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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 Benefits and Social Services

This benefits survey will help you determine if you could get help to pay for things like food, health insurance, and child care.

Use this page to estimate your Social Security benefits.

Scam artists go to great lengths to trick you out of your personal information or money. If you aren't sure if there is really a problem with Social Security, call them at 1-800-772-1213. Watch this video to learn how to identify and report scams.

A Notice of Overpayment is a letter that says you owe Social Security money. This article is for people who get SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance). If you get SSI, you should read the article about SSI Overpayments because the rules are different.

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 Benefits and Social Services

This benefits survey will help you determine if you could get help to pay for things like food, health insurance, and child care.

Use this page to estimate your Social Security benefits.

Scam artists go to great lengths to trick you out of your personal information or money. If you aren't sure if there is really a problem with Social Security, call them at 1-800-772-1213. Watch this video to learn how to identify and report scams.

A Notice of Overpayment is a letter that says you owe Social Security money. This article is for people who get SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance). If you get SSI, you should read the article about SSI Overpayments because the rules are different.