Connecticut's Health Care Resource Guide 


2-1-1’S HEALTH CARE RESOURCE GUIDE is intended to provide information on state, federal and privately purchased health insurance programs for Connecticut residents. The Guide also provides information about obtaining health care when you are uninsured, ineligible for state and federal programs, or unable to pay for the cost of care. We hope that the information in our Guide provides information that will help you understand your options for accessing health care in Connecticut.


SOURCE INFORMATION: Information in this guide was compiled by the United Way of Connecticut/2-1-1 from the following sources: Child Development Infoline; Connecticut Area Agencies on Aging; Connecticut State Depts. of Children and Families, Insurance, Labor, Public Health, Rehabilitation Services, and Social Services; Georgetown University Health Policy Institute; Health Reinsurance Association; HUSKY Infoline; Lions Low Vision Centers, Eyecare America, and Vision USA; Medicare Rights Center; NEAT Marketplace at Oak Hill; U.S. Depts. of Health and Human Services, and Veterans Affairs.

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FEEDBACK: Please report errors or omissions to:
Theresa Baylock, Manager of Information Services, 860-571-6053 (