Generations is the only FQHC in Windham County and the only federally-funded FQHC in Norwich. As a community health center, Generations always works with other health care organizations in the region, such as the hospitals, specialists and private practices, to coordinate the necessary care for the patients we serve.
Since 1988, the Gemma E. Moran United Way/Labor Food Center has played a key role in providing one of the building blocks to a good quality of life by feeding families and individuals facing hunger and food insecurity all across our community.
Alliance for Living is the only HIV/AIDS service organization and resource center in southeastern Connecticut. We are a group of dedicated professionals who are passionate about helping people living with HIV/AIDS in our community.
he Miracle League of SECT provides opportunities for children in Southeastern CT with physical, cognitive and developmental challenges to participate in recreational, educational and cultural activities in an accessible, nurturing and noncompetitive environment where families can come together to cultivate new friendships and experience the joy of play.
Thames River Community Service. Inc. provides safe housing and support services for families experiencing homelessness, domestic violence, substance abuse or mental wellness. The agency promotes family wellness, self-sufficiency and housing stability.
Since 1970, OIC of New London County, Inc. (OIC) has provided training, vocational counseling and job placement assistance for economically disadvantaged adults. The free programs offered by OIC are available to low-income, low-skilled New London County residents.