Getting Involved

CCNTR counts on citizens, civic groups, businesses, agency staff, schools, town officials and health care providers in the Twin Rivers to be involved in the community. There are many ways to get involved.

CCNTR has community representative seats on the Board of Director. There are teams working on project activities and tasks. Volunteers help at member agencies. Business leaders lend their support with letters of commitment to CCNTR projects. Organizations provide space for meetings, training and events. Agencies work together on grant applications and share financial resources. People share information they have learned with others who need it. Trails get developed and maintained.

The Caring Community Network of the Twin Rivers doesn't serve clients directly. It offers many ways for people and agencies to come together, get involved, develop more partnerships and make a difference in the life of the community.

If you would like to work with us for healthier communities, there are many ways to get involved. Email us at rsilverberg@CCNTR.org or call 934-0177 and speak with Richard Silverberg, CCNTR Managing Director.