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Community Services & Links

2-1-1 InfoLine

Ever wonder how to find a community service when you or someone you know needs help? The 2-1-1 InfoLine is a free, confidential, and multilingual way to locate hundreds of health and human services in your area. Simply dial 2-1-1 from your phone to connect with a caseworker that will assist you in dealing with a crisis.

Job Corps

Offers free education and career training for people age 16–24 who are ready to work toward a successful future.

American Job Center of Connecticut

Need help getting a job, developing a resume, or exploring career options? Connecticut’s American Job Center provides free training programs and paid internships for those age 16–24 with a high school diploma or high school equivalency certificate.

Connecticut Office of Higher Education

Seeks to advance the promise of post-secondary education for all state residents, and to advocate on behalf of students, taxpayers, and the post-secondary schools and colleges which fall under its purview. OHE ensures that students have access to post-secondary institutions which meet the highest standards of academic quality, administers the state’s student financial aid programs, and serves as an information and consumer protection resource.

Office of Family & Community Partnership

The OFCP is operated by the Windsor Public Schools with support from a generous grant from the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving. This initiative is designed to increase student growth and achievement through improved collaborative partnerships between schools, families, and the community. Efforts are based on the philosophy that a child’s family is his/her first teacher and that it takes all of us to educate our children well.

If you have ideas about how our schools, families and community can work better together, please contact:

  • Dr. Michael Mallery, Jr., Ph.D. at 860.687.2000, ext. 1241
  • Jenifer Phelps at 860.687.2000, ext. 1263

Windsor Public Schools: Family Resource Centers

Family Resource Centers (FRCs) are located in each of the four elementary schools. FRCs offer an array of free programs and community information and resources throughout the year for families and children who are Windsor residents. They also offer the Tree House before- and after-school program, available to children of school age, at each of the elementary schools for a fee.

Helpful Links



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Employment / Labor

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