Abbreviated list of Connecticut service organizations
EntityDescriptionAddressPhoneWebsite
Care 4 KidsCare 4 Kids helps low to moderate income families in Connecticut pay for child care costs. This program is sponsored by the State of Connecticut’s Department of Social ServicesCare 4 Kids

1344 Silas Deane Highway 3rd Floor Rocky Hill, CT 06067

1-888-214-KIDSCare 4 Kids
Connecticut WIC ProgramWIC is a special supplemental nutrition program that helps pregnant women, new mothers and young children eat well and stay healthy. WIC helps women in need of better nutrition who are pregnant, breastfeeding or just had a baby. WIC also assists children and foster children under 5 years old. Working families may also qualify.Connecticut WIC Program

410 Capitol Avenue Hartford, CT 06134

1-860-509-8000Connecticut WIC
211 Infoline (United Way)United Way 2-1-1 Infoline is your one-stop connection to the local services you need, from utility assistance, food, housing, child care, after school programs, elder care, crisis intervention and much more. 2-1-1 is always ready to assist you find the help you need. Dial 2-1-1 or search online.2-1-1 Infoline

1344 Silas Deane Highway Rocky Hill, CT 06067

2-1-1211 Infoline
Department of Social ServicesThe Department of Social Services provides a broad range of services to the elderly, people with disabilities, families, and individuals who need assistance in maintaining or achieving their full potential for self-direction, self-reliance and independent living.State of Connecticut
Department of Social Services
25 Sigourney Street Hartford, CT 06106-5033
1-855-626-6632 1-800-842-1508Social Services
Food Stamp ProgramThe Food Stamp program helps people to buy and eat nutritious food. The rules for getting Food Stamps in Connecticut require that a person must be a resident of Connecticut whose income and assets (including motor vehicles) are within set limits.The Department of Social Services

25 Sigourney Street
Hartford, CT 06106-5033

1-800-842-1508Connecticut Food Stamps
End Hunger Connecticut!, Inc.Our mission is to eliminate hunger in the state through legislative and administrative advocacy, outreach and public education. End Hunger Connecticut!, Inc. is a member organization open to all who are committed to working towards finding a solution to end hunger.End Hunger Connecticut!

65 Hungerford Street, Hartford, CT 06016

1-860-560-2100End Hunger!
Connecticut Department of LaborYour one-stop location for workforce services and programs. Our goal is to provide the state’s business community and jobseekers with assistance that ultimately strengthens our economy.Connecticut Department of Labor

200 Folly Brook Boulevard Wethersfield, CT 06109

1-860-263-6000CT Dept of Labor
Connecticut’s Winter Heating
Assistance Program
These services are designed to help offset the winter heating costs of eligible households. The goal is to assist eligible Connecticut residents in maximizing potential energy assistance options so that their health is not jeopardized by the inability to meet heating needs.Department of Social Services

25 Sigourney Street Hartford, CT 06106-5033

1-800-842-1132CT Winter Heating Assistance
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