Enfield Department of Social Services
The Enfield Department of Social Services has many options for volunteers and interns depending on how you want to invest your time and talents. You can volunteer to assist DSS staff with a range of learning, recreational & social activities, field trips, special events, office support, serving meals or fundraising. All Town volunteers must have a criminal background check and depending on the program, additional screening maybe required. Whether you’re interested in working with children, youth, or seniors – Enfield DSS has an opportunity for you. Please see the list of opportunities below:
Enfield Child Development Center - The Enfield Child Development Center serves infants and children up to age 12. ECDC is a nationally accredited and State licensed early care and education program that’s open from 6:30AM – 5:30PM, Monday – Friday. Contact Karen Edelson @ 860-763-7043 or @ firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Enfield Family Resource Centers - Enfield has 2 Family Resource Centers (FRCs) - one at Henry Barnard School and one at the Stowe Early Learning Center. The FRCs are open year-round and provide a range of play groups for children up to age five, support groups for Parents, Dads, Grandparents and other caregivers, and host special community events. Day time, evening and weekend hours available. Contact Amy Morales @ 860-253-4721 or @ email@example.com for more information.
Enfield Youth & Family Services – Enfield Youth & Family Services works with children 8 years of age and older, and their families by providing counseling services, coordinating community activities and operating a Youth Center. Youth Services works closely with the Enfield Public Schools in supporting its students. Day time, evening and weekend hours are available. Contact Jean Haughey @ 860-253-6380 or @ firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Enfield Adult Day Center – The Enfield Adult Day Center (ADC) is an accredited service provider offering adults with Alzheimer’s and Dementia a wide range of social, recreational, health, behavioral health and nutrition services. The ADC is open Monday – Friday from 8:00AM – 4:00PM. Contact Joanne McKeown @ 860-763-7485 or @ Jmckeown@enfield.org for more information.
Weekend Meal Program – The Town of Enfield offers senior residents homemade nutritious lunches on the weekend at the Mark Twain Congregate Living Center. Social and recreational activities are also provided. The Weekend Meal Program operates from 11:00AM – 1:00PM on Saturday & Sunday, and on holidays. For more information, contact Laura Bourgeois @ 860-763-7519 or @ email@example.com for more information.
Enfield Dial-A-Ride – Enfield Dial-A-Ride provides transportation for senior and disabled residents to a variety of locations both in Enfield and out-of-town. Volunteers are needed to work flexible schedules providing out-of-town transportation to medical appointments in Town-owned vehicles. For more information, contact Annette Orlandi @ 860-272-3545 or @ firstname.lastname@example.org.