Tue, Sep 26, 2017
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CT Infoline

211 provides residents information on health and human services, including child care needs, mental health services, counseling support for substance abuse, housing/shelter, legal services and food assistance. (Click link above for more information.)

211 toll free from any CT phone
American Red Cross 860.678.2700  
Salvation Army

860.543.8406 (Main #)

 
Catholic Charities in Norwich 860.889.8346  
Project Northeast in Putnam 860.928.4078  
Interfaith Human Services in Putnam 860.928.0169  
Access Agency in Danielson 860.774.0418  
Access Emergency Shelter in Danielson 860.774.4977  

TVCCA Shelter in Norwich

860.889.1365  
Holy Family Shelter in Willimantic
860.423.7719  
TEEG in Thompson (Local assistance, including food and fuel)  See below for more detailed information. 860.923.3458  

Generations Family Health Center in Danielson

Generations Family Health Center in Putnam/Edmund Reed/SNAP Outreach Specialist

  

860.774.7501

860-963-7917, ext.4104

 

 
Dept. of Social Services/Wilimantic
Dept of Children & Families (Abused & Neglected Children)

860.465.3500

860-450-2000

 
HUD Homeless Hotline 800.483.1010  
Dept. of Veteran's Affairs 800.827.1000  
CT Job Works in Killingly 860.928.2466  
AAA Staffing in Putnam 860.928.2466  
Easter Seals 860.455.1331  
Disabilities Network of Eastern, CT 860.823.1898  
Adult Protective Services (60+) /Norwich 860.886.0521  
 Connecticut Legal Services 860-344-0447  
CT Office of the Victim Advocate 860-550-6632  

 

TEEG currently offers the following services to Woodstock residents:

  • Fuel Assistance, state, private and municipal
  • Case Management
  • Mentoring
  • Juvenile Review Board
  • Community Youth Programming
  • Salvation Army and Private Funder Emergency Aid
  • Back to School backpacks and vouchers
  • Monthly and emergency food distributions
  • On-side food distribution to Seeley Brown Village
  • Thanksgiving food baskets
  • Christmas food baskets
  • Christmas gifts to income qualified children and seniors 65 and older
  • Intergenerational events with area youth and residents of Seeley Brown Village
  • Parenting programs
  • Assistance with referrals for Veterans benefits
  • Qualifying seniors for energy assistance during fuel season
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • Resume compilation, interview preparation and job searches
  • Medicare/Medicaid questions and appeals
  • Completion of DSS, Food Stamp, and Husky applications
  • Homelessness respite and counseling services
  • Referrals to appropriate help and services not offered by their agency.

TEEG will continue to provide help for Woodstock residents both at their office and at home for seniors and disabled individuals without transportation.  Seniors in the Town of Woodstock are welcomed and encouraged to attend the Pomfret Senior Center, where they can receive benefits counseling as well as lunch and programming designed to help them age in place.

 

 

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