Social Services Block Grant (SSBG) Case Management
What can SSBG help with?
• Food and nutrition • State and Federal benefits application completion • Goal planning • Life-skills training • Housing information and assistance • Referrals to other services • Transportation assistance • Help finding educational programs • Job search and resume writing • Help finding job training opportunities
Who will benefit most?
• People who are economically disadvantaged • People who need help applying for social services • People who need referrals to basic needs, treatment, health, and shelter services • People in need of job search assistance or who need help identifying job training and educational opportunities
Who is eligible?
• Connecticut residents at least 18 years old • Individuals must make no more than 150% of the Federal Poverty Level. A case manager will check your program eligibility during your first meeting, and will refer you to someone if it turns out another program would be a better fit.
Interested in applying or finding out more about SSBG Case Management? Please call Alliance for Community Empowerment at: