For more information about Connecticut Children’s Healthy Homes Program, call:

Additional Services

Families that utilize our Healthy Homes Program may also be interested in reaching out to additional programs and services. For more information on other programs that may be of interest to your family, click on the links below.

  • 211 Child Development Infoline is a specialized unit of United Way of Connecticut that supports children’s healthy growth and development starting from pregnancy. Care coordinators answer questions and connect families to programs and supports including Help Me Grow Connecticut, which is part of a nationwide network of affiliates that promote optimal healthy development with support from the Help Me Grow National Center at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.
  • Connecticut Children’s Center for Care Coordination (the Center) supports children and families by connecting them to needed medical, behavioral, educational, legal and social services. The Center utilizes a strength-based, comprehensive approach to care coordination designed to meet the needs of children and enhance caregiving capabilities of families. Services are free of charge to families of children up to age 21.
  • Hartford Youth HIV Identification and Linkage Program works to prevent the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases among youth. The program provides interactive prevention education; community engagement and outreach; and youth friendly HIV/STD screenings. The program also links youth to medical services, employment services and other community resources.
  • Safe Kids Connecticut is part of Connecticut Children’s Injury Prevention Center and oversees a statewide network of organizations working to prevent injury in children ages 0-19.
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