OIC of New London County 106 Truman St, New London, CT06320 Opportunities Industrialization Centers of America was founded in Philadelphia in 1962 as a way to help disadvantaged…More citizens secure job training. The New London branch was launched eight years later, and today includes computer labs, clinical training and several classrooms. Courses include certified nursing assistant training, culinary arts and computer and office work.
Women's Center of Southeastern Connecticut Inc 16 Jay St, New London, CT06320 The Women's Center of Southeastern Connecticut provides services for the victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse,…More including a 24-hour hotline at 860-701-6000 for domestic violence and 860-701-6001 for sexual abuse. Other services include walk-in and group counseling, an emergency shelter and transitional housing, victim advocates, and school programs for New London County.
Action Auto Insurance 248 S Frontage Rd, New London, CT06320 Founded in 1986, the company specializes in auto, motorcycle, boat, home and business insurance. They represent…More many leading insurance companies and provide insurance plans and low down payments. Action Auto are licensed in Connecticut and service all of New London and lower Windham counties.
Northeast Property Group 150 Eugene Oneill Dr, New London, CT06320 Since 1990, Northeast Property Group has provided commercial brokerage, property management and facilities maintenance…More services in New London County. It strives to meet the purchasing, selling, leasing and real estate management needs of all of its clients with professionalism and consistency.
We specialize in condominium management, commercial management and property maintenance.
The New London County Historical Society was founded in 1870, and has been located in the Shaw Mansion since…More 1907. The Society's research library contains original manuscripts, newspapers, reference works and other records of local history. It has an extensive collection of references for those interested in local genealogy. Also on view are collections of historic photographs and postcards, 18th and 19th century artifacts and furniture and a rare, 13-star American flag.
The Mansion itself was built by Captain Nathaniel Shaw in the mid-1700s and remained in the same family until it was bought by the Historical Society. It was used as Connecticut's Naval Office during the Revolutionary War. The grounds include two historic gardens dating to the Victorian and Colonial eras. And, yes, George Washington slept here.