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Connecticut Department of Social Services
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Proof of Bloomfield residency, Photo ID with current address, current bill, rent receipt or mortgage statement, gross income for the most recent 30 days, DSS budget sheet, if applicable, Date of Birth (long form for youth 18 and under, proof of guardianship/custody, if applicable.
View our Financial Assistance programs or call 860-242-1895 for more information.
211 Infoline or see local resources and options.
See the CT Housing Choice Voucher Program website for more information on how to apply.
Assisted living is a managed residential community of individual apartments that provides a full range of support services from daily meals, laundry, transportation, recreation, and maintenance. Nursing services are available 24 hours a day. For information on assisted living facilities in Bloomfield and the surrounding area, you can call the Town of Bloomfield, Social and Youth Services Department at 860-242-1895.
Community Renewal Team and Operation Fuel
Statewide Legal Services
Connecticut Fair Housing Center
Yes! We have a certified CHOICES counselor who can assist you with Medicare and its related options with supplemental plans, prescription drug coverage, Advantage plans, and more. Please contact us at 860-242-1895 to speak with a counselor or to make an appointment.
The Bloomfield Food Bank is open Wednesday from 1 to 3 pm and Friday from 11 am to 1 pm.