- Kimberly Gordy, Social Worker
- Lisa Fredsbo, Social Worker
- Lisa Carney, Social Worker
- Megan Freeman , Office Assistant
- Heidi McSwain, Financial Assistant
For more information on assistance with Food, Health Insurance, Financial Assistance, Energy Programs, Childcare, etc. please visit the State of Connecticut Department of Social Service’s website at www.ct.gov/dss/ or call 1-855-626-6632 or visit Infoline at http://www.211ct.org/or by calling 211 from your phone.
Assistance to Seniors
Health care/insurance matters, assisted living/congregate/skilled care options, resources concerning elderly abuse and neglect, transportation programs and other matters of concern to senior citizens and their families.
Download Elderly Housing Information
Supportive Housing Program, assistance with housing search, liaison between landlords and tenants, guidance for renters and homeowners regarding court-ordered evictions, foreclosures, evictions and condemnations.
- Groton Food Locker
- Holiday Food Distribution
- SNAP Food Stamp Flyer
- Food Stamp Income Guidelines
Groton Utilities Energy Assistance Program, Operation Fuel, Project Warm-Up, Groton Emergency Energy Fund.
Discretionary Fund, Groton Local Assistance Disbursement (GLAD), Emergency Food & Shelter Program, (EFSP)
Low Cost Veterinary Services Program, shelter program referrals, furniture bank referrals, budget counseling, job search counseling, general information & referral, Access to Care Insurance Enrollment
Cat and dog food is available free of charge at
Groton Human Services
2 Fort Hill Road,
Groton, CT 06340
Our building is currently open by appointment only due to Covid-19. If you need pet food, please call the office and speak with a social worker. Quantities are limited -- based upon donations.
Pet food locker flyer