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Senior Citizen's Guide to Connecticut

Other Helpful Organizations in Connecticut

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

Connecticut Charter Oak Pass
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.

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 •

United Way of Connecticut
1344 Silas Deane Highway • 860-571-7500 •

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

Epilepsy Foundation Connecticut, Inc.
386 Main Street • 860-346-1924 •
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 •

National Medicare Hotline • 800-638-6933

National Hospice Organization • 800-658-8898

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