Find what you need to live the life you want. is a free web-based resource from the State of Connecticut that helps you live life independently. Bringing together the information you need to live how and where you choose.

What can we help you find?

Services & Support

Get info about in-home care,  home modifications, groceries, transportation, and more.

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HUSKY Health & Medicaid

Learn about HUSKY Health and Medicaid, what you qualify for, and what is covered.

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Independent housing, supportive housing, community living, and emergency housing programs.

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How to Use is a website that helps people learn about their options and find long-term services and supports best suited to their own needs and goals. You can type what you are looking for into the search box to find helpful information on this site. There is also an option below to chat live with a United Way 211 agent. 

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Understanding the Coronavirus

COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, is an infectious virus and disease that can affect the health and well-being of older adults and people living with disabilities who are at risk. It’s important to understand how coronavirus can affect Connecticut’s residents and communities.

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Latest Blog Posts

Health & Well-Being
June 5, 2023

Making Hard Caregiving Conversations Easier

Talking to your loved one about their changing abilities can be a very challenging conversation. You might feel like there’s never a right time to bring up the topic, or worry about hurting their feelings. However, while these conversations are…
Profiles of Real People
May 25, 2023

Profiles of Real People: Brenton’s Story

Brenton always enjoyed the simple things in life. A good book or cooking a good meal could make the hours fly by. One of his favorite things to do was road trip with friends and take in new sights. Turning…
Health & Well-Being
May 15, 2023

Ways Caregivers Can Care For Themselves

While caregiving can be one of the most rewarding jobs out there, it can also be physically and mentally demanding, especially for informal – or unpaid – caregivers. In fact, while caregivers are doing all they can to support their…