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Basic Needs

Find places to get food, clothing, diapers, and other basic needs.

Employment

Get connected with agencies that offer job finding help, career counseling, training, and other employment services.

Food

Locate farmer's markets, food pantries, and soup kitchens, and learn how to apply for food assistance programs.

Health Care

Find health insurance, medical providers, community clinics, and mental health and substance abuse treatment.

Housing

Search for public and low-income housing options, shelters, rent payment and deposit programs, mortgage help, and other housing resources.

More

See the full list of service categories, including Youth and Financial Supports.

Mayor Justin Elicker 

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What's New

Finding an activity for youths has never been so easy. The city of New Haven launched the first New Haven Youth Map in 2013. This revamped version continues to allow users to navigate activities and programs available for youths.

Youth @ Work has began accepting Summer 2020 applications CLICK HERE for more information.

Due to COVID-19, for openings and availability of other youth programs please call them directly.

How to Use the Site

 This video will walk you through how to use the site.

Updates/ Seasonal Information

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If you are a healthcare worker or first responder and need care for your child while you work please call this dedicated 211 number.

860-756-0864.

For more information on COVID-19 childcare Click here!

Please take our survey! This will help find you better access to services in New Haven! Click here