Housing Commissioner Evonne Klein, right, speaks at a press conference in Waterbury Tuesday. She is joined three members of Connecticut’s congressional delegation and others. KYLE CONSTABLE / CTMIRROR.ORG
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CT Says It’s on Track to End Chronic Homelessness by Year End

Connecticut Department of Housing announced that CT is on track to become the first state in the country to end chronic homelessness.

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Here’s How Three Cities Aim to Beat Youth Homelessness This Year

Preview of the 100-day challenges in Los Angeles, Cleveland, and Austin to end youth homelessness.

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A homeless encampment underneath the 110 Freeway in Harbor City in February. (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)
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L.A. County Will Try to House 100 Homeless Youths in 100 Days

Profile of the 100 Day Challenge to End Homelessness in Los Angeles, a project of A Way Home America.

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Family Foundations Give Less to Social Justice Than Other Grant Makers Do

The Melville Trust is one of the few family foundations that devote a large portion of grantmaking to social justice.

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Donors Collaborate to End Homelessness in Connecticut

Our Secure Jobs pilot program is featured as an example of a funder collaborative with a clear mission.

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New Model Needed To Find Housing For People With Disabilities

Supportive housing has been incredibly successful in Connecticut. Can it work for people with intellectual or developmental disabilities?

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Putting a Home at the Center of Efforts to End Homelessness

Eight things we’ve learned in our fight to end homelessness.

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