Is someone you know going without food?
Hunger exists throughout Connecticut, in our cities, suburbs and rural communities.
How 2-1-1 can help.
A woman requested food resources for her mother who had high prescription bills. The 2-1-1 specialist provided referrals for prescription assistance and four local food pantries. On a follow-up phone call a week later, the specialist learned that the caller was able to get food pantry help, signed up for a co-op, and applied for prescription assistance.
- SNAP/Food Stamps
- Government Surplus Food
- Summer Food Program
- School Lunch and Breakfast Programs
- Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program
- WIC: Farmers' Market Nutrition Program
- WIC: Special Supplemental Food Program
- Connecticut Department of Social Services
- End Hunger Connecticut
- End Hunger Connecticut's Food Stamp Prescreener
- Serve New England
- Connecticut Food Bank
- The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County
- The Gemma E. Moran United Way Labor Food Center