Looking for Help

Looking for help for yourself or your family?  Select a State from the listing below to view some available resources.

Help by State/Territory/Tribe

All Tribes

Aroostook Band of Micmacs

7 Northern RD, Presque Isle, ME 04769 (207) 764-1972

Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians

88 Bell Road in Littleton, ME, 04730 (207) 532-4273

Mashantucket Pequot Tribe of Connecticut

21 Ephraims Path, Ledyard, CT 06338 (860) 396-2300

Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe

483 Great Neck Road South, Mashpee, MA 02649 (508) 477-0208

Mohegan Indian Tribe of Connecticut

13 Crow Hill Road, Uncasville, CT 06382 (860) 862-6120

Narragansett Indian Tribe of Rhode Island

4375 S County Trail, Charlestown, RI 02813 (401) 364-1103

Passamaquoddy at Sypayik

15 Elders Way, Pleasant Point, ME, 04667 (207) 853-2600

Passamaquoddy Tribe, Indian Township

443 U.S. 1, Princeton, ME, 44668 (207) 796-5296

Penobscot Nation

12 Wabanaki Way, Indian Isle, ME (207) 827-7776

Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) of Massachusetts

20 Black Brook Road, Aquinnah, MA 02535-1546 (508) 645-9265

Connecticut

Connecticut Adoption

Provides information and assistance to become an adoptive parent as well as information on post adoption services. (860) 550-6608

Connecticut Child Abuse and Neglect

Provides information on reporting child abuse and neglect. (800) 842-2288

Connecticut Child Care

Supports low-income working families through child care financial assistance. Promotes high quality early education and childcare. (860) 713-6410

Connecticut Child Support

Assures financial and medical support for children by locating parents, establishing paternity and enforcing child support orders. (855) 626-6632

Connecticut Child Welfare

Provides for the safety, permanency and well being of children. (860) 550-6300

Connecticut Developmental Disabilities

Provides supportive services to persons with developmental disabilities as well as their families and caregivers. (860) 418-6000

Connecticut Early Head Start, Head Start

Promotes school readiness of children under 5 from low-income families through education, health, social and other services. (860) 713-6767

Connecticut Emergency Preparedness

Provides information and services for individuals, families, and communities impacted by disasters & public health emergencies. (860) 256-0800

Connecticut Foster Care

Information on foster care and how to become a foster parent. (888) 543-4376

Connecticut Homeless Services: Health

Provides services for homeless persons dealing with mental illness or substance abuse issues. (860) 418-6845

Connecticut Homeless Services: Shelter, Housing

Provides comprehensive housing-related services. (860) 270-8081

Connecticut Refugee Resettlement

Provides financial and medical assistance to programs and monitors resettlement activity for individuals who qualify as refugees. (800) 842-1508

Connecticut Runaway and Homeless Youth

Family and Youth Services Bureau - Runaway and Homeless Youth. (800) 786-2929

Connecticut Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)

Provides time-limited cash assistance and work opportunities to needy families, promoting work, responsibility and self-sufficiency. (855) 626-6632

Maine

Maine Adoption

Provides information and assistance to become an adoptive parent as well as information on post adoption services. (207) 624-7900

Maine Child Abuse and Neglect

Provides information on reporting child abuse and neglect. (800) 452-1999

Maine Child Care

Supports low-income working families through child care financial assistance. Promotes high quality early education and childcare. (207) 624-7900

Maine Child Support

Assures financial and medical support for children by locating parents, establishing paternity and enforcing child support orders. (207) 624-4168

Maine Child Welfare

Provides for the safety, permanency and well-being of children. (877) 680-5866

Maine Developmental Disabilities

Provides supportive services to persons with developmental disabilities as well as their families and caregivers. (207) 287-9200

Maine Early Head Start, Head Start

Promotes school readiness of children under 5 from low-income families through education, health, social and other services. (207) 623-3925

Maine Emergency Preparedness

Provides information and services for individuals, families, and communities impacted by disasters & public health emergencies. (207) 624-4400

Maine Foster Care

Information on foster care and how to become a foster parent. (207) 624-7900

Maine Homeless Services: Health

Provides services for homeless persons dealing with mental illness or substance abuse issues. (207) 287-2595

Maine Homeless Services: Shelter, Housing

Provides comprehensive housing-related services. (207) 626-4600

Maine Refugee Resettlement

Provides financial and medical assistance to programs and monitors resettlement activity for individuals who qualify as refugees. (207) 287-5737

Maine Runaway and Homeless Youth

Family and Youth Services Bureau - Runaway and Homeless Youth. (800) 786-2929

Maine Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)

Provides time-limited cash assistance and work opportunities to needy families, promoting work, responsibility and self-sufficiency (800) 442-6003

Massachusetts

Massachusetts Adoption

Provides information and assistance to become an adoptive parent as well as information on post adoption services. (800) 548-4802

Massachusetts Child Abuse and Neglect

Provides information on reporting child abuse and neglect. (800) 792-5200

Massachusetts Child Care

Supports low-income working families through child care financial assistance. Promotes high quality early education and childcare. (617) 988-6600

Massachusetts Child Support

Assures financial and medical support for children by locating parents, establishing paternity and enforcing child support orders. (800) 332-2733

Massachusetts Child Welfare

Provides for the safety, permanency and well being of children. (617) 748-2000

Massachusetts Developmental Disabilities

Provides supportive services to persons with developmental disabilities as well as their families and caregivers. (617) 727-5608

Massachusetts Early Head Start, Head Start

Promotes school readiness of children under 5 from low-income families through education, health, social and other services. (617) 988-6600

Massachusetts Emergency Preparedness

Provides information and services for individuals, families, and communities impacted by disasters & public health emergencies. (508) 820-2000

Massachusetts Foster Care

Information on foster care and how to become a foster parent. (800) 548-4802

Massachusetts Homeless Services: Health

Provides services for homeless persons dealing with mental illness or substance abuse issues. (617) 624-5913

Massachusetts Homeless Services: Shelter, Housing

Provides comprehensive housing-related services. (617) 573-1100

Massachusetts Refugee Resettlement

Provides financial and medical assistance to programs and monitors resettlement activity for individuals who qualify as refugees. (617) 727-7888

Massachusetts Runaway and Homeless Youth

Family and Youth Services Bureau - Runaway and Homeless Youth. (800) 786-2929

Massachusetts Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)

Provides time-limited cash assistance and work opportunities to needy families, promoting work, responsibility and self-sufficiency. (617) 348-8400

New Hampshire

New Hampshire Adoption

Provides information and assistance to become an adoptive parent as well as information on post adoption services. (603) 271-8140

New Hampshire Child Abuse and Neglect

Provides information on reporting child abuse and neglect. (603) 271-6562

New Hampshire Child Care

Supports low-income working families through child care financial assistance. Promotes high quality early education and childcare. (603) 271-4242

New Hampshire Child Support

Assures financial and medical support for children by locating parents, establishing paternity and enforcing child support orders. (603) 271-4427

New Hampshire Child Welfare

Provides for the safety, permanency and well-being of children. (603) 271-4440

New Hampshire Developmental Disabilities

Provides supportive services to persons with developmental disabilities as well as their families and caregivers. (603) 271-5034

New Hampshire Early Head Start, Head Start

Promotes school readiness of children under 5 from low-income families through education, health, social and other services. (603) 271-7190

New Hampshire Emergency Preparedness

Provides information and services for individuals, families, and communities impacted by disasters & public health emergencies. (603) 271-2231

New Hampshire Foster Care

Information on foster care and how to become a foster parent.  (603) 271-4711

New Hampshire Homeless Services: Health

Provides services for homeless persons dealing with mental illness or substance abuse issues. (603) 271-9196

New Hampshire Homeless Services: Shelter, Housing

Provides comprehensive housing-related services.  (603) 271-9196

New Hampshire Refugee Resettlement

Provides financial and medical assistance to programs and monitors resettlement activity for individuals who qualify as refugees. (603) 271-3986

New Hampshire Runaway and Homeless Youth

Family and Youth Services Bureau - Runaway and Homeless Youth. (800) 786-2929

New Hampshire Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)

Provides time-limited cash assistance and work opportunities to needy families, promoting work, responsibility and self-sufficiency. (603) 271-9700

Rhode Island

Rhode Island Adoption

Provides information and assistance to become an adoptive parent as well as information on post adoption services.  (401) 528-3502

Rhode Island Child Abuse and Neglect

Provides information on reporting child abuse and neglect. (800) 742-4453

Rhode Island Child Care

Supports low-income working families through child care financial assistance. Promotes high quality early education and childcare. (401) 528-3624

Rhode Island Child Support

Assures financial and medical support for children by locating parents, establishing paternity and enforcing child support orders. (401) 458-4400

Rhode Island Child Welfare

Provides for the safety, permanency and well-being of children. (401) 528-3502

Rhode Island Developmental Disabilities

Provides supportive services to persons with developmental disabilities as well as their families and caregivers. (401) 462-3421

Rhode Island Early Head Start, Head Start

Promotes school readiness of children under 5 from low-income families through education, health, social and other services. (401) 462-3071

Rhode Island Emergency Preparedness

Provides information and services for individuals, families, and communities impacted by disasters & public health emergencies. (401) 946-9996

Rhode Island Foster Care

Information on foster care and how to become a foster parent.  (401) 528-3502

Rhode Island Homeless Services: Health

Provides services for homeless persons dealing with mental illness or substance abuse issues. (401) 253-8000

Rhode Island Homeless Services: Shelter, Housing

Provides comprehensive housing-related services. (401) 222-7901

Rhode Island Refugee Resettlement

Provides financial and medical assistance to programs and monitors resettlement activity for individuals who qualify as refugees. (401) 222-5960

Rhode Island Runaway and Homeless Youth

Family and Youth Services Bureau - Runaway and Homeless Youth. (800) 786-2929

Rhode Island Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)

Provides time-limited cash assistance and work opportunities to needy families, promoting work, responsibility and self-sufficiency. (401) 462-5300

Vermont

Vermont Adoption

Provides information and assistance to become an adoptive parent as well as information on post adoption services. (800) 746-7000

Vermont Child Abuse and Neglect

Provides information on reporting child abuse and neglect. (800) 649-5285

Vermont Child Care

Supports low-income working families through child care financial assistance. Promotes high quality early education and childcare. (800) 649-2642

Vermont Child Support

Assures financial and medical support for children by locating parents, establishing paternity and enforcing child support orders. (800) 786-3214

Vermont Child Welfare

Provides for the safety, permanency and well-being of children. (802) 241-2131

Vermont Developmental Disabilities

Provides supportive services to persons with developmental disabilities as well as their families and caregivers. (802) 871-3064

Vermont Early Head Start, Head Start

Promotes school readiness of children under 5 from low-income families through education, health, social and other services. (802) 769-6139

Vermont Emergency Preparedness

Provides information and services for individuals, families, and communities impacted by disasters & public health emergencies. (800) 347-0488

Vermont Foster Care

Information on foster care and how to become a foster parent. (802) 241-2131

Vermont Homeless Services: Health

Provides services for homeless persons dealing with mental illness or substance abuse issues. (802) 828-3867

Vermont Homeless Services: Shelter, Housing

Provides comprehensive housing-related services. (802) 769-6409

Vermont Refugee Resettlement

Provides financial and medical assistance to programs and monitors resettlement activity for individuals who qualify as refugees. (802) 863-7200

Vermont Refugee Resettlement

Provides financial and medical assistance to programs and monitors resettlement activity for individuals who qualify as refugees. (802) 863-7200

Vermont Runaway and Homeless Youth

Family and Youth Services Bureau - Runaway and Homeless Youth. (800) 786-2929

Vermont Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)

Provides time-limited cash assistance and work opportunities to needy families, promoting work, responsibility and self-sufficiency. (800) 479-6151

Last Reviewed: October 19, 2015