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Today on 03/29/2017

6:00 p.m. Yoga
12:00am - 12:00am
6:00 p.m. Yoga
Multi-Media Room
12:00am - 12:00am
8:30am - 10:30am
South Conference Room
8:30am - 10:30am

Click here for full month

Click below to view 2011 Plan of Conservation & Development

Plan of Conservation & Development

Town Hall Hours

Mon - Wed / 9:00am - 4:00pm
Thu / 9:00am - 7:00pm
Fri / 9:00am - Noon

CT Alert

Social Services

Office Contact

Coordinator Elizabeth Cerri Carpenter 860-399-3090  
Office Hours
Mon - Wed / 9:00am - 4:00pm
Thu / 9:00am - 7:00pm Fri / 9:00am - Noon

Please call for an appointment today!

Your path to employment

If you receive SNAP (food stamps), you may be able to take training and other classes for free. (You cannot be on TFA cash assistance.) Classes include: English as a Second Language, GED, Adult Basic Education, Work Experience or Job Search Training. Plus, you may choose one of the many short-term certificate programs, for example:

Culinary arts & food safety Customer service representative
Dental assistant Emergency medical technician
Pharmacy technician Certified massage therapist,
Public Safety Dispatcher Office assistant, and many more.

You do not need to live in the town where the services are provided. These are the colleges and nonprofit agencies that provide the Employment and Training program services. Call these organizations directly.

Asnuntuck Community College Enfield 860-253-3128
Capital Community College Hartford 860-905-5029
Career Resources Bridgeport 203-610-8677
Community Renewal Team Hartford 860-560-5765
Eastern CT Workforce Invest. Bd. Franklin 860-859-4100 x 22
Gateway Community College New Haven 203-285-2408
Goodwin College East Hartford 860-727-6793
The Kennedy Center Waterbury 203-365-8522 x 239
Opportunities Industrialization Ctr New London 860-447-1731

Renter's Rebate Program

A person renting an apartment or a room in a dwelling may be eligible for a partial rebate of rent and utility (excluding telephone and cable) bills if:

  1. The renter and/or spouse is at least 65 years old as of December 31, 2013 OR is at least 50 and the widow/widower of a previously approved applicant OR is totally disabled and receiving benefits under a federal, state or local retirement program which contains requirements comparable to those of the Social Security Administration.
  2. Applicant may have rented elsewhere in Connecticut for all or some portion of the year preceding the year of filing, but must file in the town in which they reside during the filing period.
  3. Income limits are determined annually by the State of Connecticut. “Income” is defined as income from all sources, including tax-exempt interest and Social Security. For the 2014 application period, 2013 income from all sources is considered. The income limits for 2013 are $41,600 for married and $34,100 for single applicants, the same as for the Homeowners' Program. These income limits are adjusted each year.

The Program runs between April 1 and October 1. Applicants must bring: proof of rent and utilities paid during the preceding calendar year, original or copies of their federal income tax (if filed) and their SSA-1099. If taxes are not filed, statements of all income sources (pensions, interest income, etc.) must be provided.

Please call Westbrook Social Services today for an appointment! 860-399-3040 X 154


The Shoreline Soup Kitchens & Pantries

Join us once a week at one of our pantries to receive enough groceries for three meals for three days

Tuesday (1:30PM - 2:30PM) - St. Mark's Church, 222 McVeah Rd., Westbrook

Donations of food, funds and time are always welcome. Please visit to learn more about times and locations.

Westbrook Visiting Nurses & Public Health

WE do everything the LARGER agencies do, but WE do it BETTER... because...

WE are a small, skilled staff that is COMMITTED to the town residents and our MISSION as a Town Organization.

WE are employees of the TOWN.

WE know the community and resources well.

WE have dedicated nurses and therapy staff that provide you with CONSISTENT quality care.

WE provide you with SECURITY and peace of mind. Westbrook residents feel "safe" and "comfortable" knowing the person they let into their home is a TOWN employee.

WE are a small, close-knit group of professionals serving a small local area and provide PROMPT response to referrals or requests for care.

WE also provide the Town with many other COMMUNITY services, such as referrals for State/Federal/Local programs, Senior Community Outreach Programs and Social Service Programs.

WE provide PUBLIC HEALTH support and services for the TOWN such as health promotion and prevention services, health education and maternal child health services.

Ask your DOCTOR or HOSPITAL to order services from your TAX-FUNDED healthcare organization.

WE belong to the TOWN...........take ADVANTAGE of our services.

  • 866 Boston Post Road - P. O. Box 281
  • Westbrook, CT 06498
  • 860 399-3088


  1. The first Monday of the month (12:00PM - 1:00PM), Town Hall Annex (48 East Main Street, Clinton) - Cheryl Church, Coordinator, Clinton Social Services 860-669-7347

SNAP Applications available on this day, by appointment, call: Susan Consoli, MA, LPC, Social Services Coordinator, 860-395-3188