Who We Are
Since 2003, New Life has provided services geared to help bridge the economic gaps that often prevent people of moderate means from fully realizing their economic and professional potential.
So as to better acclimate and inform its clients as to the nature and shape of today's Job Market, New Life can refer clients to employment services Job Training and Placement that are designed to take each client step by step through the process of creating a resume, canvassing for work to interviewing and maintaining steady employment. In addition to its employment services division, New Life also provides financial education classes where we assist individuals in developing personal financial planning and management skills and engage in activities such as budget management, opening a checking account and establishment of financial goals. In 2009 New Life Corporation, the Connecticut Association for Human Services and three other partners established the Connecticut Money School www.ctmoney.org, a statewide financial education program for low-income and senior residents in Connecticut with the goal of expanding our local financial education work statewide. Our ITIN (Individual Tax Identification Number) program, allows undocumented residents to fulfill their federal income tax obligations while our, and VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) program , provides hands on assistance in filing taxes and securing the proper deductions and credits for low-moderate income individuals and families through the federal EITC (Earned Income Tax Credit) program. We now also offer clients the ability to achieve financial security and to realize their personal and economic potential with our Earn Benefits program, which screens clients for public benefits.