Individual and Family Services

Individualized Needs Assessment

Bloomfield Social & Youth Services is staffed with a team of professionally trained social workers who are available to work with you and your family in determining your particular needs and the services and programs that are available to you.

Inter-Agency Referral Services

Often times the variety of organizations and agencies can be confusing and may make it difficult to know where to go for help.  After we discuss your needs with you, we will work with you to make an action plan.  The action plan will outline for you what steps to take to help you and your family.  We can assist you with navigating through services and programs available to you.  If needed, we can make referrals to other agencies on your behalf.

Child Care

Bloomfield Early Learning Center

First Congregational Church

List of child care providers in Bloomfield

2-1-1 Infoline


The Women, Infants & Children Program (WIC) is a supplemental cost-effective nutrition intervention program available to income-eligible women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, new mothers up to six (6) months after delivery and infants and children up to age five (5).  For more information, please call 860-757-4700 or visit

Diaper Bank

The Alliance for Bloomfield's Children (ABC) and Bloomfield Social & Youth Services are co-sponsors of the Diaper Bank.  Diapers are available families in need.

If you are a Bloomfield resident, please contact Social & Youth Services for an application at 860-242-1895.

If you are not a Bloomfield resident, please contact ABC or the Laurel Family Resource Center (FRC) for an application at 860-769-5518.

Other Services

Eviction & Ejectment Receivership and Processing per Connecticut General Statutes

Summer Camp - Fee Discounts/Waivers

Community Outreach and Education