Official Court Forms of the State of Connecticut Judicial Branch. Available as fillable and printable legal forms in the areas of: Administrative, Civil, Criminal, Family, General, Grievance, Housing, Juvenile, Probate, Supreme/Appellate, Victim Services and Other.
Court Service Centers are located within Judicial District Courthouses, and are staffed by Judicial Branch employees trained to assist all court patrons. Several Court Service Centers have bilingual staff.
Research guides, bibliographies, family law notebooks, official publications, legislative histories and pathfinders.
A publication of the Connecticut Judicial Branch designed to inform you of the basic steps in an eviction (summary process) action.
The goal of this web site is to provide easy access to information on private and public long-term care (LTC) services and supports in Connecticut, including: home care, community care, housing, and institutional/nursing home care.
Connecticut Long Term Care Ombudsman Program protects and promotes the rights and quality of life for residents of skilled nursing facilities, residential care homes and managed residential care communities (also known as assisted living facilities).
|Central Office (Hartford)||860-424-5200|
|Central Region Sub-Office||860-612-3573|
The Office of Protection and Advocacy for Persons with Disabilities (“P&A” or “OPA”) is an independent state agency established to safeguard and advance the civil and human rights of people with disabilities in Connecticut.
P&A gives information, advice and advocacy help to more than 8,000 callers each year about topics including:
- Special education
- Rights in treatment facilities
- Accessibility of buildings, programs and services
- Troubleshooting problems with human services
- Employment and vocational rehabilitation
- Transportation and handicapped parking
- Legal and human rights
This agency was established as an independent state agency to evaluate and monitor how victims are treated by the criminal justice system in Connecticut. In recent years, law enforcement personnel, the courts and other public agencies have made efforts to reach out to victims of crime, explaining the process and lending support. Includes a link to "Identity Theft: A Guide for Connecticut Citizens" and links for victims of Domestic or Family Violence.