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This section of our website is for people 60 and older. Click on links below to find more information or contact the local office as listed on the left.

For debt collection issues, financial abuse, scams or other consumer problems, call the Consumer Law Project for Elders at 1-800-296-1467. For more information, click on Financial and Debt Issues below.

Other Resources

Elder Abuse Resources
Information about legal and services for the prevention of elder mistreatment.
 
SharingLaw.net
Contains links to Connecticut and federal statutes, regulations, and cases important to elder law -- a must for any Connecticut Elder Law Attorney.
Pension Action Center
Can help you understand your rights under pension law and claim the retirement income benefits that you have earned.
Telephone Directory
Extensive telephone directory with web links to various Connecticut state agencies, legal services, agencies on aging, and other various groups in the health/elder network.
Government Health Care and
Benefits Program Index

Provides current benefit figures to several government programs such as Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, ConnPACE, etc.
Connecticut's Federal
and State Legislators
Legal Assistance for
Elders in Connecticut

Addresses, phone numbers and web site links for the legal programs that provide advice and representation to seniors on various elder law issues.
Connecticut Department of Social Services' Uniform Policy Manual
Information on the UPM and how to get a copy.
 
To find Connecticut legislators (local, state and federal), and other states' elected officials, please visit the AARP Legislative Action Center or view this page.

Phone numbers for various DSS programs for elders.

View the Connecticut Department of Social Services' Uniform Policy Manual (UPM).

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).

This document provides elderly living in Connecticut with a list of state-funded and/or affiliated organizations and service providers.

Here are some resources for people who are concerned with elder abuse.

Elder abuse is a growing injustice faced by older adults, and the effects can negatively impact their physical health, mental well-being, and financial stability. The abuse of elders can be physical, mental, sexual, neglect, or financial exploitation. Financial exploitation is the most prevalent abuse experienced by older adults.

Do you need help paying your bills? Find out about programs that can provide cash, food, housing, medical care, child care, energy assistance, and more. This information can help people with or without kids, veterans, people who have a disability, teens living on their own, and more.

Is someone using your personal information to open accounts, file taxes, or make purchases?

There are five Legal Services offices that provide free counseling and representation on many Elder Law issues (Medicaid and other government programs, patients’ rights, nursing home issues).

If you are 60 or over, find out how to get help from legal aid.

An advance directive allows you to have a say your health care treatment when you are unable to do so.

This web site contains links to Connecticut and federal statutes, regulations, and cases important to Elder Law -- maintained by Attorney Lisa Nachmias Davis and a must for any Connecticut Elder Law Attorney.

You may find your CT State Senator and your local State Representative by going to the General Assembly website.

Call Legal Aid for Help

If you are 60 or over, you can get help from legal aid by calling the office directly. Click here to find your legal services office by town.

Consumer Law Project for Elders (statewide): 1‑800‑296‑1467

Bridgeport Connecticut Legal Services: 1‑800‑809‑4434 or 203‑336‑3851

Greater Hartford Legal Aid: 860‑541‑5000

New Haven Legal Assistance: 203‑946‑4811

Stamford Connecticut Legal Services: 203‑348‑9216

Waterbury Connecticut Legal Services: 1‑800‑413‑7797 or 203‑756‑8074

Willimantic Connecticut Legal Services: 1‑800‑413‑7796 or 860‑456‑1761

Get help from 2-1-1

Dial 2-1-1 or go to 211ct.org for help with services in your community.

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This section of our website is for people 60 and older. Click on links below to find more information or contact the local office as listed on the left.

For debt collection issues, financial abuse, scams or other consumer problems, call the Consumer Law Project for Elders at 1-800-296-1467. For more information, click on Financial and Debt Issues below.

Other Resources

Elder Abuse Resources
Information about legal and services for the prevention of elder mistreatment.
 
SharingLaw.net
Contains links to Connecticut and federal statutes, regulations, and cases important to elder law -- a must for any Connecticut Elder Law Attorney.
Pension Action Center
Can help you understand your rights under pension law and claim the retirement income benefits that you have earned.
Telephone Directory
Extensive telephone directory with web links to various Connecticut state agencies, legal services, agencies on aging, and other various groups in the health/elder network.
Government Health Care and
Benefits Program Index

Provides current benefit figures to several government programs such as Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, ConnPACE, etc.
Connecticut's Federal
and State Legislators
Legal Assistance for
Elders in Connecticut

Addresses, phone numbers and web site links for the legal programs that provide advice and representation to seniors on various elder law issues.
Connecticut Department of Social Services' Uniform Policy Manual
Information on the UPM and how to get a copy.
 
To find Connecticut legislators (local, state and federal), and other states' elected officials, please visit the AARP Legislative Action Center or view this page.

Phone numbers for various DSS programs for elders.

View the Connecticut Department of Social Services' Uniform Policy Manual (UPM).

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).

This document provides elderly living in Connecticut with a list of state-funded and/or affiliated organizations and service providers.

Here are some resources for people who are concerned with elder abuse.

Elder abuse is a growing injustice faced by older adults, and the effects can negatively impact their physical health, mental well-being, and financial stability. The abuse of elders can be physical, mental, sexual, neglect, or financial exploitation. Financial exploitation is the most prevalent abuse experienced by older adults.

Do you need help paying your bills? Find out about programs that can provide cash, food, housing, medical care, child care, energy assistance, and more. This information can help people with or without kids, veterans, people who have a disability, teens living on their own, and more.

Is someone using your personal information to open accounts, file taxes, or make purchases?

There are five Legal Services offices that provide free counseling and representation on many Elder Law issues (Medicaid and other government programs, patients’ rights, nursing home issues).

If you are 60 or over, find out how to get help from legal aid.

An advance directive allows you to have a say your health care treatment when you are unable to do so.

This web site contains links to Connecticut and federal statutes, regulations, and cases important to Elder Law -- maintained by Attorney Lisa Nachmias Davis and a must for any Connecticut Elder Law Attorney.

You may find your CT State Senator and your local State Representative by going to the General Assembly website.