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Teaching Disability History: How the Civil War Changed Disability and American Government

Join us for the release of an exciting new curriculum: Reform to Equal Rights!A Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources grant supported Emerging America to create a free K-12 ...

College Program

DYS is invested in guiding youth to see themselves as capable postsecondary students by providing equitable access to college opportunities, preparing them to be college and career ready, and ...

CES Partnerships

CES partners with a number of organizations and agencies for our work. Please click on the links below to learn more about these important partnerships.Would you like to partner with CES for a ...

Data

Data are at the core of SPIFFY’s prevention efforts. We believe in the power of data to drive change, promote equity, and prevent youth substance misuse, which is why we dedicate a large portion ...

Community

From municipal leaders to those working in youth-serving organizations, everyone has a role in prevention. On this page you’ll find resources for prevention campaigns, toolkits for community ...

Schools

Schools play a critical role in prevention by acting as institutions in which youth not only spend a significant amount of time in, but also serve as a means for health education. ...

Youth

On this page you will find a range of resources that can directly support young people. In a nutshell, here are the main categories of resources you’ll find here: get involved in youth ...

Our Partners

SPIFFY Coalition Partners The SPIFFY Coalition is proud to partner across sectors with a wide range of organizations and agencies in Hampshire County and beyond. This page highlights a list of ...

Caroline Johnson

Caroline Johnson (she/her/hers) is the Public Health Data and Evaluation Specialist for SPIFFY. Caroline earned a Ph.D. in Applied Social Psychology from The George Washington University, where ...

About SPIFFY

SPIFFY, founded in 2002, is a broad, countywide coalition that helps local communities reduce risk factors that make it more likely youth will engage in unhealthy behaviors, while increasing ...

Special Ed Surrogate Parents

The Massachusetts Special Education Surrogate Parent Program (SESPP) appoints trained volunteers across the Commonwealth to act as special education decision-makers for students who have no ...

Sabine Jacques, M.Ed.

​​Sabine Jacques is a First Generation Haitian-American social justice facilitator, theater practitioner, actor, and Fulbright Scholar. She holds a BA in African-American Studies, a ...
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