Plummer
  • Reilly Family Fund
  • Ms. Erin M. Ridge
  • Mr. Dante Roccasecca
  • Ms. Lori Rodden
  • Ms. Linda Roderick
  • Mr. and Mrs. Stephen B. Rotelli
  • Mrs. Peter Russell
  • Mr. and Mrs. Russ Schulze
  • Mrs. Sarah G. Stevens
  • Ms. Deborah L. Tedford
  • Ms. Megan Trask
  • Mr. John J. and Mrs. Maryellen Turgeon
  • Mr. Victor Verdina and Martha J. Verdina
  • Mr. Bernhard Klein Wassink
  • Mr. and Mrs. Steven Webersen
  • Mr. and Mrs. John P. Wright


  • Abel Family Fund at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving
  • Barings Real Estate Advisers
  • Barnes Group Foundation
  • Butler Company
  • DeLisa Group
  • Distinctive Gardens & Tree Care LLC
  • Durham-Middlefield Exchange Club
  • Freightliner of Hartford, Inc.
  • Glastonbury Women's Book Club
  • Gowrie Group
  • Granby Lions Club
  • Greater Hartford Sangha
  • Harmony Homecare Services LLC
  • Rotary Club of Rockville
  • TaklePowerOptions
  • Taussig Family Foundation
  • The Barn Yard Enterprises, Inc.
  • Unitarian Universalist Society - East
Limo donation
Thanks to a generous donation by longtime KIDSAFE CT board member Jerry Bundy, children living at The Village will soon be riding in style. Bundy helped facilitate the donation of this limousine, designed just for children. The minibar was replaced with a snack center and there's even a video game console. Pictured: Jerry Bundy, The Village Board member and Galo Rodriguez, President and CEO, The Village.

Cooley‑Williams Society



  • Anonymous
  • Ms. Toni Ann Abbruzese
  • Mr. Mark and Mrs. Sarah Adanti
  • Mrs. McKinley Albert
  • Ronald J. Albert, DMD
  • Mrs. Doris B. Arrington
  • Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O. Barnes
  • John Bermel
  • Ms. Ann Brazel
  • Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Brodeur
  • Mr. Geoffrey Brown
  • Ms. Janet Bucior
  • Mr. Blair Childs
  • Mrs. Francine E. Christiansen
  • Mr. Stephen Clancy
  • Ms. Marcy Cain and Mr. Robert Kagan
  • Ms. Carrie Casciani
  • Mr. Stephen Clancy
  • Mr. and Mrs. James S. Conrad
  • Mr. and Mrs. Anthony A. Cooper
  • Mr. and Mrs. Todd E. Cooper
  • Mrs. Lori Ann Cottrell
  • Mr. Thomas A. Cranley
  • Mrs. Patricia Campanella Daniels
  • Ms. Elizabeth DeRosa
  • Mrs. Susan Dunn
  • Dr. Paul H. Dworkin
  • David Enggas
  • Ms. Carrie L. Firestone
  • Mrs. Katherine Fisher
  • Ms. Karen E. Fitzgerald
  • Ms. Elizabeth Freedman
  • Mrs. Susan Freedman
  • Ms. Stephanie Fulbright
  • Mr. Randall Gabrielson
  • Mr. and Mrs. Brian Gauthier
  • Mr. Anthony Giannone
  • Mr. and Mrs. Steven P. Goldenberg
  • Mr. Arthur and Mrs. Zadelle Krasow Greenblatt
  • Mr. Mark D. Hodson and Mrs. Elisabeth C. Pruett-Hodson
  • Ms. Debra Horn
  • Ms. Marcia Howard
  • Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Izard
  • Ms. Amy Johnston
  • Ms. Donna E. Jolly
  • Mr. and Mrs. Brian T. Kearney
  • Mr. and Mrs. David A. Kohlun
  • Jennifer Krebsbach
  • Ms. Sharon Langer
  • Mr. Lewis Lassow
  • Ms. Diane Lipes
  • Ms. Estela R. López
  • Mr. John R. Nealon and Ms. Pamela Lucas
  • Ms. Maureen Lynch
  • Mr. and Mrs. Marc Madnick
  • Francine McKiernan
  • Ms. Kim K. McClain and Mr. Brian R. Smith
  • Timothy P. McLaughlin, MD
  • Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Meier
  • Ms. Elizabeth Mercier
  • Mr. and Mrs. William T. Miller
  • Mrs. AnnaMarie Monge
  • Mr. Martin G. Morrissey
  • Ms. Patricia Morrissey
  • Mrs. Nancy K. Netcoh
  • Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Neuwirth
  • Ms. Mary S. O'Connor
  • Ms. Jennifer Orzell
  • Ms. Jennifer Paquette
  • Mr. and Mrs. James D. Parry
  • Dr. and Mrs. Michael Passaretti
  • Mrs. Janis L. Potts
  • Mr. and Mrs. Frank N. Pulito
  • Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ritch
  • Mrs. Gilda Roncari
  • Ms. Rise B. Roth
  • Mr. and Mrs. Douglas K. Russell
  • Carlos Salguero, MD
  • Ms. Carolyn Sataline
  • Mr. John Sensenbrenner, Jr.
  • Mrs. Joy Stone
  • Ms. Judy Strong
  • Mr. and Mrs. Jean Pierre Van Rooy
  • David and Nancy Wadhams
  • Mrs. Jean Wilson
  • Barbara and Al Zakarian


  • America's Charities
  • Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc.
  • Andrew Associates, Inc.
  • Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts
  • Connecticut Coalition Against
  • Domestic Violence
  • Dance 10 LLC
  • Dunkin Donuts
  • Walter Dyber Fund at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving
  • East Granby Congregational Church
  • Emanuel Lutheran Church
  • Environmental Group, Inc.
  • Exchange Club Centers/Prevention Child Abuse
  • General Electric
  • Hartford County Bar Foundation
  • Hartford Federal Credit Union
  • Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation
  • Integrated Physical Therapy & Counseling
  • Kaz Equipment LLC
  • Legal & General America
  • Landmark Partners LLC
  • Mastercam C.N.C. Software, Inc.
  • Putnam Plaza Super Liquors
  • St. John's Episcopal Church
  • United Bank
  • Watkinson School
  • Women's Health Connecticut
Greater Hartford Host Lions Club back to school supplies donation
More than 60 children that we serve at our Extended Day Treatment programs received supplies they need to go back to school thanks to the Greater Hartford Host Lions Club. Pictured are Maria Cornicello (Greater Hartford Host Lions Club president), Andrew Stern (Lions Club member); Melissa Aiello (The Village's EDT program coordinator) and Jerry Hardison (Lions Club member).
Eversource CT Holiday Giving Tree Donation
Eversource CT generously donated toys and games to our Holiday Giving Tree. Pictured: Sarah Adanti, Village Senior Director of Development, Gretchen Fountain, Village Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations and representatives of the Hartford Eversource CT Team.




  • Anonymous
  • Ms. Mary Abel
  • Ms. Susan L. Adamson
  • Mrs. Elaine Akley
  • Mr. Philip Allen
  • Ms. Karen Andreo
  • Ms. Carol Andresen
  • Sanh Angkhavong
  • Ms. Dianna M. Aprea
  • Ms. Karen H. Kellerman and Mr. Peter Arakas
  • Mrs. Gwendolyn G. Avery
  • Mrs. Janet Bailey Faude
  • Mr. Satish Kumar Balaji
  • Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Barker
  • Mrs. Catharine A. Bates
  • Ms. Jan Beatty
  • Lisbeth Becker
  • Dr. and Mrs. Mark Belsky
  • Mr. and Mrs. John J. Bermel
  • Mrs. Elise O. Boccia
  • Ms. Melissa Boisseau
  • Dr. and Mrs. Steven Bond
  • Mrs. Fredrika N. Bookwalter
  • Meg Boyd
  • Mr. Nicholas Boyne
  • Mr. Jeffrey A. Brine, Esq.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Chester Brodnicki
  • Ms. Janet Bucior
  • Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Buckingham, Jr.
  • Ms. Lori Budnick, CPA
  • Ms. Jeannette Picard and Mr. Theodore Busky
  • Johanna and Neil Cahill
  • Ms. Marcy Cain and Mr. Robert Kagan
  • Mr. Edward J. Carr
  • Mrs. Annette Carter
  • Ms. Judy Casperson
  • Mr. and Mrs. Frederick C. Castellani
  • Ms. Janet M. Castricum
  • Mrs. Lynn Cavo
  • Ms. Kristin Champagne
  • Mrs. Carole M. Cheney
  • Mrs. Danielle Choly
  • Mr. Stephen Clancy
  • Ms. Kristen M. Clark
  • Mrs. Leslie C. Clark
  • Adrienne Cochrane
  • Gerald Coia
  • Ms. Michelle Collins
  • Ayelet Chozick
  • Ms. Mildred Conlon
  • Mrs. Jane Conter
  • Ms. Maureen Cooper
  • Ms. Patty Crawford
  • Mrs. Elba Cruz Schulman
  • Mr. John Curran
  • Mrs. Carolyn Cutler
  • Mr. Chad Czerwinski
  • Mrs. Lois A. Dailey
  • Ms. Juliana B. Dalton
  • Ms. Catherine M. Daly
  • Ms. Winsome A. Dariah
  • Mrs. Geraldine Dean
  • Ms. Sharon Desrosiers
  • Jennifer Destefani
  • Mr. Brian DiFatta
  • Ms. Elizabeth Donnelly
  • Molly and Doug Donovan
  • Ms. Shirley S. Dudley
  • Mr. and Mrs. John P. Dugan, Jr.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Duva
  • Lois and Edward Ecker
  • Mr. and Mrs. John J. Egan
  • Ms. Mary-Jane Eisen and Mr. Robert Yass
  • Dr. Ellen Eisenberg
  • Mrs. Laura Epstein
  • Estate of Eleanor B. Homicki
  • Ms. Leslie Fass and Mr. Robert Stillman
  • Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Finman
  • Ms. Lisa Fishman
  • Ms. Joyce Ford
  • Chantal Foster
  • Ms. Mary Jane Foster
  • Rick and Gretchen Fountain
  • Ms. Danielli Franquim
  • Dr. and Mrs. Raymond N. Frick
  • Ms. Doris A. Gale
  • Marilda L. Gandara, Esq.
  • Carolyne Gatesy
  • Ms. Katherine Gavin
  • Mr. Christopher Gelpi
  • Ms. Robin Generous
  • Ms. Anna Gertz
  • Marisa Giarnella-Porco
  • Mrs. Debra J. Gice
  • Raina Giddings
  • Janet Gill
  • Ms. Joan Gill
  • Mrs. Gail C. Goddard
  • Ms. Rona Gollob
  • Dr. and Mrs. John J. Grady-Benson
  • Katelyn Greco
  • Mr. James Gregorski
  • Mary and David Gridley
  • Mrs. Ruth Grobe
  • Mrs. Denise B. Hall
  • Ms. Heather Halotek
  • Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth B. Hamblett
  • Ms. Audrey Hayden
  • Mrs. Patricia C. Hazelwood
  • Ms. Amanda Hemmelgarn
  • Denise Her
  • Debbie Hersh
  • Denise Hornbecker
  • Mrs. Cynthia B. Howard
  • Thomas Humphreys
  • Ms. Joan Hurley
  • Mr. Brian Jacobs
  • Ms. Karen Jarmoc
  • Mr. and Mrs. Bud Jason
  • Mr. Frederick E. Jenoure, Jr.
  • Mrs. Pamela J. Joyce
  • Ms. Kristi A. Kahn
  • Mr. David Kaletski
  • Mr. and Mrs. Seth Kalkstein
  • Hesaneh Kazemi
  • Ms. Jane Keiffer
  • Shanna Keller
  • Ms. Laurel Kelly
  • Ms. Joanne Kenney
  • Ms. Elaina A. King
  • Ms. Gina Kirkpatrick
  • Ms. Gail G. Korten
  • Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K. Korus
  • Ms. Maryanne R. Krajcik and Mr. James D. Devoe
  • Ms. Nancy A. Kramer
  • Mr. Kenneth Krissinger and Ms. Janice Krissinger Wros
  • Ms. Dawn Kruger
  • Ms. Deborah Kruse
  • Ms. Michelle Kunzman
  • Mrs. Deborah Kvam
  • Mrs. Emily La Croix
  • Ms. Catherine M. Langdon Wooters
  • Ms. Barbara Laurain
  • Mrs. Noraleen E. LeClaire
  • Ellen and Mark Lescher
  • Mr. and Mrs. Eric J. Lim
  • Ms. Diane Lipes
  • Mr. Lucas Lycksell
  • Ms. Suzanne Lyons
  • Pat Mackenzie-Thompson
  • Mrs. Patricia MacRae
  • Mr. and Mrs. Marc Madnick
  • Mr. Zachary and Ms. Kathleen Malet
  • Bonnie Malley
  • Mr. Peter Maltby
  • Ms. Alicia Marotto
  • Mrs. Carolyn B. Martino
  • Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mazadoorian
  • Wendy McCormick
  • Mr. Kevin McGann
  • Ms. Kathi Meding
  • Ms. Jennifer Meligonis-DeJohn
  • Ms. Katharine Merriman
  • Ms. Angela Miller
  • Ms. Francoise Miller
  • Ms. Lillian B. Miller
  • Marlaine Miller
  • Ms. Tanya Millner-Harlee
  • Mr. Benjamin Minard
  • Ms. Joanne Monaco
  • Ms. Rachel MacGillis Moore
  • Steven Moore, PhD
  • Mr. and Mrs. John P. Moreschi
  • Ms. Linda L. Morkan
  • Mr. I. L. Morris
  • Ms. Susan Mueller
  • Ms. Leah Murchie
  • Ms. Cassandra Murphy
  • Ms. Nancy Murray
  • Mrs. Susan Navage
  • Ms. Robin Nelson
  • Mr. Wilfredo Nieves
  • Mr. and Mrs. Mark Niland
  • Mrs. Sandra M. Nix
  • Ms. Susan O'Brien
  • Ms. Theresa O'Brien
  • Ms. Lynn Olson
  • Ms. Rita Rivera Ortiz
  • Donna L. O'Shea, MD, MBA
  • Kathy and James Palma
  • Ms. Stephanie Bowers and Mr. Kourosh Parham
  • Mrs. Carla Pariser and Ronald H. Pariser
  • Ms. Julia Parker-Post
  • Ms. Rebecca Parry
  • Ms. Laurie Paternoster
  • Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Paul
  • Mr. and Mrs. Eucal Peart
  • Mr. and Mrs. Robert Penney
  • Cynthia Peoples
  • Mrs. Catherine Pepin
  • Mrs. Harold E. Perry, Jr.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Willard F. Pinney, Jr.
  • Mrs. Janet K. Poet
  • Ms. Laura Post
  • Mr. Kenneth L. Przybysz
  • Margaret and Brian Quigley
  • Ms. Susan L. Redfield
  • Dr. and Mrs. Allan B. Reiskin
  • Ms. Jill Rendeiro
  • Ms. Cynthia Rider
  • Ms. Annemarie Riemer
  • Ms. Laura Dake Roche, OD
  • Ms. Susan Roche
  • Mr. Fernando G. Rosa
  • Mr. and Mrs. Stuart D. Rosen
  • Miss Phoebe Rotelli
  • Ms. Rosalie B. Roth
  • Robert Rounce
  • Ms. Barbara Rubin
  • Ms. Nancy Ryan
  • Mrs. Linda L. Rydin
  • Mrs. Barbara Samberg
  • Hilary Sams
  • Ms. Jacquelyn Santiago
  • Ms. Lois Schneeberger
  • Stephen Schneider
  • Dr. Stanley Schwartz
  • Ms. Maryellen Sciallo
  • Ms. Elizabeth D. Scott
  • Ms. Jill Scully
  • Mr. and Mrs. Edmund M. See
  • Sal Sena
  • Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan E. Seymour
  • Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Shea
  • Ms. Patricia Shea Lovell and Mr. Peter Lovell
  • Tara Sheldon
  • Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Shirley
  • Ms. Patricia Simmons
  • Ann Smith
  • Mr. Brian Smith
  • Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Smith, Jr.
  • Mr. and Mrs. John Snodgrass
  • Mr. Jack Soos
  • Ms. Beth-Ann Spaudling
  • Ms. Sally L. Speer
  • Ms. Jennifer Steadman
  • Mrs. Laura Stevens
  • Ms. Mary Stevens
  • Susan and William Stolba II
  • Ms. Judy Strong
  • Mr. Kevin Sullivan
  • Mr. and Mrs. James Suprenant
  • Mr. Richard Sussman
  • Mr. Jonathan Swerdloff
  • Ms. Donna Taglianetti
  • Ms. Ann E. Thomas and Mr. Michael B. Bonzagni
  • E. M. Thomas-Jones
  • Ms. Ashanee Thompson
  • Ms. Diane Tomlin
  • Ms. Christine Traczyk
  • Mrs. Katherine Vines-Cook Trumbull
  • Mrs. Deborah Ullman
  • Mrs. Jeannette H. Urban
  • Mr. Jeffrey Vanderploeg
  • Mr. Robert Vaughan
  • Mr. and Mrs. James R. Venneman
  • Ms. Vita Veronesi
  • Tammy Vuocolo
  • David and Nancy Wadhams
  • Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Wallach
  • Deputy Chief (Ret.) Terry L. Waller
  • Mr. Joseph and Mrs. Carol Waxman
  • Mrs. Marilyn Webber
  • Ms. Germaine Welch
  • Jeanette Weldon
  • Mr. Richard Werner
  • Ms. Laura L. Westlund
  • Mr. and Mrs. Robert White
  • Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood S. Willard
  • Mr. Bill Williams
  • Mr. Chad Williams
  • Lynne Willis
  • Katherine and Stephen Wilson
  • Ms. Donna Wojtyna
  • Ms. Valerie Wozniak
  • Ira Yellen
  • Ms. Yvette M. Young
  • Ms. Amy Zeiner
  • Mr. John T. Zembron
  • Sandra Zlokower


  • AmazonSmile Foundation
  • Charities Aid Foundation of America
  • Chubb Charitable Foundation
  • Connecticut Valley Orthodontics PC
  • Connecticut Voices for Children
  • Facebook
  • Hartford Yard Goats Charitable Foundation, Inc.
  • Heavenly Divine Intervention
  • Homestead Fuel Incorporated
  • Kurien Ouellette LLC
  • Morris Group, Inc.
  • Olenders
  • Ray Page Plumbing, Inc.
  • Jordan Matthew Porco Foundation
  • The Right Touch, LLC
  • Rockville Community Alliance
  • State of Connecticut Office of the Attorney General
  • Stop and Shop Supermarket
  • The Solomon and Katie Wohl Foundation
  • Tolland Community Women, Inc.
  • United Way of Greater Waterbury
  • UnitedHealth Group
  • University of Saint Joseph
  • We Care Computers
  • Workplace Success Group
  • YWCA of Hartford Region, Inc.
Corenet Global Holiday Giving Tree Donation
Corenet Global delivered a bounty of collected toys and a check with the profit from their golf tournament to The Village. Pictured: Mark Nisbett (left) is a new Village Ambassador, Gretchen Fountain (center) staff of The Village, and Scott Tibbo (right), who was adopted from The Village. Both are members of Corenet Global, Connecticut Westchester Chapter, a professional association of corporate real estate members.
Hartford area Dechert LLP law firm back to school supplies donation
Members of the Hartford area Dechert LLP law firm teamed up to provide backpacks as part of The Village’s annual Backpack and Uniform Drive. Receiving the donation are Jackie Weaver-Bey (left) and Sarah Adanti (third from left) of The Village.




  • Silva Abadjian
  • Ms. Lisa Abate
  • Mrs. JoAnn Adams
  • Ms. Louise Agasee
  • Denise Aguilera
  • Ms. Angela Alexander
  • Michael Angelini
  • Mr. Mark Anson and Ms. Robyne Watkin-Anson
  • Ms. Margaret Atherlay
  • Mr. Craig Bailey
  • Mrs. Maryellen Bailey
  • Ms. Laurie Bajorek
  • Ms. Jeanette Baker
  • Ms. Sandra Kaye Baker
  • Mr. Winsome Barnaby
  • Kevin Beals
  • Ms. Megan Beardsworth
  • LeAnn Beaulieu
  • Mr. and Mrs. James Belfiore
  • Dianne Bennett
  • Ms. Tricia Bennett
  • Mr. James Bergenn
  • Ajay Beri
  • Ms. Maribel Bermudez
  • Ms. Doris Berton
  • Ms. Brianna Bishop
  • Mrs. Kristina A. Blanchette
  • Katie Blint
  • Janice and Richard Bonaccorso
  • Ms. Ellen Boyne
  • Mr. James Breen
  • Ms. Lauren Brewer
  • Mrs. Mary Britcher
  • Ms. Jane Brosnan
  • Mr. Gary Brugnetti
  • Ms. Lauren Caesar
  • Ms. Olivia Caires
  • Ms. Heather Cap
  • Tom Caporale
  • Mrs. Maria Caraballo
  • Ms. Ethel Cari
  • Aimee Caron
  • Mr. Michael Carretta
  • Mrs. Margaret T. Carroll
  • Ms. Rebekah A. Castagno
  • Mrs. Ralph P. Castellon
  • Ms. Annella Cera
  • Mr. Kevin Chapman
  • Ms. Jennifer Charron
  • Ms. Jane Christie
  • Ms. Josephine Cianci
  • Mr. Bryan Clark
  • LaTesha Clark
  • Mr. and Mrs. William E. Clifford
  • Ms. Angela Coco
  • Ms. Carolyn Cohen
  • Ms. Sara Connolly
  • Mr. Costas T. Constantine
  • Ms. Edyta Cooney
  • Molly Cooper
  • Mr. and Mrs. James Corrigan
  • Barbara Costas and Joanne Stoddard
  • Katie Couto
  • Ms. Pat Cramer
  • Ms. Mary Kay Curtiss
  • Stacy Daley
  • Mr. and Mrs. Winston B. Davidson
  • Mr. Alden E. Davis and Dr. Annette E. Rogers
  • Ms. Yvan De Munck
  • Mr. and Mrs. Dominick DeBonee
  • Mr. Sam DeGiovanni
  • Taury DelValle
  • Maureen DePierro
  • Mr. Jean-Claude Desrosiers
  • Mr. and Mrs. William Desrosiers
  • Ms. Patricia Devendorf
  • Ms. Christine DiMenna
  • Lauren Donais
  • Ms. Peggy Donnelly
  • Ms. Deborah Douglas
  • Montgomery Douglas
  • Mr. Frederick T. Downs
  • Darby Drake
  • Ms. Martha E. Drummond
  • Jessica Dziob
  • Jillian Eitelman
  • Ms. Julie Ellis
  • Mr. and Mrs. Jonathon Ensign
  • Mr. and Mrs. Anthony W. Erdman
  • Mr. Michael Esernia
  • Ms. Maria Evans
  • Ms. Deborah Farrel
  • Ms. Katherine Farrington
  • Ms. Amy Febles
  • Ms. Judith Febles
  • Mrs. Heather R. Feinsinger
  • Ms. Kathie Ferguson
  • Ms. Nilda Fernandez
  • Mr. Jeffrey Ferreira
  • Mrs. Joelle Figueroa
  • Mr. Pablo Figueroa
  • Ms. Francy Filigrana
  • Ms. Carol G. Fine
  • Ms. Martha Finkel
  • Mrs. Crystal D. Floyd
  • Kimberly Forbes
  • Rebecca Fraser
  • Ms. Elizabeth Freedman
  • Ms. Anne Gallagher
  • Ms. Kristine Gallagher
  • Ms. Pam Gambarotta
  • Ms. Nancy Gathers
  • Mrs. Annette Gavens
  • Mr. and Mrs. John M. Gavin, Jr.
  • Jennie Gavrich
  • Ms. Evelyn Gilbert
  • Ms. Paula S. Gilberto
  • Ms. Analisha Gois
  • Ms. Lynn Goldfarb
  • Ms. Kathryn Goodrich
  • Mr. and Mrs. David C. Goyette
  • Liz Guarino
  • Angela Haddad
  • Ms. Joan K. Hagan
  • Ms. Rebekah Hall
  • Mr. and Mrs. Laurence L. Hannafin
  • Jerry and Patricia Hardison
  • Mrs. Marylyn M. Hardrick
  • Ms. Jennifer L. Harris
  • Ms. Faith O. Helene
  • Mr. George Hernandez
  • Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Herzog
  • Ms. Jill Heslin
  • Kenneth Hicks
  • Ms. Heidi Higham
  • Artisene Hill
  • Mr. and Mrs. Wade D. Hiltabidel
  • Ms. Beonita R. Holland
  • Ms. Phyllis Holland-Brown
  • Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Holmes
  • Eva Holmes
  • Mr. and Mrs. Lunville Hudgen
  • Ms. Vernalda Hudgen
  • Mr. Christopher J. Hug
  • Mr. Drew Iacovazzi
  • Mr. Herbert G. Isaacson
  • Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jacobson
  • Ms. Moira E. Jacquette
  • Ms. Jennifer Jaffe
  • Mr. and Mrs. Gregory W. Jahne
  • Mr. and Mrs. Frederick S. Jarvis
  • Ms. Angie Joachim
  • Hanna Johansson
  • Krista Johnson
  • Kathleen Jorens
  • Kahan Keren
  • Ms. Kimberly Kaplan
  • M. Keeley
  • Ms. Carrie Kiesel
  • Mrs. Irene B. King
  • Ms. Joann Kirschner
  • Jessica Kissane
  • Gayle Klim
  • Mallory Koitz
  • Mrs. Joan Kyle
  • Mr. John Lang
  • Ms. Mary Beth Lang
  • Ms. Judith H. Lawes
  • Ms. Madelyn Lawson
  • Ms. Deborah Leclerc
  • Ms. Nicole Lee
  • Ms. Shirley Leich
  • Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Lichtenberger
  • Barbara B. Lindsay, Esq.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Link
  • Ms. Janice Lombard
  • Dustin Lombardi
  • Barbara Lopardo
  • Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Lopreiato
  • Ms. Franca Lotufo
  • Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lowell
  • Ms. Kathryn M. Luria
  • Ms. Sarah Luscinskas
  • Ms. Cheryl MalBaurn
  • Mr. Stanley Malecki
  • Ms. Donna Maluccio
  • Mr. Douglas K. Manion, Esq.
  • Ms. Anne Mannion
  • Ms. Leta Marks
  • Ms. Debra Martin
  • Ms. Kimberly A. Martini-Carvell, MA
  • Mr. George L. Mason III
  • Mr. Jim Masur
  • Ms. Jane McAlpine
  • Mrs. Lynette D. McCarthy
  • Ms. Lauren McGrew
  • Ms. Ramona E. McRae
  • Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Mihon
  • Mrs. Ann Mittelmann
  • Ms. Mary E. Montgomery
  • Ms. Lorrie Moore-Johnson
  • Ms. Kim Morehardt
  • Ms. Sarah Morin
  • Michael Morris
  • Mrs. Elizabeth Morrison
  • Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Mullen
  • Consuelo Munoz
  • Kimberly Muscat
  • Mrs. Mary-Michele Neagle
  • Ms. Marianne Neptin
  • Ms. Karolina Nichols
  • Ms. Charlotte Norris-Brown
  • Ms. Veronica North
  • Molly Northrup
  • Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. O'Connell
  • Christine O'Hare
  • Lisa Orde
  • Ms. Margarita R. Ortiz
  • Kristen Ortuso
  • Ms. Linda A. Otero
  • Ms. April Oyler
  • Mr. and Mrs. David M. Panico
  • Mr. Edward Pantalena
  • Ms. Lisa Pavano
  • Ms. Tami Pelletier
  • Mr. and Mrs. David A. Pels
  • Dr. Jennifer W. Pennoyer and Dr. William P. Pennoyer
  • Mrs. Maria Piacenta
  • Mr. and Mrs. Richard Piacenti, Sr.
  • Ron Picard
  • Mr. David Pines
  • Hannah Poist
  • Mrs. Rennie Polk
  • Mr. and Mrs. John J. Portaluppi
  • Ms. JoAnn Portelance
  • Dr. Kyle Pruett
  • Katherine Ramirez
  • Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Reichstein
  • Ms. Diana Reid
  • Katherine Reilly
  • Liz Rember
  • Mr. John S. Riley
  • Robert and Dottie Ritz
  • Mr. Douglas Rogers
  • Ms. Christina Ross
  • Ms. Barbara Rotelli
  • Mr. Mark Roth
  • Mr. and Mrs. James Rotondo
  • Mr. Gaetano Rubino
  • Ms. Jennie Rustic
  • Abir Saad
  • Ms. Carol Sacco
  • Ms. Leticia Safran
  • Ms. Ann Sakitis
  • Mr. John Salemi
  • Mr. John Salling
  • Mr. and Mrs. Terry Sanderson
  • Mrs. Roberta Sataline
  • Ms. Anita Ford Saunders
  • Ms. Kelli Schaller
  • Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Scharr
  • Dana Shagan
  • Ms. Deanne Shapiro
  • Mr. and Mrs. Larry G. Shapiro
  • Ms. Gail L. Sheehan
  • Ms. Maria Siciliano
  • Ms. Katrina Sikorski
  • Mr. and Mrs. Bruce E. Sill
  • Mr. David M. Silver
  • Ms. Patricia A. Sisti
  • Mr. Derek Slap
  • Megan Smallidge
  • Megan Smith
  • Ms. Donna Solywoda
  • Mr. Matthew J. Southward
  • Ms. Michelle Souza
  • Ms. Judy Spindel-Brown
  • Allison Standish-Plimpton
  • Mrs. Hannah B. Steel
  • Mrs. Marilyn Stratton
  • Claudia Sweetland
  • Mr. David Symonette
  • Mrs. Sarah Thompson
  • Mr. Joey Tolentino
  • Mr. Robert J. Trafford
  • Ms. Nora Treschitth
  • Josye Utick
  • Ms. Stephanie Vacek
  • Ms. Patricia Valle
  • Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Vasi
  • Ms. Melissa Vasilakis
  • Mariana Velez Escobar
  • Mrs. Jill Waller
  • Liz Walter
  • Mr. Barry Walters
  • Mrs. Barbara Ward
  • Mr. Dan Weight
  • Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wergeles
  • Kassy Westervelt
  • Mr. Robert C. Wheeler
  • Fredrick and Wilfred Whitman
  • Ms. Alexandra Williams
  • Ms. Janice Wilson
  • Mrs. Nancy Winkler
  • Ms. Abigail Woodhouse
  • Mr. Wilfred Zahner
  • Ms. Michael Zaleski
  • Robin Zaleski
  • Mana Zarinejad
  • Ms. Agata Zietek
  • Mr. and Mrs. Anthony S. Zimmitti
  • Ms. Darlene Zoller


  • Big Y Foods, Inc.
  • Campbell Soup Company
  • LexisNexis Risk Solutions
  • Liberty Mutual
  • Middlesex United Way
  • Miss Porter's School
  • Synchrony Bank
  • United Way of Coastal Fairfield County
  • Windsor Woman's Club of CT & GFWC
  • YourCause
Village South Adult Services Renovation
In just six months, a massive 8,500-square-foot warehouse at our Village South building, a former trolley repair facility, was transformed into an adult behavioral health services wing that will serve thousands of Greater Hartford residents. Read the full story here.

Gifts in Kind


  • Ms. Toni Ann Abbruzese
  • Mrs. JoAnn Adams
  • Ronald J. Albert, DMD
  • The Antidormi Family
  • Ms. Sara Avatapalli and Mr. Adam Denninger
  • Ms. Marion Babich
  • Ms. Sandra Kaye Baker
  • Ms. Sara Bass
  • Ms. Jan Beatty
  • Ms. Merily Behm
  • Mr. Anthony Berlenbach
  • Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berlenbach
  • Mr. Thomas Berlenbach
  • Ms. Maureen Bingham
  • Ms. Melissa Boisseau
  • Ms. Ann Brazel
  • Mr. Iain Brown
  • Ms. Creta Chandler
  • Mike and Doreen Ciunci
  • Mr. and Mrs. John Colapietro
  • Mr. and Mrs. Dan Connelly
  • Mrs. Jeanmarie H. Cooper
  • Ms. Tricia Corto
  • Ms. Catherine Corto-Mergins
  • Mr. and Mrs. Victor Da Isabel
  • Ms. Jeannette Dehmer
  • Ms. Deanna Ericson
  • Mrs. Beverly A. Fleming
  • Mrs. Sandra Fredrickson
  • Ms. Courtney Galotti
  • The Greenhalgh Family
  • Mr. and Mrs. Adam Guertin
  • Ms. Tara Guertin
  • The Hogan Family
  • Ms. Amanda Hume
  • Mrs. Heather Janssen
  • Mr. Mattie Jones
  • Ms. Laura Perry
  • Mrs. Janice F. Klein
  • Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kratzer
  • Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Kratzer
  • Mr. and Mrs. Steve Langlais
  • Mr. and Mrs. Tom Leone
  • The Levy Family
  • Mr. and Mrs. Jim MacDowell
  • Mr. and Mrs. Marc Madnick
  • The Markie Family
  • Ms. Betty Jean Mcauley
  • Ms. Kate McDonald
  • Mr. and Mrs. David Misorski
  • Mr. and Mrs. Steve Motta
  • Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Northey
  • Ms. Donna O'Brien
  • Ms. Jennifer Otto
  • The Page Family
  • Jim and Kathy Palma
  • Mr. and Mrs. Erik Person
  • Mr. Jack Perugini
  • Ms. Carol Peterson
  • Dr. Michele Petrucelli
  • Ms. Randi Pincus
  • Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Prudhomme
  • Margaret and Brian Quigley
  • Ms. Susan Smith Rubin
  • Ms. Kimberly Russell
  • Ms. Anne Heavy Scheinfeldt
  • Mrs. Margaret F. Schenk
  • Mr. and Mrs. Doug Schumann
  • Mrs. Wanda Shapera
  • Ms. Gail L. Sheehan
  • Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Sinkiewicz
  • Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sokolski
  • Mr. and Mrs. Adam Stannard
  • Ms. Andrea Sullivan
  • Ms. Bonnie Therrien and Mr. Thomas Corto
  • Mrs. Jeannette H. Urban
  • Mr. and Mrs. Bob Weibel
  • Mr. Joshua Weiner
  • Ms. Lynn Weisel
  • Mr. and Mrs. Brian Werstak
  • The White Family
  • Magrieta and Sherwood Willard
  • Mr. and Mrs. Keith Yoreo


  • AXA XL
  • AZ Design Serivces, LLC
  • Somer Adams
  • Barings Real Estate Advisors
  • Be the One Foundation
  • Bob's Discount Furniture Charitable Foundation, Inc.
  • Cigna Health and Life Insurance Company
  • Cipes Pediatric Dentistry
  • CT Workout Gym
  • Corenet Global
  • Dechert LLP
  • ESPN
  • Eversource
  • Hartford Courant
  • Hartford Fire Department
  • Hartford Golf Club
  • Hartford Stage
  • Integrated Physical Therapy & Counseling
  • Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Hartford
  • Larrabee Fund Association of Greater Hartford
  • Loftex USA LLC
  • Madina Academy
  • Mandell Jewish Community Center of Greater Hartford
  • The Morris Group
  • Newington Quilters Club
  • Pepperidge Farms
  • Pool Administrators, Inc.
  • PowerOptions
  • Prudential Financial, Inc.
  • Robert H. Lord Company
  • Saint Damien of Molokai Parish
  • St. Matthew Lutheran Church
  • St. Peter Claver Church
  • St. Timothy Middle School
  • The Cobb School Montessori
  • The Glastonbury Auxiliary of The Village
  • The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc.
  • The Simsbury Auxiliary of The Village
  • The Suffield Auxiliary of The Village
  • The West Hartford Auxiliary of The Village
  • The West Hartford Lions Club
  • The Yoga Shop of Glastonbury
  • Travelers
  • University of Hartford
  • Women's Club of Madison

Endowment Funds

A strong endowment is a critical component of an institution’s financial strength. Funds established in support of The Village’s endowment provide program support for the families we serve today and for future generations. They also generate steady and predictable income for daily operations. We are grateful to the donors who established these lasting gifts.

  • Ruth E. Clark Memorial Endowment Fund
  • Norbert Fried Memorial Scholarship Fund
  • Diane D. and Irving J. (Irv) Friedman Family Fund
  • Friends of the Family Endowed Fund
  • Cynthia B. Godfrey Memorial Fund
  • Betty Goumas Memorial Fund
  • Kissane Family Emergency
  • Assistance Fund

The Village Legacy Society

The Village Legacy Society is a devoted group of donors who have named The Village as a beneficiary in their estate plans. Their generous bequests will enrich, sustain and preserve our services, establishing an enduring legacy of caring, protection and support for the children, families and adults we serve. We are honored to be the guardian of these meaningful contributions.

  • Estate of Flora W. Arnoldi
  • Brian and Wendy Carberg
  • Mrs. Francine E. Christiansen
  • Mrs. Janice F. Klein
  • Mr. Barry N. Lastra
  • Mrs. Pamela P. Little
  • Estate of Sallie Norris
  • Ms. Susan Varnum Smith Rubin
  • Mr. Henry R. Schwartz
  • Mrs. Erika M. Smith
  • Ms. Jennifer R. Walkwitz
  • Mrs. Louise M. Wilder

About The Village

Executive Leadership

Galo A. Rodriguez, MPH

Galo A. Rodriguez, MPH
President, Chief Executive Officer

Hector Glynn, MSW

Hector Glynn, MSW
Chief Operating Officer

Martin Morrissey, MHA, CPA, FACHE

Martin Morrissey, MHA, CPA, FACHE
Chief Financial Officer

Deborah Bradley

Deborah Bradley
Vice President, Human Resources

Tammy K. Freeberg, MSW

Tammy K. Freeberg, MSW
Vice President, Strategy and Planning

Steven Moore, PhD

Steven Moore, PhD
Vice President, Business Development

Eric Schwartz, PsyD, ABPP

Eric Schwartz, PsyD, ABPP
Senior Vice President, Clinical Programs

Derek Slap, MBA

Derek Slap, MBA
Vice President, Advancement

Tammy K. Freeberg, MSW

Laine Taylor, DO, MBA
Medical Director

Board of Directors


  • Andrew G. Baldassarre
    Principal & Chief Market Strategist, Rossmore Private Capital LLC
  • John Turgeon, CPA, HCS
    Vice Chair*
    Partner, CohnReznick
  • Cathy Iacovazzi
  • Galo A. Rodriguez, MPH*
    President & CEO, The Village for Families & Children
  • Ellie Benson
    Auxiliary Representative
  • Jeffrey A. Brine, Esq.
    Member & Attorney at Law, Kurien Ouellette LLC
  • Richard (Jerry) Bundy
    Community Volunteer
  • Curt Cameron*
    President, Thomas Hooker Brewing Company
  • Wendy Carberg
  • Vice President Group & Worksite Markets, Guardian Life Insurance Company
  • Jeanmarie H. Cooper*
    Community Volunteer
  • Beth A. Costello*
    Executive Vice President & CFO, The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc.
  • Thomas Daugherty
    Partner, KPMG
  • Kim DiPietro
    Senior Director of Research and Acquisitions, Hart Realty Advisers
  • Margaret Pearl Douglas, CPA
    Certified Public Accountant and CEO, Canoville Consulting, LLC
  • William D. Field
    President, FieldActivate
  • David L. Friar, Architect
    Founder, Friar Associates
  • Lawrence J. Gavrich
    Founder & President, Home on The Course, LLC
  • Stephen E. Goldman, Esq.
    Managing Partner, Robinson & Cole
  • Frederick E. Jenoure, Jr.
    Owner, FEJ Consulting
  • Diana Sousa Jepsen, MBA
    Associate Vice President, Marketing and Public Affairs, University of Saint Joseph
  • Richard M. Kaplan, Esq.
    Associate General Counsel, United Technologies Corp.
  • Patrick Kinney
    Executive Vice President, Travelers
  • Charles H. Klippel, Esq.
    Senior Vice President & Deputy General Counsel, Aetna
  • Barry N. Lastra
    Community Volunteer
  • Patricia Marealle, Esq.
    Staff Attorney, Immigrant Children’s Justice Project Center for Children’s Advocacy
  • Dr. Elsa M. Núñez
    President, Eastern Connecticut State University
  • Brian P. Reilly*
    Chief Auditor and Sr. Vice President, Travelers

*member, executive committee


Ambassadors are engaged members of the community who share a commitment to The Village’s mission and help spread the word about and garner support for The Village.

  • Ana Alfaro
  • Dr. Biree Andemariam
  • Mark Anson and Robyne Watkin-Anson
  • Peter Arakas
  • Doris Arrington
  • Samuel and Janet Bailey
  • Hyacinth Bailey, Esquire
  • Constance Bain
  • Andrea Barton Reeves, Esq.
  • Nicole Blades
  • Nannette Bosh-Finance
  • Kenneth Boudreau
  • Martha Brackeen-Harris
  • Chester (Chet) Brodnicki
  • John Bruno and Artemis Tsagaris
  • Carlene Bush
  • Thomas Byrne
  • Marcy Cain
  • Patricia Campanella Daniels
  • Edward Casares, Jr.
  • David Castellani
  • Lesa Cavallero-Laraia
  • Francine Christiansen
  • Ruth Clark
  • Judith Clarke
  • Stacy Hurley Cloud
  • Sara Connolly
  • Judyth Coughlin
  • Jean and Ed Cowles
  • Elba Cruz Schulman
  • Christopher Dadlez
  • Edward Danek, Jr.
  • Rick Daniels
  • Alden Davis
  • Dr. Eddie Davis
  • Dan and Nine Dechamps
  • John Henry Decker
  • Jaye Donaldson
  • Susan Dunn
  • Dr. Paul Dworkin
  • Dan Eudy
  • Rose Fortuna
  • Kathleen Kane-Francalangia
  • Susan Freedman
  • John Q. Gale
  • Marilda Gándara, Esq.
  • Matthew Gordon, Esq.
  • Marc and Sheryl Green
  • Arthur Greenblatt
  • Kevin Grenham
  • Donald Griesdorn
  • Ruth Grobe
  • Nathan Grube
  • Dr. Walter Harrison
  • David Hart
  • Michael Haylon
  • Jeffrey Hoffman
  • John Horak, Esq.
  • John Hurley
  • Janet Jackson
  • Leonard Jaskol
  • John Kennelly
  • Judy Kissane
  • Janice Klein
  • Alan Kreczko
  • Robert Laraia and Lesa Cavallero-Laraia
  • Lewis Lassow
  • Diane Lipes
  • Dr. Thomas Lipscomb
  • Peter and Rosemary Lombardo
  • Dr. Darcy Lowell
  • Sheralyn Marsh
  • The Reverend William McKissick, Jr.
  • Yvette Meléndez
  • EdJohnetta Miller
  • Dana Misorski and David Misorski
  • Mark Mitchell
  • Thea Montanez
  • Christopher Montross
  • Joelle Murchison
  • Denise Nappier
  • Peter Neville
  • Bobby Nims
  • Mark Nisbett
  • Irene O’Connor
  • Bonnie Parry
  • Teresa Pelham
  • Steve Phillips
  • Paul Pita
  • Janis Potts
  • JoAnn Price
  • Dr. Kyle Pruett
  • Wanda Reyes-Dawes
  • The Honorable Matt Ritter
  • Dr. John Rodis
  • Dr. Annette Rogers
  • Jason Rojas
  • Nelly Rojas Schwan
  • Gilda Roncari
  • Fernando Rosa
  • Dr. Juan Salazar
  • Dr. Carlos Salguero
  • Anita Ford Saunders
  • Philip Schulz
  • Jennifer Shimanski
  • Robert Smith, Jr.
  • Albert Staten
  • Laura Stevens
  • Sarah Stevens
  • Edward Sullivan
  • Carol Waxman
  • Armistead Webster
  • Joseph Wendover
  • Louise Wilder
  • John and Linda Zembron


An affiliate of The Village, KIDSAFE CT is dedicated to the early intervention, prevention, and treatment of child abuse and neglect. Its mission is to “partner with the community to educate and empower families and promote the well-being of young people.”



  • Lourdes Ardel
  • Richard (Jerry) Bundy
  • Tim Hill
  • Doug Manion
  • Derrick McBride
  • Turquoise McBride
  • Yolanda Sazo
The 9th Annual KIDSAFE CT Car Show
The 9th Annual KIDSAFE CT Car Show was a success. All proceeds benefited KIDSAFE CT, an affiliate of The Village, and their mission to educate and empower families and promote the well-being of young people. Pictured: tri-chair committee members: Jerry Bundy, The Village Board member; Robin Kohler, KIDSAFE CT; Ray Page, Ray Page Plumbing, Inc.



Main Campus

1680 Albany Avenue, Hartford, CT 06105

The Village South

331 Wethersfield Avenue, Hartford, CT 06114

The Village Center for Family Life at Gray Lodge

(including RAMBUH Family Center)
105 Spring Street, Hartford, CT 06105

The Village Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program

One Regency Drive, Bloomfield, CT 06002


An affiliate of The Village
19 Elm St, Vernon, CT 06066

Extended Day Treatment Locations

The Village Main Campus

300 Parker Street, Manchester, CT 06042

282 Main St Ext., Middletown, CT 06457

210 Pomeroy Ave, Meriden, CT 06541

Group Home

Alison Gill Lodge, Manchester, CT

Integrated Pediatric Clinics

A partnership with Connecticut Children’s Medical Center

800 Connecticut Blvd., 1st Floor, East Hartford, CT 06108

65 Kane Street, 2nd Floor, West Hartford, CT 06119

Linking Youth to Natural Communities (LYNC)

51 Gillett Street, Hartford, CT 06105

145 South Whiting Street, New Britain, CT 06051

The Village provides services in these Hartford schools:

  • Alfred E. Burr Elementary School
  • Asian Studies Academy at Bellizzi
  • Bulkeley High School — Teacher Preparation and Humanities Academies
  • Burns Latino Studies Academy
  • Dr. Michael D. Fox Elementary School
  • Hartford Public High School
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School
  • Milner Elementary School
  • Museum Academy at Wish
  • OPPortunity High School
  • Sarah J. Rawson Elementary School
  • S.A.N.D. School
  • Thirman Milner School
  • West Middle School
The Village locations
The Village campus
The Village's Eagle House at 1680 Albany Avenue in Hartford, CT.

Committee of the Auxiliaries

The Village and the children and families we serve are fortunate to have the support of more than 500 volunteer Auxilians. Among many other things, the Auxilians run our Second Chance Shops, thrift boutiques that sell new and gently used clothing and household items. All proceeds from the Shops support The Village.


  • Lori Holmes del Guidice, Chair (2019)
  • Sandra Nix, Acting Chair, Vice-Chair (2020)
  • JoAnn Adams, Shop Manager


  • Patty Crawford, Co-Chair
  • Gail Korten, Co-Chair
  • Lynn Snyder, Shop Chair


  • Jayne Hastings, Co-President
  • Ellen Peterson, Co-President
  • Janeene Crane, Shop Manager
  • Chris Rago, Shop Manager

West Hartford

  • Jill Scully, Co-Chair
  • Carol Waxman, Co-Chair

Second Chance Shop Locations

730 Hebron Avenue, Glastonbury, CT 06033

12 Station Street, Simsbury, CT 06070

116 Mountain Road, Suffield, CT 06078

175 Park Road, West Hartford, CT 06119

Affiliations & Partnerships

  • Access Agency
  • Alliance for Bloomfield's Children
  • Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of Hartford
  • Child FIRST
  • Child Guidance Clinic for Central Connecticut
  • City of Hartford Division for Young Children
  • Community Health Services
  • Community Renewal Team
  • Connecticut Children’s Medical Center
  • Family Life Education
  • Foodshare
  • Hartford Board of Education
  • Hartford Division for Youth
  • Hartford Public Library
  • Hartford/West Hartford System of Care
  • Hispanic Health Council
  • Judge Baker Children's Center, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School
  • Institute of Living, a division of Hartford Hospital
  • Manchester Community College
  • Middlesex Hospital
  • National Child Traumatic Stress Network
  • National Health Service Corps
  • Putnam Public Library
  • Read to Grow
  • Stafford Public Library
  • Town of Enfield
  • Upper Albany Neighborhood Collaborative
  • UCONN Health Center
  • Urban League
  • Windham Area Interfaith Ministry
  • Yale Child Study Center

Licensure & Accreditation

Department of Children and Families Licenses

  • Child Care Facility to provide Group Home Services
  • Child Care Facility to provide Temporary Shelter Services
  • Child Placing Agency and Foster Care and Adoption Services
  • Extended Day Treatment Outpatient Psychiatric Clinic for Children
  • Residential Treatment

Department of Public Health Licenses

  • Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic for Adults
  • Facility for the Care or Treatment of Substance Abusive or Dependent Persons

Office of Early Childhood

  • Child Day Care Center for Preschool Services

Accrediting Bodies

  • American Psychological Association
  • The Joint Commission
  • National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)

Associations & Memberships

  • Alliance for Children & Families
  • Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers
  • Asylum Hill Neighborhood Association
  • Blue Hills Civic Association
  • Child Welfare League of America, Inc.
  • Connecticut Alliance of Family Resource Centers
  • Community Volunteer Family Resource Center Alliance
  • Connecticut Council on Adoption
  • Connecticut Council on Family Service Agencies
  • Connecticut State Department of Education
  • Connecticut Early Childhood Alliance
  • Community Volunteer Community Nonprofit Alliance
  • Family Support Network
  • Fatherhood Initiative of Connecticut
  • Hartford/West Hartford System of Care/ Community Collaborative
  • MetroHartford Alliance
  • National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare
  • Parents as Teachers National Center
  • Planned Giving Group of Connecticut
  • United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut
  • West End Civic Association

A Top Workplace

The Village is grateful for our employees’ hard work and dedication, especially during these challenging times. We’re pleased that our staff feels the love and that for the second time in three years The Village was named a Top Workplace. The designation, earned through an anonymous survey and awarded by an independent non-profit, validates The Village’s commitment to fostering different points of view and communicating with staff, two areas in which we received high marks. Staff also overwhelmingly reported feeling that The Village is “going in the right direction.”

Village staff pictured (l-r): Galo Rodriguez, Village President and CEO; Samantha Clarke, Village Clinical Supervisor for Family Based Recovery; Alena Pearce, Village Program Coordinator for Extended Day Treatment; Ashley Boutin, Village Supervisor for Extended Day Treatment; Natalie Farquharson, Village Clinician for Child First.

The Village is a Top Workplace