Last October 2022, Governor Lamont increased the income eligibility limits for Connecticut’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). As a result, nearly 10,000 individuals in 4,980 households have benefited from the program.
Under the revised eligibility benefit levels, Connecticut residents qualify for SNAP if their monthly gross income is at or below 200% of the federal poverty level.
It's National Diabetes month. I was diagnosed with type 2 some 12 years ago. Although I no longer take insulin, and deal with it through diet and exercise, I am personally aware of the costs of care. I did something about it for all who deal with diabetes.
Access Health CT's (AHCT) Open Enrollment Period for 2024 is now open. During this period, individuals can enroll for the first time, renew their coverage, and explore the various policy options to see which will be the most beneficial.
On October 24, I joined State Rep Anne Hughes and State Rep Corey Paris, for a conversation about the relationship between WCSU, the City of Danbury and the State of Connecticut and WCSU's financial crisis.
We also talked about how the political system works in Connecticut and how constituents can make their concerns heard by their legislators to help set State policy. Click here to listen - https://soundcloud.com/wxci/town-hall-meeting-wcsu-financial-crisis-10-…
The Connecticut Foundation for Dental Outreach (CFDO) in collaboration with the Connecticut State Dental Association is proud to present the Connecticut Mission of Mercy Free Dental Clinic (CTMOM). CTMOM is a two-day clinic that provides FREE dental care to the underserved and uninsured in Connecticut; those who would otherwise go without this care.