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A COVID-19 Update: We Are Accepting Referrals

Connecticut Community Care (CCC) takes pride in our forty-year history of providing services and benefits to help people of all ages, abilities and incomes to live at home. We do this in partnership with the Department of Social Services (DSS) through the CT Home Care Program, Money Follows the Person (MFP), Community First Choice (CFC), the Personal Care Attendant and Acquired Brain Injury waivers. Thousands of CT citizens receive reliable, high quality home care services through these programs.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, CCC continues to perform new assessments of eligible individuals. We welcome new referrals. We offer individuals and families a modified assessment process via telephone and other virtual means to identify appropriate services and arrange for these services through a strong, resilient network of community provider organizations.

To make a referral to the CT Home Care Program click here or call 860-424-4904.

For detailed information related to MFP and CFC, call 211.

In addition to our public programs, CCC offers private care management services to those who do not meet public program eligibility requirements. For more information, visit our Private Care Management Page or call us at 860-314-2933.

We also work diligently to support post-COVID-19 discharges from hospitals back to home to avoid skilled nursing facility placements whenever possible. Despite the health care crisis, we work with skilled nursing facilities to discharge people back to the community.

We want you to know that nothing should stand in your way regarding referrals of your clients, patients, friends and family members if they meet program eligibility requirements and need supportive services to stay at home.

It is our privilege to stand shoulder to shoulder with state agencies, home care providers, skilled nursing facilities, hospitals, individuals and their loved ones during this time of unprecedented challenges.

As we hear every day…… we will get through this together.


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