- Thursday, March 5, 2015 at 9:25 am
The website being maintained by the six-member Recovery and Resiliency Team (RRT) is not only designed to be a clearinghouse of information for the local trauma response agency, but a resource for any other agency, nonprofit and grassroots organization maintaining or holding strategic events designed to support Newtown’s continued healing post 12/14.
- Monday, February 9, 2015 at 9:18 am
“We are the central place for support and resources for all community members, whether 12/14-related or not,” said Melissa Glaser. Ms Glaser is the community outreach liaison for the Newtown Recovery and Resiliency Team, funded through December 2015 by a Department of Justice grant.
- Wednesday, December 17, 2014
To the Editor:
“The grant from the Department of Justice for the Newtown Recovery and Resiliency Team (RRT) is expiring at the end of 2015...Extended funding from this agency is not expected.” (paraphrased) [“Recovery And Resiliency Team Looks Back, Forward After Six Months,” Bee, 12/12/14.]
- Friday, August 29, 2014
A new tenant is in place on the Fairfield Hills campus.
August 14 marked the launch of Newtown’s six-member Recovery and Resiliency Team, which is poised to work in partnership with local recovery providers, community organizations, and town employees in response to continued needs in our community post-12/14. Through grant funds, Newtown will lease the space for $1,000 a month for 18 months.
- Thursday, August 14, 2014
Newtown’s six-member Recovery and Resiliency Team is ready to begin seeing and assisting residents who have questions, or believe they or a loved one is suffering from post-12/14 traumatic effects. The team is, clockwise from left, project manager Margot Robins; case managers Catherine Gaida LCSW, Suzy DeYoung, MsEd, and Eileen Rondeau, RN; community outreach liaison Melissa Glaser, LPC; and clinical recovery leader Deb Del Vecchio-Scully, LPC.