Community Resources

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Senior Transportation Services (STS)

The mission of STS is to assist older residents of Berlin, Meriden, New Britain, Plainville, Southington, and Wallingford, ages 55 and over, to live independently in their own homes.

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Solomon Goffe House Museum

Solomon Goffe House
The Solomon Goffe House is the oldest house in Meriden, CT. The Friends of the Solomon Goffe House strives to provide historical education on communities in 18th century New England, and will preserve and provide research access to original artifacts and documents.
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Statewide Legal Services of Connecticut

Statewide Legal Services provides free advice for low-income people with legal problems in Connecticut. For some problems they may send you to another legal aid program or to a volunteer attorney.  

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Substance Use Disorder Resources in CT from 2-1-1

Resources and links to various substance use disorder programs and services and other important resources to assist with addiction and recovery in Connecticut. You can also text CTRecovery to 898211.

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United Way of Meriden and Wallingford

A thriving nonprofit with a strong base of community and corporate support.

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Wheeler Clinic

Wheeler provides primary care, addiction services, and mental health treatment in Connecticut, and serves individuals of all ages.

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Women and Families Center (WFC)

The Women & Families Center began its history in 1889 as the YWCA of Meriden. Today, the WFC is a multi-faceted human service agency providing assistance throughout Middlesex County and the Greater New Haven area.

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Workforce Alliance/American Job Centers

Employment & training assistance for job seekers and employers. American Job Centers (AJC) in South Central CT offer a variety of services to jobseekers and employers FREE of charge. They connect people to employment with training, workshops, 1-on-1 counseling, and job clubs. All South Central CT residents are encouraged to participate regardless of income, education, or employment status.
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