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Legal help and resources during the Coronavirus crisis.

Benefits, Money, and Debt

Only a few state courthouses are operating and their business hours are limited. You may only enter an open courthouse if you are involved in a criminal arraignment or other criminal proceeding, filing or have a hearing for a Temporary Restraining Order or Civil Protection Order, or filing or have a hearing on an emergency motion for things like a temporary child custody or lockout case.

Here is the latest from DSS regarding the COVID-19 crisis.

This information is evolving quickly and we will try to update as needed. Beware of scams! The IRS will not call or email you asking for your personal information!

On March 12, 2020, the CT Public Utility Regulatory Authority (PURA), which regulates some utility companies in Connecticut, ordered that the utility companies they regulate* cannot shut off utilities for residential customers during the coronavirus pandemic.

Due to COVID-19, everyone who gets SNAP will get the full amount of SNAP for their household size for March and April.

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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Coronavirus: Get information about court access, work, benefits, housing, and more. Visit www.ctlawhelp.org/coronavirus.
Statewide Legal Services of Connecticut is open to serve you! Call our legal aid hotline: 1-800-453-3320. You can also learn about our services and apply for legal help online.

Benefits, Money, and Debt

Only a few state courthouses are operating and their business hours are limited. You may only enter an open courthouse if you are involved in a criminal arraignment or other criminal proceeding, filing or have a hearing for a Temporary Restraining Order or Civil Protection Order, or filing or have a hearing on an emergency motion for things like a temporary child custody or lockout case.

Here is the latest from DSS regarding the COVID-19 crisis.

This information is evolving quickly and we will try to update as needed. Beware of scams! The IRS will not call or email you asking for your personal information!

On March 12, 2020, the CT Public Utility Regulatory Authority (PURA), which regulates some utility companies in Connecticut, ordered that the utility companies they regulate* cannot shut off utilities for residential customers during the coronavirus pandemic.

Due to COVID-19, everyone who gets SNAP will get the full amount of SNAP for their household size for March and April.