A program of the University of Connecticut Health Center Library, offers a free customized research service, using the medical library’s resources, to residents of Connecticut with questions about their health. Provides links to current and authoritative health information.
An extensive collection of original material, including the HIV InSite Knowledge Base, a complete textbook with extensive references and related links organized by topic.
This booklet has information in it that should help people who start a small claims case or who are sued in small claims court. Many questions about this booklet and about the small claims process may be answered by the people who work in the court. You can get forms about the small claims process online at www.jud.ct.gov or at any clerk’s office or court service center.
Information for seniors on reverse mortgages, housing loans, in-home help, Meals on Wheels, units for elderly people, public housing, Section 8, finding retirement communities, housing discrimination, and more.
HUSKY Health is the State of Connecticut’s public health coverage program for eligible children, parents, relative caregivers, senior citizens, individuals with disabilities, adults without children, and pregnant women.
This web page by the FTC answers the following questions:
- I need to know which immigration forms to use.
- I need to get immigration forms.
- I need help filling out my immigration forms.
- Who can help me fill out my forms?
- I need to find out if USCIS has my forms.
- I need someone to talk to USCIS for me. USCIS calls this “representing” me.
- I got a “Notice to Appear” as part of removal proceedings.
- I might have been scammed. How can I find out about my immigration status?
- I want to report an immigration scam.
I-CAN!® E-file is a service of a non-profit with a mission of providing services to low-income persons and seniors.
Contains many resources for victims with articles on issues FTC doesn't address.
The IEP is an individualized program designed to support the educational needs of school-aged students with disabilities. This IEP iPhone app helps parents of students with special needs become better-informed advocates by making IEP information easier to access.
Note: The references to the education laws in the application are Virginia law, which may or may not be the same as Connecticut law. However, this application may be useful to CT parents as an organizational tool only.
Infoline (2-1-1) is a free service that can help you with many different kinds of problems, including substance abuse, domestic violence, suicide prevention, financial problems, and more. It is available 24 hours a day and 365 days per year.
ConnPACE (Connecticut Department of Social Services Pharmaceutical Assistance Contract to the Elderly and Disabled) is a service by the Connecticut Department of Social Services (DSS) that helps senior citizens and people with disabilities to pay for prescription medications, insulin, and insulin syringes.
ConnPACE web site: http://www.connpace.com
Find out if you qualify: http://www.connpace.com/income.htm
Frequently Asked Questions about ConnPACE
By: The Department of Social Services
This pamphlet explains how to tell the court you’re ready to go to court if you have a family case (Marking process).
A non-profit, non-sectarian social service agency dedicated to the needs of immigrants, refugees and their families.
Mission is to help refugees and other displaced people establish new lives, regain hope, and contribute to the vitality of Connecticut's communities.
See also: The IRIS homepage
The Earned Income Tax Credit or the EITC is a refundable federal income tax credit for low to moderate income working individuals and families. Find out if you are eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit by answering some questions and providing basic income information using the EITC Assistant. Available in English and Spanish.