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    Farmer’s Market Coupons- Will be distributed on: Wednesday, July 22nd from 10:00am

    Farmer’s Market Coupons

    Sign up with Receptionist!  Will be distributed on: Wednesday, July 22nd from 10:00am

    Farmer’s Market coupons are available to low income seniors who meet certain eligibility requirements.

    You must meet the following Eligibility Requirements in order to receive a coupon booklet:

    ¨ You must be 60 years or older.

    ¨ Yearly income not to exceed $23,828 for single or $32,227 for couple.

    ¨ Must be participating in another need based program that verifies income eligibility such as Renter’s Rebate, Congregate Meal Program, Medicaid, SNAP (Foodstamps), etc.

    ¨ You must be a resident of the town you receive the coupon booklet from.

    ¨ If you are under 60 and disabled you must meet all other eligibility requirements and live in subsidized housing to be eligible.

    Limit of one coupon booklet per eligible senior annually.

     

    TVCCA Meals on Wheels

    If you are unable to leave your home you can start receiving Meals-on-Wheels.   Contact TVCCA at 860-934-1006 to get set up

    RESOURCES FOR COVID19 VACCINATIONS

    COVID-19 vaccination has opened to all individuals 16 years of age and older who live, work, or attend school in Connecticut.
    Please remain patient when trying to schedule an appointment
    https://covidvaccinefinder.ct.gov/
    https://hartfordhealthcare.org/health-wellness/covid-vaccine/schedule-your-vaccine
    https://covidvaccine.ynhh.org/
    https://www.ucfs.org/covid-19/
    https://www.walgreens.com/findcare/vaccination/covid-19
    https://www.cvs.com/immunizations/covid-19-vaccine
    https://www.nutmegpharmacy.com/covid19-vaccine

    COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment Assistant Line 1-877-918-2224
    Uncas Health District 860-823-1189

    Call the Senior Center with questions or for a ride  860-376-2329

    PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTIONS FOR BLIND OR TOTALLY DISABLED PERSONS

    Connecticut law provides for a $3,000 assessment exemption for taxpayers who are legally blind. Proof of the blindness (certification by a qualified medical practitioner) must be presented to the Assessor prior to October 1 in order for the exemption to be applied to that assessment year’s tax bill.
    Connecticut law also provides for a $1,000 exemption for totally disabled persons who are receiving benefits under a federal, state or local retirement plan, which contains requirements comparable to those of the Social Security Administration. Proof of disability must be presented to the Assessor prior to October 1 in order for the exemption to be applied to that assessment year’s taxes.
    Homeowners who are totally disabled may also be qualified for tax credits under the State-sponsored Homeowners Program even if they have not reached age 65. Please refer to the information in this brochure under the title “Property Tax Credits for Senior and Disabled Persons.”

    PROPERTY TAX CREDITS FOR SENIORS OR DISABLED PERSONS

    Property tax credits from $150 to $1,250 from total tax are available for low-income seniors or disabled homeowners on their primary residence. Eligibility for the “Homeowner’s Program” is based on the following criteria:
    Property owner who is at least 65 years old as of December 31 proceeding the filing period or is at least 50 years old and the widow(er) of a previously approved applicant is eligible. Totally disabled taxpayers regardless of age may also be eligible upon presentation of a Social Security Award Letter or an SSA-1099 with Medicare premiums, or proof of benefits comparable to those of the Social Security Administration. Property must be owned or held in “life use” by the applicant as of October 1 of the year prior to the application period and at the time of application.

    Income limits are determined annually by the State of Connecticut.* “Income” is considered income from all sources, including tax-exempt interest and Social Security. The income limit for the 2019 tax year is $45,100 for couples and $37,000 for single applicants. Applications must be renewed every two years between February 1 and May 15. Applicants must bring with them copies of their Federal Income Tax (if filed) and their SSA-1099. If taxes are not filed, applicant must provide statements of all income sources (pensions, interest income, SSA-1099, etc.)

    *Qualifying Income thresholds are based on Connecticut Office of Policy & Management guidelines set annually.