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Monroe Town Hall Offices
7 Fan Hill Road
Monroe, Connecticut 06468

PHONE(203) 452-2800
HOURSMonday - Thursday

8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Friday
8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Community Organizations

Community organizations listed on this page provide a service to the citizens of Monroe. The listing on this page does not imply an endorsement of any one organization. If you would like to have your organization considered for placement on this page please click here.

Organization Link Description
Alcohol and Drug Awareness of Monroe http://adamofmonroect.wordpress.com/
Alcohol and Drug Awareness of Monroe (A.D.A.M.) is Monroe’s Local Prevention Council (LPC).
Boy Scout Troop 62 - Monroe, CT  
Democratic Town Committee http://ctdems.org/dtc/monroe
Democratic Town Committee of Monroe
 
Monroe Education Foundation seeks to supplement and enhance the educational experiences available to residents of Monroe.
Monroe Farmers Market www.monroefarmersmarket.org
Monroe Historical Society  
Monroe Lions - AYF Youth Football & Cheer Jack Dellapiano
dell18@charter.net
The Monroe Lions are proud members of the largest football and cheer organization in the nation. Our affiliation with American Youth Football and Cheer provides a safe environment for our children to play in a sport they love…Football & Cheer.
Monroe Newcomers & Neighbors http://monroenewcomers.com/
Monroe Republican Town Committee www.monroectgop.com
monroectgop@yahoo.com
The Monroe Republican Town Committee serves the Town of Monroe to promote public service, the principles of good government, and the success of Republican candidates. Who are we? We are simply people who live in Monroe and are active in supporting our philosophy of efficient and transparent government. We are a diverse group that comes from all walks of life and all generations. We are your neighbors. We promote policies and legislation that will produce efficiency, economy and progress in town government. We select candidates for public office who will serve to implement and promote such policies. We encourage Republicans to actively participate in Republican affairs by providing relevant opportunities and leadership.
Monroe Soccer Club  
Monroe Women's Club  
MOVE  
Voter advocacy and education group for citizens of Monroe.
Rotary of Monroe http://www.rotaryclubofmonroe.org
The Monroe Rotary Club is a service organization dedicated to the ideal of Service Above Self. We’re your neighbors. We’re community leaders. We’re Rotarians. We meet every Thursday @ 7:30am at The Stone Barn in Monroe to work to make our community a better place. With your help we can do even more. Won’t you join us? Visit our website for more information.
RYASAP -- Regional Youth Adult Social Action Partnership Robert Francis
rfrancis@ryasap.org
RYASAP provides youth and young adult leadership development, juvenile justice system diversion, substance abuse and gambling prevention, and support for ADAM for youth and families in Monroe.
 
5K Road Race that raises funds to benefit various charitable organizations in the Town of Monroe.
The Center for Family Justice, Inc. Debra Greenwood
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DGreenwood@CenterforFamilyJustice.org
CFJ provides crisis and supportive services to victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence and child abuse in six local communities, including Monroe. It’s free, confidential services are available to anyone impacted by the trauma of abuse. It operates 24 hotlines, a domestic violence safe house, counseling, legal and self-sufficiency services, housing assistance and survivor support groups.
The League of Women Voters Laurel Anderson
laurel@toast.net
The League of Women Voters, is a nonpartisan political organization, that seeks to improve our systems of government and impact public policies through citizen education and advocacy. The LWV sponsors and moderates local political debates, runs charter school lotteries and participates in local studies.
The Rotary Club of Monroe Jesse Trevino
rotary.monroe@sbcglobal.net
International service organization. Our fund-raising efforts aid local non-profit, community and educational entities, as well as the health and well-being of all global citizens.
 
A nature center located in Fairfield County on 171 acres providing enrichment opportunities and links to school curricula in the areas of nature and history.