Residential Facility

Overview

History

The Connecticut Veterans Home, founded in 1864, was the first home for Veterans in the country. The Home served the needs of thousands of Service members from various wars until 1940 when it was relocated to its current location in Rocky Hill where the support and care for Connecticut Veterans continues.

Overview

The Residential Facility provides Veterans with a continuum of wrap around rehabilitation services and programs, within a community living environment.  Residential Staff, consisting of Social Workers, Residential Workers, a Vocational Rehabilitation Coordinator, a Therapeutic Recreation Therapist and Case Managers assist each Veteran Resident in developing an individualized plan, which outlines their goals and objectives to successfully return to independent living.

Services

Employment & Education

  • Vocational Rehabilitation Program 
  • Educational Services
  • Employment Search Assistance
  • Veteran Vocational & Therapeutic Program (VVTP)

Social Work & Case Management

  • DVA Social Work Service
  • Dept. Of Mental Health & Addiction Services (Chrysalis Center, Inc.) Partnership

Collaborative Partnerships 

  • Department of Labor Partnership
  • Connecticut Veterans Legal Center Partnership
  • Department of Social Services Partnership

Recovery Support Services

 

VET Connection (The Veteran Entertainment and Technology Connection)

Nutritional Services

Recreation and Activities

Transportation Services

Spiritual and Religious Services