The Workers’ Compensation Commission administers the workers’ compensation laws of the State of Connecticut with the ultimate goal of ensuring that workers injured on the job receive prompt payment of lost work time benefits and attendant medical expenses. To this end, the Commission facilitates voluntary agreements, adjudicates disputes, makes findings and awards, hears and rules […]
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CONNECTICUT – WORKERS’ COMPENSATION COMMISSIONLearn More
GREENWICH EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICELearn More
Private nonprofit emergency ambulance service started in 1986. Each ambulance team has a Paramedic and Emergency Medical Technician. GEMS is the sole provider of emergency services to the TOWN OF GREENWICH. Their mission is to provide pre-hospital medical care of the highest quality and in the most cost effective manner. GREENWICH POLICE respond with GEMS to all […]
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS – STAMFORD CLINICLearn More
This clinic provides general internal medical care for immediate and chronic health concerns, preventative medical care, physical exams, diagnostic lab testing, general x-rays, and limited immediate pharmacy services to qualified veterans living in southern Fairfield County. Appointments must be made in advance. Surgery and treatment by specialists are provided at other VA facilities. The nearest […]
GREENWICH POLICE DEPARTMENTLearn More
Town police department with about 70 officers. Greenwich Police Divisions include; Administration, Uniform Services, Criminal Investigation, Traffic, Marine, Animal Control & Adoption, E-911 Communications Center, K-9 Unit, Domestic Violence and Community and Police Partnership – CAPP. Click here for ANIMAL CONTROL .
PERROT MEMORIAL LIBRARYLearn More
The library, named for John Perrot, a British loyalist and Old Greenwich’s first private schoolmaster, was founded in 1904 by his descendants. It is an independent institution, though Perrot and the GREENWICH LIBRARY system share the same database including online catalog and internet service.
JUNIOR LEAGUE OF GREENWICHLearn More
Chartered in 1959, this league is part of an international nonprofit organization. The JLG has 900 women members, over age 21, committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and to improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. It has designed and […]
CORPORATE ANGEL NETWORKLearn More
Nationwide nonprofit organization, founded in 1981, which arranges free air travel for cancer patients and bone marrow donors and recipients to or from recognized treatment centers by using empty seats on corporate aircrafts. There is no financial need requirement to use this service, but the patient must be able to walk and cannot require any […]
DRESS FOR SUCCESS, MID-FAIRFIELD COUNTYLearn More
Founded in 1996, this nonprofit organization provides clothing for low-income women who are going into or returning to the work force. Referrals are through government agencies, including homeless or domestic violence shelters, immigration services, and job training programs. Each client receives one suit for interviewing and another when she gets a job.
BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERS – SOUTHWESTERN CONNECTICUT CHAPTERLearn More
A regional branch of a national nonprofit organization founded in 1904. They recruit, screen and train caring adults to act as mentors and then match them with children. They operate on the premise that a one-to-one relationship with an adult provides the support a child needs to grow and mature into a responsible adult. No […]
MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY ASSOCIATION – MDA IN CONNECTICUTLearn More
Local branch of a national nonprofit health agency dedicated to finding treatments and cures for muscular dystrophy, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and other neuromuscular diseases. They fund worldwide research; by providing comprehensive health care services and support to MDA families nationwide; and by rallying communities to fight back through advocacy, fundraising and local engagement.