Few problems in society today can be solved by a single individual agency or organization. Positive results come from people working together. In addition to the education programs offered by members of the District Attorney's staff, the Office offers support and resources to coalitions whose work addresses the social issues affecting the safety and well being of the citizens of the Berkshires and partners to promote violence prevention and intervention initiatives throughout the County.

The following is a list of some of our community partners

Local and state law enforcement

Berkshire County public and private schools

Berkshire County youth service and recreation providers

Ad-Lib, Inc.

Anti-Defamation League

Area Councils on Aging

Berkshire County Kids' Place and Violence Prevention Center, Inc.

Berkshire County Sheriff's Office

Berkshire United Way

Berkshire Youth Development Project

Brien Center

Community Resources for People with Autism

Department of Children and Families

Elder Services of Berkshire County, Inc.

Elizabeth Freeman Center

HopeLine from Verizon

ICAC (Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force)

MIAA (Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association)

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)

Northern Berkshire Community Coalition

Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General

Pittsfield Prevention Partnership

Salvation Army

South Berkshire Youth Coalition


Youth Suicide Prevention Project


The District Attorney also partners with area neighborhood crime watch and safety groups to promote crime awareness and prevention offering educational materials and advocacy.