This program is administered by the Middletown Board of Education in cooperation with area boards of education. It…More provides academic programs, early-childhood classes, family education, job training, workplace education, enrichment classes, counseling and assessment services.
Academic programs are designed to meet requirements for a high school diploma and are free to residents of member towns: Middletown, Cromwell, East Haddam/Moodus, East Hampton, Old Saybrook, Portland, Rocky Hill, Regional District 4 (Chester, Deep River, Essex, Centerbrook, Ivoryton), Regional District 13 (Durham, Middlefield, Rockfall) and Regional District 17 (Haddam, Higganum, Killingworth), and Westbrook. Additional locations are in the First United Methodist Church on Old Church Street in Middletown, Old Saybrook, Killingworth and Rocky Hill.
State of Connecticut Department of Children and Families 2081 S Main St, Middletown, CT06457 The Middletown office of the Department of Children and Families is one of 14 offices throughout Connecticut. The agency…More specializes in child welfare, children's behavioral health, juvenile services and the prevention of child abuse. DCF supports in-home and community-based services through contracts with service providers. In addition, the agency operates five facilities, two of which are in Middletown: Riverview Hospital and the Connecticut Juvenile Training Center. DCF's Middletown office serves Chester, Clinton, Cromwell, Deep River, Durham, East Haddam, East Hampton, Essex, Guilford, Haddam, Killingworth, Lyme, Madison, Middlefield, Middletown, Old Lyme, Old Saybrook, Portland and Westbrook.
The state Workers’ Compensation Commission administers laws of the State of Connecticut with the goal of…More ensuring workers hurt on the job receive prompt payment of lost work-time benefits and medical expenses. The Commission seeks voluntary agreements, adjudicates disputes, makes findings and awards, hears and rules on appeals and closes out cases through stipulated settlements.
Residents of the following towns are served by the Middletown regional office: Haddam, Old Lyme, Old Saybrook, Westbrook, Cheshire, Essex, Chester, Portland, Colchester, Rocky Hill, Salem, Lyme, Cromwell, Manchester, Deep River, Manchester, Glastonbury, Marlborough, East Haddam, Meriden, East Hampton, Middlefield, Middletown and Wallingford.
The office is on the third floor of 90 Court St., across from the state courthouse.
Established in 1865 to aid local women in danger of becoming destitute, St. Luke's is a private nonprofit…More organization whose network of volunteers today provides a range of free services for the elderly: transportation to medical appointments, grocery shopping, minor house repairs, home visits, case management, financial management, information and referrals.
People over age 65 (or veterans over the age of 60) qualify. St. Luke's serves the following towns: Cromwell, Durham, East Haddam, East Hampton, Haddam, Middlefield, Middletown and Portland.
St. Luke's Gatekeepers program, started in 2010, trains volunteers who have contact with the elderly to recognize signs of trouble -- depression, inadequate hygiene, hoarding, impaired reasoning -- and notify agencies that can provide the proper support services.
The offices are on the second floor of Riverview Center, just down from Middletown police headquarters, in Suite 202.
Middletown High School and Vocational Agricultural Center 200 LaRosa Lane, Middletown, CT06457 Middletown High School was founded in 1840. Although the location of the school building has changed over the years, as…More an institution, it remains the oldest secondary public school in Connecticut. The vocational agriculture program aims to prepare students for careers in agriculture or for entrance into two- or four-year colleges. Students attending the program come from Chester, Clinton, Cromwell, Deep River, Durham, East Hampton, Essex, Guilford, Haddam, Killingworth, Madison, Middlefield, Middletown, Portland, Old Saybrook, Rocky Hill and Westbrook.