We provide supportive health and social services that positively affect the well-being of Suffield residents during times of need
PHOTO: The SCA building, located at 450 South Street (Route 75) Suffield
We offer the resources and support residents require to move forward in their lives
PHOTO: Gayle Pueschel, one of our dedicated volunteers, committed to keeping the food bank shelves stocked and tidy.
We've changed our name to "Suffield Community Aid, your local safety net" to better reflect our full range of services and to meet the changing needs of our Town
PHOTO: SCA staff, left to right - Beth Sheridan, Pat Beeman, Janet Frechette, Executive Director, and Jo Dzioba
We depend on the generosity of the greater Suffield community to promote our mission and to provide an enriched level of service that would not be possible without this support
PHOTO: Longevity awards for some of our Meals On Wheels Volunteers – pictured from left to right – Kerry White (21 years), Bob White (18 years), Dean Caswell (31 years), Michele Holcombe (15 years) , Dorothy DeForge (25 years) , Peter Kulas (15 years)
Your financial support makes a world of difference. Please give generously!
PHOTO: SCA staff at the unveiling of our new sign!)
Suffield Community Aid, (SCA) – your local safety net! Formerly Emergency Aid Association, the SCA provides supportive health and social services that positively affect the well-being of Suffield residents during periods of need.
The SCA is here, as it has been since 1903, to offer the resources and support that community members require to move forward in their lives. We strive to enhance the full potentials of all residents, and thereby, improve the overall quality of life in our community.
Events and Happenings
Do you have a green thumb? Perhaps you are into weeding. If so, we could use your help throughout the spring and summer. The garden provides fresh vegetables for residents utilizing SCA’s Food Pantry.
Dementia Care Giver Support Group – facilitated by Nicole Matson of Home Helpers of North Central CT! www.HomeHelpersHomeCare.com/enfield
The next meeting is May 28th at a new location, the Suffield Senior Center. Presented by the Alzheimer's Association - CT Chapter, Nicole Matson coordinates this group which meets the last Tuesday of the month at 11:00. Contact Nicole at 860-810-6123 or Pat Beeman at...
Thanks to the Suffield residents who donated to our local food pantry!
Qualified homebound seniors, age 60 and over, living in Suffield can receive healthy lunches and dinners delivered to their door. Meals are balanced, nutritious and diet specific. A $2.50 donation per meal is suggested by the CRT to help cover costs. Contact SCA!
Read our ANNUAL REPORT FY2018