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The Children’s Study Home will be hosting an ALICE Active Shooter Training to better prepare for life-and-death encounters. The course will be held over two days on February 20th and 21st, 2019 from 8am to 4pm at the Mill Pond Springfield School. The cost of the course is $595 (cost includes both days of necessary [...]Find out more
HSF is pleased to host roundtable forums around topics important to non-profit HR and fiscal management. Roundtables are led by senior leaders from HSF member organizations, and we often bring in experts to discuss trending topics. With 4 fiscal round tables and 7 HR round tables, there are many opportunities for you to network and [...]Find out more
Are you interested in working in a rewarding field where you can help individuals with medical, physical, and or developmental delays live fulfilling, happy lives? Have you thought about going into the medical or psychology fields but do not know where to start? Direct Care positions with Pathlight, a nonprofit residential organization may be the [...]Find out more
Organizations that innovate will create the largest impact in the world, attract the best people and secure the most funding. In this free workshop you'll be introduced to the state-of-the-art systems for innovation used by Silicon Valley, National Institutes for Heath, the effective altruism movement and many others. Innovation Accelerator holds UnTether events in partnership [...]Find out more
What is the Rainbow Elders Luncheon Club? Taking place on the third Thursday of each month, the Rainbow Elders Luncheon Club provides a hot noontime meal to LGBTIQA people 60 years of age and older, their friends, and any supportive members of the public at large. Elders can be joined for lunch by their spouse [...]Find out more
Chronic Pain Self-Management helps people build self-confidence to assume an active role in managing their chronic pain by exploring... • The root cause of pain • Distraction and relaxation techniques • Techniques for dealing with difficult emotions, stress, fatigue, isolation, and poor sleep • Appropriate exercise • Strategies on healthy eating, weight management, and nutrition [...]Find out more
Come in out of the cold and let the good times roll with us during February Fun Week! Don't miss a sensory-friendly trampoline hour at Bounce Western Mass on 2/22! Back by popular demand, we have rented out BOUNCE! Trampoline Sports again! Join us for an hour of fun. The music will be turned off [...]Find out more
Springfield Partners for Community Action is hosting it's quarterly First Time Home Buyers Class on Saturday, February 23rd and Saturday, March 2nd for 9:30 - 3 PM. Classes are held at the agency office located at 721 State Street, Springfield and refreshments are served. Springfield Partners hold duel certifications, HUD-certified and CHAPA approved to provide [...]Find out more
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Clinical Social Workers is an eight-week educational program that enables you to explore a wide variety of mindfulness practices in a supported setting with other clinicians. Research has demonstrated that MBSR has measurable benefits including reducing stress, fostering emotional regulation and promoting well-being. This structured, sequential program provides a [...]Find out more
Chronic Disease Self-Management helps people build self-confidence to assume an active role in managing their chronic illness through… • The mind-body connection • Getting a good night’s sleep • Action planning • Physical activity and exercise • Dealing with difficult emotions and depression • Healthy eating • Relaxation • Communication skills Local volunteer leaders lead [...]Find out more
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