Generations Family Health Center | Willimantic, Norwich, Putnam and Danielson CT

UCONN Mobile Vaccination Clinic - get your COVID-19 vaccine.

April 30 from 10-7 or May 1 from 9-5 at Killingly Commons in Dayville. Everyone is eligible ages 16+. Minors must be with parent/guardian. Call 860-679-6547 to schedule. Let wipe out COVID-19!

Need a no-cost COVID-19 test in northeast CT?


Here are additional testing sites. All sites are drive-thru or walk-up for all ages and require no appointment.

- Quinebaug Valley Community College, 742 Upper Maple Street, Danielson, on Saturdays, 8 am – 12noon

- Putnam Riverview Market Pavilion, 18 Kennedy Drive, Putnam, on Monday, Wednesday & Friday, 10 am – 5 pm

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Missy Meyers is interviewed on WINY Radio

Listen to Missy Meyer's interview on WINY Radio discussing the latest updates on the COVID-19 vaccine. Thanks Missy for presenting options for everyone on where to get the vaccine.

Mega Vaccine Clinic at Foxwoods Casino opens Tuesday, March 9th

Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and Hartford HealthCare will open a mega community vaccination site at Foxwoods Resort Casino on Tuesday, March 9.

Hours will be Tuesday and Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Thursday through Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Vaccines will be available by appointment for Connecticut residents only. Those that are currently eligible to be vaccinated can schedule an appointment today by visiting

The site will open on Tuesday, March 9, in the Rainmaker Valet Lobby and Rainmaker Casino Level, with free parking available in the Rainmaker Garage. The site at Foxwoods will open with capacity for 600 vaccinations per day, ramping up to administering up to 1,000 per day over time — with a goal of administering more than 1 million vaccines by July. Additional appointments will be added on a rolling basis as more vaccines become available, in accordance with state rules and regulations.

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Vigil on Monday night honors homeless who died in 2020


Matt Grahn The Bulletin

Dec 19, 2020

NORWICH — A vigil to remember those in the local homeless community who
have died this year will be held Monday.

The annual Homeless Persons Memorial Candlelight Vigil will take place
outside of the St. Vincent de Paul Place.

“There are people living on the fringe that need to be addressed, and until
that happens, and homelessness continues, we’ll continue the Homeless
Person’s Memorial.” said Judi Gaudet, systems of care director for
Generations Family Health, which provides healthcare services to the

Gaudete said some of the most common issues homeless people face,
include otherwise easily preventable and treatable illnesses, exposure and
acts of violence.

“People are human by nature, and only homeless by chance,” Gaudet said.

The memorial will feature a reading of names of the local homeless that
have died this year. The St. Bernard School Choir will perform, and a soup
dinner will be served. People who want to attend are asked to donate
non-perishables or gloves for the St. Vincent de Paul Place.

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Generations COVID Response for Holidays


Great, timely interview with TERRIFIC prep notes—thank you.

Here’s the interview: Generations COVID Response for Holidays

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