If You Need Help
The City of Middletown’s Alert Center allows you to view all alerts and emergencies in your area. You can also subscribe to be instantly notified of alerts and emergencies.
St. Vincent de Paul Middletown’s Amazing Grace Food Pantry, 16 Stack St., is open Wednesdays and Fridays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., handing out pre-boxed grocery packages outside the facility.
2-1-1, a program of United Way of Connecticut, is your connection to the local services you need, from utility assistance, food, housing, child care, elder care, crisis intervention & more. If you have a problem using the 2-1-1-number, dial 1-800-203-1234.
If you are in a housing emergency the state and federal government have taken a number of steps to help protect homeowners and renters impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak.
For you safety: If you think your computer usage might be monitored, call or text instead: 1−888-774-2900.
Guidelines, FAQs, find a doctor, a 24-hour hotline, and other medical resources.
Connecticut Legal Services offices are closed to the public. Self-help materials are available at their website. For help, call their office: Middletown: 860-344-0447.
Food delivery services for homebound senior citizens experiencing food insecurity is available for residents of Hartford, Tolland & Middlesex counties. A $2.50 donation per meal is suggested to defray cost. To sign up, call 860-560-5848 or click the above title.
Essential Workers: Are you looking for childcare? Please take the survey.
Middletown Health Department staff will be available to answer questions Monday – Friday 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM and weekends 8:30 AM – 8:30 PM.
A youtube playlist of a series of locally made videos, activities & information on how to stay mentally healthy while practicing safe social distancing and spending more time at home.
The Middletown Public Schools are offering “Grab and Go” breakfasts and lunch for their families. This is available Monday through Friday between 9am-1pm.
Nextdoor is your local hub to connect and share with your neighborhood for the exchange of helpful information, goods, and services. Check on each other, help each other!
The Senior Center is offering Social Wellbeing Checks. Phone calls are placed by city staff and/or volunteers to help limit the feeling of isolation. If you are a Middletown resident 60 or older and wish to be added to the call list, you can email your full name, address, and phone number to email@example.com OR leave a voicemail at (860) 638-4540 with the same information.
From the Governor’s Workforce Council CT: Free online learning licenses are available to recipients of unemployment insurance, including those who have been impacted by the economic fallout of the COVID-19 public health crisis. This is an online learning management system that helps jobseekers upgrade their skills and gain certifications to secure employment.
Applications for the state-run Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program can be submitted at their website.