The evaluation report (CAPER) for 2020 CDBG program year is available for public review and comment.
Promoting independence, well-being and enhanced quality of life for West Hartford residents of all ages, through programs, services and individualized attention to residents in need.
Social Services provides support services to residents experiencing financial, physical and psychosocial hardships. This is facilitated primarily through case management - the process through which case workers assess an individual's or family's needs, advise on the various options available, and help clients achieve the maximum level of self-determination.
Social Services directs its clients to professionals and organizations equipped with the expertise to offer meaningful assistance in the areas required. While many services are available through the division, additional assistance is provided through a system of networking, advocacy and referral efforts by case managers with other service providers. This coordinated approach provides clients with an enhanced quality of life and the potential for increased self-sufficiency and independence.
West Hartford Food Pantry is in urgent need of food especially:
- Canned fruit/applesauce
- Peanut butter and jelly
- Pasta and Pasta sauce
UniteCT provides rental and utility payment assistance to qualified Connecticut households financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
This fact sheet provided by the State of Connecticut, is meant to help you understand the process of working with a homemaker companion agency in order to make the best decision for your specific needs. The West Hartford Department of Social Services has additional guidance resources available upon request.
A 75% discount may be used for a Leisure Services program, with a maximum of four weeks in the summer. Programs include summer camps, swim lessons and special interest camps.
The fund assists residents experiencing a crisis situation, hindering their ability to pay for food, utility bills, shelter costs, medical expenses, and other critical needs.
Community of Concern event, "Supporting Teen Mental Health" webinar presented by WHPS staff and local clinicians.
For adults in distress who are 18 years of age or older, Call 1-800-HOPE-135 or 2-1-1
Crisis Services for Youth For children under age 18, call 2-1-1
For 24/7 access to substance use treatment, including detox and transportation, call 1-800-563-4086
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Adult and Family services
Employment Resources, Nutritional Resources, Financial Resources, Case Management, Mental Health Resources, Youth Services
Community development block grant
Administered by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), provides federal grant funding to state and local governments
Senior Services, ADA Advocacy
Schedule a food pickup, Make a food donation, Volunteer, Make a financial donation, Foodshare information
Hillcrest outreach center
HANOC helps families with limited economic means to become more financially independent and integrated into the schools and community by coordinating resources to meet their needs.
The Housing Rehabilitation Program provides financial and technical assistance to eligible West Hartford homeowners.
prescription savings program
Social Services offers information and referrals to residents seeking knowledge about programs or services, or needing contact information regarding housing, financial programs, home care services, transportation or other programs.
Town that cares
Tax deductible donations to assist residents experiencing a crisis situation, utility bills, shelter costs, and other critical needs. Donate online today!
Veterans assistance with tax relief, housing, education, employment, burial. Information regarding the WH Veterans Memorial
Monday - Friday
8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
West Hartford Town Hall
50 South Main Street, Room 306
West Hartford, CT 06107