"The Center is able to serve our community because of friends like you. In the midst of a pandemic our community’s love has poured out to The Center. Your help has allowed us to spread love back to our community.
Our food pantry that pre COVID served 70 individuals a month, continues to serve hundreds weekly.
Let’s give thanks and serve together to help ease the pain of food insecurity. Count your blessings and help us make lives better for our underserved families in need. We live in gratitude every day at The Center.”
Bonnie Michelle Cannon, Executive Director
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$1,200 feeds a family for a month
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PO Box 1197
Bridgehampton, NY 11932
IN HOUSE SOCIAL WORKER
The challenges for our marginalized families have increased dramatically. The Center hired our first ever Substance Misuse and Community Outreach Advocate in 2020, Kim Jones. These were and continue to be challenging times with the fear of COVID, the stress of job and housing losses and food insecurity. Kim provides one on one counseling for individuals and families and does Community Outreach. Kim is a Senior Prevention Coordinator, Peer Recovery Coach, Family Peer Advocate, and a NYS Certified Active Parenting Leader. She began a Recovery Group, a Father’s Parenting group and offers monthly talks on wellness and healthy living.
In 2021 Dora Romero, joined our team as our new IN-HOUSE NYS Licensed Social Worker. She has already made quite an impact at The Center. Dora handles Case Management and Individual/Family Counseling. She is Bilingual English/Spanish and does clinical evaluation and crisis intervention for our families, adolescent therapy, and has expertise with child victims of sexual abuse
V.I.V.A. at The Center/ Un Programa Latino
Valiente-BRAVE/ Inteligente- SMART/Valioso-IMPORTANT/Ambicioso- ASPIRING
V.I.V.A. is the Latinx Program at The Center offering programs and services geared toward our Latinx Community. The Center is embracing our community with English and Spanish classes, translation assistance, family counseling, legal services, and ENL classes.