At the Melville Trust, we are committed to incorporating a racial equity lens into all aspects of our work to end homelessness. We pledge to be intentional about calling out, and acting on, racial inequities in our field. We’ve been working to deepen our understanding of racial exclusion and what equitable grant practices look like. […]Read More
What happens when rapid re-housing and workforce development programs join forces? New jobs, better income, and greater housing stability for families experiencing homelessness. These are just some of the findings from a three-year study of the Secure Jobs (SJ) Connecticut pilot initiative. SJ was designed to increase the income of homeless families by connecting them […]Read More
An inside look into how Connecticut is turning to data to identify the final steps it needs to reach the finish line in its effort to end homelessness.Read More
Why WIOA (Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act) Matters to All of Us Working to End Homelessness.
An overview of the new Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act and how it can help in the effort to end homelessness.Read More