Connect to organizations around Middlesex County that can help you and your family stay healthy, safe and secure.
Where we live, what we eat, and the support we have around us all contributes to our health and wellbeing. This resource center is a tool you can use to find local organizations that assist with physical, emotional and social concerns. Your primary care doctor, or other health care provider, can also help you find resources.
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Please Note: This page is not a substitute for the care of your doctor and may not include every local resource. If you have questions or concerns, please contact your provider or connect with a primary care doctor.
Resources by Category
211 of Connecticut has launched a new website dedicated to resources available during this challenging time. This site includes information about the coronavirus, as well as ways you can find support.
There are government programs, as well as church and community programs, that can help you and your family get access to healthy food, especially during the COVID-19 emergency.
SNAP (Supplemental Assistance Nutrition Program)Also referred to as food stamps, SNAP can help you purchase food for you and your family. During COVID-19, many benefits have been increased and are being offered to more people. Click here to learn more and click here to apply.
WIC (Women, Infants & Children)There is a WIC Office here at Middlesex Health - click here to learn more, call us at 860-358-4070 or email us at WIC@midhosp.org. Currently, all services are being offered online/over the phone.
Food Pantries & Soup Kitchens
CT Food BankClick here to see a list of food pantries and soup kitchens in and around Middletown. There is help available in Middletown, Cromwell, Portland, East Hampton, Hebron, East Haddam and other nearby towns.
Schools & Towns
Middletown Public SchoolsDrive-through pickup of breakfast and lunch for two days. This is open to any child or adult. Click here for a list of pickup sites, menus and contact information if you have concerns about special needs or restrictions.
Other TownsThe Connecticut Department of Educaion has information about emergency meals programs for families. Click here to learn more.
Emergency Housing & Shelters
As we work together to navigate the COVID-19 emergency, shelters are working together to provide safe emergency housing. Some locations have moved, and the team at 211 will have the most up-to-date information.
Habitat for Humanity & ReStore
Habitat for Humanity is reopening in early June. If you are in need of furniture or other home goods, visit habitatmiddlesex.org/restore for additional information.
- Connecticut Office of Early Childhood (OEC)
- Website: Click here to learn more about OEC's response to COVID-19.
- PDF: Keeping Your New Baby Safe in the Time of COVID-19
- WIC (Women, Infants & Children)
There is a WIC Office here at Middlesex Health - WIC Program to learn more, call us at 860-358-4070 or email us at WIC@midhosp.org. Currently, all services are being offered online/over the phone.
- HealthyChildren.org // (En Español)
Parenting support and advice regarding children of all ages from the American Academy of Pediatrics.
- Ready, Set, Baby
A resource for expectant and brand new parents. Includes breastfeeding basics, what to expect during your baby's first hours, resources for partners and much more.
Receive free text messages with important information for you and for baby, or download the Text4Baby app. Available in English and in Spanish.
- Breast Beginnings: A free app, available for download in your Android or Apple app store.
We know that you may feel anxious about visiting a health care facility during this challenging time. But it is important to get the care you need, when you need it.
That's why all of our offices are going above and beyond to ensure that it is safe for you to come for an appointment. We're also offering virtual visits.