Regional Help

Find helpful resources in your region.

Connecticut

Connecticut Adoption Visit disclaimer page
The Department of Children and Families provides information and assistance to become an adoptive parent as well as information on post adoption services.
(860) 550-6608

Connecticut Child Abuse and Neglect Visit disclaimer page
Provides information on reporting child abuse and neglect.
(800) 842-2288

Connecticut Child Care Visit disclaimer page
Supports low-income working families through child care financial assistance. Promotes high quality early education and childcare.
(860) 713-6410

Connecticut Child Support Visit disclaimer page
Assures financial and medical support for children by locating parents, establishing paternity and enforcing child support orders.
(855) 626-6632

Connecticut Child Welfare Visit disclaimer page
Provides for the safety, permanency, and wellbeing of children.
(860) 550-6300

Connecticut Developmental Disabilities Visit disclaimer page
Provides supportive services to persons with developmental disabilities as well as their families and caregivers.
(860) 418-6000

Connecticut Early Head Start Visit disclaimer page
Promotes school readiness of children under age five from low-income families through education, health, social, and other services.
(860) 713-6767

Connecticut Emergency Preparedness Visit disclaimer page
Provides information and services for individuals, families, and communities impacted by disasters and public health emergencies.
(860) 256-0800

Connecticut Foster Care
Information on foster care and how to become a foster parent.
(888) 543-4376

Connecticut Homeless Services: Health Visit disclaimer page
Provides services for homeless persons dealing with mental illness or substance abuse issues.
(860) 418-6845

Connecticut Homeless Services: Shelter, Housing Visit disclaimer page
Provides comprehensive housing-related services.
(860) 270-8081

Connecticut Refugee Resettlement Visit disclaimer page
Provides financial and medical assistance to programs and monitors resettlement activity for individuals who qualify as refugees.
(800) 842-1508

Connecticut Runaway and Homeless Youth
Provides support for street outreach, transitional living, and maternity group home programs to serve and protect.
(800) 786-2929

Connecticut Visit disclaimer page Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Visit disclaimer page
Provides time-limited cash assistance and work opportunities to needy families. Promotes work, responsibility, and self-sufficiency.
(855) 626-6632

Maine

Maine Adoption Visit disclaimer page
Provides information and assistance to become an adoptive parent as well as information on post adoption services.
(207) 624-7900

Maine Child Abuse and Neglect Visit disclaimer page
Provides information on reporting child abuse and neglect.
(800) 452-1999

Maine Child Care Visit disclaimer page
Supports low-income working families through child care financial assistance. Promotes high quality early education and childcare.
(207) 624-7900

Maine Child Support Visit disclaimer page
Assures financial and medical support for children by locating parents, establishing paternity, and enforcing child support orders.
(207) 624-4168

Maine Child Welfare Visit disclaimer page
Provides for the safety, permanency, and well-being of children.
(877) 680-5866

Maine Developmental Disabilities Visit disclaimer page
Provides supportive services to persons with developmental disabilities as well as their families and caregivers.
(207) 287-9200

Maine Early Head Start, Head Start Visit disclaimer page
Promotes school readiness of children under age five from low-income families through education, health, social, and other services.
(207) 623-3925

Maine Emergency Preparedness Visit disclaimer page
Provides information and services for individuals, families, and communities impacted by disasters and public health emergencies.
(207) 624-4400

Maine Foster Care Visit disclaimer page
Information on foster care and how to become a foster parent.
(207) 624-7900

Maine Homeless Services: Health Visit disclaimer page
Provides services for homeless persons dealing with mental illness or substance abuse issues.
(207) 287-2595

Maine Homeless Services: Shelter, Housing Visit disclaimer page
Provides comprehensive housing-related services.
(207) 626-4600

Maine Runaway and Homeless Youth
Provides support for street outreach, transitional living, and maternity group home programs to serve and protect.
(800) 786-2929

Maine Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Visit disclaimer page
Provides time-limited cash assistance and work opportunities to needy families. Promotes work, responsibility and self-sufficiency.
(800) 442-6003

Massachusetts

Massachusetts Adoption Visit disclaimer page
Provides information and assistance to become an adoptive parent as well as information on post adoption services.
(800) 548-4802

Massachusetts Child Abuse and Neglect Visit disclaimer page
Provides information on reporting child abuse and neglect.
(800) 792-5200

Massachusetts Child Care Visit disclaimer page
Supports low-income working families through child care financial assistance. Promotes high quality early education and childcare.
(617) 988-6600

Massachusetts Child Support Visit disclaimer page
Assures financial and medical support for children by locating parents, establishing paternit,y and enforcing child support orders.
(800) 332-2733

Massachusetts Child Welfare Visit disclaimer page
Provides for the safety, permanency, and well being of children.
(617) 748-2000

Massachusetts Developmental Disabilities Visit disclaimer page
Provides supportive services to persons with developmental disabilities as well as their families and caregivers.
(617) 727-5608

Massachusetts Early Head Start, Head Start Visit disclaimer page
Promotes school readiness of children under age five from low-income families through education, health, social, and other services.
(617) 988-6600

Massachusetts Emergency Preparedness Visit disclaimer page
Provides information and services for individuals, families, and communities impacted by disasters and public health emergencies.
(508) 820-2000

Massachusetts Foster Care Visit disclaimer page
Information on foster care and how to become a foster parent.
(800) 548-4802

Massachusetts Homeless Services: Health Visit disclaimer page
Provides services for homeless persons dealing with mental illness or substance abuse issues.
(617) 624-5913

Massachusetts Homeless Services: Shelter, Housing Visit disclaimer page
Provides comprehensive housing-related services.
(617) 573-1100

Massachusetts Refugee Resettlement Visit disclaimer page
Provides financial and medical assistance to programs and monitors resettlement activity for individuals who qualify as refugees.
(617) 727-7888

Massachusetts Runaway and Homeless Youth
Provides support for street outreach, transitional living, and maternity group home programs to serve and protect.
(800) 786-2929

Massachusetts Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Visit disclaimer page
Provides time-limited cash assistance and work opportunities to needy families. Promotes work, responsibility and self-sufficiency.
(617) 348-8400

New Hampshire

New Hampshire Adoption Visit disclaimer page
Provides information and assistance to become an adoptive parent as well as information on post adoption services.
(603) 271-8140

New Hampshire Child Abuse and Neglect Visit disclaimer page
Provides information on reporting child abuse and neglect.
(603) 271-6562

New Hampshire Child Care Visit disclaimer page
Supports low-income working families through child care financial assistance. Promotes high quality early education and childcare.
(603) 271-4242

New Hampshire Child Support Visit disclaimer page
Assures financial and medical support for children by locating parents, establishing paternity, and enforcing child support orders.
(603) 271-4427

New Hampshire Child Welfare Visit disclaimer page
Provides for the safety, permanency, and well-being of children.
(603) 271-4440

New Hampshire Developmental Disabilities Visit disclaimer page
Provides supportive services to persons with developmental disabilities as well as their families and caregivers.
(603) 271-5034

New Hampshire Early Head Start Visit disclaimer page
Promotes school readiness of children under age five from low-income families through education, health, social, and other services.
(603) 271-7190

New Hampshire Emergency Preparedness Visit disclaimer page
Provides information and services for individuals, families, and communities impacted by disasters and public health emergencies.
(603) 271-2231

New Hampshire Foster Care Visit disclaimer page
Information on foster care and how to become a foster parent.
(603) 271-4711

New Hampshire Homeless Services: Health Visit disclaimer page
Provides services for homeless persons dealing with mental illness or substance abuse issues.
(603) 271-9196

New Hampshire Homeless Services: Shelter, Housing Visit disclaimer page
Provides comprehensive housing-related services.
(603) 271-9196

New Hampshire Refugee Resettlement Visit disclaimer page
Provides financial and medical assistance to programs and monitors resettlement activity for individuals who qualify as refugees.
(603) 271-3986

New Hampshire Runaway and Homeless Youth
Provides support for street outreach, transitional living, and maternity group home programs to serve and protect.
(800) 786-2929

New Hampshire Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Visit disclaimer page
Provides time-limited cash assistance and work opportunities to needy families. Promotes work, responsibility and self-sufficiency.
(603) 271-9700

Rhode Island

Rhode Island Adoption Visit disclaimer page
Provides information and assistance to become an adoptive parent as well as information on post adoption services.
(401) 528-3502

Rhode Island Child Abuse and Neglect Visit disclaimer page
Provides information on reporting child abuse and neglect.
(800) 742-4453

Rhode Island Child Care Visit disclaimer page
Supports low-income working families through child care financial assistance. Promotes high quality early education and childcare.
(401) 528-3624

Rhode Island Child Support Visit disclaimer page
Assures financial and medical support for children by locating parents, establishing paternity, and enforcing child support orders.
(401) 458-4400

Rhode Island Child Welfare Visit disclaimer page
Provides for the safety, permanency, and well-being of children.
(401) 528-3502

Rhode Island Developmental Disabilities Visit disclaimer page
Provides supportive services to persons with developmental disabilities as well as their families and caregivers.
(401) 462-3421

Rhode Island Early Head Start, Head Start Visit disclaimer page
Promotes school readiness of children under age five from low-income families through education, health, social and other services.
(401) 462-3071

Rhode Island Emergency Preparedness Visit disclaimer page
Provides information and services for individuals, families, and communities impacted by disasters and public health emergencies.
(401) 946-9996

Rhode Island Foster Care Visit disclaimer page
Information on foster care and how to become a foster parent.
(401) 528-3502

Rhode Island Homeless Services: Health Visit disclaimer page
Provides services for homeless persons dealing with mental illness or substance abuse issues.
(401) 253-8000

Rhode Island Homeless Services: Shelter, Housing Visit disclaimer page
Provides comprehensive housing-related services.
(401) 222-7901

Rhode Island Refugee Resettlement Visit disclaimer page
Provides financial and medical assistance to programs and monitors resettlement activity for individuals who qualify as refugees.
(401) 222-5960

Rhode Island Runaway and Homeless Youth
Provides support for street outreach, transitional living, and maternity group home programs to serve and protect.
(800) 786-2929

Rhode Island Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Visit disclaimer page
Provides time-limited cash assistance and work opportunities to needy families. Promotes work, responsibility and self-sufficiency.
(401) 462-5300

Vermont

Vermont Adoption Visit disclaimer page
Provides information and assistance to become an adoptive parent as well as information on post adoption services.
(800) 746-7000

Vermont Child Abuse and Neglect Visit disclaimer page
Provides information on reporting child abuse and neglect.
(800) 649-5285

Vermont Child Care Visit disclaimer page
Supports low-income working families through child care financial assistance. Promotes high quality early education and childcare.
(800) 649-2642

Vermont Child Support Visit disclaimer page
Assures financial and medical support for children by locating parents, establishing paternity, and enforcing child support orders.
(800) 786-3214

Vermont Child Welfare Visit disclaimer page
Provides for the safety, permanency, and well-being of children.
(802) 241-2131

Vermont Developmental Disabilities Visit disclaimer page
Provides supportive services to persons with developmental disabilities as well as their families and caregivers.
(802) 871-3064

Vermont Early Head Start, Head Start Visit disclaimer page
Promotes school readiness of children under age five from low-income families through education, health, social and other services.
(802) 769-6139

Vermont Emergency Preparedness Visit disclaimer page
Provides information and services for individuals, families, and communities impacted by disasters and public health emergencies.
(800) 347-0488

Vermont Foster Care Visit disclaimer page
Information on foster care and how to become a foster parent.
(802) 241-2131

Vermont Homeless Services: Health Visit disclaimer page
Provides services for homeless persons dealing with mental illness or substance abuse issues.
(802) 828-3867

Vermont Homeless Services: Shelter, Housing Visit disclaimer page
Provides comprehensive housing-related services.
(802) 769-6409

Vermont Refugee Resettlement Visit disclaimer page
Provides financial and medical assistance to programs and monitors resettlement activity for individuals who qualify as refugees.
(802) 863-7200

Vermont Runaway and Homeless Youth
Provides support for street outreach, transitional living, and maternity group home programs to serve and protect.
(800) 786-2929

Vermont Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Visit disclaimer page
Provides time-limited cash assistance and work opportunities to needy families. Promotes work, responsibility and self-sufficiency.
(800) 479-6151

Tribes

Aroostook Band of Micmacs Visit disclaimer page
7 Northern RD, Presque Isle, ME 04769
(207) 764-1972

Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians Visit disclaimer page
88 Bell Road in Littleton, ME, 04730
(207) 532-4273

Mashantucket Pequot Tribe of Connecticut Visit disclaimer page
21 Ephraims Path, Ledyard, CT 06338
(860) 396-2300

Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe Visit disclaimer page
483 Great Neck Road South, Mashpee, MA 02649
(508) 477-0208

Mohegan Indian Tribe of Connecticut Visit disclaimer page
13 Crow Hill Road, Uncasville, CT 06382
(860) 862-6120

Narragansett Indian Tribe of Rhode Island Visit disclaimer page
4375 S County Trail, Charlestown, RI 02813
(401) 364-1103

Passamaquoddy at Sypayik Visit disclaimer page
15 Elders Way, Pleasant Point, ME, 04667
(207) 853-2600

Passamaquoddy Tribe, Indian Township Visit disclaimer page
443 U.S. 1, Princeton, ME, 44668
(207) 796-5296

Penobscot Nation Visit disclaimer page
12 Wabanaki Way, Indian Isle, ME
(207) 827-7776

Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) of Massachusetts Visit disclaimer page
20 Black Brook Road, Aquinnah, MA 02535-1546
(508) 645-9265

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