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«On behalf of the Windham County Reentry Council, its members would like to wish you the very best as you begin your journey. Please know there are ...»

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Welcome Home!

On behalf of the Windham County Reentry

Council, its members would like to wish you

the very best as you begin your journey.

Please know there are people here to help

you with any issues that may arise.

This guide is intended to be used by those

who are returning back to Windham County

and surrounding towns. Windham County

consists of the following towns: Ashford,

Brooklyn, Canterbury, Chaplin, Eastford,

Hampton, Killingly, Plainfield, Pomfret,

Putnam, Scotland, Sterling, Thompson, Windham, and Woodstock.


1. Food…………………………………………………………….. Page 3

2. Housing………………………………………………………… Page 6

3. Clothing………………………………………………………… Page 8

4. Transportation……………………………………………… Page 9

5. Employment…………………………………………………. Page 9

6. Education……………………………………………………… Page 10

7. Identification………………………………………………… Page 11

8. Health Care…………………………………………………… Page 12

9. Mental Health/Substance Abuse Services……. Page 16

10. Child and Family Resources………………………… Page 21

11. Courts and Probation Locations………………….. Page 22

12. Other Resources…………………………………………. Page 24



Day Kimball Hospital Community Services Building 320 Pomfret Street Putnam, CT 06260 Phone: 860-928-3660 www.daykimball.org Locations are in Putnam, Killingly, Plainfield, Thompson Access Community Action Agency

Danielson Location:

231 Broad Street Danielson, CT 06239 Phone: 860-774-8435

Willimantic Location:

1315 Main Street Suite 2 Willimantic, CT 06226 Phone: 860-450-7400 Please call for an appointment www.accessagency.org Provides: assistance to low income women/parents and their children up to 5 years of age to ensure proper nutrition through education and food, such as formula, eggs, milk, juice, cereals, cheese, dried beans, peanut butter, fruits, vegetables, and whole grains


Department of Social Services- SNAP Program (Formerly known as food stamps) Willimantic Regional Office 670-676 Main Street Willimantic, CT 06226 Phone: 860-465-3500 www.ct.gov/dss/cwp Provides: information on eligibility for clients to receive food stamps


Friends of Assisi Food Pantry 77 Water Street #A Danielson, CT 06239 Phone: 860-774-2310 Hours: Tuesdays and Fridays, 9am-11am Saint Alban’s Church Food Pantry 254 Broad Street Danielson, CT 06239 Phone: 860- 234-1350 Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:30am-12pm ACCESS Community Action Agency

Danielson Location:

231 Broad Street Danielson, CT 06239 Phone: 860- 412-1600 Hours: Mondays 8am-6pm; Tuesday-Friday 8am- 4pm

Willimantic Location:

1315 Main Street, Suite 2 Willimantic, CT 06226 Phone: 860-450-7487 Hours: Mondays 8am-6pm; Tuesday-Friday 8am- 4pm www.accessagency.org Serving: all of Windham and Tolland Counties’ low income families and individuals Canterbury Cares Food Pantry 1st Congregational Church On the Green Canterbury, CT 06331 Phone: 860-546-9007 For Canterbury residents only Project Northeast 81 Church Street Putnam, CT 06260 Phone: 860-928-4078, Leave a voicemail Catholic Charities – Diocese of Norwich 88 Jackson Street Windham, CT 06226 Phone: 860-423-7065 Project PIN Food Pantry St. Paul’s Episcopal Church 10 Railroad Avenue Plainfield, CT 06374 Phone: 860-564-3560 Daily Bread Soup Kitchen-Putnam Phone: 860-928-0169 Pick up times: Mondays and Fridays; 12:30- 1:30 pm and Wednesday evenings; 6:00 – 7:00 pm You must call in advance, and live in Putnam, Woodstock or Pomfret


Community Kitchens of Northeastern Connecticut, United Methodist Church

Danielson Location:

9 Spring Street Danielson, CT 06239 Phone: 860-779-2645

Putnam Location:

51 Grove Street Putnam, CT 06260 Phone: 860-779-2645

Moosup Locations:

United Methodist Church 13 South Main Street Moosup, CT 06354 Phone: 860-779-2645 All Hallows Church 130 Prospect Street Moosup, CT 06354 Phone: 860-779-2645 Covenant Soup Kitchen 220 Valley Street Willimantic, CT 06226 Phone: 860-423-5324 or 860-423-1643 Pdoyle@Covenantsoupkitchen.org Provides: Breakfast, lunch, and Friday dinner. Emergency pantry 2pm-4pm 1st Baptist Church 667 Main Street Willimantic, CT 06226 Phone: 860-423-1542 Provides evening meal, Sunday through Thursday


End Hunger CT!

102 Hungerford Street Hartford, CT 06016 Phone: 860-560-2100 www.endhungerct.org Provide advocacy, outreach and public education to eliminate hunger throughout CT

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ACCESS Community Action Agency Emergency Shelter 51 Reynolds Street Danielson, CT 06239 Phone: 860-774-4977 Provides: emergency shelter for single adults and families with children; intake hours are: M-F: 9am-5pm *Shelter is wheelchair accessible *Shelter does not accept pregnant women *Shelter does not accept women with newborn infants *Shelter accepts adults who are being detoxed Windham Region No Freeze Hospitality Center 1110 Main Street Willimantic, CT 06226 Phone: 860-450-1346 Provides: no freeze winter shelter provides a place for homeless adults to stay between 8pm and 8am, 7 days/week, November 1 through April 15th Eligibility: Ages 18+ Office Hours: year round, 1pm-4pm Holy Family Home and Shelter 88 Jackson Street Willimantic, CT 06226 Phone: 860-423-7719 www.holyfamilywillimantic.org Provides: emergency shelter for mothers with children (NO OTHER SINGLE ADULTS), during periods of emergency, dislocation, crisis or hardship; intake hours: M-F: 9am-5pm Length of stay may vary, but is usually 60 days with possible extensions. Support services include budgeting, parenting workshops, nutritional information, housing search assistance, access to computers and the Internet, and transportation. There is an after school homework club with an educational coordinator assisted by volunteers and tutors.

*Shelter is wheelchair accessible *Shelter accepts pregnant women who are at least six months pregnant *Shelter accepts women with newborn infants Perception Programs Sober housing and housing for individuals who are HIV+ and at risk of homelessness www.perceptionprograms.org

Willimantic Locations:

Bill’s House: 860-450-7130 Omega House: 860-450-7248 ACCESS Community Action Agency Supportive Housing for Families 231 Broad Street Danielson, CT 06239 Phone: 860-774-0418 www.accessagency.org Provides: extensive case management and works in conjunction with Killingly and Putnam Housing Authorities to utilize US HUD housing vouchers to provide permanent housing to those in need Veterans Services - Homeless Veterans VA Housing Specialist Phone: 203-824-1079 Willimantic Location: Covenant Soup Kitchen, Tuesdays from 10:45 to 11:45 am (Day and time may vary) Shift LLC Sober Houses Throughout Windham County Phone: 860-208-4999 Provides sober living for men and women. Also accepts ATR

3. CLOTHING Windham Area Interfaith Ministry (WAIM) 866 Main Street P.O. Box 221 Willimantic, CT 06226 Phone: 860-456-7270 / 860-456-9278 Provides: clothing, household needs, and furniture

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Salvation Army Family Stores Provides: affordable used clothing for infants, children of all ages, adult men and adult women, also has limited household items and appliances

Brooklyn Location:

Route 6 Brooklyn, CT 06234 Phone: 860-779-1970 Goodwill Store 201 Salem Turnpike Norwich, CT 06360 Phone: 860-204-0018 www.eastersealsgoodwill.org

4. TRANSPORTATION NE CT Transit District Dayville, Eastford and Woodstock Phone: 860-774-3902 www.ectcinc.org Windham Region Transit District Phone: 860-456-2223 www.wrtd.net

5. EMPLOYMENT CT Works Career Centers

Danielson Location:

95 Westcott Road Danielson, CT 06239 Phone: 860-412-7000

Willimantic Location:

1320 Main Street-Tyler Square Willimantic, CT 06226 Phone: 860-465-2120 www.ctdol.state.ct.us Services offered: employment Services, Job Search Assistance, Referral and support services (including CT JobCentral). Employer Recruitments, Ex-offender workshops, Employment counseling and career development guidance, Professional resume writing assistance, Training and Apprenticeship referrals, WIA Services, Veterans’ Services, Career Resource Library, Computers with internet access, Phones, Photocopying, Internet Access, Stationery for resumes, Faxing/Mail Services CT Department of Labor 200 Folly Brook Boulevard Wethersfield, CT 06109 Phone: 860-263-6000 www.ct.gov/dol Provides: veteran programs, employment and training Local contacts at CT Works Career Centers in Danielson and Willimantic CT Department of Labor – Veterans Services Willimantic CT Works Phone: 860-465-2120 (Mon, Tues, Thurs) Danielson CT Works Phone: 860-412-7030 (Wed) New London CT Works Phone: 860-439-7415 (Fri) www.ctvets.org Career Resources Veterans Reintegration Specialist 350 Fairfield Avenue Bridgeport, CT 06604 Phone: 203-953-3267 www.careerresources.org

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Provides: Day and night classes for GED, Spanish GED, and English as a second language. Classes from 8 am-8 pm, Daycare offered to students 9am-3pm (must register child).

Adult must be in class when child is in daycare. NO INCOME

GUIDELINES. Serving Windham County at 2 locations:

Community Learning Center 21 Valley Street Willimantic, CT 06226 Phone: 860-423-2591 Northeast Learning Center 111 Connecticut Mills Avenue Danielson, CT 06239 Phone: 860-779-3770


Quinebaug Valley Community College

Danielson Campus:

742 Upper Maple Street Danielson, CT 06239 860-412-7200

Willimantic Campus:

729 Main Street Willimantic, CT 06226 860-423-1824 Provides Associate Degrees, certificate Programs and variety of training opportunities


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Putnam Town Hall (Day Kimball Hospital) 126 Church Street Putnam, CT 06260 Phone: 860-963-6807 www.putnamct.us Windham Town Hall (Windham Hospital) 979 Main Street Willimantic, CT 06226 Phone: 860-465-3013 www.windhamct.com Puerto Rico Vital Statistics Record Office (Registro Demográfico) P.O. Box 11854 San Juan, PR 00910 Phone: 787-767-9120 www.ct.gov

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Social Security Social Security Administration 1320 Main Street Willimantic, CT 06226 www.ssa.gov Please apply in person



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DMV Norwich Office- Full Service 173 Salem Turnpike Norwich, CT 06360 Phone: 860-887-2535 www.ct.gov/DMV Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 8 am to 4 pm, Thursday 8 am to 6:30 pm, Saturday 8 am to 12:30 pm WAMH (Willimantic Advocates Make it Happen) Phone: 203-586-9827/860-617-3922 Provides assistance and funding to obtain identification documents


Help Me Grow/ Child Development Infoline Phone: 800-505-7000 www.infoline.org HUSKY- Children’s Health Insurance Infoline Phone: 1-877-284-8759 Hours: Monday-Friday For Spanish (Se habla español) Phone: 1-800-656-6684 Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 am-5:00 pm Provides: full health insurance plans for children and teenagers up to age 19 regardless of family income. HUSKY pays for doctor visits, prescriptions, vision and dental care, and much more Day Kimball Hospital 320 Pomfret Street Putnam, CT 06260 Phone: 860-928-6541 www.daykimball.org


Nurturing Families Network Phone: 860-928-6541 ext 2077 Provides: case/care management for at risk first time parents Healthy Start Phone: 860-928-6541 ext 2595 Provides: case/care management for pregnant women Free CT health insurance program for uninsured pregnant women and children up to age 36 months.

Putnam Pediatric Center Phone: 860-963-6390 Provides: pediatricians for infants, children, and adolescent care Plainfield Healthcare Center 12 Lathrop Road Plainfield, CT 06374 Main number: 860-457-9133 Walk-In Center Phone: 860-457-9150 Thompson Pediatric Center 415 Riverside Drive North Grosvenordale, CT 06255 Phone: 860-923-1141 Provides: pediatricians for infants, children, and adolescent care Danielson Health Center 55 Green Hollow Road Danielson, CT 06239 Phone: 860-779-0066 Provides: diagnostic imaging, laboratory services, and rehabilitation services Plainfield Walk-In Center 558 Norwich Road Route 12 Plainfield, CT 06374 Phone: 860-564-4054 Provides: urgent care Plainfield Backus Health Center 120-122 Plainfield Road Moosup, CT 06354 Phone: 860-564-2198 www.backushospital.org/healthcenters Provides: primary care, with or without an appointment, Cardiology, Laboratory services, X-ray services Health Center Hours: Mon-Fri., 8:30 am – 5 pm Lab Hours: Mon-Fri., 7 am- 3:30 pm Sat., 7-11 am Generations Family Health Center Provides: community Clinics and Dental Care, medical services for the whole family, healthcare to the homeless 1315 Main Street Willimantic, CT 06226 Phone: 860-450-7471 www.genhealth.org

Putnam Location:

37C Kennedy Drive Putnam, CT 06260 Phone: 860-963-7917 By appointment only Provides: Community Clinics and Dental Care

Danielson Location:

54 Reynolds Street Danielson, CT 06239 Phone: 860-774-7501 By appointment only

Willimantic Location:

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