We realize this an extremely difficult time for everyone and want to assure you that the Greenwich Department of Human Services is here to assist in any possible way. Although the Greenwich Town Hall is currently closed to visitors, case managers are available to assist you and if needed can schedule an appointment to speak with you. Please feel free to call us at 203-622-3800 and leave your name and telephone number as well as the reason for your call. We will get back to you within 24 hours during our normal business hours of 8:30am-4:30pm Monday- Friday.
If you prefer you may also send a confidential email to Monica Bruning, Director of Human Service’s programs at MBruning@greenwichct.org or Scott Harvey, Director of Case Management at SHarvey@greenwichct.org.
As always if you have an emergency, please call 911.
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The mission of the Department of Human Services is to enhance the quality of life of Greenwich residents through support in meeting basic human needs and promoting services that foster self-sufficiency.
As the images reflect, we serve as your bridge. In addition to providing direct services, we connect you to the essential resources of the community. These resources provide the support you may need, such as:
- Access to Health Care Services
- Educational and Employment Opportunities
- Personal Safety
The available services are diverse and support all ages. Our services are provided by a dedicated professional staff and a network of community partners. We also have staff that are bi-lingual.
To contact us, please call 203-622-3800 or come to our offices in Town Hall between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. After hours appointments are available on request. For those who wish to, complete the Intake form (PDF) and bring it to the office.
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