EverWonder Children’s Museum
31 Pecks Lane, Newtown, CT 06470
Merredith Christos
Merredith Christos

EverWonder Children’s Museum cultivates a lifelong love-of-learning in children by encouraging them to think, inquire, and wonder about the world around them. We offer hands-on exhibits and programming to spark imagination in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. Explore our 6,500 square foot museum, special areas include Young Explorer Zone, arts labs, tinker lab, Imagination Playground room and Ramp Building Room.

June 2012
2 Washington Square
Fairfield Hills
Newtown, CT 06470

Mailing address:
PO Box 187
Newtown, CT 06470
Dorrie Carolan
Dorrie Carolan
Welcome to Newtown Parent Connection

Dealing with substance use or abuse? We can help.

If you need help with a loved one’s substance use or abuse and don’t know where to go… CALL US. We have been embracing and empowering families in our community – reaching out to promote healing and wellness – for over 20 years. We know how critically important prevention, early intervention and ongoing support for your child, loved ones, and their families can be. At Newtown Parent Connection we work with individuals and families to build resiliency and strengthen the connection amongst family members and loved ones.

Don’t be alone – come to our Hope & Support meeting. Call 203-994-5394. Email for more information.

The mission of the Newtown Parent Connection, Inc. is to educate and empower our community in the prevention of substance abuse and to embrace families in crisis. Our goal is to work with individuals and families to build resiliency and strengthen the connection of family. We believe knowledge is power. We work in conjunction with town agencies, schools, religious communities and police department to enlighten our community in order to prevent the use of drugs and alcohol among our youth.

January 2007
153 South Main Street Newtown, CT 06470
Stephanie Cinque

The Resiliency Center of Newtown is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that offers long-term healing to those impacted by the tragic events of December 14, 2012 and was created to help these individuals reach their full potential. The organization provides free and confidential trauma-informed assistance and referral services, along with community outreach programs of various kinds designed to support the following community members: Sandy Hook Elementary School Families All school teachers and staff members (including bus drivers, coaches, instructors, volunteers, etc.) All first responders, clergy and volunteers All Newtown residents and the greater community impacted by December 14, 2012 The goal is to help people adapt to stressful events in a healthy and flexible way. The Resiliency Center of Newtown helps individuals normalize their reaction to a very senseless act. The center has created an approachable, community-based environment to help people connect with others and encourage the healing process.

Sept. 2016