The mission of the Connecticut Department of Veterans’ Affairs Domiciliary is to facilitate rehabilitation of all its residents to the greatest extent possible and at the fastest rate possible. The ultimate goal is to return as many residents as possible to society as productive citizens, capable of independent living.

24 Hour Veterans Crisis Line 800-273-8255 Press 1

EMPLOYMENT

Employment and Examination Announcements

Intent to Return to Work

Connecticut Department of Labor

Connecticut Department of Higher Education

Job Postings

EDUCATION

Veterans.uconn.edu Main Page

TUITION WAIVERS

Connecticut Community Colleges

TUITION COVERAGE

HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMAS AND VETERANS OF WORLD WAR II

Connecticut State University System (Eastern, Central, Western, Southern)

HEALTHCARE

Patriot’s Landing Program

Employee Med Cert (P-33A)

Caregiver Med Cert (P-33B)

Helping You Help Your Veteran Get Into Care 

VA Services for Veterans of Operation Iraqi Freedom

Veterans Coaching Into Care 

Sgt. Overview of Healthcare Center Programs and Services

Sgt. John L. Levitow Veteran's Healthcare Center Programs and Services

Fellowship House, Residential Substance Abuse Recovery Support Program

WOMEN VETERANS

Just for Connecticut's Women Veterans

Women veterans

STATE BENEFITS

Justice for Vets

Stateside Legal Help

Veterans Justice Outreach

Need Legal Assistance

Veterans Vehicle Registration

Veterans Hunting & Fishing License

POW License Plate

Military License Plate

Disabled Veteran Plate

CDL - Skills Test Exemption for Military Veterans

Veterans Property Tax Exemption

Employee FMLA Request

Understanding Family and Medical Leave

Disabled Veteran Pass to State Parks

Veteran's Status on License/ID

Apply for the CT Wartime Service Medal

INDEXING EXEMPTION

Towns that evaluate after October 1988 must adjust their veteran’s property tax exemptions above statutory limits. The adjustment must be proportionate to the change in the value of the town’s grand list following revaluation. [CGS sec. 12-62) (PA 88-343)]

CONNECTICUT VETERANS HOME

Sgt. John L. Levitow Veteran's Health Center/Home at Rocky Hill

CONNECTICUT VETERANS CEMETERY

State of Connecticut Veterans’ Cemetery

CONTACTS

Connecticut Department of Veterans Affairs

287 West Street
Rocky Hill, CT 06067

860-616-3600
860-616-3683

Contact Us

The American Legion Department of Connecticut

287 West Street
Bdlg 7, Top Floor
Rocky Hill, CT 06067

860-436-9986
860-436-9491Fax

Contactus@ctlegion.org

The American Legion Department of Connecticut Service Officer

K. Robert Lewis
555 Williard Ave
Newington, CT 06131

860-594-6600
Kenneth.Lewis3@va.gov