Volunteer organizations that we are proud to be affiliated with:
Soldiersâ Angels â soldiersangels.org
Adopt a soldier and show your appreciation to the men and women serving our country.
Connecticut Judicial Branch â jud.ct.gov
Connecticut Bar Association â ctbar.org
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention â cdc.gov
The CDC offers numerous links to information on how environmental factors like hazardous waste, carbon monoxide, and asbestos can affect your health.
Connecticut Department of Insurance â ct.gov/cid
Get information on auto, homeownerâs, and health insurance as well as insurance laws and regulations.
Connecticut Department of Labor â ctdol.state.ct.us
Get information on unemployment benefits, job postings, education and training.
Connecticut Department of Transportation â ct.gov/dot
Get information on Connecticutâs highways, bridges, maps, videos, and permits. Connecticut Attorneys Title Insurance Company (CATIC)
Connecticut Office of Department of Health â ct.gov/dph
Get information on health care licensing and verification, physician profiles, flu updates, and more.
Connecticut Office of the Secretary of State â ct.gov/sots
Get information on elections, voter registration, business filings and forms.
Connecticut State Library â ctstatelibrary.org
Everyone can use the resources of the State Library which focus on public policy, government, law, legislation, Connecticut history and genealogy. The collections include books, journals, maps, documents, archives, photographs and newspapers, ask well as databases.
Internal Revenue Service â irs.gov
Check out the e-filing options â you can file your taxes and check on your refund. Also has loads of forms and instructions.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration â nhtsa.dot.gov
Get information on latest auto recalls, traffic safety, filing a complaint and more.
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) – niosh.com
This governmental agency, part of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), provides comprehensive information on workplace safety and health.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) – osha.gov
OSHA, part of the U.S. Department of Labor, protects U.S. employees by proposing and enforcing workplace safety and health measures.
Social Security Administration â ssa.gov
Apply for retirement benefits, disability benefits, and request a social security card.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) – samhsa.gov
Discusses how to deal with grief, the feelings that accompany grief, and how to manage them.
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission– cpsc.gov
This governmental agency provides information on recalled and potentially dangerous products and offers safety tips for the home.