Our mission is to support individual, family and community well being through collaboration on economic development, youth development, leadership development and education.
We’re Hiring a New Business Manager
Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates
The Brick House will be operating with the following changes:
The Teen Center is now OPEN (upstairs) for all youth ages 11-19 on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday!!
Space is limited to six participants at one time – go up the outside staircase to the first door on the left
Homework and College & Job applications support
Questions? Contact Ilani Ortiz: firstname.lastname@example.org
Come hang out, play games, make art, eat snacks!
Relax and unwind while learning about wellness topics
such as meditation, staying healthy, coping with stress, and healthy relationships.
*monthly hikes starting in April*
come hang out, play games, make art, eat snacks!
Momentum Arts Class
Printmaking with linocuts, dinner provided
Starts April 1 st for 6-weeks
to sign-up email Ilani Ortiz: email@example.com
Questions about our current programs? Need support with referrals for mental health counseling, housing, or other health related services?
Contact Jane, Youth Programs Manager: 413-800-5705 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our monthly Parent Group meets the 2nd Friday of every month
3:30-4:30pm on Zoom
For the Zoom link email Stacey, email@example.com
For other Parent and Family Support Services, (assistance with SNAP, unemployment applications, housing, and other concerns) contact Stacey at 413-800-2496 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Para español: Sandra Ramos a 413-800-2208 o email@example.com.
Get in touch
Staff are available to text/call during regular business hours (9am-5pm)
New Executive Director, Kwamane Harris joins the Brick House
We are thrilled to announce the selection of a new Executive Director to lead the Brick House Community Resource Center. After a long process, the Brick House Community Resource Center board and executive search committee has chosen Kwamane Harris to serve as the organization’s new executive director.
In recent weeks, high profile cases of police violence against Black Americans and the resulting worldwide protest movement have once again brought the issue of structural anti-Black racism to the forefront of national consciousness.
We want to say without question or qualification that the Brick House Community Resource Center believes that all Black lives matter, and we stand in full solidarity with our Black program participants, team members, and local communities in the fight against police brutality and injustice.