125 East AvenueRoom 202Norwalk, CT 06851-5125
Norwalk, CT 06851-5125
Community Services Department Mission
To increase and sustain the social well-being and health of all Norwalk residents.
Office of the Chief of Community Services
Community Services Department Leaders
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Under the direction of the Mayor, and with valuable guidance from its six-member Board of Health, the Norwalk Health Department provides a variety of services and programs to fulfill its mission: to prevent and control the spread of disease, promote a healthy environment, and protect the quality of life within its changing community. The Health Department staff consists of a team of trained health and administrative support professionals. The vision of the Health Department is: “Excellence with Efficiency.”
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The Fair Rent Commission office provides information to landlords and tenants regarding:
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The Norwalk Public Library is dedicated to free and equal access to information, knowledge, and independent learning in a welcoming environment, and to the joy of reading for our wonderfully diverse community.
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Norwalk Youth Services is operated for the purposes of evaluation, planning, coordination, and implementation of prevention and treatment services for youth. It also provides the opportunity for youth to develop positively in order to function as responsible members of the community.
The Department offers counseling and referral services on a voluntary, confidential, no-cost basis to young people and their families. Representatives of the Youth Services Department can serve as advocates for youth and their families by attending school planning and placement team meetings and/or meetings at Juvenile Court.
Counseling services are available to youth, ages 11 to 18, and their families who reside in Norwalk.