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…$80,000 in 2020). Health and Support Prevention and Intervention 2020 CT Community Solutions 250,000 To support technical assistance to strengthen community efforts to end chronic and veteran homelessness through the Build for Zero initiative Health and Support Prevention and Intervention 2020 National True Colors United 100,000 In support of the National Youth Forum on Homelessness to broaden the scope and reach of youth collaboration in

What Can You Do in 100 Days? House 100 Youth? You Bet!

…teams of up to 25—to get down to work. Louisville 100-Day Challenge Team, Photo: Aimee Hendrigan The 100-Day Challenge, pioneered by the Rapid Results Institute, is a simple idea with profound outcomes. A community that is wrestling with a tough problem commits to an audacious goal (like ending the experiences of homelessness for a large number of young people in each community in just 100

“Where People Live Matters.” Housing Funders Seek Systemic Change as Crises Mount — Inside Philanthropy

…political will, leveraged by philanthropy, to immediately put people into housing in a matter of days. Things we’d been pushing for years,” Andere said. Examples are too numerous to recount, but they encompass everything from coordinated efforts by national nonprofits to grassroots fundraising campaigns that gained steam when bigger regional donors joined in. In the end, however, those measures are temporary. The factors underlying homelessness…

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. Date: July 26, 2016 Publication: Los Angeles Times Read the full article…

How We Are Working to “Meet the Moment”

…cash transfer program for youth experiencing homelessness. This funding will support a pilot group of 30 youth and will build the infrastructure, partnerships, and evidence needed to scale an effective, empowering, and equity-focused solution to youth homelessness. Connecticut Public Accountability Project CT Public is launching a three-person investigative journalism unit that will deliver in-depth watchdog reporting on topics of interest and concern to statewide and…

Our Story

…making strategic investments in visionary organizations willing to take risks, embracing proven best practices, and fostering deep collaboration between sectors. We currently provide $6-7 million of grant funding each year to nonprofit organizations that share our goal. Since our founding in 1990, we have invested over $140 million to end homelessness in Connecticut and change policy on a national level. The Melville Family We owe…

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…Melville Trust’s grantmaking, communications, internal operations, and its investment portfolio. Recently, the Trust has begun to provide more direct grants for equity work to individual organizations, and earlier this year it surveyed its national and Connecticut grantees to learn how they would like to grow their own capacity to address racial equity. Melville Trust has also engaged outside consultants in order to build an internal…

Funders Together to End Homelessness

…coordinate their individual efforts and support them. The Solution In 2004, the Trust joined with seven other funders to launch Funders Together to End Homelessness (originally called the Partnership to End Long-Term Homelessness) to move our country closer to ending chronic homelessness. Six years later, Funders Together to End Homelessness was founded as an independent nonprofit organization and an expanded mission of ending all types…

Continuing Our Investment in Frog Hollow: New Neighbors on Lawrence Street

…end homelessness. The house at 257 Lawrence Street was built in 1880 as a grand single family home in the Italianate style. It had fallen upon hard times when the Trust purchased it as part of its larger neighborhood revitalization strategy. The once stately house had been subdivided into several efficiency apartments that suffered from increasingly deteriorating and ultimately unsafe conditions. Our partners at Mutual…

Secure Jobs Connecticut 2.0

in order to achieve better short- and long-term outcomes for themselves and their families. Support included flexible funds to help with childcare and transportation, assistance with job searches and interviews, and greater coordination across agencies to build a network of effective wrap-around services. Read more about the Secure Jobs Connecticut pilot , the summary evaluation and full evaluation .     The Melville Trust’s Role…

Four Strategies for Improving Homeless Service & Workforce Systems Collaboration

…doing so, CoCs may incentivize more of their community’s homeless service providers to develop homelessness responses that include pathways to employment and economic opportunity in collaboration with the workforce system. Collect, Share, and Integrate Data To collaborate effectively, the workforce and homeless service systems need to collect, share, and integrate the housing, employment, and income data of the people they serve. Under existing policies, the…

Insidious Impacts: Sequestration’s Effects on the Most Vulnerable Families

…authorities, requesting data on the impacts of sequestration. Combined with lost vouchers there is a significant reduction in administrative funding, affecting jobs and quality service provision to tenants. The direct and damaging realities reported in Connecticut include: $9,963,137 of Housing Choice Voucher funding lost $6,624,740 in public housing funding lost 862 families will lose access to housing assistance Already long waiting list times will increase…

We Can End Homelessness. But We Can’t Do It Alone.

…become more focused, it has also become clear just how pivotal housing is in addressing many other critical issues: reductions in homelessness are also reductions in crisis services, inpatient medical costs, recidivism, and so on. And as these connections have become clear, health care and other systems have been able to develop increasingly responsive strategies of their own—so, for example, the Affordable Care Act took…

Our Funding Approach

to take the long view and learn what is working well and from what is less successful. Based on evidence and our own experience over the past 25 years, we believe that ending homelessness requires: a commitment and willingness for all of us to rethink how we do our work, collaborate, and learn together in new ways organizations to cross traditional boundaries and individuals to

Melville Trust Response to the US Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH) Strategic Plan

…proven to have lower costs than other interventions such as transitional housing, studies show Housing First reduces re-entry into the justice system. According to the Urban Institute’s Housing Matters initiative: “Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, like other jurisdictions, implemented Housing First to reduce reentry to jail. Milwaukee found that after a year of service delivery, municipal violations decreased by 82%, and the number of people experiencing homelessness…

Big Data: A Key Part of Ending Homelessness in Connecticut

…program? How many people/families successfully moved into a permanent home? How full are our housing programs every night? How much does it cost our system to support a person or family to move into a permanent home? After a person or family finds a permanent home, do we see them using our homeless programs again? Our hope is that by looking at data in ways…

No House to Call My Home

Join us for a reading and discussion with Ryan Berg, author of No House to Call My Home: Love, Family and Other Transgressions. Ryan will read from his award-winning book and facilitate a conversation with local youth, policy makers, and service providers about how to best support LGBTQ youth experiencing homelessness. October 18, 2017: Boston, MA Northeastern University ISEC 101 (Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex)…

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