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COVID-19 Phase 1b Vaccine Appointment options

Schedule on the phone by calling the CT COVID Vaccine Appointment Assist Line at: 877-918-2224 if you are deaf or hard-of hearing call: 7-1-1. 
The line will take calls from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m./ 7 days per week and will offer a call-back option when all contact specialists are busy serving other callers. The team will aim to return calls as soon as possible, with the goal of same-day response.
People 55+ who do not have the ability to schedule an appointment online. You may schedule now, but please be patient as scheduling an appointment may take time.
Schedule through a provider ready for public distribution of vaccine to eligible residents:
Over 100 healthcare providers across the State are offering COVID vaccines. All locations require pre-scheduling and registration – no walk-ins will be allowed.

• Vaccine Clinic Map: Use this to find a vaccination site near you CLICK HERE -This map lists all vaccine clinics near you, their information and how to register for specific clinics.

• Middlesex Health: Location in Middletown Register by Phone at 860-358-7050  or Online 
•Yale New Haven Health: Several locations across the state: or call 833-275-9644

• CVS Pharmacy: now administering the COVID-19 vaccine by appointment only in Putnam, CT, and Waterford, CT. Register by calling: 1-800-679-9691 or by going online: 

Nutmeg Pharmacy in Centerbrook, Higganum, Moodus, & Taftville:

• UConn Health: Clinic locations in Farmington, CT:

• Hartford Healthcare: Several locations across the state:

People 55+ You may schedule now, but please be patient as scheduling an appointment may take time.
Schedule through the online Vaccine Administration Management System (VAMS):
Please be sure to use Google Chrome as your web browser when visitng the VAMS website. Using internet browsers such as Internet Explorer can cause technical difficulties. 

Detailed step-by-step guide on creating an account and scheduling your first appointment in VAMS:
Additional FAQ Guide for using VAMS:
People 55+ who have an email address, and the ability to schedule an appointment online. You may schedule now, but please be patient as scheduling an appointment may take time.

Current Updates- Febuary 2021what's  new

  • Governor Lamont Announces Connecticut Residents Over 65 Can Register for COVID-19 Vaccination Appointments Starting Thursday, February 11 to read the press release click HERE
  • Govenor Lamont Annouces CT Residents over 75 Can Now Register for COVID-19 Vaccination Appointments As State Transitions into Phase 1B CLICK HERE TO READ THE PRESS RELEASE
  • 9 Town Transit Provides Complimentary COVID Vaccine Transportation CLICK HERE for program details
  • For Free Tax Help Information Click Here or call 2-1-1, select option 3 then 6 to set up an in person appointment with a VITA volunteer
  • "News You Can Use" provided by Senior Resources Agency on Aging. To view current edition click HERE. 

Online Exercise Classes

  • Click HERE to view a Tai Chi Chuan class led by Suzanne Hanley (our Friday Tai Chi instructor)
  • Attention Tai Ji Quan- Moving for Better Balance Participants Click HERE to view a Tai Ji Quan session led by Kate! 



 Winter 2021


Due to the risk of COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) spreading among elderly persons in congregate settings, 

The closure of Westbrook Senior Center to the public will continue until further notice. 

The closure continues to follow the Governor’s Executive Order. We appreciate your patience and will keep you updated as to when we can resume operations. Please call (860) 399-2029 or check the Town website for updates.

Thank you,

Courtney Burks

Amber Shaw

2021 Medicare Presentations are explained in the images below. To register for the top one (Medicare Savings Program and Low Income Subsidy Program) CLICK HERE For the other presentation (New to Medicare) CLICK HERE to reigster. 

2021 MSPWebinar Flyer
2021 Webinar Flyer

senior resourcesaging and disablility services

Live Well With Daibetes  -  In-Home Version

All you need is a telephone!!

FREE Active Living Everyday Toolkit

FREE Living a Healthy Life Book

FREE Exercise and Relaxation CD

New 6-week workshops starting EVERY month!

Learn More About: 

- What to Eat                               - Foot Care

-Low and High Blood Sugar                 -Sick Day Guidelines

- Tips for Dealing with Stress     

-How to Set Small and Acheiveable Goals

      Want more information??

Contact Lori Rygielski, Regional Coordinator today!   OR    860-887-3561 ext. 127

Sponsored by the Connecticut Department of Public Health, the Department of Aging & Disability Services, and Senior Resources Agency on Aging. An evidence-based self-management program originally developed at Stanford University. This program supported by funds made available for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Office of State, Tribal, Local and Territorial Support under grant DP13-105

Upcoming Special Events/New Programs

Call (860) 399-3048 to RSVP to any of these programs


The mission of the Westbrook Senior Center is to improve the quality of life for Senior Citizens of Westbrook and our neighboring shoreline towns. 


The Senior Center welcomes citizens 60 years of age or older to participate in our many daily activities directed by staff and volunteers.