A way for Hartford residents to connect with Hartford resources and beyond…
COVID-19 VACCINATIONS UPDATE
For Information on Covid-19 vaccinations and more click the link below:
FREE CORONAVIRUS TEST!
Get FREE Coronavirus Testing– Click here you don’t need insurance or a doctor’s note.
FOOD & FOOD PANTRIES
FOODSHARE MOBILE HOURS & LOCATIONS– offer a Mobile Foodshare Truck. Call the number or sign up for text alerts to find out if a site has been moved or cancelled. Just show up with a bag or box to grab food. No ID required. Call 860-856-4321
Text Alerts – Text FOODSHARE to 85511
HARTFORD PUBLIC SCHOOLS– meals for students up to age 18 and under Click Here
OTHER FOOD PANTRIES– Grace Seventh Day Adventist Church | 870 Prospect Avenue. You can also contact United Way by calling 860-493-680
SNAP Helpline: 866-974-7627 If you or anyone you know is in need of food or toiletries please contact 211 or visit these local food pantries:
WARM COOKED MEALS– at Hartford Churches are listed below. Meal distribution begins at 6:00pm (first come, first serve) as follows:
- Mondays & Saturdays – Phillips Metropolitan CME – 2550 Main Street
- Tuesdays & Thursdays – Mt. Olive Church Ministries – 20 Battles Street
- Wednesdays & Fridays – Citadel of Love – 167 Barbour Street
- Monday through Friday – House of Bread – 1453 Main Street
Connect with Carina.org to find childcare based on your zip code and your distinct childcare needs. For anywhere in Connecticut.
HELP WITH BILLS | UTILITY ASSISTANCE
Call 211– to inquire about utility assistance and other assistance due to loss wages.
Hartford Foundation COVIVD-19 Response Fund– funds providing assistance with basic human needs for rent and utility services, food & grocery items, and health care services. Click Here to view agencies who will provide assistance to the community through this fund.
Need help paying your rent?
- The state of Connecticut has created the Unite CT Program to assist folks who need help with funds to pay their rental housing. Click here for more information.
Working during the COVID-19 pandemic- and have legal questions about your rights in the work place? There’s free legal help and advice available for you! Click here for help: https://www.cwealf.org/contact/information-and-referral/
Greater Hartford Legal Aid- now has a hotline (860) 541-5070, call and they’ll help answer your legal questions on: landlord/tenant issues, special education, public benefits, HUSKY/Medicaid, unemployment compensation, paid leave & comp. for crime victims. For outside of Hartford call: 1-800-453-3320. Or visit: www.ctlawhelp.org
IMMIGRANT COMMUNITY RESOURCES
CT Students 4 A Dream-list of resources for undocumented immigrants in CT here.
Universal Representation Fund – fund available to Hartford residents who are undocumented and are actively facing deportations. The funds assist with legal costs. Email: Renato.MuguerzaCalle@hartford.gov for more information.
Immigrant Business Owner– in Hartford looking for help on how to file a claim? Connect with International Hartford call Art Feltman at: (860) 719-1856; if you speak Spanish or are monolingual call Ramon Rivera at: 401-490-8844. International Hartford is a non-profit in Hartford dedicated to helping immigrant and refugees businesses.
National and local information for immigrants– of resources organized by immigrant groups. Click HERE.
UndocuBlack Network– is a multigenerational network of currently and formerly undocumented Black people that fosters community and offers resources. https://undocublack.org/asdasd
HARTFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY
Hartford Public Library– on-line resources, mobile books, something for everyone. Plus, FREE virtual programs for adults! Yes, something to make your life a little better. Check it out here.
KID EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
For all updates on Hartford Public Schools visit: http://www.hartforschools.org
SCHOOL CORONAVIRUS UPDATES
WELLBEING | MENTAL HEALTH
Click Below for:
CT Alliance to End Sexual Violence– available 24/7 Call 1-888-999-5545 ENGLISH
Domestic Violence– in a home where you don’t feel safe? Live help is available with National Domestic Violence Hotline 24/7/365 at@ndvh by chat (on twitter) or by calling: 1-800-799-7233.
Fitness– Wellness Oak Hill Adaptive Fitness offer home workouts for wheelchair bound persons. Coach Paul’s Adaptive Gym Classes On-line: Watch here.
Toivo– Offer free virtual classes ranging from yoga, Qui Gong, and men/women’s support groups. Visit their Facebook page here for more info.
*Do you know of other community resources that should be added here? If so, please Email: Madyson.Frame@hartford.gov and we’ll add it!
*This list was compiled by the offices of Councilwoman Wildaliz “Wiz” Bermudez & Councilman Josh Michtom in response to COVID-19.