Emergency Resources: If you are in crisis: call 988
If you are experiencing homelessness, call 2-1-1 (8 a.m. to 4 p.m.)
Bolton Senior & Social Services/Bolton Food Pantry - 860-647-9196
Monday – Thursday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. - Transportation Available.
Other Social Service Resources:
Residents can support local and regional homelessness prevention efforts – see how you can help by calling the
Social Services Department at 860-647-9196.
Manchester Area Conference of Churches (MACC)
Main Line: 860- 647-0440 or macc-ct.org
Community Emergency Food Pantry: 860-647-8003 x128
Community Outreach and Emergency Services: 860-647-8003 x131
Community Kitchen: 860-647-8003 x121
Cornerstone Christian Foundation
Includes community kitchen, food pantry, clothing bank, diaper bank.
860-871-1823 or www.cornerstone-cares.org
Mobile Food Pantry – Every Other Tuesday 10 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
St. George’s Church – 1150 Boston Turnpike (Route 44).
ACCESS Community Action Agency
Includes energy assistance, case management, employment assistance,
and Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women Infant and Children (WIC).
860-450-7400 or accessagency.org
My Sister’s Place
Security Deposit Programs
860-808-2048 or sistersplacect.org
Domestic Violence Assistance
24 Hour Hotline – 860-838-8467
North Central Area Agency on Aging (NCAAA)
Housing Directory (Low-Income/Senior Housing)
Mental Health/Substance Abuse Resources:
Amplify (Regional Mental Health Board)
860-AMP-LIFY or amplifyct.org
National Alliance on Mental Illness of Connecticut (NAMI)
860-882-0236 or namict.org
Community Health Resources (CHR) Center for Health and Wellness
860-646-3888 or chrhealth.org
The Village Urgent Crisis Center (Youth and Teen)
860-297-0520 or thevillage.org. No appointment or referral needed.
Local Education Agency Liaison for Homeless Children and Youth
Beth Goldsnider - Director of HR and Student Support Services
Bolton Public Schools
72 Brandy Street
Bolton, CT 06043