Windham County, CT Assistance Programs and Resources

Services Provided on this page:
> Housing Programs and Assistance
> Food Programs and Assistance. ie. pantries
> Homeless Assistance Programs ie. shelters, day shelters, homeless assistance



Windham County Housing Assistance Programs

See our list of housing assistance programs. We list HUD, housing assistance, subsidized housing programs in Windham County.

Holy Family Home and Shelter

Date Added/Updated: 2018-09-12
https://www.holyfamilywillimantic.org/
88 Jackson Street
Willimantic, CT 06226
(860) 423-7719

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.

Holy Family Home and Shelter

Date Added/Updated: 2018-09-12
https://www.holyfamilywillimantic.org/
88 Jackson St
Windham, CT 6226
(860) 423-7719

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.

Access Emergency Shelter

Date Added/Updated: 2018-09-12
https://accessagency.org/access_program/emergency-shelter/
51 Reynolds Street
Killingly, CT 06239
(860) 774-4977

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.



Windham County Food Assistance Programs

See our list of food assistance programs. We list food pantries, soup kitchens, congregate meal programs in Windham County.

Windham No Freeze Homeless Shelter

Date Added/Updated: 2018-09-12
http://windhamnofreeze.com/
75 bridge street
Willimantic, CT 06226
860.450.1346

The Windham Region No Freeze Project, Inc. is a not-for-profit agency dedicated to the survival of homeless adults who are in the Windham Region. We provide safe temporary shelter; we strive to address unmet needs including food, clothing, hygiene, case management, emergency and transport funding; we facilitate regional community and social service agency collaboration to these ends. Nov. through Mid-April



Windham County Homeless Shelters and Homeless Assistance Programs

See our list of homeless programs. We list homeless shelters, day shelters, homeless resources for me, women, and families.

Access Emergency Shelter

Date Added/Updated: 2018-09-12

51 Reynolds St
Danielson, CT 06239
(860) 774-4977

Emergency shelter for single adults and families with children; For intake call for bed availability. Shelter is wheelchair accessible. 60 day program.