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Connecticut Helps-Office of Family Support represents Connecticut’s continued commitment to serving the approximately 200 families throughout the state that lost relatives in the September 11th terrorists’ attack
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Office of Family Support
505 Hudson Street
Hartford
CT 06106-7100
 
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{New content added April 12, 2002} Family & Childrens' Agency 
Breakfast support meeting
4th Saturday of each month 9-11 AM
Supervised activities for children
Call 203-299-1532 ext.386 to RSVP

{New content added April 12, 2002} Support Group for People Affected 
by Sept. 11th Attacks
 
516 Vauxhall St. Suite 102
New London, CT 06320
860-442-3380

CENTER FOR HOPE
Bereavement Support Groups
Children/Adolescents/Parents/Spouses/Extended Family/Friends
590 Post Rd.
Darien, CT 06820
203-655-3452 Fax
203-655-4693 Voice

D'ESOPO-PRATT COMMUNITY RESOURCE
CENTER FOR LOSS AND TRANSITION
Bereavement Support Groups
Support Group for People Affected by Sept. 11 Attacks
280 Main St.
Wethersfield, CT 06109
860-563-5677 Voice

FAMILY CENTERS
Bereavement Support Groups
Support Groups for Children Affected by Sept. 11 Attack
40 Arch St.
Greenwich, CT 06836-7550
203-869-7764 Fax
203-869-4848 Voice

REGIONAL HOSPICE OF WESTERN CONN. -
HEALING HEARTS BEREAVEMENT CENTER
Support Groups for Children/Teens/Adults

73 Stadley Rough Rd.
Danbury, CT 06810
203-797-1685 Voice

If you’re aware of a support group that may be of interest to Connecticut families, Email us at cthelps@po.state.ct.us or by telephone at 860-550-6637.


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