Community Resources

The American Red Cross exists to provide compassionate care to those in need. Among many other programs, the Red Cross offers free smoke alarm installations to homeowners. 

209 Farmington Ave.

Farmington, CT 06032
(877) 287-3327

HomeFront is a community-based, volunteer-driven repair program that provides FREE repairs to low-income homeowners, thus enabling them to remain in their homes with an improved quality of life. Currently serving Fairfield, Hartford and New Haven counties in Connecticut; and Westchester County, New York.

88 Hamilton Avenue
Stamford, CT 06902          
(800) 887-4673

The Neighborhood Renovations and Training Program renovates residential homes in need and transforms them into more livable and comfortable environments for the individuals living in them. Serving New London and Windham County.

143 Windham Road
Willimantic, CT 06226
(860) 230-7471

The Family and Children's Agency offers home repair program offers services to residents in the Southwest region providing home maintenance and handicap accessibility modifications.

140 Water Street
Norwalk, CT 06850
(203) 831-2900
(800) 842-9710

The New Britain Housing Authority provides decent, safe, and sanitary housing to prospective applicants in need of housing. They also provide help with housing and filling out forms.

16 Armistice Street
New Britain, CT 06053      
(860) 225-3534       

Neighborhood Housing Services of New Britain offers services such as Foreclosure Prevention, Landlord Class, Financial Fitness, Property Management, & Homeownership Classes

223 Broad Street
New Britain, CT 06053
(860) 224-2433

The Human Resources Agency of New Britain is a multi-service non-profit agency, which offers Energy and Housing Programs are for people who need. 

180 Clinton Street
New Britain, CT, 06053

(860) 225-8601

The CCSU Community Central program brings students together with their communities to work, learn, and grow together. They offer tax assistance for seniors, or you can suggest a community project

117 West Main St

New Britain, CT 06051

(860) 356-7728

The Corporation for Independent Living offers assistance with home modification and specialized equipment for independent living through their program Acces Solutions. Additional services include Affordable Homeownership, Group Home Development, Factory Conversion Projects, Construction Services, Nonresidential Development, and Property Management

157 Charter Oak Avenue
Hartford, CT 06106
(860) 563-6011

The Healthy Homes Program, run by the Connecticut Children's Medical Center, provides health and safety interventions, lead hazard control, energy efficiency interventions, and housing rehabilitation for property owners by coordinating resources in an efficient manner to produce healthy homes.

282 Washington Street

Hartford, CT 06106
(860) 837-6234

Capital 4 Change provides Energy Conservation Loans to qualifying Connecticut homeowners. The loan allows homeowners to make energy efficiency upgrades to their home while receiving a below-market interest rate based on income. 

121 Tremont Street

Hartford, CT 06105 
(860) 233-5165

The Connecticut Department of Banking offers resources for homeowners who are struggling to pay their mortgage or are facing foreclosure. They have several resources about next steps to take.

260 Constitution Plaza

Hartford, CT 06103

1(877) 472-8313 

The Connecticut 2-1-1 United Way database has an extended list of health and human resources including utility assistance, health care providers, financial assistance resources, and housing assistance. 

Dial 211 within Connecticut

(800) 203-1234

The Connecticut Alliance for Basic Human Needs advocates for low-income Connecticut residents and provides free legal assistance as well as various workshops throughout the year.  

65 Hungerford Street

Hartford, CT 06106

(860) 560-2100 


Please follow the link below to our national Rebuilding Together website.