New Milford Social Services offers guidance for residents experiencing difficulty in budgeting. Working one-on-one or in a group, our social workers can assist with challenging financial situations by offering information on managing your budget, spending less and saving more, prioritizing debt and financial obligations.
Our office offers financial tips and information on a monthly basis through our newsletter and occasional workshops specifically set up to teach the skills to enhance one's relationship with his/her money. This information is helpful to all, regardless of one's income level
«We are introducing a terrific little workbook:"BEHIND ON BILLS? Start with one step" This book contains tools designed to help you handle money emergencies, cut down on stress from mounting bills and build your finances to where you want them to be. Provided by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, it includes steps to track where your money is going and strategies to getting more money out of your situation and making tough choices in tight months. It also provides resources you can turn to for further help.
Set up time with one of our social workers to review this wonderful resource. 860-355-6079 x1
Most recent financial education tips from our staff! -
Young workers- "Summer Jobs! Summer Money!" [Jul/Aug 2017]
"A Wealth of Information!" - Consumer Financial Protection Bureau [June 2017]
Click on "more financial education tips" to see money-wise ideas on savings and spending, educating youth and miscellaneous tips to gain the skills for a better financial outlook.
2 Pickett District Road
New Milford, CT 06776
Phone: (860) 355-6079
Fax: (860) 355-6019
Office hours: M-F 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (limited office hours on Fridays after 2:30pm)