COVID-19 Support

As the impacts of the coronavirus (COVID-19) are both emerging and still uncertain across our community, Waterbury Bridge to Success is committed to providing access to resources and opportunities. We are here for you.

We recognize that as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to intensify locally, it will have vastly disproportionate health, economic, and social impacts on communities of color—especially older adults, people with compromised immune systems, low-wage workers, and people who are unhoused.

With you in mind, we have created a COVID-19 Resource List & a ‘How to Support Your Child’s Education Now that You’re All Home TogetherEducation, Resource List from our latest webinarWe are looking forward to providing more access to updated information through virtual events, communication and resources to continue to be ‘Engaged.’ , ‘Empowered.’ and ‘Informed.’ to help find comfort in our temporary new normal.

Additionally, the Waterbury Bridge to Success team will be working remotely for the foreseeable future. Please use email only to reach our staff members during this time.

Please continue to check our website periodically for updated information. 

With Gratitude,

Waterbury Bridge to Success Community Partnership

Bridge to Success is monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis on a daily basis, and remain committed to serving Connecticut residents in need during this unprecedented time.

While Bridge to Success remain remotely open for business, they are following the guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to help stop the spread of the virus as well as ensure the health and safety of staff and customers.

Below is a list of resources that will help you during this time.  Please visit our website frequently as this list will be updated as more resources become available.

COVID-19 Resource List

Let’s Talk to Race : Family Guide

Bridge to Success Community Impact Report

How to Support Your Child’s Education Webinar Video

How to Support Your Family Now that Your All Home Together

Waterbury Public Schools are closed through, at least, April 20 amid Coronavirus concerns.  For additional education information and the closure of  Waterbury Public Schools or general information of the City of Waterbury, please click on the links below:

Waterbury Public Schools

Waterbury Supplemental Learning Packet

City of Waterbury Official Website

Still Have Questions?

If you would like to know more about the COVID-19 pandemic and how BTS can help your organization educate your community, please fill out our form and someone will get back to you shortly.