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Holyoke Safe Neighborhood Initiative

Meeting Notes

Date:   February 14, 2018

Time:   1:00pm to 2:30pm

Place:   Holyoke Public Library

 

Mission Statement: The Holyoke Safe Neighborhood Initiative is a partnership between local, state & federal law enforcement; city & state government; civic & human service organizations; faith based organizations; the business community; education providers; property managers; and residents coming together with a goal to create safe, healthy & economically viable neighborhoods through information sharing, identifying at-risk youth, referrals and community efforts in specific Holyoke neighborhoods.

Welcome & Introduction                                                                1:00pm - 1:05pm        

Ed introduced himself and informed everyone he is from the Hampden County Sheriff’s Department.

Shelly Lenn (The Garden: A Center for Grieving Children and Teens)     1:05pm - 1:20pm

Shelly introduced herself and gave an overview of the main philopsohy of the program. It is that grief is a normal response to any loss/change. Focuses on death of someone close. They engage ages 5-18 no limits on death of individual, no limits on where or when death occurred.

The agency is dased in Northampton, but work with wide catchment from Springfield to Greenfield.. Meet students at school and hold groups – have groups at Holyoke High School. Wednesday – Greenfield Middle School. Shelly continued to say that there is no limit on tears or tissues allowed at The Garden, processing emotion is normal and natural reactions. Some of the examples of tools used: “Tough Boris” book (Read a line, have children/clients repeat reoccurring line. Book geared towards preschoolers but used with students from pre-K to high school. Message of book is every one cries)

Other tools used: Finding common grounds – write what you are thinking/afraid of, put in middle of circle, each read random note aloud without judgement. More tools used: How can you feel safe? Talk on the phone walk walking down the street alone, wear your seatbelt and don’t drive distracted, tell you grandmother today you love her if you are worried of losing her. Worry about grades, moving on, taking things for granted, college, taking nothing for college is common occurance. Along with worries about losing other members or themselves getting sick 3rd, 4th & 5th grade – singer songwriter came in and worked with 4 kids to come up with a song of experiences in which the children had. Bright yellow paper – song written by 4 kids experiences and singer/songwriter. Spring program begins Feb 24h, 10 Sunday afternoons 2-4 PM in Northhampton for any family with children between ages 5-18 who has experienced death of someone close. Free of charge! 21st year of program. Referrals: schools, pediatricians, clinicians, word of mouth, religious settings

Agency Overview and Updates                                                         1:20pm - 2:20pm

Edgar Robles: Holyoke Public Schools

Friday 15th benefit concert will be at Metcalf School from 6-8pm. Friday 28th 5-7pm at Enlace. Next week is February break and kids will be off from school.

Sophie Schouboe: The Food Bank of Wester Ma

She handed out flyers for the locations of the food banks in the area. Offering snap application assistance along with DTA.

Helena Dixon: Valley Opportunity Council (VOC)

Valley opportunity council adult education: referrals for older students, high-set, English as a second language. There is a new class that is focused on people who have a GED, high-set or a diploma who want to work on reading, math, and writing in order to brush up on those points before going to college. They have classes for those that are pursuing citizenship. Classes run from April – June. Open enrollment for Bridge to College. Passed around flyer and talked about the many grants they have received to offer classes at various times in many different areas of study. Contact them at (413) 612-0206 for more information. Class is Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, from 9:30am-1ppm at VOC.

Allison Proctor: DHHS

HCAT is culmination of schoolbase coliotions for substance use to harm recovery, etc. Next meeting, March 13th 1-2:30 at Sheriffs Dept in Ludlow. Working on outreach packet of various resources in Hampden County.

Miguel Arce: Springfield Collge

Offered up students for agencies looking for interns.   Master’s student internship placement has to complete approximately 1000 hours.

Sandy Ward: Holyoke Public Library

Death Care Advocate / Mini-golf in library on April 6th: if you would like to sponsor there are spots available. Change 5 levels of library into 18 holes. $250 to sponsor hole – can have set up related to your business/cause. 1st hole and 18th hole are $500 to sponsor. (May be able to donate holes, would need to speak directly about possibilities).

Jose Rubero: Hypnosis Solutions MA

Free program for Veterans began in December – Started with 10 participants and now only has 9. Smoking cessation program for Veterans, monthly program at Veterans Center in Springfield (2 sessions). Also known as guy that rides the Paso Fino.

Jen Fernandes: United Way Pioneer Valley

THRIVE Program is a one stop finicial success center – free! Help with budgeting, credit scores, banking, pre-tax preperation, becoming more financially healthy. Does presentations and can come present. Used to have location on STCC – has moved to main office in Springfield on Main Street. A Few new coaches have begun (Neil, Walter) Thrive-on-the-go program.

Katlina Melednez: HCC

Community education project. Intakes are available over the phone or in person on Maple Street in Holyoke. Some levels do not have a wait list. Higher levels do have wait lists. Come in for orientation and placement.

Laura Banks: River Valley Counseling Center

Adolesence sexual health program manager looking for new community partners who they can teach (Spanish/English) ages 12-19. 8 hours of curriculum which can be spread out over weeks or also condensed. Services are free.

Joanne O’toole: Homework house

Tutoring from Holyoke, free! 1 to 1 or 1 to 2 tutoring services which help engagement of children. Many tutors are from Mount Holyoke, Smith college, UMASS. Some waiting lists, other no waiting lists. Have locations in the flats / Appleton street. Tutor over 100 kids per day. Spelling Bee fundraiser on April 11th (Aaron Vega MC) @ the Mill at Open Square $150 for team of 3.

Dr Elaine Campbell: River Valley Counseling Center

Main office is Beech Street, have locations in Holyoke, Chicopee, Springfield, Easthampton, Hatfield and soon to be in Hadley. Partners with school departments to provide in house services for those who cannot attend services otherwise. Child prescribors (English and Spanish speaking) in all clinics, can typically see individuals within 3 months of wait lists. Grants running to help improve services, now have substance abuse license

Denise Kelly-Lachat: Hampden County DA’s office

April events – Job fair, 3x3 basketball tournament on Patriot’s Day @ AIC for youth. April 4th, distracted driving event @ basketball hall of fame – good for kids who are about to drive or getting ready to drive. Show film / guest speakers who have been in distracted driving accidents / have goggles to see effects of distorted driving. Winter Basketball Championship this Friday @ 5:30 PM.

Iohann Vega: Gandara

Development center/media outlet – provide services for youth in community (up to age 24) on education support. Work with Holyoke high school and Mt Tom academy from HCC to have event with discussion and group session with “black lives matter”. Continue spreading notion of what local media access (Radio Plasma) with creating contet which happen here in Holyoke to be able to be more engaged and open diolouge in order to reach more people and also bring awareness to events which occur within the city.

Ruth Tirado: Community Education Projcet

Education/career: offer day/evening classes for free, along with GED/PREP classes, recruiting students who would like to progress on English speaking skills. Enrolling for Spring but mostly looking for summer participants.

Naisha Hernandez, Girl Scouts of Central and Western Ma

Build relationships/bring awareness and educate.

Lt Maria Pelchar: Holyoke Fire Department

Fire safety workshops available.

Andres Villada: Holyoke Mayor’s Office

Hosted event with heart transplant recipients, no major updates yet but things will be rolling out in the next few months. Door is always open if needed

Cass Pasterelle: Ealge Eye

Work with Holyoke Students, work with urban students to bring environmental awareness and experiences. Holyoke High Dean Campus, Lighthouse Holyoke. Build relationships with youths, youth groups, faith base orginzation. 1-2 day programs, over night programs. Developing outside afterschool program to engage Holyoke students in the outdoors. Looking for group for this summer. Week long internships.

Terri Lombardo: Headstart

Service children beginning at 4 weeks old, along with pregnant women that have just given birth.

Michael Moriarity: One Holyoke CDC

Community development center: community engagement director, Izzy has moved on. Just hired Nairobi, new work developing within the flats. Kick off meeting where several dozen signed up for new community member on Canal Street. Building community advise board. Kicked off year long literacy inicitive, Holyoke a City Who Reads. Spread word of value of literacy and reading going on all year long.

Walter Rice: Pioneer Valley

THRIVE one stop success centers: build “to-go” model around pioneer valley, non-profit

Bishop Boyd: NAMI / Kenya Foreign Missions

April 2nd annual art show, Chicopee 9:30 Castle of Knights. Welcome all artists with mental illnesses, a way to advertise/sell artwork. Kenya Foreign Mission: orphan school of 302 children, raising money to be able to bring 30 kids here during the month of August. Looking to hold 2 concerts to raise money. Children affected by AIDS, no parents, little nourishment.

Rondey Allen: Crosspoint Clinical

Faith based counseling, psychotheraphy sensitive to faith. Provide other psychoeducation opportunies which integrate faith. Revelation wellness: 8 week guided, spiritual and fitness components. Online Zoom 8-9:30 (approximately). Pastors Luncheon: CS Lewis quote “We are not bodieswith a soul, but souls with a body.” free luncheon to provide educational services with perspectives of experiences mental health counselors. March 28th topic: Issues of the modern family

Deb Shaier: Holyoke boared of health

Outbreak of hepititus A among homeless, if anyone needs vaccine please contact. Facebook webpage in progress. Volunteer at Red Cross: 18+ looking for volunteers

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Khalil Rodriguez: Vanguard movement

Refocus gang members towards other lifestyles, build emotional and educational development with peace treaties

Melvin Malave: ROCA Holyoke

17-24 year old men involved in the system – emotional/literacy services, etc. Young mothers program: provide transportation to/from programming, room for children for mothers to engage in programs. Young mothers do not have to have any criminal attachment, commonly have DCF involvement.

 

Mel Antuno: Way finders Holyoke/Springfield

Redevelopment of property, expand waiting list for those who work in agricultural fields and need housing.

Terry Murphy: Ward 2 City Councilor

If you need help with someone within the city but are not getting responses, will listen and give respect to proposals. Looking for volunteers for afterschool programs from 3:45-5:15 PM Tues/Thurs with 1st-4th graders basketball program. Park department is overseeing, contact parks department.

Old Business / New Business

Next Meeting is Thursday, March 14th at 1:00pm Holyoke Public Library

Close Meeting                                                                                           2:30pm

Contact Information:

Edward Caisse

Hampden County Sheriff’s Department

(413) 858-0225

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Holyoke Safe Neighborhood Initiative

Meeting Agenda

Date:   January 10, 2019

Time:   1:00pm to 2:30pm

Place:   Holyoke Public Library

Mission Statement: The Holyoke Safe Neighborhood Initiative is a partnership between local, state & federal law enforcement; city & state government; civic & human service organizations; faith based organizations; the business community; education providers; property managers; and residents coming together with a goal to create safe, healthy & economically viable neighborhoods through information sharing, identifying at-risk youth, referrals and community efforts in specific Holyoke neighborhoods.

Welcome & Introduction                                    1:00pm - 1:05pm        

Migdalia Rivera: Caregiver Homes                  1:05pm - 1:20pm

Migdalia stated that she is the community liaison for Caregiver Homes and has been working with them for the last 4 years. They are a group of experienced care managers working with complex cases. They create strong bonds with families and guide them in financial assistance along with providing support to the live in caregivers. The importance of in home caregiving is to reduce cost to health insurances. People that like to remain in home, still have a case manger and nurse oversight to solve barriers related to social determinants to health.

They serve individuals that have Masshealth standard or CommonHealth, also have mco, aco, sco, pace, once care coverage. To qualify 16 years and over and need assistance with bathing, dressing walking ambulation transfers toileting and eating. Caregiver needs to be over 18 and they live in home. Must pass a physical exam and CORI check Those considered are : parents, sibling over the age of 18, friends, and none married partners. Financial pay tax free stipend two times a month. Offer paid leaves of absence up to 15 days per calendar year. Offer 14 days of alternate caregiver. Referrals to DMH, DDS, DTA and School Departments. Offer specialty care behavioral health visiting nurse etc. Gave several examples of families that they have assisted throughout the years and the obstacles they faced before they came into home. Make a referral at www.caregiverhomes.com or call Migdalia at (413)209-1010 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Agency Overview and Updates                                  1:20pm - 2:20pm

Stephany Garcia: Donahue School

Parent meetings once a month. Meeting for parents that have kids who are learning English on 22nd of the month.

Barbara DeSouza and Christina Proietti: AG Office

Barbara introduced herself as an assistant attorney general working out of 1441 Main Street office in Springfield. Christina is one of their investigators in the fair labor division. In 2018 they reported that the Springfield fair labor division collected 1 million in restitution and distributed to workers. 1/1/19 min wage increased to $12 an hour. Brought handouts wage/hour poster. Service rate (tipped employees) rose to $4.35 an hour. Guides to workplace rights and responsibilities handouts and information re community engagement division provided for possible trainings, including child labor presentation in high school and middle school to let them know their rights. Quarterly wage theft clinic held in Springfield at Bishop Marshall Center. Private bar counsel available to meet and provide free legal advice. Next meeting in April

Shannon Sarkisian: Holyoke Community College

Works at HCC /admissions. Non credit work force programs starting this year for free.

Line cooks training

English language learners

Farm tech

Medical assisting

Required to have high school credential. Catalina can work with them if they are pursuing high school equivilancy. Clients looking to enroll for associate degree contact Shannon. Spring semester starts 1/28 for those over 60 can take part in senior waiver for many classes as possible for $50. Only enroll within last two weeks of classes.

Jennifer Moulton Proctor: United way

Volunteer income tax program in partnership- with VOC and Springfield partners. Sent flyers out when recruiting volunteers starting actual appointments at end of January. Trying to target low to middle income families. Holyoke/ Chicopee/ Westfield.

Jen Fernaandez: United Way of Pioneer Valley

Thrive program is free to anyone; one stop financial success center assisting folks in getting back on their feet with finances. Budget/credit repair plus individual coaching. In Holyoke in Westfield. No longer at STCC. Just hired two new coaches. STCC location moving to 144 Main St. Clients that you want to refer contact info on flyer.

James Biscoe: Cleanslate

Outpatient treatment for opioid addiction suboxone vivitrol. No wait list open enrollment.

Neil Desroches: US Attorney’s Office

Federal governments still functioning. Project safe neighborhood working with HSNI basketball with anti bullying curriculum. Identifying high risk kids. Opioid collaborative US Attorney initiated to coordinate responses to educate local doctors that prescribe opioids for those that have overdosed. Civil rights unit part of collaborative work with clients to have access to treatment under American with disability act.

James Maloney Hope for Holyoke

Thanks to Holyoke community for support during the holiday season. They were able to provide wonderful Christmas to Holyoke families. Thanked United church for 2nd annual sober Christmas event. 4th year anniversary on 1/25. . Sending out special invitations.

                                                                                                                                               

Ana Jemiolo: UHC

65 and older standard mass health enroll them in SCOPE programs for those with greater medical needs.

Miguel Arce: Springfield College                                                                                         

Appreciative of the efforts and coordination of services.

Sophie Maki: MAFHC

Always recruiting testers for fair housing. Paid opportunity if you have interest in housing discrimination. Funding for free housing training for health care providers.

Christine Cullen: Holyoke/Chicopee/Family Headstart

State grant from early education and care serves all families in Holyoke Chicopee and support families. Organize play groups for families as a child’s first teacher. Also have program called book buddies to help parents read to children. Bring families arcadia wildlife sanctuary. Engage with other parents. Nurturing place program working with infant and toddlers living shelters in Holyoke. Work on the development with parents.

ClairAnn Muddiman: Goodwill

Changes for new fiscal year. Additional partners for decrease generational poverty. Offices in Holyoke and Springfield new opportunity and outlook refer to them if looking for work.

Officer Walber Borrego: Holyoke PD

Offering support to community feel free to contact them.

Sophie Schouboe:Foodbank of Western MA

Website list of pantries in area in Springfield/Holyoke. Assist with SNAP via phone. Spanish English

Sandy Ward: Holyoke Public Library

Reminder on their annual fundraiser 18 hole mini golf coming up in the spring.

Andrew Cayward: DCF

Mentioned if anyone had questions surrounding DCF policies and protocols they could contact him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Melvin Malave: ROCA

ROCA has updates surrounding their circle training. Will be holding next week; MTW. Trainings provide education about participants, conflict resolution and information sharing. Works with significant population. Deal with street issues, building culture rules expectation on their premises. Opportunity to learn more about program. Springfield site. Hosting in Holyoke in next two three months. Utilized library previously. Transitional program 17 -24 proven risk young men in Holyoke. Springfield engages women also. DPW contract in Holyoke 5-6 guys go out everyday. Potential referrals. Going to jail afterwards to meet with young man releasing tomorrow.

Katalina Melendez: HCC

Located at 206 Maple Street in Holyoke. She services clients pursing HISET out of the Picknelly center. No waiting list for hiset classes during the day 9am & 3pm. They do transitions to Holyoke Community College afte registration. They have counselors and tutors, evening classes have a small wait list. Offer Spanish hiset. Contact her at (413) 552 2927.

Tyler: United Way of Pioneer Valley

Most of his work is on the opioid epidemic.

Sergio Vicente: Masshire Holyoke

Youth coordinator for masshire Holyoke. He is promoting Shannon youth program passed around flyer for services provided. Deal with some gang involved youth 13-24, DCF, DYS court involved and teen parenting. passed around flyer. Looking to engage specific neighborhoods, his contact information is the back of the brochure that he passed out.

Gladys Lebron Martinez: Masshire/City Councilor

Reminder that they service youth in need of job search. Help assist in certificate training workshops for computer skills and job readiness. Try to build confidence. Noticing effect of federal shutdown. City councilor working with wayfinders to combine meetings. Next meeting Thursday the 17th 5-730 at Lawrence school.

Chrismary Gonzalez: Springfield Department of Public Health

Grant works on family intervention with middle school students for no use of alcohol. Free community show 2/12 music school. 2/12 next meeting for opioid task force

Rondey Allen: Crosspoint Clinical Services

Christian counseling center. Client centered capable or serving that are not in the faith. Shared story about local church community that set up counseling ministry within walls and someone committed suicide.   Reminded him of why services need to be offered. Specialize to fill gaps and reach out to those involved in faith community and pastors.   Host pastor luncheons and education about managing issues. Variety of programs anger management respect 101. Smart step families blending families with other children. Revelation wellness for those interested in getting in shape. 1/26 having a meet up, facilitator will describe the program. Cross Point Clinical Services (413) 732-7677 www.crosspointclinical.org

Israel Rivera: One Holyoke CDC

New projects this year and will be launching a 52 week campaign next week in Holyoke. “ Holyoke the city that reads” will highlight a Holyoke person that is reading and what they are reading; English and Spanish. Ask folks to help nominate people, would like to have a pool to choose from. Would like to see it shared across social media websites. Volunteer recognition dinner 2/8 Jays Bed and Breakfast will cater the food and night out for volunteers. Portuguese American Club/ Flats Community Club.

Kathy Anderson: Holyoke Medical Center

Community health needs, can provide education, screening. Dinner once per month looking to move bi weekly. Will provide transportation to pick people up for meal in Holyoke/Chicopee.

Old Business / New Business

Next Meeting is Thursday, February 14th at 1:00pm Holyoke Public Library

Close Meeting                                                                2:30pm

Contact Information:

Edward Caisse

Hampden County Sheriff’s Department

(413) 858-0225

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Holyoke Safe Neighborhood Initiative

Meeting Agenda 

Date:   November 8, 2018

Time:   1:00pm to 2:30pm

Place:   Holyoke Public Library

Mission Statement: The Holyoke Safe Neighborhood Initiative is a partnership between local, state & federal law enforcement; city & state government; civic & human service organizations; faith based organizations; the business community; education providers; property managers; and residents coming together with a goal to create safe, healthy & economically viable neighborhoods through information sharing, identifying at-risk youth, referrals and community efforts in specific Holyoke neighborhoods.

Welcome & Introduction                                                       1:00pm - 1:05pm        

Krista Gale, Delano Walker and Patrick Sparks                      1:05pm - 1:20pm      

            RED (Racial and Ethnic Disparities) Subcommittee of JDAI                                                                                                                     

Springfield Specialty Court was started to address people in the Criminal Justice (CJ) system with mental illness and addiction issues. RED presented a short film on their program. Core value is to reduce racial and ethnic disparities within the Criminal Justice System. It really is a fellowship of people to end racial tension. System is disproportionate in terms of Black people being the vast majority. What can be done to impact the kids and the system in Mass.

Fairness and results need to work together for a shared vision. Juvenile justice system has a responsibility to the youth. 12-18 years old children charged with crimes/delinquent behavior. Children of color are at a disadvantage in poverty stricken areas and in schools. Discussed the pains and difficulties of a youth who is locked up and detained in regards to the strip-searching and being shackled. They included an activity with chocolate to demonstrate the disparities between black and white youth in detention. Committed to working with police, schools, and courts. Proposing race neutral changes.

Patrick countered with the discussion is not about overt racism but about systemic racism and implicit bias. Looks to prevent ruining children’s’ lives. Knows 17 trades and would like to work with youths in vocational trades.

Agency Overview and Updates                                       1:20pm - 2:20pm

Mariliyn Nunez: MSPCC

Provide individual and group therapy for youth that are impacted by trauma. Worcester and Holyoke. Set up screenings to find the appropriate place for the youth.

Nicole Young: United Way of Pioneer Valley

Provide free tax assistance. Looking for volunteers.

Helena Dixon: Valley Opportunity Council

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) relies on dedicated volunteers to provide free tax services to low and moderate income residents of Hampden County each year from mid-January through mid-April. Free training is provided. Sites in Chicopee, Holyoke, Springfield and Westfield. Contact them at (413) 612-0206

Maria Flores Lopez: Salvation Army

Holiday fundraising Turkey Dinner on November 18th. November 27 and 28 will be their annual toy registration for children up to 12 Holyoke Chicopee and South Hadley and Granby.

Luis Perez: Food Bank

Reaching out to organizations to help people fill out applications for food stamps. They will be at MassHire Holyoke on Thursdays 10am-1pm do not need to be unemployed. Spanish and English

Kathy Anderson: Holyoke Medical Center

Salvation Army pays the people ringing the bells for the kettles. Offers to put out a sign of the agency sponsoring the bell, cost is $150 to sponsor. November 15th flu shots at Saint Paul’s 11:30 to 1pm. November 29th will be their community dinner. Contact Maria for more information. Dinner is at hospital once per month 3:45-4:45. Can bring tickets to agencies if you know they are interested.

Bishop Neil Boyd: NAMI / Kenya Foreign Missions

Bringing 30 kids from Kenya. Concerts in Holyoke. November 24, 2-8pm at MLK, raffles, entertainment, fundraising. For more information and support call Bishop Neal Anthony (413) 222-0255. Donate at https://www.gofundme.com/kenya-foreign-missions. Handed out flyers.

Denise Kelly-Latchet, Hampden County DA Office

High School Basketball sign ups this week, always looking for volunteers.

Miguel Arce: Springfield College

Miguel commented on the efforts of the meeting and the work that everyone is doing to benefit the community.

Israel Rivera: One Holyoke CDC

Flats community building program with UMASS architecture for 8th and 9th graders in art and design. Get kids involved with UMASS students and professors to work on art and design. Raising money for the community dinner. 300-400 residents served at Kelly school. Looking for sponsors and volunteers.  

Rondey Allen: Cross Point

Christian Counseling Agency. Working on a grant funded program cognitive process therapy. Referrals for people struggling with a traumatic incident. About to be certified for reconnection with Red Cross for soldiers returning to get skills in community.

Joanne O’Toole: Homework House

Joanne stated that the Homework House is currently servicing youth in the Flats at Immaculate Conception Church, Our Lady of Guadalupe on Chestnut Street and St. Pauls. The Homework House does Free tutoring and mentoring for grades 1-8 Jan 7th thru 22. In need of tutors. Hobby days are on Fridays and are always looking for volunteers.

Maria Egerstrom: Saint Paul’s

Providing lunch for veterans and their family every Thursday. Most are comprised of Vietnam Vets and looking for younger vets that have served in last 20 years.

Marisol Guevara: Springfield College:

Springrfield College has two new programs beginning in January that are fully online. Many trainings count towards the degree. They have two upcoming open houses: 11/8, 6-8 and 11/10, 1-3.

Nikita Perez: STEM Academy

Gaining information from the meeting. Introduced Corrine Moguel from the STEM Academy.

Jose Bou: Holyoke Public Schools

Equity family and Partnership Coordinator

Glenda Morales: Morgan School

Talked about chronic absenteeism and how to identify youth that are not reading at grade level ten to lose interest in school. She mentioned the school department’s Strive for less than 5 days absent campaign. Shared a story about a youth she tried to follow up with but the kid was in jail. Wants to push for legislation to try harder.

Stefany Garcia: Donahue School

Puerto Rican celebration 11/9. Fight institutionalized racism. Dine out for Donehue for PTO Wednesday, 11/15 at Red Robins

Edgar Robles: Holyoke Public Schools

Passed around flyer for strive for less than 5 (absences).

Sgt. Jeff Joniec: Holyoke PD

Shared a story of altercation at Paulo Freire Charter School, explained that the staff had an expectation that the police had to arrest when they arrived. Youth was just ready to be arrested even though that was not what was happening. Expressed the concern that policies have changed which is putting a stress on the officers and the youth and schools. DA will be informing the officers of new policies surrounding disorderly conduct in schools.

Laurie Dimock: Girl Scouts

K-12 programming. Bringing activities to other events and looking for partners

Maria Pagan: Holyoke Public Library

Saturday, December 1st is the end of year concert on Main Street. Tickets available at front desk. Passed out flyers and pamphlet for the Holyoke Public Library. Access to all resources with library card and spoke about website. Learn and Express/ Job search and career accelerator to assist those in finding jobs.  Offers computer skills. Licensing. Learning language for LEO and EMS. Self-development courses free online. Music classes.

Mini golf in the library. Looking for sponsors for the mini golf holes.

Rachel Dowd: Holyoke Public Library

All spots are full for upcoming course. Tuesday afternoon’s 4:15-6:30 Pokémon and D&D club.

Babysitting on Saturday all 35 spots filled.

Sandy Ward: Holyoke Public Library

Music classes. Mini golf in the library. Looking for sponsors for the mini golf holes. The event will be held on Saturday April 6th, asked folks to mark their calendars.

Jamie Santiago: MSPCC

Taking referrals in home therapy at mspcc.org.

Nestor Rivera: Mass mentoring partnerships

Organizing MMP connects events for those that service youth. Provides networking opportunities for youth programs and strategies. Offer trainings for mentors and mentees based on best practices and work with organizations to assist by funding and unity grants. Next event is in February TBA.

Katalina Melendez: HCC Picknelly Center

They offer Spanish classes, Hiset, scheduling orientations, ESOL classes, community Ed project, and adult learning center in Ludlow. Call Marisol @ 552 4990 to schedule orientation.

Family Fun Night at Morgan on Friday, 11/30/18 5pm to 7pm     2:20pm - 2:25pm

Old Business / New Business

Next Meeting is Thursday, December 13th at 1:00pm Holyoke Public Library

Please forward our flyers for the upcoming Basketball Leagues

Tonight: 11/8/18: High School Sign-Ups at the Boys and Girls Club 6pm

Friday: 11/9/18: 3rd & 4th and 5th & 6th Grade at the YMCA at 6pm

Tuesday: 11/13/18: 7th & 8th Grade at Lawrence School at 6pm

Close Meeting                                                                             2:30pm

Contact Information:

Edward Caisse

Hampden County Sheriff’s Department

(413) 858-0225

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Holyoke Safe Neighborhood Initiative

Meeting Notes

Date:   December 13, 2018

Time:   1:00pm to 2:30pm

Place:   Holyoke Public Library

Mission Statement: The Holyoke Safe Neighborhood Initiative is a partnership between local, state & federal law enforcement; city & state government; civic & human service organizations; faith based organizations; the business community; education providers; property managers; and residents coming together with a goal to create safe, healthy & economically viable neighborhoods through information sharing, identifying at-risk youth, referrals and community efforts in specific Holyoke neighborhoods.

 

Welcome & Introduction                                                    1:00pm - 1:05pm        

 

MassHire Holyoke (Formerly CareerPoint):                        1:05pm - 1:20pm

President and CEO David Gadaire and Youth Service Director Gladys Lebron-Martinez                         

David Gadairie- MassHire is a one stop career center to help the local workforce and business community that focuses on growing companies and their missions. Recently they decided to have a larger role in workforce development services that are needed in Holyoke. MassHire has a new program for people with disabilities which runs under the “Take it to Work” program. MassHire is the first career center in the state to start working with reentry issues using 8 different staff members along with  programs such as opioid addiction.  They assist people leaving jail and needing help finding housing and jobs etc. MassHire is working with identifying at risk youth who are likely to drop out of school and join gangs and for newly released people with violent pasts. They offer all of their services in Spanish and English. They recently been running career centers at schools in Holyoke and Westfield. MassHire has been working with influx of refugees from Puerto Rico including getting them job training and ESOL classes. The two main areas of MassHire are: job seekers and business services. Career counseling and training for employment are available for a variety of industries. Pre-apprenticeship for construction industry and recovery coaching for opioid addiction are also available. The walk-in counseling program provides services without needing an appointment. MassHire is running a resource center for people who don’t need that much guiding from staff but still need the resources. The Veterans program includes employment, substance abuse, housing, and mental health services. MassHire works with business by providing: service reps that meet with companies to understand the work places needs on a more personal level including cultural and works alongside job developers. They have a “caring by design” mentality and a slogan of: “we don’t hire people we hire families”. This means they are understanding of the need to attend to family issues when it comes to missing time in the work place. They also are very aware to be sensitive to cultural needs and differences with respect to Hispanic families.

Gladys Lebron-Martinez: She discussed the youth services and programs, youth center and career center, technology room for job searching and doing projects. MassHire has extended to having career centers in the high schools for vocational hands-on training and other fields.  They are getting students to explore, build resumes and speech skills as well as interview skills. MassHire has a focus on youth sports funding. They offer youth works program for kids between the ages of 14-21 and internship programs. Collaboration between WGBY allowed for a news for a story about their background. They are also receiving partial grant money to help troubled youth. They have an upcoming event on Jan 8th.

Agency Overview and Updates                                         1:20pm - 2:20pm

Ralph Webb: Food works

New class starting on January 14th. It is a 12-week culinary life skills program. Through Providence Ministries they try to offer 3 classes per year.  They are also taking donations for families in need through the holiday season. After the January class they will be holding another class in April.

Allison Proctor: Springfield DHHS

HCAT meeting at Hampden County Sheriff’s Department on Wedneday Jan 9th from 1pm-2:30.

James Biscoe: Clean Slate

Offers outpatient treatment for opioid and alcohol.  They are open every day to service community

Rondey Allen: Cross point

Christian counseling center. Client centered capable or serving that are not in the faith.  They accept insurance and run groups utilizing CB tools.  They facilitate three groups: Anger Management, A Woman of Moderation, and Saving Marriage before it starts.

They also are trying to bridge gap between mental health field and faith community.

They are looking to expand into Holyoke area. 

Cross Point Clinical Services (413) 732-7677 www.crosspointclinical.org 

Sharon Pineault: Goodwill Career Academy

They provide interview preperation, resume, job readiness skills.  Program provides vouchers to those engaged. They have a 12 week program for those interested in a career in human services. 

Israel Rivera: One Holyoke CDC

Israel thanked people for coming out and supporting his community dinner on 12/5.  He believes that they had between 300-350 in attendance. He continued to thank the school department for the event and other contributors. CDE and Umass art department, new arrivals project revisited for the youth projected for February 8th.

Anna Jaramillo: Holyoke Health Center

Health care, dental care, answering questions about masshealth, enrolment questions

Cheryl Labrie: YMCA

Gearing up for basketball league beginning this week in partnernship with HSNI.

Molly and Abby: Girls on the Run

They talked about Girls on the run of Western MA being a national program geared to after school. They engage girls from 3-8th grade afterschool program to teach about goal setting and life skills. Served 500 girls in 36 sites. Spring season starts in march predicting 70 schools and 1000 girls. Coming to HPS but welcoming other schools, recruiting coaches currently. Social emotional health and running.

Simon Elliot: Mass Fair Housing Center

The help families who are struggling to use section 8 housing and policies that say you need 3x the rent to qualify. Fair housing is making the case against discrimination caused by this. Fair housing testing program, like secret shopping for rental and sales market to detect discrimination which is later followed up. Sophie talked about an adapted skate program for people with disabilities.

Helena Dixon: Valley Opportunity Council (VOC)

Valley opportunity council adult education: referrals for older students, high-set, English as a second language. There is a new class that is focused on people who have a GED, high-set or a diploma who want to work on reading, math, and writing in order to brush up on those points before going to college.  Passed around flyer and talked about the many grants they have received to offer classes at various times in many different areas of study.  Contact them at (413) 612-0206 for more information. Class is Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, from 9:30am-1ppm at VOC.

Sophie Schouboe: The Food Bank of Wester MA

She handed out flyers for the locations of the food banks in the area. Offering snap application assistance along with DTA.

Dan Bisson: Catie’s closet

Talked about their partnership with public schools in Lowell. They identify unused space in schools to turn into free stores for people who need school supplies, clothing, toiletries etc.  70 of these have been set up in public schools around the state. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Conor Bevan: Holyoke Boys and Girls club

Thanked the basketball league partners and reported that the program is going well and is looking forward to the non-contatct boxing program starting next year.

Naisha Hernandez: Girl Scouts

Passed around information sheets on the Girl Scouts

Lt. Maria Pelchar: Holyoke Fire Department

Reported out on many car accidents (23) in December and to put phones down while driving.

Dean Santaigo: Peck School

They have an event on 12/19 at Peck School.  It will be an art show/bake sale.

Maritza Egerstrom: St Paul’s Church

Veterans program will be selling t-shirts next month.

Iohann Vega: Gandara

Iohann gave brief overview of the many services Gandara offers on Race Street in Holyoke surrounding computer literacy and technology.  He continued to say that they are developing young people to grow professionally in the field of journalism and media literacy through program called Radio Plasma.  Recently, the local cable station partnered with them to air their podcasts.  He continued to say that this will provide kids to with more opportunity to promote things that are happening in Holyoke. 

State Representative Aaron Vega

State Rep. Vega thanked the members in the room. He announced that he will be around for another 2 years. He encouraged everyone  to reach out to their state reps if they collect state funds.  Talked about DTA funding  if your clients get cash benefit, and get a job, thy no longer lose that cash benefit for 6 months after getting the job. The child care voucher is still good for 12 months after getting a job. Increased the assets from $2500 to $5000

Yoshi Bird/Senaida Torres: YWCA- Rape Crisis Center

Holyoke teen transition living for pregnant and teen new moms, other young teen help centers. Domestic violence survivors and financial stability help for them.  Senaida was introduced in her new role and will be working with survivors to get them financially stable when leaving an abusive relationship.

Rafael Santos: Hampden County Sheriff’s Department

Rafael talked about his role as a case manager to assist individuals who are transitioning home.  He provides in reach services to identify their areas of need and refer them out to the many agencies in the room.  Employment and mental health referrals. Challenges facing the real ID which requires birth certificates and social security cards. Addressed identity theft issues. Basketball league helping out Ed with delivering curriculum at the YMCA

David Mccoy: HSNI Outreach

Talked about his work with Hope for Holyoke- help for alcohol and drug addiction. Event at Bethany Assembly of God this weekend, ‘Christmas Tree Extravaganza’.  It will be this weekend Friday/Saturday and Sunday 3- 6

Officer Edgar Lopez: Holyoke Police Dept. 

Works with code enforcement and the board of health.

Ed- talked about the basketball leagues at the boys and girls club and YMCA, bullying curriculum, intentional

mentorship and character development.

Old Business / New Business

Next Meeting is Thursday, January 10th at 1:00pm Holyoke Public Library

Close Meeting                                                                          2:30pm

 

Contact Information:

Edward Caisse

Hampden County Sheriff’s Department

(413) 858-0225

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Holyoke Safe Neighborhood Initiative

Meeting Notes

Date:   October 11, 2018

Time:   1:00pm to 2:30pm

Place:  Holyoke Public Library

Mission Statement: The Holyoke Safe Neighborhood Initiative is a partnership between local, state & federal law enforcement; city & state government; civic & human service organizations; faith based organizations; the business community; education providers; property managers; and residents coming together with a goal to create safe, healthy & economically viable neighborhoods through information sharing, identifying at-risk youth, referrals and community efforts in specific Holyoke neighborhoods.

Welcome & Introduction                                                                1:00pm - 1:05pm        

Jen Fernandes (United Way Thrive Program)                                 1:05pm - 1:20pm

Jen talked about the Thrive financial success centers that are here to help you get ahead with an array of free and confidential services. They offer free financial coaching for credit repair, debt reduction, money skill classes through Peoples Bank, workforce training, and confidential intakes. With Thrive, you will learn goal setting and essential skills from overcoming financial difficulties to planning for the future. They have four locations across Western Massachusetts: Holyoke, 206 Maple St, Westfield, 36 Court St, Springfield, 1 Armory St, Holyoke, 303 Homestead Ave. Intakes take approximately 1-1.5 hrs and will meet individually or with couples. They are looking for an Americore Vista to help assist. Please contact Jen Fernandes @ (413) 333-8365 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Agency Overview and Updates                                                        1:20pm - 2:20pm

Edgar Robles: Holyoke Public Schools

Edgar talked about a new initiative ‘Strive for less than Five’.   They would like to partner with agencies and possibly offer incentives for students that have miss less than five day throughout the year.

Stefany Garcia: Donahue School

Math Night: 10/23

Cultural Night: 11/9

Jen Gonzalez: Holyoke Public Schools

Looking to partner with afterschool programs for homeless families.

Katalina Melendez: HCC

Education and training are the keys to success. They have free programs: HISET prep classes, ESOL, Transitions to College and Career classes, Computer workshops and Career exploration.

Lisa Brecher: Gandara Center

Lisa talked about their partnership with Tapestry for community outreach. They will be offering a Narcan training for Spanish speaking community on 11/7/18 from 5:30-7:30 at the Holyoke Public Library. They will provide childcare. Iohann Vega is in the process of creating video testimonial of those in recovery. Free to the public.

Cheryl Labrie: YMCA

Thursday, 10/25, from 6-8pm they will be having a Halloween Party/Haunted House

Rachel Dowd: Holyoke Public Library

They run an afterschool program Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday.

Denise Kelly-Lachat: Hampden County DA’S Office

Denise talked about the new Juvenile Court that opened up in Holyoke.

Pedro Alvarez: Tapestry Health

Thanked Gandara for partnering with them. First time doing this type of training in Spanish. 10/13, they will be having a community syringe Pick Up at 10am. If you’ve never volunteered for a community syringe pick up before, arrive at 9:45 for a brief training to ensure everyone knows how to safely collect and dispose of syringes before heading out with staff. All are welcome, but you must be 18 + to pick up syringes. They have call center to report syringe disposal. They will respond within 24 hours.

Kathy Anderson: Holyoke Medical Center

Her role with the Medical Center is to identify health issues in the community and bring education, awareness and support to them. Community dinner is held last Thursday of every month from 3:45-4:45. Flu Clinic on Saturday, 10/20/18 from 9am-11am in the Auxiliary Conference Center. Call (413) 534-2533 to book an appointment. Salvation Army is looking for donation on their Turkey Drive.

Mike Moriarty: One Holyoke CDC

Certified private nonprofit organization dedicated to improving housing for low and moderate income Holyoke residents. They have created over 160 new homes in the Flats, Churchill and Sough Holyoke neighborhoods. In 2014, One Holyoke CDC became the only certified Community Development Corporation based in the city of Holyoke. Will be providing transportation for those interested from Holyoke in attending the gubernatorial debate at Hynes Convention Center between Governor Baker and challenger Jay Gonzalez.

Kathy Veins: Greater Holyoke YMCA

Kathy talked about the upcoming basketball league that will be a partnership wtih HSNI, which they will be hosting at the YMCA on Friday nights.

Dean Santiago: Peck School

Looking to partner with the many agencies and can provide children and families to the many resource agencies.

Alison Proctor: Springfield DHHS

3 Day workshop (10/31-11/2) for MH Clinicians on CPT at UMASS Amherst, 9am-5pm. Received $1 million DOJ grant to mat out assets for substance abuse prevention along with looking at barriers and gaps. They will be doing more data collection in response to overdoses. Addiction panel film at City Stage tonight from 6-8 along with panel which includes DA Gullini.

Sophie Maki: Mass Fair Housing Center

Concentrate on issues surrounding housing discrimination. Offering free education and training about housing rights. Provide trainings for community groups, healthcare providers, tenants, landlords, property manager, realtors, first time homebuyers, newspapers and others.

Maria Flores Lopez: Salvation Army

Turkey Drive 11/1-11/21

Christmas Toy registration 10/29-11/1 from 9am -12pm/1pm-3pm. Documentation Needed: Photo ID, Birth Certificate, Recent Proof of Address, only Holyoke, Chicopee, South Hadley, and Granby.

Helena Dixon: Valley Opportunity Council (VOC)

Valley opportunity council adult education: referrals for older students, high-set, English as a second language. There is a new class that is focused on people who have a GED, high-set or a diploma who want to work on reading, math, and writing in order to brush up on those points before going to college. Passed around flyer and talked about the many grants they have received to offer classes at various times in many different areas of study. Contact them at (413) 612-0206 for more information. Class is Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, from 9:30am-1ppm at VOC.

Seneida Torres: Resource Fairs

Recently left Better life Homecare but is still looking to provide resource fairs. Does a lot of work in Springfield and is looking to add more in Holyoke. 10/19: Baymeadow Apartments 1-2pm and 10/18 at Colonial Estates 3:30-5:30. Please contact her at (413) 355-6317.

John Tansey: Community Resident

John is a neighbor to the Library and has space that could be office space available on Maple Street across from the Library.

Gladys Lebron Martinez: Masshire

CareerPoint has changed their name to Masshire but still offers the same services. They have ESOL and help pay for trainings to pursue careers such as a CDL. Talked about their partnership with HPD on the Shannon Grant for At Risk Youth to offer alternative resources.

Gladys talked about her work as the Ward 1 City Councilor. They had a recent meeting addressing the many concerns surrounding sex trafficking and opioid crisis. Approximately 70 people were in attendance and they are looking to do a community walk to reclaim neighborhood on 10/24 starting at Lawrence School at 5pm. Want to teach community how to take care of issues when they arise: lighting, fallen trees.

Danielle Crescione: Neari School

Talked about an initiative at NEARI called the Green Team on the Go. Group of students that will come out to the community and clean up specific areas.

Nikita Perez: Holyoke STEM Academy

Looking to partner with resources agencies and can offer children and families.

Chief Febo: Holyoke Police Department

He talked about being a good partner to the community and his department is looking to help when called out to and overdose. He continued to say that if someone calls 911 they are looking to save that person. Chief Febo talked about Ward 1 meeting that he was in attendance for and that many issues were brought forward.

Greg Ramos: Hampden County Sheriff’s Department

Ward 6 meeting tonight at Sullivan School from 6-8pm.

Iohann Vega: Gandara Center

Thursday is Media Literacy at the Holyoke Public Library. Holyoke High and Dean Tech working together. Have noticed that students are happy to speak in native language and will be presenting in Spanish.

Jessica Rivas: City of Chicopee

Looking for people to fill positions in the City of Chicopee (Chicopeema.gov). They are also looking for teens to work with their Parks and Rec department as referees. Costume/Halloween Party on 10/30.

Herman Wilkerson: AIC

Works in admissions at AIC and appreciates opportunity to attend meeting and network with other agencies. Talked about his upbringing in urban area and having the ability to offer those life options to those from similar backgrounds. He will be focusing outreach in Holyoke/Springfield area.

Melany Mendoza: Ma Mentoring
They are based out of Boston but target area is Holyoke/Springfield. They provide training around professional development. They also can provide funding and scholarships.

Alba Page: Springfield College Graduate Student

Will be working in partnership with HSNI and believes that hey can do amazing work.

Lt. Maria Pelchar: Holyoke Fire Department

Halloween Party on 10/25 from 2:30-5:30 at 600 High Street. They will have magic shows, a Tae Kwon Do demonstration, dances, repelling demonstration and explore service vehicles. Kids under 12 will receive a free Halloween bag.

Sandra Ramos: Foodbank

Looking to secure new place in community for SNAP benefits.

Mariliyn Nunez: MSPCC

They have five programs that they offer including in home therapy, a survival program, which focuses on anyone that has had a youth under 21 that has experienced trauma. They have a healthy families program. They are currently hiring and folks interested in applying can go to the MSPCC website. She also mentioned that if anyone wants to make a referreal to their program can also do so on the MSPCC website.

Jaime Santiago: MSPCC

Offer Mental Health First Aid Training and are looking for partnerships with other agencies that can assist with cost.  They can offer the training in both English and Spanish and primarily for adults over 18.  The mental health first aid is a nationwide suicide prevention curriculum.

David McCoy: HSNI Outreach

He and Ricardo are currently going to school to become recovery coaches and both are doing an internship with Hope for Holyoke. Stated that the doors are always open for Hope for Holyoke at 100 Suffulk St.

Rondey Allen: Cross point

Christian counseling center. Client centered capable or serving that are not in the faith. They accept insurance and run groups utilizing Cognitive Behavior tools. They facilitate three groups: Anger Management, A Woman of Moderation, and Saving Marriage before it starts. They also are trying to bridge gap between mental health field and faith community.

Alison Zolotor-Langone: EEC

Alison introduced herself and that she was with the Department Eary Education

Family Fun Night at Morgan School, Friday 10/26/18: Looking for volunteers 2:20pm - 2:25pm

Ed mentioned they are looking for volunteers to assist with the upcoming Family Fun Night that will be held at Morgan School on 10/26 from 5pm to 7pm.  There will be food and activities in both the cafeteria and gym including music and dance performances.

Old Business / New Business

Next Meeting is Thursday, November 8th at 1:00pm Holyoke Public Library

Upcoming Winter Basketball League: December 4th – February 15th

Ed mentioned that the Winter Basketball League will be kicking off at both the Boys and Girls Club and YMCA and will be looking for folks to assist in getting the word out.

Close Meeting                                                                                   2:30pm

Contact Information:

Edward Caisse

Hampden County Sheriff’s Department

(413) 858-0225

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