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Local, State & Federal Agencies for Senior Services:

The Center for Medicare Advocacy

Non-profit group of attorneys who provide legal advice, self-help materials, and representation to people who are unfairly denied Medicare coverage.

Social Security Administration

Where you go to apply for social security retirement benefits, disability, medicare, and SSI.

Veterans' Administration

Offers wide range of benefits to qualified veterans, including medical care, Rx drug assistance, property tax exemptions, compensation for service-connected disabilities, life insurance, burial benefits, treatment for alcohol and drug addiction and more.

Connecticut Insurance Department

You will find numerous resources and easy-to-use services to help you with all your insurance and business needs. Keeping the public well informed is essential to their mission of protecting consumers.

Patient Assistance Programs or

Information on Pharmaceutical companies patient assistance programs for people who cannot afford to buy their prescriptions.

Connecticut Legal Services

Private non-profit agency that provides free legal advice, counseling and legal representation to seniors not able to afford to hire a private attorney.

Southwestern Connecticut Agency on Aging

SWCAA provides information and referrals on a variety of senior issues including health insurance counseling, respite care, and care management to frail older persons through their CT HomeCare Program.

Mesothelioma Veterans Center

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid

Long Term Care Insurance

Dept. of Social Services Elderly Services

American Association of Retired Persons

Long Term Care Ombudsman Program

Helps ensure the safety, health, welfare and rights of residents of nursing homes and residential care homes.

United Way of Fairfield County

Norwalk Transit District

Lifetime Learners

City of Norwalk

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