AGING SERVICES: Hurricane Maria Evacuee Information

Hurricane Maria Evacuee Information

A Message from Richard Porth, President/CEO of United Way of Connecticut  
2-1-1 Connecticut is available for everyday challenges and during times of crisis and disaster. 2-1-1 is working to connect people who are relocating from Puerto Rico and the U.S Virgin Islands to Connecticut as a result of Hurricane Maria and Irma to the resources they need.
You can call 2-1-1 or visit, where specialized Hurricane Maria materials are available. The recently released Hurricane Maria Resource Guide, available in both English and Spanish, provides detailed information on programs and services that can help those arriving from Puerto Rico and the U.S Virgin lslands. The guide is intended to help individuals and families as well as providers  to access various resources and services including:

• Case Management     
• Education
• Emotional & Family Support
• Financial Assistance
• Food & Nutrition
• Healthcare
• Housing

Hurricane Maria Resource guide and additional resources.          
2-1-1 Connecticut works with the State's Emergency Operations Center to help provide access to services related to emergency/disaster recovery and serves as a statewide resource for emergency-related information collection and dissemination.

FEMA Brochure: Help After Disaster

Call 2-1-1 or visit for access to services and to stay informed during any extreme weather episode.

Content Last Modified on 12/7/2017 9:06:46 AM