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HEALTH INSURANCE/MEDICARE

Health Insurance Overview

  1. Eligibility Quick Guide
  2. Eligibility Quick Supplement
  3. Medicare
  4. Prescription Drugs
  5. Medigap
  6. Medicare Advantage
  7. Medicaid/Husky/Title 19
  8. Access Health CT
  9. CHOICES
  10. Senior Medicare Patrol
  11. Long Term Care Insurance
  12. Benefits Check Up

PROGRAMS/COMMUNITY SUPPORTS

Financial Assistance

  1. Social Security & SSDI
  2. Medicare Savings Programs
  3. Housing Assistance
  4. Energy & Utility Assistance
  5. Income Assistance
  6. Property Tax

Transportation

Housing Overview

  1. Housing Guide
  2. Assisted Living
  3. CCRC
  4. Fair Housing Resource

Homeless Shelters

Nutrition Programs Overview

  1. Food Pantries
  2. Congregate Meals
  3. Home-Delivered Meals
  4. SNAP

Elder Abuse

Legal Services

  1. Living Wills
  2. Probate Court

Municipal Services Overview

  1. Senior Centers
  2. Municipal Agents
  3. Outreach & Social Services

Focal Points / Community Partners

Veteran’s Services

In Home Care

Disability Resources

  1. Parking Permits

Mental Health Services Overview

  1. Addiction Services
  2. Crisis Intervention
  3. Mental Health Agencies
  4. Mental Health Authorities
  5. Mental Health Clinics

Health Care Services Overview

  1. Dental Clinics
  2. Health Departments
  3. Outpatient Clinics
  4. Hospitals
  5. Geriatric Assessment
  6. Hospice

Nursing Facilities

Live Well Workshops

Senior Employment Program

CARE IN THE COMMUNITY

Elders Overview

  1. Eligibility
  2. Financial Concerns
  3. Services Available
  4. How to Apply
  5. CHCPE Staff

Programs For Person with Disabilities Overview

  1. Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)
  2. Community First Choice (CFC)
  3. Money Follows the Person (MFP)
  4. Personal Care Assistance (PCA) Waiver

Care Giver Programs & Resources Overview

  1. Care Giver Support
  2. Support Groups

Staying in Your Home Overview

  1. Adult Day Care
  2. Chore & Friendly Visitor Program
  3. Electronic Alert System
  4. Telephone Reassurance
  5. Home Repair

FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

  1. Grants Overview
  2. Application Process
  3. Application Documents
  4. Grant Writing Resources
  5. Current Grantees

PROVIDER INFORMATION

  1. Providers Overview
  2. SWCAA Role in Provider Payment
  3. SWCAA Billing and Error Resolution
  4. Claim Submission Schedule
  5. Important Provider Bulletins
  6. How to Enroll

ABOUT

  1. About SWCAA
  2. Advocacy
  3. Publications
  4. Upcoming Events
  5. Agency Leadership
  6. Agency Updates

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Web Accessibility Help

Open Enrollment is

October 15 - December 7

CHOICES Certified Counselors, in collaboration with local municipalities and senior centers, provide unbiased information designed to help you navigate your Medicare coverage options.

Call 800.994.9422 to get the unbiased help you need!

This project was supported, in part by grant number 90SAPG0068-01-00, from the U.S. Administration for Community Living, Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, D.C. 20201. Grantees undertaking projects under government sponsorship are encouraged to express freely their findings and conclusions. Points of view or opinions do not, therefore, necessarily represent official Administration for Community Living (ACL) policy.

Contact Us

(203) 333-9288

1000 Lafayette Blvd., 9th Floor
Bridgeport, CT 06604

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