Medicaid, also known as Title 19, can pay for health care for low income Connecticut residents who are:
- receiving State Supplement benefits
- disabled or legally blind
- 65 years old or more
- a child under 21 years of age
- the caretaker relative of a child under age 19
The goal of the FamilyWize® Community Service Partnership is to reduce the cost of medicine for children, families and individuals by distributing a free prescription drug discount card. Anyone can use this card. Follow the link above to learn more and get your card.
Become an informed banking consumer.
FEMAAppeals.org is a free website that helps you appeal a FEMA decision.
Links and information for filing an unemployment appeal with the State of Connecticut Department of Labor.
A brochure published by the State of Connecticut Department of Labor explaining how to file for unemployment benefits online or by phone.
The U.S. Government's official web portal for Senior Citizens. Extensive links to online information, services and resources.
A national organization working to improve public policies to eradicate hunger and undernutrition in the United States
Visit our calendar of events to learn about free security deposit clinics in your area.
A list of common legal words and their definitions compiled by the Connecticut Judicial Branch.
If you didn't find what you were looking for in the Connecticut Judicial Branch glossary, try this glossary of legal terms by the U.S. Courts.
The federal government maintains a web site designed to simplify access to information about government programs called GovBenefits.gov. Users enter the site and check boxes indicating, for example, that they are unemployed or the victim of a disaster. A series of yes-or-no questions about the person's situation follows, and then the site produces a list of government programs and benefits for which the user may be eligible, with links and other contact information for each program.
Oversees Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) program, child care, child support enforcement, child abuse and neglect, etc.