Community Network of Cape Cod has invited Jason Parrent, Supervisor of the Investigative Unit at the Department of Children and Families to be our featured presenter on Tuesday, February 9 from noon to 1:30 PM. He will focus on DCF policies, reporting and investigations and have time for questions regarding communication and how providers can communicate and work with DCF more effectively. CNOCC meets at JRI/Family Resource Center, 29 Basset Lane, Hyannis
Join us for our December 8 CNOCC meeting with our speaker Detective Chris Kent from the Yarmouth Police Department who will update us on current drug trends affecting the Cape Cod community. Sharing his experiences, warning signs of drug use, and more importantly, ways to combat the drug problem on Cape Cod, Chris helps community members and providers alike become more aware and educated on drug use. Detective Chris Kent is a 24 year veteran of police work and has been with the Yarmouth Police Department since 1993. He is currently assigned to the Detective Division and primarily investigates drug Continue reading
Child Witness to Violence: a conversation with Cape Cod Center for Women and Independence House When: Tuesday, November 10 from 12 noon to 1:30 PM Where: JRI/Family Resource Center, 29 Basset Lane, Hyannis
Click here for the October 13 meeting notes.
The Community Network of Cape Cod is being honored at this year’s Lights on Afterschool Child & Family Fair co-hosted by Kerry Bickford, from the Barnstable County Extension 4-H Youth Development Program & Ruth Provost Thursday, October 22 from 4:30-6 at the Boys & Girls Club of Cape Cod. We invite members old and new to help honor the work of the Community Network of Cape Cod formerly the Barnstable County Council for Children Youth and Families. I hope we see you on Thursday afternoon at the Boys and Girls Club.
October 29, 5:30-9 p.m.: “Celebrating Our Parents” at the Coonamessett Inn, 311 Gifford St., Falmouth with Jeanine Fitzgerald, author, behavior specialist, and master trainer. Is there humor in parenting? You bet there is! Join Jeanine for a delicious dinner, some grownup conversation, and all the parenting tips she can fit into the evening. FEE: $20 includes dinner, Jeanine’s presentation, and a parenting info bag stuffed with local resources. Limited seating. Must pre-register. Sponsored by the Coalition for Children, the Falmouth Public Schools, the Falmouth Service Center, and the Community Network of Cape Cod. Information or registration: Tina at 508-548-0151 ext. Continue reading
The Cape & Islands Partnership for Non-Profit Advancement – survey of needs being done now to help with training for local orgs. On Cape Cod foundation website. Click here for the survey. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/9P9KHXL More information can be found here on the Cape Cod Foundation’s website.
After surveying our membership, the steering committee has changed the time of our second Tuesday meetings to 12:00 – 1:30 PM. We hope that this change will make it easier for members to attend. Please bring your lunch and join us for networking and presentations on topics of concern. We are also moving our meetings to the joint conference room of JRI and the Family Resource Center on 29 Bassett Lane, Hyannis. There is plenty of parking. Our first meeting on October 13 — Community Collaboration–developing collaborative networks. Who do you collaborate with? with Barbara Milligan, Executive Director of Cape & Islands United Way and Dara Bryan, Program Continue reading
Community Network Meeting – Tuesday, May 12, 2015 3:00 – 4:30 pm (Networking from 4:30 – 5:00) MSPCC, 206 Breed’s Hill Road, Hyannis MA We have invited: Paul Melville, to share information about the newly forming Family Resource Centers Steven Wolfe-to highlight a new initiative for youth on the Cape with the Town of Barnstable — YMCA Achievers Program Kara Donovan-to inform us about the Cape & Islands Workforce Investment Board Youth Council activities Kerry Bickford to present on current 4-H and Military Family Support Programs We also ask you to bring information or requests about summer programs/activities, summer camp Continue reading
QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer — three simple steps that anyone can learn to help prevent suicide. Please join us for suicide prevention training led by Jean Calvert Jean Calvert is the Cape and Islands Mobile Crisis Intervention Manager When: Tuesday, April 14 from 3 to 4:30 pm Where: MSPCC Office, 206 Breeds Hill Rd, Hyannis