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Other Helpful Organizations in Connecticut


AARP
21 Oak Street, Suite 104 • 860-240-7544

Connecticut Charter Oak Pass
860-424-3200
Allows Connecticut residents at least 65 years old free access to state parks and recreational day use areas.

Connecticut Department of Social Services
Elderly Services Information Line • 1-800-443-9946
This toll-free line provides information about programs for senior citizens in the State of Connecticut.

INFOLINE
You can reach INFOLINE by dialing 211
Provides a statewide clearinghouse for human service information and a telephone help-line with information, assistance, and crisis intervention for all Connecticut residents.

The Urban League of Greater Hartford
140 Woodland Street • 860-527-0147 • www.ulgh.org

United Way of Connecticut
1344 Silas Deane Highway • 860-571-7500 • www.national.unitedway.org

Easter Seals CT
85 Jones Street • 860-228-9438 • www.ct.easter-seals.org
The Easter Seal Society provides programs & services for people with disabilities.

Epilepsy Foundation Connecticut, Inc.
386 Main Street • 860-346-1924 • www.epilepsyfoundation.org
The Epilepsy Foundation of Connecticut is dedicated to improving the lives of people with epilepsy and their families.

National Association for Home Care • 202-547-7424 • www.nahc.org

National Medicare Hotline • 800-638-6933

National Hospice Organization • 800-658-8898

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