Social Services Department

Mental Health Wellness Tips for Quarantine

Hope you will find the information helpful in these times of uncertainty.  The Town of Somers Social Services Department is here to support you.  If you need assistance, please contact us at 860.265.7551.

Mental Health Wellness Tips



Community Resources for Somers Residents

Many residents are being affected by the COVD-19 virus in many ways besides medical. Our Social Services Department has prepared a listing of Resources available to Somers residents. Resources include: health insurance, taxes, small business info, and unemployment Please review the attached listing and questions may be directed to our Social Services Director Allison Maynard 860.265.7551 or by email:

Resources Listing


Welcome to the Town of Somers Social Services Department. Our staff are dedicated to providing holistic services to promote the well-being of Somers residents.

Our department provides a variety of social service programs including:

  • Energy Assistance
  • Utility Assistance
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Case Management
  • Meals on Wheels
  • Farmers’ market vouchers
  • Emergency Financial Assistance
  • Subsidies for youth Park and Recreation programs
  • Holiday Toy Program
  • Back to School clothing/backpack program
  • Salvation Army programs
  • Information and referral
  • CHOICES counseling (Connecticut’s program for Health insurance, Outreach, Information and referral, Counseling, Eligibility Screening. )

For all of the listed services, please call our office and we will gladly assist you with scheduling an appointment:

(860) 265-7551

Allison Maynard, Director


Christina Hurdle, Social Services Coordinator


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What is a Local Prevention Council? Local Prevention Councils (LPCs) are made up of volunteers from diverse sectors in the community including the municipal sector, youth, parents, grandparents, business leaders, educators, law enforcement, faith based organizations, healthcare professionals, concerned citizens and other organizations. LPCs work to raise awareness about substance use and its impact on the community by planning and implementing educational  opportunities, local media campaigns, and other events around the topic of substance abuse prevention. In addition, they look to address policies at a local level that may have an impact on substance abuse. Participation in an LPC is an opportunity to make positive changes in your community, meet other committed community members and participate in engaging activities ranging from program planning to positive youth development activities. For more information about joining Somers Comes Together, please email


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