Click here for important information on this event: http://frcog.org/event/agent-orange-town-hall-meeting-vietnam-veterans/
Looking to start a new business venture? Or expand an existing business venture? Check out the 2017 Franklin County Business Development Resource Guide to find helpful information and links to organizations that provide technical assistance, training, financing and more! Click here for to download the Guide! (PDF, 2.7 mb)
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Below are the handouts and presentations from the 3/3/17 Healthcare Solutions and Treatment & Recovery Committees joint meeting on the effectiveness of Complementary and Alternative Medicines for Substance Use Disorder.
The Franklin County Citizen Corps is hosting a two part training in the Incident Command System and the National Incident Management System (also known as ICS 100 and 700) at the Turners Falls High School on March 20th and 27th. The classes are required for Citizen Corps members who have not yet taken them, but are open to those who want a refresher or anyone else in the community who is interested. Shelburne Fire Chief John Taylor will teach the classes in a computer lab so students can take the online FEMA exam before the end of the evening.
Most electrical hazards can be prevented with common sense and good wiring. For most people, preventing an electrical accident means not plugging too many things into a feeble extension cord or not using a hair dryer while taking a bath. While these are valid and important precautions, there are many other potential home electrical safety hazards.
Follow the link below for important information from the FRCOG’s Electrical Inspector, Tom McDonald, about some of the most common causes of electrical accidents which will help you appreciate the considerable power – and potential danger – of electricity and how to use this power safely.
The Communities That Care Coalition is pleased to announce the availability of mini-grants to support and expand strategies that help to meet the goals of the Communities That Care Parent Education Workgroup in our community. Proposals are due April 3, 2017.
You will find the RFP here: Parent-Education-Minigrant-RFP-Announcement-2017
According to the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA), half of all home heating fires occur in December, January and February. Follow these heating tips to maintain a fire safe home this winter.
The FRCOG recently hosted a workshop with Attorney Joel Bard and State Rep. Steve Kulik on the many changes coming as a result of the legalization of recreational marijuana. We have collected a number of resources for towns and others on our website. Click here for a collection of useful information on the new law.
Prevent cold weather dangers from affecting your pet’s health, The ASPCA has some tips for protecting your pet from the cold and other winter dangers.