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Fee for classifieds is $15 for up to 300 characters & spaces and 5 cents per extra character & space. Submit online at NaturalNewHaven.com. Deadline is the 12th of the month.


AFFORDABLE HOUSING SUPPORT


GREATER NEW HAVEN COMMUNITY LOAN FUND –Mission: to create & sustain vibrant neighborhoods & communities. Through lending & investment, the Fund is a flexible source of alterna- tive financing for affordable housing & community development in Greater New Haven. gnhclf.org.


ALS SUPPORT


THE ALS ASSOCIATION CONNECTICUT CHAPTER–Leading the fight to treat & cure ALS through research & advocacy while em- powering people w/Lou Gehrig’s Disease & their families to live fuller lives w/compas- sionate care & support. 4 Oxford Road, Unit D4. Milford. 203.874.5050, WebCT.alsa.org.


AUTISM & JOB SKILLS


ROSES FOR AUTISM–Workers w/some form of Autism learn job skills while supporting agri- cultural community. Locally grown roses are sold in CT, NY & MA. Proceeds support vocational opportunities for those w/Autism. Pinchbeck’s Rose Farm. 929 Boston Post Rd. Guilford. 203.453.2186, RosesForAutism.com.


CANCER SUPPORT


CANCER SUPPORT COMMUNITY OF SOUTHERN CT–A Cancer Support Community’s affiliate providing professional programs of emotional support, education & hope for people affected by cancer at no charge so that no one faces cancer alone. Branford. 203.483.4227, Cancersupportcommunitysct.org.


CHILDCARE CHOICES


ALL OUR KIN, INC. –Organization aims to edu- cate and empower parents and teachers, give fami- lies child care choices, and expand access to high- quality early care and education. 134 Grand Ave. New Haven. 203.772.2294. Allourkin.org.


THE ASSOCIATION OF HOLE IN THE WALL CAMPS–A growing global network of innovative camps/programs providing life-changing experienc- es to children w/serious medical conditions, always free of charge. CT Camp in Ashford. Dev. Ofc.: New Haven, 203.772.0522, HoleintheWallCamps.org.


CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY


CONNECTICUT VOICES OF CHILDREN –Mission: to promote the well-being of Connecti- cut’s young people and their families by advocating for strategic public investments and wise public policies. Connecticut Voices for Children. 33 Whitney Ave. New Haven. 203.498.4240.


CULTURAL ARTS IN OXFORD


OXFORD CULTURAL ARTS COMMISSIONS (OCAC)–Enhancing the quality of life of Oxford citizens & surrounding communities through the support of artistic & cultural activities such as music, theater, dance, painting, sculpture, architecture, lit- erature, films, arts & crafts. Oxfordculturalarts.org.


DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES


SARAH, INC.–A family of agencies committed to providing advocacy, services & support for people w/intellectual & other disabilities & to promoting opportunities for full inclusion in their communities. Local chapter of ARC (thearc.org). 246 Goose Ln. Ste. 101. Guilford. Sarah-inc.org.


ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION


CITIZENS CAMPAIGN FOR THE ENVIRON- MENT (CCE)–Agency works to build widespread citizen awareness and advocacy for the protection of the natural environment and public health. CT office: 2404 Whitney Ave. 2nd Flr. Hamden. 203.821.7050, Citizenscampaign.org.


FIFTY PLUS LIFESTYLE


AARP–Nonprofit, nonpartisan org. w/a membership that helps people age 50 & over have independence, choice & control in ways that are beneficial & affordable to them & society as a whole. State ofc.: AARP Connecticut in Hartford. 1.866.295.7279 (toll-free), aarp.org/states/ct.


LMT NEEDED


LICENSED MASSAGE THERAPIST NEEDED AS INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR–5-10 hrs. per week daytime and/or evening hours. Prime location in Hamden, CT. Growing cooperative enter- prise including Hill Massage Therapy and Lifetime Health. YORHealth.com/LifetimeHealth. Please email resume to: YORHealthyLife@yahoo.com.


LYME DISEASE SUPPORT


TRIBURY LYME DISEASE TASK FORCE– “Raising awareness of Lyme and other prevalent tick- borne diseases.” Serving Middlebury, Southbury, Woodbury, Bethlehem & surrounding communities of NW CT. Support Grp. meets monthly 3rd Thurs. @ 1pm. support@triburylyme.org, Triburylyme.org.


MASSAGE


RENEW THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE & BODY- WORK–Too much stress? Pain from injury? Make an appt. w/staff for massage that calms mind, relax & heals body. Multiple massage & treatment op- tions. Cheryl Conway, LMT, Owner. 410 State St. (corner of Skiff St.). North Haven. 203.248.6897, cherylconwaylmt.com.


OPERA & COMMUNITY


HILLHOUSE OPERA COMPANY–Community- based opera company in New Haven seeking to produce & promote opera in the wider community & promote community through opera. Opportuni- ties for auditioning, volunteering, interning and performing. HillhouseOperaCompany@gmail.com, HillHouseOperaCompany.org.


PET THERAPY FOR CHILDREN


SOUL FRIENDS, INC–The Center for Human- Animal Kindness “healing the hearts of children one wagging tail at a time.” Mission: to provide innovative clinical & educational programs that promote the healing benefits of the human-animal bond & nature for children. Soul-friends.org.


QUILTING IN CT


MARY LACHMAN QUILTS & ARTIST’S BLOG–Connecticut-based mixed media art- ist shares her work, thoughts, some links to other artists & occasional info. about upcom- ing events. Marylachmanquilts.blogspot.com, Marylachman.com/home.html.


REFLEXOLOGY


PAMPER YOURSELF FROM HEAD TO TOE–Release stress, Alleviate pain, Improve Sleep/Energy, Detoxify body. Reserve for hands &/or feet. Wallingford. w/Diane Esposito, Cert. RMT/Reflexologist/Intuitive Holistic Coach. Pkg. Discounts/Specials on website. Call 203.284.1204 or PersonalHarmonyandHealth.com.


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