If you're in need of help, you can turn to the United Way of Greater Waterbury. Simply call 2-1-1, or get access to the number of services your local team provides.
Help is never more than one phone call away. To simplify the process of getting help, United Way and the State of Connecticut support a free, confidential, multi-lingual helpline. 2-1-1 is a toll-free phone number that connects you to vital resources and services in your community.
Professional caseworkers are available to answer questions, provide information and direct you to the help you need 24/7, 365 days a year. The United Way 2-1-1 database can also be searched online at www.211ct.org.
United Way and the Familywize Community Service Partnership have teamed up to offer free Drug Discount cards to help people afford their medications. These cards are shown to a participating pharmacy who then offers a discount.
Follow these steps to start saving on your prescriptions today:
- Print your card and take it to any local participating pharmacy.
- Present your card with your valid prescription.
- The pharmacist will apply the discount.
Attending camp is often the highlight of a child's summer. To make sure everyone gets a chance to experience it, United Way of Greater Waterbury offers Campership to children ages 5 - 18, who are members of low-income families in Bethlehem, Cheshire, Middlebury, Prospect, Southbury, Thomaston, Waterbury, Watertown, Wolcott, or Woodbury. Campership enables children to attend one session of summer camp, and they are awarded on first-come, first-served basis.
Sponsored by the Greater Waterbury Campership Fund through the Republican-American newspaper, in cooperation with the United Way of Greater Waterbury