The Department of Children and Families would like to share some resources related to Childcare, Domestic Violence, Education, Family Actives, Food, Housing/Eviction, Income, Internet, Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Several Pathways students are featured in the 47th Annual Hartford Youth Art Renaissance fair including Emily LaValley, Omayra Robledo and Kaleb Miller. Click here to learn more about the exhibition and to see their beautiful art.
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