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Virtual QVCC Open for Business: Community Resources

Food Insecurity

You can find food bank information at either or



Covenant Soup Kitchen – serving takeout coffee/breakfast daily, hot lunch at noon Mon-Fri, bagged lunch at 11:30 AM on Sunday, and hot dinner Friday at 5:30 PM, guests without housing may eat in; Emergency Food Pantry is taking written orders Mon-Fri and Sun for pickup the following day between 11 AM and 12 PM


Catholic Charities still has an emergency food bank call 860-423-7065 for an appointment.88 Jackson Street, Windham, CT 06226


First Baptist Church of Willimantic will provide a meal Sunday through Thursday at five night a week meal program there from 5:30 to 6:45pm. 667 Main Street, Willimantic, 860-423-1542.


Windham Public Schools – offering free breakfast and lunch to children 18 and under; list of locations/times here . Food Service Grab & Go Meal Program. Anyone in Windham who is 18 years old and younger is welcome to the food provided.  Please check our website for details, or call our hotline: 860-465-2444 (6-11AM).



Friends Of Assisi Food Pantry

(860) 774-2310

77 Water St, Danielson, CT

Open Tuesdays and Fridays (closed on Friday April 3rd)

Providing carry-out pre-made boxes. Please bring ID or proof of Killingly or Brooklyn residency. They are asking that you please not come if you are sick or not feeling well.



Daily Bread

(860) 928-0169

Living Faith United Methodist Church,53 Grove St, Putnam, CT

Open Monday-Friday from 12:00- 1:30pm and also Wednesday 6:00- 7:00pm


Thompson/ Woodstock/ Pomfret

Teeg Thompson Ecumenical Empowerment Group

(860) 923-3458

65 Main St, North Grosvenordale, CT

Open Monday – Friday 10:00am- 2:00pm

The building is locked. Please call ahead and arrangements will be made to serve you during these hours.

Support Services @ QVCC

QVCC Support Services provides students with short-term, solution focused academic and personal counseling to respond to the wide variety of questions and concerns students experience as part of college or their personal life. Learn more at QVCC's Support Services webpage.

Mikaela Kitka, M.Ed., CAGS


Support Services & Mental Health Counseling

United Services Crisis Hotline: 860.774.2020

1007 N. Main Street, Dayville, CT
860.774.8648 (Hotline)

Provides immediate response to a mental health crisis (such as suicidal thoughts) as well as counseling and psychiatric services, case management, etc.


National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800-273-TALK (8255)

(Website available is Spanish)


Call 2-1-1 

A connection to local services, from utility assistance, food, housing, childcare, after school programs, elder care, crisis intervention and much more. If you are outside of Connecticut or have a problem using the 2-1-1-number, dial 800-203-1234.


Perceptions Program

54 North Street, Willimantic, CT – 860-450-0151

13 Water Street, Danielson, CT – 860-779-5852

Storrs Common, 1244 Storrs Road 2nd floor, Storrs, CT- 860-420-2450

Providing telephone therapy immediately. Please call 860-420-2450 to set up an appointment! Available sessions from your phone 9:00am to 7:00pm. New client intake available by the end of the week. 


Sexual Assault Crisis Center of Eastern Connecticut

Phone: 860-456-3595

24-hour local hotline: 860.456.2789
24-hour hotline-English: 860.999.5545

24-hour hotline-Spanish: 860.568.8332

Many More Resources and Supports