Manchester, Connecticut

Self Isolation Information & Resources

 

For the COVID-19 page click here.

For the Town Services Modified Operations Updates page click here.

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  • MACC Continues to Operate.
    • Daily bagged lunches provided Monday – Saturday 11:30AM – 12:45PM and on Easter Sunday (April 12); one per person and no one can stay on the MACC Campus.
    • The Salvation Army is passing out bagged lunches on the rest of the Sundays in April and May at 12:45 pm. Call 860-647-8003 x31 for pantry appointments or other immediate needs.
    • Donations of food, clothing, financial gifts, and other basic need items can be dropped off at 460 Main Street (pantry) Mon.–Thurs. 9AM – 4PM and Friday 9AM – 2PM.
    •  MACC’s essential food services will continue, following all social health & safety guidelines to protect our guests, volunteers, staff and community.
    • For more information on our website:https://macc-ct.org/  
  • UR COMMUNITY CARES (UCC) is a secure online resource that connects volunteers with community members who are age 70 and older or age 18+ if the person has a physical injury or disability.  UCC is up-to-date and compliant with the CDC’s COVID-19 protocols.  It’s free for residents or groups to enroll online, complete a background check, and then schedule assistance for household tasks/errands, yard work and companionship visits (currently via remote/distant contact).  Services include (but are not limited to) shopping and drop-off of food and other essentials including medical supplies, pet walking, taking out the trash, yard clean-up and anything else that provides peace of mind in difficult times. Once enrollment is done, “Community Deeds” can be scheduled quickly online, completed within a day or a few days at most, and repeated as needed (weekly, monthly or intermittently).  To get started, visit URCommunityCares.org.  UCC founder and president Michelle Puzzo can be reached at 860-430-4557 or info@urcommunitycares.org.
  • Upcoming Food Drives: for the latest information on Food Drives in Manchester, please click here.