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Money Saving Programs and Services for Norwalk Seniors
Tax Reductions for Homeowners and Renters

The Homeowner’s Tax Relief Program
A reduction in real estate taxes to qualifying seniors 65 or over or people with disabilities regardless of age.
  • Income guidelines for the City Homeowner Program are $48,200 or less. 
  • Eligibility income limit for the State program is $34,600 for single persons and $42,200 for married couples. No asset limits. Guidelines are for 2015. Program applications taken from February 1, 2015 - May 15, 2015.

Renters Tax Relief
State program for elderly or totally disabled renters. Income must not exceed $34,100 if single or $41,600 for a couple. Apply between April 1, 2015 and October 1, 2015.

Help with Fuel Costs

Energy Assistance
Help with fuel bills. Eligibility for the 2014/2015 program: Income no higher than $33,190 for 1 person, $42,094 for 2 persons. For households with 3 or more persons, consult staff. Program runs from 10/15/14- 05/01/15.

Increased Social Security Benefits

A federal program that will increase your monthly income if your Social Security benefit is less than $500 per month and your only source of income. Asset limits are $2,000 for 1 person, $3,000 for 2.

Medical Benefits

Financial assistance for prescriptions for CT residents 65 or older or receiving Social Security disability payments may be eligible. Income limits are $26,400 for singles, $35,600 for couples. Enrollment period Nov. 15 - Dec. 31

Title XIX
Medicaid or Title 19 is a program of medical/financial assistance offered by Connecticut’s Dept. of Social Services. The program pays some medical bills for people who are eligible. The approximate eligibility is $912.00 per month for 1 person; $1,381.00 per month for 2 persons. Liquid assets, 1 person $1,600 and $2,400 for 2.
Medicare Part D
Prescription coverage available. Anyone who has Medicare Part A and/or B is eligible, but must enroll to receive benefits. We can provide assistance in deciding whether to enroll and which plan is best for you.
QMB (Q01)
Qualified Medicare Beneficiary Program pays Medicare Part B premiums, Medicare deductibles and Medicare co-payments for eligible seniors.

Medicare Savings Program: SLMB (Q03)
This Medicare program pays the Medicare Part B premium only, for eligible seniors.

Grants for Home Care Assistance
Call Southwestern CT Agency on Aging at (203) 333-9288 for information. Toll-free: 1-800-994-9422

Medicare Savings Program: (ALMBQ04)
Pays for Part B premium only. Subject to available funding. If you qualify, you will automatically qualify for an extra subsidy.

Other Helpful Programs

Yellow Dot Program (TRIAD)
A round yellow sticker on your car window alerts first responders that life-saving information about you is in your car’s glove compartment.
Contains your medical history, physicians names, emergency contact numbers, allergies, medications and other emergency information. It is placed in the freezer, with a magnet on the freezer door and a sticker on the outside door. We have contacted all local emergency personnel about the purpose of these packs. In the event of an emergency, the responder will see the sticker, collect the “Life Pack” and take it with the senior to the emergency room at the hospital, if that is where the senior is going. 
“LIFE PACK” IS FREE OF CHARGE!!! Call now to set up an appointment for us to go to your home and fill out your “Life Pack” (203-847-2830) 

American Red Cross Medical Equipment Loan Closet 
Located in Greenwich, they loan medical equipment such as wheelchairs, crutches, walkers, commodes and more. Also check to see what Medicare and your insurance company cover.
Call 203-869-8444 for information.

SNAP (Food Stamps)
This federally funded program provides food stamps to persons of any age meeting the gross monthly income limits of $1,680 for one person & $2,268 for two persons. No asset limit.

Project Lifesaver - NEW!
This project helps police locate people with Alzheimer's or other dementia who have wandered from home. For information, call the Norwalk Police Department at 203-854-3000.

                The Senior Umbrella  
                 TheSeniorUmbrella_thumb.bmp  Contact us for more information or for help in 
 applying for the benefits described in this brochure.

 11 Allen Road, Room 8
 Norwalk, CT 06851 
 (203) 847-2830
 (203) 846-6992  FAX (203) 849-1285
   Norwalk's Municipal Agency for the Elderly  

   Keeping seniors independent and intheir own homes is the focus of our work.

Norwalk Senior Center
(203) 847-3115
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