The WCAAA serves our region by developing programs and services for seniors, caregivers and persons with disabilities. Some of the programs available to those who qualify include Money Follows the Person, Caregiver Respite, and the Assistive Technology Center.
An excellent "master" resource for information, services and ideas. Great info for individuals and families.
The official Medicare.gov website.
To access Medicare by phone, use these numbers:
The Center for Medicare Advocacy’s mission is to advance access to comprehensive Medicare coverage and quality health care for older people and people with disabilities by providing exceptional legal analysis, education, and advocacy.
Waterbury (203) 597-4000 (855) 626-6632 (Waterbury Regional Office)
Jennifer Moshier, Woodbury Social Services
The Municipal Agent advocates for seniors in town, linking people in need to programs and services, providing information and referrals, and assisting with applications.
Independence Northwest provides information, advocacy and resources for those living with disabilities in our region.
Veterans benefits information, applications and program management
1-800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778).
The State of Connecticut has established a landing page for resources for LGBT seniors
A good source for finding local helps and services in Woodbury, Southbury and Oxford - excellent for long distance caregivers
Woodbury Senior Center