For Clients & Caregivers
How We Can Help
Connecticut Community Care is Connecticut's premier and largest care management service for the elderly and disabled. Our goal is to help clients live at home safely and as independently as possible. In fact, as a private, nonprofit, CCCI has helped thousands of elders and individuals with disabilities live safely and independently at home for more than 25 years. Professionally trained nursing and social service care managers help elders and individuals with disabilities find services and assistance from paid service providers. Care managers look at our clients' full range of needs to find the right resources and to coordinate the care program. They also arrange services for family caregivers. When you ask us to evaluate a client or loved one, you can be sure they receive a comprehensive and individual evaluation. We typically receive referrals directly from family members, friends, physicians, attorneys, bank trust officers, financial planners, social workers, probate judges and others.
Programs and How They Work
CCCI services can be accessed via one of two programs. The state program, The Connecticut Home Care Program for Elders (CHCPE), requires qualification. The Care Management Associates (CMA) program is a fee-for-service program open to all. See below for more information.