United Way, City of Hartford and The Village Help Local Families Access the Connecticut Child Tax Rebate as Deadline Approaches 

Jul.18, 2022

Connecticut families have until July 31 to complete the 2022 CT Child Tax Rebate; Nearly 200,000 Eligible Families Still Need to Apply 

Hartford, Conn. (July 15, 2022) — Nearly 350,000 Connecticut households are eligible for the Connecticut Child Tax Rebate, though only about 150,000 have applied. As the July 31 application deadline approaches, United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut, The Village for Families & Children and the City of Harford have partnered to help eligible families complete the 2022 Connecticut Child Tax Rebate Form before the deadline.  

During a recent press conference the organizations shared that walk-in appointments are available for people who need help completing the online application to receive the rebate on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Village South, located at 331 Wethersfield Ave, from 9:00am to 4:00pm now through the deadline. 

“At United Way our mission is to bring people and resources together for the well-being of children and families. Part of that is ensuring that opportunities are available for children to succeed academically and families to achieve financial security. One way we do this is by ensuring that people access the refunds and credits they have earned and are eligible for. The CT Child Tax Rebate is a much-needed income support that could be significant to many Connecticut families – but they must secure it first. We have partnered with The Village and the City of Hartford to make sure families are aware and able to get this support at a time when many are struggling to make ends meet.”said Eric Harrison, President and CEO, United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut.   

The Child Tax Rebate is a one-time rebate of up to $250 per child (maximum amount of $750 for up to three children) intended to assist low- and moderate-income Connecticut families with children.  

“This tax rebate can make a huge different to working families in our city, especially as we deal with rising costs of groceries and gas,” said Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin. “I encourage all of our residents with children to apply for this rebate by filling out the application on the DRS website by July 31st. I want to thank Governor Lamont and our state delegation for delivering real relief, up to $750, to Connecticut families. I’m also grateful to the United Way and to The Village for Families & Children for offering their assistance to help Hartford families take advantage of this tax rebate.” 

To receive this benefit, families must apply for the rebate online at ct.gov/drs by July 31, 2022. The payments will be distributed between August and September 2022.  

“The Child Tax Rebate will be an important boost for families, and we’re committed to helping our community access this important resource,” added Village President & CEO Galo Rodriguez. “At The Village, we recognize that financial health has a significant impact on mental and physical wellbeing. That’s why we’ve set up walk-in availability to help families access the application, answer their questions and connect to more free financial resources we offer at The Village.” 

Individuals who still need to file a tax return can call 860.971.4750 and leave a message to set up an appointment to complete their return. 


About United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut  
United Way brings people and resources together to address immediate needs and find long-term solutions to challenging problems. United Way does this by investing in programs and services, leading community change initiatives, and mobilizing resources and volunteers to ensure that children succeed in school, people get jobs and are financially secure, people are healthy, and basic needs are met during tough times. For more information, visit www.unitedwayinc.org.    

About The Village
The Village for Families & Children was one of the first agencies in the country to provide homes for neglected children. Today, The Village provides a full range of behavioral health, early and childhood youth development, substance use treatment, and support services for children, families and adults in the Greater Hartford region. Learn more at thevillage.org. 

Media Contact: Anyeline Céspedes López | United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut  acespedes@unitedwayinc.org | 787.502.0436  

Nick Sarnelli | Content Marketing Specialist, The Village for Families & Children (c) 413-636-1345, nsarnelli@thevillage.org