Additional Collaborations

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Independent Development Accounts

The Connecticut IDA program is an initiative of the CT Department of Labor which strengthens families and communities by facilitating self-sufficiency and economic stability through financial education and asset development. Liberty Bank logo

Our United Way and Liberty Bank partnership features a special interest bearing savings account which offers a dollar-to-dollar match up to $1000 by each Liberty Bank and United Way to assist low income families saving to buy a first home. Participants must meet with a case manager, make regular contributions to the account and complete courses on topics such as setting up a budget and understanding the mortgage process.

If you meet the Participation Requirements and want more information, please work with a Case Manager at TVCCA to complete the pre-application form. You can also schedule an appointment to meet with the IDA Coordinator, Kim Barry at 860.425.6626.


SingleCare Prescription Drug Discount Cards

SingleCare (formerly FamilyWize) cards are distributed by United Way throughout our community. The card helps lower the cost of medicine by an average of 45% or more for people without insurance or who take medications not covered by their plan. These discount cards can be used by everyone in the community, not just people without insurance. They can even be used by people with health benefits, including Medicaid and Medicare. SingleCare logo

The cards are similar to insurance in that they are shown to a pharmacist who then offers a discount which helps clients better afford their prescription medications. It is good for several years and an entire family can use it, even if members have different last names. To date, this program has saved New London County residents millions on their prescription medications! 

Text "family" to 700700 to receive a card on your phone (Message and data rates may apply. SingleCare Terms and Privacy.). Once you have received the card, you can opt out of getting messages at any time by texting "STOP." To learn more about the program and where cards can be used visit the SingleCare website.