Public Safety, CLERY Report, Title IX, Campus and Community Support Resources
Campus safety

Campus Safety & Support Resources

Naugatuck Valley Community College is committed to providing a safe and encouraging intellectual environment for students and community members, with a focus on prevention and education that extends beyond the classroom.

The College offers a range of holistic services for special groups of students like those returning to college after military service, those with learning and/or physical disabilities, those from low-income households and first generation college students. We also host a number of clubs and associations whose members self-identify based on special interests, areas of study, religion, race and gender.

Campus safety 

In order to facilitate a culture of openness and shared diversity, the College relies on a well-staffed Public Safety Department to monitor the campus environment and respond to potentially harmful activities. The Department supplies an annual campus crime report and provides one of multiple venues for students to report incidents on campus.


Human Diversity

We value diversity at Naugatuck Valley Community College among our students, employees and community partners, knowing how differences in perspectives, experiences and abilities contribute to the rich fabric of our college and the ability to achieve its mission. Contact our Multicultural Coordinator through the Women's Center.

Sexual assault resources and support

Sexual Assault Resources and Support

The College has zero tolerance for sexual misconduct. We urge you to report assaults against members of our community, and encourage those individuals dealing with trauma to seek the support and care they need. As we work to create a one-stop resource that will assist you in understanding and accessing the resources and support available to you and all members of our community, please contact Public Safety, the Dean of Student Services, a member of our counseling team or the Women's Center to start receiving support immediately. 

NVCC has also established the College Resource Team (CRT) to support victims and survivors of sexual violence, dating violence, stalking and intimate partner violence. The College has partnered with Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury to provide educational resources and support to the campus community on these important issues:


Title IX

Continuing Notice of Nondiscrimination

Naugatuck Valley Community Collegedoes not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious creed, age, sex,national origin, marital status, ancestry, present or past history of mentaldisorder, learning disability or physical disability, sexual orientation,gender identity or expression or genetic information in treatment or employment at the College, in admission or access to theCollege, or in any other aspect of its programsand activities.  In addition, the College does not discriminate inemployment on the additional basis of veteran status or criminal record. The College is required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VI),Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504), Title II of theAmericans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (Title II), Title IX of the EducationAmendments of 1972 (Title IX), the Age Discrimination Act of 1975 (Age Act),and their respective implementing regulations at 28 C.F.R. Part 35 and 34C.F.R. Parts 100, 104, 106 and 110, not to discriminate on the basis of race,color, or national origin (Title VI); disability (Section 504/Title II); sex(Title IX); or age (Age Act). Inquiries concerning the application of each ofthe aforementioned statutes and their implementing regulations to the Collegemay be referred to the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights,at (617) 289-0111 or 5 Post Office Square, 8th Floor, Boston, MA02109-3921, or to the applicable College Coordinators who are located atNaugatuck Valley Community College, 750 Chase Parkway, Waterbury, Connecticut06708:  Kimberly Carolina, Director of Human Resources/Section 504/TitleII/ADA Coordinator, Room K704b, 203-575-8056; Sarah Gager, Dean of StudentServices/Deputy Section 504/Title II/ADA Coordinator (Students), Room K509a,203-575-8086; Robert Divjak, Director of Facilities/Deputy Section 504/Title II/ADA Coordinator (Facilities),Room C216, 203-575-8235;  Jacquie Swanson, Associate Director of HumanResources/Title IX Coordinator, Room K704, 203-575-8043.
Community resources

Community Resources

Food Assistance in CT:

CT Food Bank
203-469-5000

SNAP Program
1-800-842-1508

Food Stamps
1-860-560-2100

Soup Kitchen, Homeless Shelter
203-754-0000

Heath Care Insurance Assistance in CT
203-575-9799

Buying First Home Assistance
203-969-1830


Danbury Area Food Pantries

Interfaith Aids Ministry of Greater Danbury
39 Rose Street
Danbury, CT 06810
203-748-4077

Saint James Episcopal Church Daily Bread Ecumenical Food Pantry
25 West Street Danbury, CT
06810 
203-748-3561

Salvation Army - Danbury Corps Community Center
15 Foster Street Danbury, CT 06810
203-792-7505

New Hope Baptist Church
10 Doctor Aaron B. Samuels Boulevard
Danbury, CT 06810
203-748-5461

Town of Bethel - Social Services/ Municipal Agent for Elderly
1 School Street Bethel, CT 06801
203-794-8537

Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Food Pantry
95 Greenwood Avenue Bethel, CT 06801
203-743-1494

Town of New Fairfield - Social Services
4 Brush Hill Road
New Fairfield, CT 06812
203-312-5669

New Milford United Methodist Church
68 Danbury Road New Milford, CT 06776
860-354-4596

Town of New Milford - Social Services Contact information
40 Main Street New Milford, CT 06776
860-355-6079


Waterbury Area Food Pantries

Salvation Army - Waterbury Corps Community Center
74 Central Avenue
Waterbury, CT - 06702
203-754-7056

Saint Vincent De Paul Mission of Waterbury - Soup Kitchen
327 Baldwin St.
Waterbury, CT - 06721
(203) 757-0411

Greater Waterbury Interfaith Ministries - St John's Episcopal
16 Church Street
Waterbury, CT - 06702
203-756-2830

First Assembly of God Food Pantry
1333 Thomaston Ave, Unit 5
Waterbury, CT - 06704
203-753-8023

Evangelical Christian Church Food Pantry
1325 Watertown Avenue
Waterbury, CT - 06708
203-756-1293

Community Tabernacle Outreach Center
12 Hewlett Street
Waterbury, CT - 06710
(203) 756-5981

Christian Church John 3:16 Food Pantry
332 Baldwin Street
Waterbury, CT - 06706
203-759-0869

The Rock of Waterbury Food Pantry
513 Meriden Rd.
Waterbury, CT - 06705
203-574-0515

Nea Zoe Food Pantry
242 Southmayd Road
Waterbury, CT - 06705
(203) 437-7123

Housing Assistance in CT:

Emergency Housing

Danbury Area Shelters

DOROTHY DAY HOSPITALITY HOUSE
11 Spring St. Danbury, CT 06810
203-743-7988

Jericho Overflow Homeless Shelter
13 Maple Avenue Danbury, CT 06810
203-797-8606

City of Danbury Emergency Shelter
41 New Street Danbury, CT 06810
203-796-1661

New Street Homeless Shelter
41 New St. Danbury, CT 06810
(203) 796-1661

Harmony House Shelter
5 Harmony St Danbury, CT 06810
203-748-5689

NEW MILFORD SHELTER COALITION
PO Box 1016 New Milford, CT 06776
860-354-5583

Waterbury Area Shelters

Greater Interfaith Ministries-St. John's Episcopal; 16 Church Street
Waterbury, CT 06702
203-756-2830

St Vincent Depaul Society Of Waterbury
34 Willow St
Waterbury, CT 06721
203-754-0000

Waterbury Baptist Ministries Food Pantry
222 West Main Street
Waterbury, CT 06702
203-754-5140

Greater Interfaith Ministries-St. John's Episcopal
16 Church Street
Waterbury, CT 06702
203-756-2830

Legal Aid in CT:

CT Legal Aid Program
1-800-453-3320

State of CT Office of Victim Services:

Compensation for Crime Victims

Compensation Benefit Chart

Fuel and Utilities Assistance in CT:

Fuel Assistance By Town
Utilities Assistance
Call: 211 or on the web at: https://www.211ct.org/

Resources for Puerto Rico

Information and Resources for Individuals Arriving from Puerto Rico & U.S. Virgin Islands:

DACA students

DACA Students - Update

  • January 2018: The Immigration Detention and DACA (IDD) Clinic at UConn Law School is offering legal consultations for people who have lost, or will be losing, protection they previously had under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) or Temporary Protected Status (TPS) programs.  The consultations will provide advice on possible immigration avenues, and assistance on DACA renewal for those who qualify, but the IDD Clinic is generally not equipped to provide further representation.  The consultations will be performed by teams of law student interns under the supervision of an experienced attorney.  Consultations and any other services will be free of charge (except for potential filing fees) and will likely require two or more meetings at the UConn Law School in Hartford.  If you would like a consultation with the IDD Clinic, please contact Jon Bauer, at jon.bauer@uconn.edu or 860-570-5205, or Anna Cabot, at anna.cabot@uconn.edu or 860-570-5460. Please note that the scope of the immigration services offered by the clinic are limited. 

  • Delayed Action on Childhood Arrivals (DACA) - For CSCU's position on DACA, legal and community resources, and a frequently asked questions area, please review the CSCU web page.

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