New TVCCA Veterans' Coffeehouse to Open in Montville

TVCCA’s RSVP Veterans’ Coffeehouse is partnering with the Montville Senior Center to add a new gathering place for local veterans.  The first meeting will be held Wednesday, March 11 from 9am to 11am. The Coffeehouse is scheduled to meet on the second Wednesday of each month. The Veterans’ Coffeehouse is a comfortable location for ALL veterans and their spouses to socialize and receive information regarding veterans’ benefits and services.  

WHO:          The Coffeehouse welcomes all veterans and their families
WHERE:      Montville Senior Center, 12 Maple Ave., Montville
WHEN:        Starting March 11th and then every 2nd Wednesday of the month, 9am - 11am

New London County RSVP Veterans’ Coffeehouse Schedule
2nd &  4th Fridays, 9am – 11am
Town of Groton Human Services
2 Fort Hill Rd., Groton
2nd Wednesdays, 9am – 11am
Montville Senior Center
12 Maple Ave., Montville
1st &  3rd Thursdays, 9am – 11am
Masonicare Mystic
45 Clara Dr., Mystic
1st &  3rd Fridays, 9am – 11am
New London Senior Center
120 Broad St., New London
1st & 3rd Tuesdays, 9am – 11am
Rose City Senior Center
8 Mahan Dr., Norwich
2nd & 4th Thursdays, 9am – 11am
Pawcatuck Neighborhood Center
27 Chase St., Pawcatuck
The Coffeehouse is open to all veterans and their spouses at no cost.  The Coffeehouse relies on local donations and the commitment of RSVP volunteers to serve the veteran community.  The established Coffeehouses draw as many as 50 veterans who enjoy the comradery and speakers including authors, historians and representatives from the VA.

The Corporation for National and Community Service funds Senior Corps RSVP programs to serve local community needs.  RSVP volunteers are instrumental in meeting this and other community needs in our area.

For more information about the Coffeehouse or to volunteer, please contact Marvin Serruto, Veterans’ Coffeehouse Coordinator, at 860-425-6615 or
About TVCCA: Thames Valley Council for Community Action, Inc. (TVCCA) is a private, non-profit organization that has been providing social services in southeastern Connecticut since 1965. TVCCA is well recognized as a community leader – and partner – in advocating for and meeting the needs of the region’s economically and otherwise disadvantaged citizens.   For more information visit
About Senior Corps: Senior Corps is a program of the Corporation for National and Community Service, the federal agency for volunteering, service, and civic engagement. CNCS engages millions of Americans in citizen service through its AmeriCorps and Senior Corps programs and leads the nation’s volunteer and service efforts. For more information, visit