Dave (click above picture to see his photos or
here for more)
Partners for a
Healthy City Fall River
For links to two other communities that Dave is connected to,
First Baptist Church of Fall River, MA
Native People of Warren, RI, during the
Pre-colonial Contact Period
West Wight Potter
Dave's Flickr Photos
David S. Weed, Psy. D.
M.Ed. in Community Mental Health Counseling, Northeastern
University, Boston, MA, 1974.
B.A. in Psychology, Kalamazoo
College, Kalamazoo, MI, 1969.
Coordinator, Healthy City Fall River
Government Center, Room 440
One Government Center
Fall River, MA 02722
Director of Community-Clinical Services,
Licensed Psychologist in Massachusetts, No. 3181
Fall River Site Office
Massachusetts Department of Mental Health,
Dr. John C.
Corrigan Mental Health Center.
49 Hillside Street, Fall
River, Massachusetts 02720.
FAX (508) 235-7346
The Society for
Community Research & Action (SCRA)
Division 27 of the American Psychological
for a Healthier Community - Fall River
Citizens working together to improve the health of residents
of Fall River, Somerset, Swansea and Westport, Massachusetts
United Interfaith Action is a congregation-based community organization
dedicated to promoting justice and improving the quality of life
for all residents of Southeastern Massachusetts.
The Warren Conservation Commission is an appointed committee that
advises the Town of Warren on matters that pertain to the conservation
of open space and shore access for the public.
Healthy City Fall River - A Community Partnership, Mary Zahm (Ed.)
Colloquia: conversations on Teaching & Learning, (2004) Fall River,
MA: Bristol Community College, 125-136.
The Hazards of Leaving the Home Office: Consultation and Education
for a Community Health Center, The Community Psychologist,
(1994) 27(3), 37-40.
Health and Human Service Coalitions: Uniting City Services
in a Common Mission, The Community Psychologist, (1988)
Providing Consultation to Primary Prevention Programs: Applying
the Technology of Community Psychology, ERIC
Organizing a community to prevent post traumatic stress disorder:
The Taunton C.A.R.E.S. experience, Promotion of Mental Health,
Vol. 5, Dennis R. Trent and Colin A. Reed (Eds.) (1995) Aldershot,
For further information, e-mail Dr.
Weed @ firstname.lastname@example.org.