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Mayor Elicker To Announce Flu Clinic, Stress Heightened Need for Shots Amid Pandemic

October 16, 2020

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Will join City Health Director and U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro to get flu shot

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Today, October 16 at 2:30 PM, New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker will join New Haven Health Director Maritza Bond and Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro to mark the start of flu season and the opening of the City’s Flu Clinic. Mayor Elicker and Director Bond will discuss the heightened importance of getting flu shots this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and will join Congresswoman DeLauro in getting flu shots at the socially-distanced event in front of City Hall.

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City of New Haven Awarded First-Ever USDA Food Grants

October 13, 2020

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NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Ahead of World Food Day this Friday, today New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker, Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro, Connecticut Commissioner of Agriculture Bryan Hurlburt, New Haven Community Services Administrator Dr. Mehul Dalal and New Haven Food System Policy Director Latha Swamy will host a press conference at New Haven City Hall to announce that the City is the first-ever recipient of two newly formed USDA grants.

New Haven Receives Two USDA Grants

Mayor Elicker, Rep. DeLauro, Commissioner Hurlburt, Dr. Dalal, Latha Swamy

New Haven City Hall, 2nd Floor Atrium

165 Church Street, New Haven, CT

Tuesday, October 13, 2020

10:30AM

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Virtual Town Hall on Racism as a Public Health Issue

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

VIRTUAL TOWN HALL ON

RACISM AS A PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUE

SET FOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2020 AT 6 PM

(New Haven)- In response to recent events The Board of Alders empaneled a working group on Racism as a Public Health Issue.
The group, chaired by Alder Darryl J. Brackeen, Jr. (D-26) chair of the Board of Alders Health and Human Services Committee also includes alders, city officials, health professionals, and policy influencers.
The panel will host a virtual town hall to get public input on the issue.
The virtual town hall will be online on Thursday, October 15 at 6 PM

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SPECIAL NOTE FROM THE TOWN CLERK

If any eligible voter has received an absentee ballot with any ballot errors or incorrect districts, can directly call the general City Clerk’s office phone line (203) 946-8349.

Any and all staff will be able to assist you with having your ballot corrected within 24 hours.

Sorry for any inconvenience during this unprecedented General Election.

Thank you for your cooperation.

WE WILL KEEP POSTING ANY FURTHER UPDATES.

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Yale New Haven Health - Help us prevent the spread of COVID-19

Get tested today!

COVID-19 Testing is available to all community members.

If you have symptoms and would like a test, please call your physician. If you do not have a physician, please sign up for an appointment at one of our community test sites or call our COVID-19 Call Center at 833-ASK-YNHH.

If you do not have symptoms and want to be tested, please sign up for an appointment at one of our community sites by going to this website https://covidtesting.ynhhs.org/.

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New Haven to Kickoff Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October 6, 2020

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NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Today, New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker, Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro, members of the New Haven Police Department, and community partners from the HOPE Family Justice Center and BH Care will gather at New Haven City Hall for a press conference to kick off Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and highlight the many services provided by the City and from local partners.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month Press Conference

Mayor Elicker, Rep. DeLauro, Local Partners

New Haven City Hall

165 Church Street, 2nd Floor Atrium

Tuesday, October 6, 2020

11:30 AM

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New Haven Emergency Housing Response Programs

WHAT IS NEW HAVEN EMERGENCY HOUSING RESPONSE?

The City of New Haven has launched its New Haven Emergency Housing Response through the City of Haven’s Livable City Initiative to assist New Haven residents experiencing housing insecurity caused by COVID-19. The response will assist New Haven residents in mitigating the risk of eviction and/or foreclosure.


Coronavirus Assistance and Security Tenant Landlord Emergency Program (CASTLE)


The City of New Haven Coronavirus Assistance and Security Tenant Landlord Emergency Program (“CASTLE”), will assist tenants and homeowners in New Haven who have experienced income loss due to Covid-19 and are experiencing housing insecurity.

CASTLE can assist as a standalone program or in conjunction with any of the State of Connecticut’s housing assistance programs, enabling tenants and homeowners to maximize their assistance. The program will assist in mitigating the risk of eviction and/or foreclosure and create housing stability.

For more information on these two programs please click the links below:

New Haven Housing Response

CASTLE Program

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