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DSS Community Options / Connecticut Department of Social Services address.


The Connecticut Department of Social Services (DSS) is a state government agency responsible for administering programs and services related to welfare, social services, and economic assistance for individuals and families in need. Some of the programs and services offered by DSS include cash assistance, food assistance, child care assistance, and programs for the elderly and disabled. DSS also administers programs that support individuals and families in achieving self-sufficiency, such as job training and education.

The Connecticut Department of Social Services (DSS) serves all towns in the state of Connecticut. DSS is a state agency and its programs and services are available to all residents of Connecticut who meet the eligibility criteria for the specific program or service. The agency has regional offices throughout the state, which allow it to provide services to residents in all towns, including urban, suburban, and rural areas.
The Connecticut Department of Social Services (DSS) has regional offices located throughout the state. The specific locations, addresses and phone numbers of the offices will likely vary.
It is recommended to check the official website of the Connecticut DSS or contact the main office of the agency to get the current information on the locations, addresses and phone numbers of the regional offices.

You can find the main office contact information on the official website of Connecticut DSS. The website also has a "Contact Us" page that lists the various ways to contact the agency including phone numbers, e-mails, and addresses of DSS offices.

To call the Connecticut Department of Social Services (DSS), you can find the phone numbers on the official website of the agency.

You can also check the "Contact Us" page of the website for more ways to contact the agency.
Alternatively, you can call the main office of the Connecticut DSS by dialing the following number:


When you call, you may be prompted to select an option from an automated menu or speak with an operator. It's advisable to have your case number or other identifying information ready when you call, so that the representative can assist you more efficiently.

It's worth noting that, during high-volume call times, you may experience longer wait times, so it's best to call during off-peak hours if possible.

If you are having difficulty reaching the agency, you can also try reaching out through email or visiting a local DSS office in person.

Also, check the official website for more specific information about the program or service you need assistance with, as some programs have specific phone numbers or email addresses for inquiries.

DSS Field Offices and the staffed Benefits Center ( 1-855-626-6632 ) are open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (closed Wednesday).​

Bridgeport Field Office

925 Housatonic Avenue

Bridgeport, CT 06606


Danbury Field Office

342 Main Street

Danbury, CT 06810


Greater Hartford Field Office

20 Meadow Road

Windsor, CT 06095


Manchester Field Office

699 East Middle Turnpike

Manchester, CT 06040


Middletown Field Office

2081 South Main Street, Suite B

Middletown, CT 06457


New Britain Field Office

30 Christian Lane

New Britain, CT 06051-4152


New Haven Field Office

50 Humphrey Street

New Haven, CT 06513


Norwich Field Office

401 West Thames Street

Norwich, CT 06360


Torrington Field Office

62 Commercial Boulevard

Torrington, CT 06790


Stamford Field Office

1642 Bedford Street

Stamford, CT 06905


Waterbury Field Office

249 Thomaston Avenue

Waterbury, CT 06702


Willimantic Field Office

1320 Main Street / Tyler Square

Willimantic, CT 06226

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