- The CDC Website has information on what we know about the virus, and what steps you can take to help prevent getting it.
- The State of Connecticut COVID-19 page has information on what’s being done to keep CT residents safe, and includes information on how to get tested if you believe you are ill.
- Mental Health Resources can be found here.
- For a list of AA Meetings Online.
- IF YOUR HOME IS NOT A SAFE PLACE – Find information for ways to get help on the National Abuuse Hotline. If your computer use is monitored and you don’t feel safe clicking that link, call 1–800–799–7233 or text LOVEIS to 22522.
- Granby – Interval House Hartford (860) 527-0550
- New Hartford, Barkhamsted & Hartland – Susan B. Anthony Project— Torrington (860)482-7133
- If you have lost your health insurance due to job loss, you may be able to find coverage through Access Health CT.
- For most up to date information on plans to reopen our economy.
- File for Unemployment benefits.
- Information on Federal Stimulus Checks
- If you are self-employed, you may still qualify for unemployment.
- Tax filing dates have been extended at both the state and federal levels.
- Resources for Businesses, including the Connecticut Recovery Bridge Loan Program, and Small Business Assistance.
- Guide to Veteran Benefits.
- The Connecticut Office of Early Childhood has launched “CTCARES for Family Child Care” to provide support to licensed family child care providers during the COVID-19 public health emergency and beyond.
- NON PROFIT ASSISTANCE – Connecticut Humanities is accepting grant applications for nonprofit humanities and cultural organizations that are facing financial hardship resulting from COVID-19. These grants are funded by the CARES Act via the National Endowment for the Humanities. Grant awards will range from $2,500 to $15,000 and no match is required. Full eligibility and grant guidelines can be found here.
- Senior resources in Granby.
Connecticut’s volunteer recruitment effort is being expanded to bolster the ranks of volunteers needed at nonprofits that offer programs for intellectual disabilities and behavioral health settings, as well as organizations that support senior citizens. Anyone interested in volunteering to help their communities in this effort can sign up by visiting portal.ct.gov/coronavirus and clicking the “Volunteers” link. Those interested will be matched with a community provider in need based on their personal interests and abilities.
Please see each town’s website for more information on community organizations.