211’s online eLibrary is a collection of papers on some of the subjects people have asked about over our 40 year history as a human service call center for Connecticut. Each document in the eLibrary gives a quick overview of the subject and points the reader to relevant service providers and to Web links to find more comprehensive detail. The eLibrary is only a research tool. It is not intended to be a substitute for the person-to-person contact that people often need when in crisis or when they need to converse with a trained professional.
When our online listings (the eLibrary and the 211 Database) do not provide the answers you need, you are encouraged to call 2-1-1 and speak to one of our contact center specialists. We are here 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
- In Connecticut call 2-1-1.
- If you are outside of Connecticut call 1-800-203-1234.
- Access Health CT: Connecticut Health Insurance Exchange
- Avoiding Scams and Frauds After a Disaster/During a Pandemic
- How to Prepare and Safely Weather a Hurricane/Tornado
- Morocco Earthquake and Libya Flooding Disasters – How to Help
- Operation Fuel
- Opioid Substance Abuse Treatment Options in Connecticut
- Preparing Connecticut Residents with HUSKY/CHIP, SNAP or Cash Benefits with End of COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Benefit Renewal Process
- School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs
- State and Federal Resources to Assist Connecticut Residents with Expected Electricity Cost Increases
- WIC Farmers Market Nutrition Program
The following eLibrary papers have been the most popular over the last 7 days:
- Sex Offender Registry – Connecticut
- Federal Poverty Levels – 3/2023-3/2024
- Social Security Cards: Documents Required To Obtain A Social Security Number And Card Or A Replacement Card
- Kinship Caregivers/Grandparents Raising Grandchildren/Custodial Relatives
- Connecticut Energy Assistance Program – CEAP: 2023-2024
- Name Changes / Changing Your Name – Connecticut
- Connecticut State Median Income: 2023-2024
- Food Stamps / SNAP
- Connecticut Child Passenger Safety Seat/Adult Seat Belt Laws
- First-Time Homebuyer Programs in Connecticut