BHCA Summer Celebration August 15, 2020

 Motivational Guest Speaker 

Iam Roniesha Seaton

Follow her on instagram (click here) 

  • BHCA students and the community helps clean up the Upper Albany neighbourhood on August 21, 2020 watch the news story here on WFSB

  • Summer Youth Employment Applications are now CLOSED!

Applications will reopen in 2021

  • News, announcements, and updates from the City of Hartford updated weekly.

For more info click here

  • BHCA has been selected for the 2019 (NAACP) President’s Award for the 102nd Annual Membership and Freedom Fund Dinner “When We Fight, We Win”.

  • Check This Out! The community's vision for the new Weaver principal. Click Here

  • News, announcements, and updates from the City of Hartford updated weekly.

For more info click here

  • For the latest news and updates about the new Weaver High School visit  Weaver2019.com

Community Board


(for more information click the image)

Upper Albany Neighborhood Revitalization Zone


Every first Monday of the Month

This is your opportunity to contribute to the development of your neighborhood!

For meeting, dates click here

FREE short-term training employment & training programs offered by Goodwin College, Capital Community College and Manchester Community College for SNAP recipients.

For a list of programs offered click below:




Vicki Fennell and Vicki Gallon-Clark with Congressman John Larson at the MetroHartford Alliance and the New England Council breakfast featuring Congressman Larson. 
Community Guest Day at
Faith SDA Church in Hartford:
Executive Director Vicki Gallon-Clark representing BHCA as it is recognized for its work in the community.  
                            Pictured from left to right:
Vicki Gallon-Clark, Congressman Larson, Victoria Fennell
                         Pictured from left to right:
Diondra Robinson (OPP) Kyrinda Richardson (Urban League), Vicki Gallon-Clark, Dr.Delahaye, Hartford Chief of Police Jason Thody

Testimonies From BHCA Youth 

For more testimonies click here

“The Blue Hills Civic Association helped me develop my leadership skills, before I was a shy, timid and an observant student that wouldn’t get up and share any of my ideas even though I had a lot, but then BHCA placed me in a leadership role so it forced me to do workshops, plan events and it just became second nature to me and I really enjoyed the opportunity.”

—  Nathan Walker

Weaver High Culinary Arts Academy Class of 2019

  • Facebook Social Icon
  • Instagram Social Icon