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 our partners in prevention. If you do not see your affiliated organization listed in the boxes below and you would like it to be listed, please email Lexi Polokoff at apolokoff@collaborative.org and we will be happy to add you!

Public Schools (K-12)
  • Amherst Regional Public Schools 
  • Belchertown Public Schools 
  • Collaborative for Educational Services 
  • Easthampton Public Schools 
  • Gateway Regional Public Schools 
  • Granby Public Schools 
  • Hadley Public Schools 
  • Hatfield Public Schools
  • Hilltown Community Charter Public School 
  • Hampshire Regional Public Schools 
  • Northampton Public Schools 
  • Pioneer Valley Chinese Immersion Charter School 
  • Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter School
  • Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School 
  • South Hadley Public Schools 
  • Ware Public Schools
  • Williston Northampton
Colleges
  • Smith College 
  • Partners in Health Center of Racial Justice and Youth Engaged Research 
  • UMass Center for Women and Community
  • UMass Campus Community Coalition 
  • Amherst College 
  • UMass Commonwealth College 
  • UMass School of Public Health
Municipalities/Local Government
  • City of Easthampton 
  • City of Northampton 
  • Town of Amherst 
  • Northwestern District Attorney’s Office 
  • Belchertown Police Department
  • Amherst Police Department
  • Northampton Police Department
  • South Hadley Police Department
Massachusetts State Agencies
  • MA Department of Children and Families 
  • MA Department of Developmental Services 
  • MA Department of Youth Services 
  • MA Department of Mental Health 
  • MA Department of Addiction Services
Coalitions
  • South Hadley Drug and Alcohol Prevention Coalition 
  • Easthampton Healthy Youth Coalition 
  • Quaboag Hills Substance Use Alliance 
  • Communities that Care Coalition
  • 4SC Coalition
  • Northampton Prevention Coalition 
  • Belchertown BUOY/BOAT Coalition 
  • Hampshire HOPE 
  • HEADS UP Hatfield
  • Campus and Community Coalition to Reduce High Risk Drinking (CCC)
  • Trauma-Informed Hampshire County Network
Youth-serving Organizations
  • Community Action Youth & Workforce Development Programs 
  • Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Hampshire County 
  • The Bridge Family Resource Center 
  • Amherst Family Center 
  • Ware Family Center
  • Center for Human Development 
  • DIAL/SELF
  • Family Outreach of Amherst 
  • Friends of Children Inc 
  • Girl Scouts 
  • Northampton Youth Commission 
  • Hampshire Regional YMCA 
  • Hampshire-Franklin County Tobacco Free Network 
  • Rise Above 
  • Pa’Lante for Restorative Justice 
  • Belchertown Justice Collaborative
  • Performance Project
  • Treehouse Foundation
Health Organizations
  • Amherst Health Department 
  • American Red Cross 
  • Tapestry Health 
  • Hilltown Community Health Centers 
  • MA Dept. of Public Health 
  • Northampton Area Pediatrics 
  • Cooley Dickinson Hospital 
  • Western MA Health Equity Network 
  • MA Dept. of Public Health/BSAS 
  • Public Health Institute of Western MA
  • Women of Color Health Equity Collective
Other Organizations
  • Collaborative Resolutions Group 
  • Resilience Hub
  • Service Net 
  • MERGE for Equality 
  • Safe Passage 
  • Stop It Now! 
  • Ware Domestic Violence Task Force 
  • Franklin Hampshire Career Center 
  • Franklin Hampshire Regional Employment Board 
  • Young Adult Empowerment Collaborative 
  • United Way of Hampshire and Franklin County 
  • Ware RRC
  • Daily Hampshire Gazette

Latest from our Partners and the Coalition

SPIFFY is proud to partner across sectors with many different organizations. The communities in Hampshire County are full of strength and collaboration. Below are some recent highlights from the organizing work that has been happening in our communities.

A New Name!

The 10 to 10 Helpline is Now the Call for Change Helpline The new name was voted on by participants in Intimate Partner Abuse Education Programs as well as Advisory Board members, staff, and key stakeholders, with the majority of persons weighing in being Black, Indigenous, People Of Color community members and people who use the tools of ...
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