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Imagining a new system for land use and zoning

…or afford quality housing in flourishing communities. As a result, there are significant racial disparities in who becomes homeless, pays more than 30% of their income on rent, lives far away from good jobs and schools, and gets evicted. Even before the pandemic Black Americans made up 13% of the U.S. population but accounted for 40% of all people living without a home, and landlords…

The Issue

…people in families with children who are living without a home. Early estimates suggest an addition 250,000 people will experience homelessness due to COVID-19 related unemployment and recession. Thanks to the ‘housing first’ approach and other targeted interventions, homelessness has declined by 12% since 2007—meaning 79,000 fewer people live without homes. Since 2009 the number of veterans experiencing homelessness declined by 50%. About 35,000 unaccompanied…

Four Strategies for Improving Homeless Service & Workforce Systems Collaboration

…work by creating opportunities for information sharing and joint-decision-making. Dedicate Resources and Increase Accountability Neither system is sufficiently funded or held accountable for meeting the employment needs of homeless and unstably housed jobseekers. This lack of “carrots and sticks” undermines collaboration. Without dedicated money for these jobseekers, local workforce and homeless service stakeholders will struggle to develop or scale employment programming. What’s more, without robust…

The Impossible (And Necessary) Task of Counting Homeless Youths

Without an accurate count of how many young people are living without a home on their own, there can’t be effective policy. So at the end of January activists and volunteers in Connecticut will try to find and engage every young person between the ages of 13 and 24 who is homeless or unstably housed. Read the full article on New England News Collaborative The…

Our New Strategy

More than half a million of our friends, family and neighbors live without a safe place to call home, with many more expected to become homeless due to COVID-related job losses and high housing costs. Data show that Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) with extremely low incomes bear the greatest burden of homelessness and unstable housing. Black Americans make up 13% of the…

Housing is Healthcare and Connecticut Needs More of It

…cannot apply for food stamps or unemployment assistance without an address, and securing a job is next to impossible. Our home is our refuge, our source of security and solace. Like food and water, it is a basic human need that no one can thrive without. Understanding this need, the Reaching Home Campaign—in partnership with the Connecticut Department of Housing and key local, state and…

In Rural America, Homeless Population May Be Bigger Than You Think

The rural homeless often crash with friends or stay in cheap motels on cold nights due to a lack of shelters. But this means homeless tallies miss them — and the state gets less funding to help them. Read the full story on NPR The Melville Trust is a proud supporter of NPR’s reporting on homelessness….

Ending Homelessness for LGBTQ Youth: A Conversation with Ryan Berg

…and under-resourcing that many families/communities are experiencing, then maybe we can shape responses and create spaces where LGBTQ youth are able to share their whole selves, their whole truths–however difficult and complex–and still feel the love.” Read an excerpt of No House to Call My Home here. Buy a copy of No House to Call My Home. Follow Ryan Berg on Twitter. Visit Ryan’s website….

Jobs template

…included: The purchase and renovation of the historic Lyceum building into a conference and gathering space for other organizations and groups working to end homelessness and promote affordable housing. (In 2018, an additional partial renovation of the Lyceum was completed for the purposes of upkeep); The acquisition and rehabilitation of multiple buildings within a two-block area for 120 units of housing – including 98 units…

Grants

  GRANTEE PARTNER AMOUNT DESCRIPTION PROGRAM AREA PRIORITY FOCUS AREA YEAR LOCATION National Low Income Housing Coalition 300,000 A one-year general operating grant in support of NLIHC’s ongoing efforts to end homelessness and housing poverty in America Housing Expand Affordability and Access 2020 National Technical Assistance Collaborative 270,000 A one-year general operating grant in support of policy, advocacy, and technical assistance work Housing, Health and…

Beyond Four Walls and A Roof: Investing in Community

…and now by their son, Stephen Melville. The Trust’s first investment, in 2003, was the purchase and renovation of the historic Lyceum building. This served the practical purpose of creating a dynamic and popular conference center centered on housing and community development, and a home base for the critical housing policy and advocacy work of the Partnership for Strong Communities. It also served the strategic…

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

Through real estate investments and program development, the Melville Trust has taken a unique hands-on approach to community development in the Frog Hollow neighborhood of Hartford, Connecticut, a community that has long suffered from lack of opportunity and disinvestment. Our first purchase in 2003 was the Lyceum, a historic building that serves as a base for conferences, educational programs, and the exchange of ideas aimed…

“Forging” Change in Frog Hollow through Investment & Partnership

…in 2003 with the original “big bet” the Melville Trust took when it purchased the historic Lyceum and renovated it as a center for housing policy and community development. From there sprang a series of additional community investments by the Trust, including the purchase of the 98-unit Billings Forge apartments, renovations to several nearby properties, and the launch of Firebox. These investments total over $20…

#40toNoneDay: A Commitment to End LGBTQ Youth Homelessness

…have a safe and stable place to call home. Show your support and post your own photo on social media. You can download a sign here. Learn more: Just released yesterday! At the Intersections: a new in-depth look into homelessness among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) youth. This first-of-its-kind online publication offers approaches to supporting youth experiencing homelessness, case studies of successful models,…

2017 Year in Review

…take on what drives their work to end homelessness. > Some thoughts about why we focus on systems change and addressing root causes, and how that shapes our funding strategies. > Four of our initiatives that demonstrate the different ways we support collaboration. > Our financial report and a letter from our leadership. Author: Melville Charitable Trust Date: July 2018 See the online report  …

Out of Reach 2018

Overview: Out of Reach documents the gap between renters’ wages and the cost of rental housing. The report provides in-depth data for each state and the online companion site provides an interactive map where users can find data by zip code. Author: National Low Income Housing Coalition Date: 2018 Download Out of Reach 2018        …

Connecticut, We Have Something Big to Celebrate Today

…where 45,000 vets are experiencing homelessness. Today we ask that you join us in donating to the Welcome Home Kit Initiative, part of the #DayForTheBrave online crowdfunding campaign. These kits consist of key items to successfully house veterans, such as landlord engagement assistance, housing navigation, and security and utility deposits, as well as furnishings to transform an empty apartment into a home. Learn more here….

Three Resources to Support LGBTQ Homeless Youth

…and funders: At the Intersections: A Collaborative Resource on LGBTQ Youth Homelessness By True Colors Fund and the National LGBTQ Task Force At the Intersections is the first-of-its-kind online publication highlighting innovative approaches to supporting youth experiencing homelessness. The guide provides case studies of replicable and successful models and offers concrete solutions to ending homelessness among LGBTQ youth. The guide is very well organized, divided…