88 Jackson Street
Willimantic, CT - 06226
Holy Family Home and Shelter, Inc., a non - profit organization, is a 28 bed home and shelter for mothers and children, who meet certain criteria. Residents, who stay an average of 60 - 90 days, are provided with 3 meals a day, life skills workshops, case management, laundry facilities, an education program for children, assistance with permanent housing and employment searches, and referrals to other agencies as needed. A staff of 13, including social workers, provide support, a safe environment, and professional assistance. Through case management and workshops we assist our families with the information they need to rebuild their lives. The shelter works with the families to create budgets, formulate life plans and encourage further education. Those in need of help with mental health and/or addiction problems find additional assistance through a collaborative program of the Eastern Connecticut shelters and Perception Programs, Inc. Prospective residents are admitted if they are willing to adhere to shelter rules, follow curfews, help with daily chores, and participate in mandatory case management, including spending plans...
51 Reynolds Street
Killingly, CT - 06239
Emergency shelter for single adults and families with children; For intake call for bed availability. Shelter is wheelchair accessible. 60 day program. The Emergency Shelter is a 50 bed facility available to homeless families and single adults. The program is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Customers are provided 3 meals a day and basic needs items as necessary. Support for every adult includes comprehensive case management. Action plans assist individuals to address needs such as medical, housing, employment, treatment programs and transportation. Customers are required to actively participate in housing and job searches. When employment or a legitimate source of income is obtained earnings must be saved as part of their case plan. Each adult has scheduled bi-weekly meetings with their assigned case manager to report progress and receive support for their action plan requirements. Issues that caused customers to become homeless and the necessary steps to alleviate some of those barriers are addressed in case management meetings. Some of these issues may include substance abuse, mental health, employment/and or housing search, school registration, physical health, saving money, and entitlement programs. Unemployed individuals are referred to Workforce Development programs at CT Works for skill assessment and access to training opportunities...
75 bridge street
Willimantic, CT - 06226
The Windham Region No Freeze Project, Inc. is a non-profit agency dedicated to the survival of homeless adults in the Windham Region. They offer safe, temporary shelter; They seek to meet their needs, including food, clothing, sanitation, case management, emergency, and transportation funding; They facilitate cooperation among regional communities and social services for these purposes. November to mid-April Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. ..
88 Jackson St
Windham, CT - 6226
Holy Family Home and Shelter, Inc. is a non-profit organization that offers a 28-bed home and shelter for mothers and children who meet certain criteria. Residents living for an average of 60 to 90 days are offered with 3 meals a day, life skills workshops, case management, laundry services, an educational program for children, assistance with permanent residence and job search, as well as referral to other agencies if necessary. Through case management and workshops, they help their families get the information they need to rebuild their lives. A staff of 13, including social workers, offer support, a safe environment and professional help. People who need help with mental health or addiction issues can get additional support through a joint program between Eastern Connecticut's shelter and Perception Programs, Inc. They can be admitted if they are willing to follow shelter rules, adhere to a curfew, help with daily chores and participate in mandatory case management, including spending plans. The shelter works with families to create budgets, formulate life plans and encourage further education. ..
47 Cresent St
Willimantic, CT - 06226
The Windham Senior Center, operating since October 2012, enriches the lives of Windham's adult community (ages 55 and older) by offering a variety of programming and services. It is the goal of the Windham Senior Center to provide access to social, nutritional, wellness and recreational opportunities in a supportive and accessible environment. We are open Monday through Friday so Seniors have the opportunity to stop in and visit throughout the day. Come in and have a cup of coffee or tea, spend time with friends, work on a puzzle and enjoy some games! Want to learn how to knit or crochet? Our weekly knitting and crocheting group will be happy to help you with your projects. Love to get out and about but don't want to drive anymore? Our excursions are very popular and increase with the warm weather! Trips can include visiting the Governor's Mansion, Harkness Memorial State Park and holiday shopping at the malls! Who doesn't like to try new restaurants? Our trusty van takes us to places like Capitan Scott's Lobster Dock, Cracker Barrel and the Golden Lamb Buttery. We are always looking for new places to go! Staying fit a priority? The Center also offers a variety of exercise programs for varied levels of activity. Tai Chi, Yoga, and Healthy Heart are very popular programs...
1183 Plainfield Pike
Sterling, CT - 06373
They are open every 8:30 AM and 1:00 PM. ..
69 South Main Street
Brooklyn, CT - 06234
The Quinebaug Valley Senior Citizen Center was established as a counseling and coordination center and direct service provider focusing on the needs of low-income, elderly, and/or disabled residents over the age of 55 in the 11-city area of northeast Connecticut. Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. ..
207 Mashamoquet Road
Pomfret Center, CT - 06259
The Pomfret Community / Senior Center is located at 207 Mashamoquet Road and is open from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM on Tuesday, Wednesday,and Thursday. Programming is facilited through TEEG, as well as lunch offered at 11:30. The 'Learn at Lunch' programs, sponsored by TEEG are offered on Tuesdays. The 'Pomfret's in Stitches' quilting group meets on Thursday mornings and Friday evenings...
482 Norwich Road
Plainfield, CT - 06374
25 Tremko Lane
Ashford, CT - 06278
Ashford Senior Center is located in Earl W. Smith Building at 25 Tremko Lane, which is opposite Knowlton Memorial Hall in Rte 44. ..
132 Chaplin Street
Chaplin, CT - 06235
Chaplin's Senior Center is open to Chaplin residents and surrounding towns that are 50 years of age & older & offer a multitude of activities & events. The senior center is the best spot to enjoy leisure time activities, meet with friends in the lounge area & to watch favorite TV shows & sporting events on their large screen TV. In addition the senior center has a pool table & an exercise room filled with exercise equipment. Weekly Classes are also offered and include Quilting, Crafts, Tai Chi, Yoga, Watercolors & much more...
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