Other Important Info

list of other noteworthy Programs

211 Infoline (by United Way)

United_way_iconTelephone based information, referral and crisis intervention service available throughout Connecticut provided by the United Way. Provides information on social services, home & family resources and many other subjects.

Click here to connect with Connecticut 2-1-1.

State Medical (Title 19), Food Stamps, SAGA, and other services

Social Security Administration  Social Security disability, SSI, Survivors' benefits, Medicare, and more...

Statewide Legal Services  Provides legal assistance to low income households

CT Department of Children & Families Report child abuse & neglect, Foster care and adoption

CT Department of Labor  Unemployment compensation, Job listings, etc.

Connecticut's Job Bank  Job listings across the state

Consumer Credit Counseling Services  Financial Counseling Debt Management, etc.

Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8)  Information on Housing Choice Voucher waiting lists throughout the state

Connecticut Housing Finance Authority Home buyer and home owner programs

Community Renewal Team Energy Assistance Program Provides financial assistance for primary source of heat to qualified applicants.

Services for older adults

Alzheimer's Association - Connecticut Chapter Support, information, and services for caregivers and patients.

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Please call the Social Services Office to reach the agent for each of:

Office of Municipal Agent to the Elderly, state mandated to assist elders, providing them with information and referrals to services and benefit programs.

Veteran Service Officer, state mandated to assist Veterans, working as a coordinating agency in matters concerning veterans.