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March Breakfast 2023- Funder Foundations Panel

Mount Holyoke College Willits-Hallowell Center 50 College Street, South Hadley, MA

Join HSF for our March Breakfast as our panel discusses the future of funding of Human Services in Western Mass.


Building Resilience from Within


JFS is pleased to offer this 6-week self-care series for caregivers and anyone experiencing heightened stress in their lives. Join us Thursdays, 3/16, 3/23, 3/30, 4/13, 4/20, 4/27, from 11am to 11:45am on Zoom. The program is free and open to the public. No experience is required. Drop-ins welcome. Registration is required. Click here to […]


Daniel Berger & Company Talk about the Mind & The Moon, Hearing Voices, and more

Join New York Times writer and author Daniel Bergner (The Mind and the Moon), Caroline Mazel-Carlton, Director of Training for the Western the Wildflower Alliance (formerly known as the Western Mass Recovery Learning Community or RLC), and Pastor Bob Bergner, Parish Priest at Grace and St. James Episcopal Church in Hamden, CT, and the author’s brother, in a conversation about the limits […]


WORKPLACE EQUITY SERIES 2023- Moving Forward With Action

Online via Zoom

This is a multisession series for organizations ready to take action in creating/enhancing their internal culture of equity.  HSF is bringing a multitude of voices to the table with a variety of engaging speakers.

Presented on two different paths:

AUDIT PATH- Learn the lessons and check out the series. This path gets participants involved in all workshops.

CERTIFICATE PATH- Take a deeper dive and gain an equity support system. This path gets participants involved in all workshops, as well as a guided conversation before each session about how the lessons from the previous were applied. Those taking this path will also be invited to HSF’s first Equity Roundtable Discussion meetings for the next year. 



NCYF Building; 203 East St, Easthampton or Online 203 East St, Easthampton, MA

HSF is pleased to announce our ADVANCED MANAGEMENT SKILLS SERIES! This certificate series is designed to invest in and promote leaders from within to secure the future of the human services in Western MA. This program will provide experienced leaders, supervisors, managers, and directors with the high level trainings to gain the skills they need to succeed as they advance in the human service field!

Working with Childhood Trauma and Abuse

This workshop will enhance your skills in asking about, understanding, and working with persisting fears to eliminate them. Topics will include but are not limited to understanding the role of trauma in mental health; Why traumas persist from infancy; Identifying frozen terror, blockages, barriers, generating trust; Facilitating disclosure, Working through guilt; Silent ways a child […]


17th Annual Fair Housing and Civil Rights Conference

Online 12 Constance Street, London, England

- Detangling Dobbs: The Intersectionality Between Housing Instability And Reproductive Rights - Top Ten Tips/Guide for Undocumented Immigrants Post-Arrival - The Future of Civil Rights - Gender Identity and Expression Testing: key considerations in test design & LGBTQIA+ best practices These are just a few of the 20+ workshops and presentations available at the 17th […]


HR Virtual Roundtable

Online via Zoom

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. 

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