CT Health Resources
Office of the Healthcare Advocate (OHA)
An independent agency that helps Connecticut residents understand their healthcare options and ensure that their healthcare needs are covered. OHA services are free and confidential.
Department of Public Health Services and Programs (DPH)
Diseases and preventive health, children’s health, environmental health, statistics and more.
Department of Social Services (DSS)
Resources for elders, families with children, people with disabilities, people with HIV/AIDS and and other programs.
CT Cost Lookup App from FAIR Health
Available in English and Spanish, this free app enables both insured and uninsured healthcare consumers to estimate the costs of medical and dental services received in Connecticut.
CT Drug Card
Receive savings of up to 75% (discounts average roughly 30%) at more than 68,000 national and regional pharmacies. This card can be used as your primary plan and/or it can be used on prescriptions not covered by your insurance plan.
Living wills, organ donation, medical power of attorney – to help you plan future healthcare decisions. These materials are also available in Spanish: Directivas para Provisiones Futuras del Cuidado de la Salud.
Connecticut’s Medicare Quality Improvement Organization (QIO), Qualidigm provides information and resources for Medicare patients and their families.