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Secure Jobs = Secure Homes

by Rebecca Allen | December 19, 2014

Announcing the launch of our pilot initiative to increase the income of families transitioning out of homelessness by connecting them to the resources they need to get and keep good jobs.

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Retooling the Crisis Response: Success with Veterans Shows How We Can End Homelessness

by Janice Elliott | October 6, 2014

What can we learn from our success in reducing veterans homelessness?

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To End Homelessness, We Have to Remember the Larger Goal

by Gabrielle DeFord | August 13, 2014

Putting our big goal in context.

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Beyond Four Walls and A Roof: Investing in Community

by Janice Elliott | June 3, 2014

Part two in our series on Solutions.

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Yes, the Rent is “Too Damn High”! What Next?

by Janice Elliott | April 9, 2014

Part one in our three part series on solutions focuses on rental assistance.

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Youth Homelessness: Troubling Increases Call for Coordinated, Comprehensive Solutions

by Aimee Hendrigan | January 21, 2014

Homeless isn’t just an adult problem. Here’s how Connecticut is tackling youth homelessness.

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Announcing Our New Grantmaking Strategy

by Janice Elliott | October 29, 2013

Details on our new grantmaking strategy that will drive our work to end homelessness.

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

by Aimee Hendrigan | July 9, 2013

Those with the least resources are the most impacted by the sequestration.

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Ensuring a Voice in Housing Choice: Reflections on Supportive Housing and Olmstead

by Janice Elliott | April 24, 2013

Ensuring that people with mental health challenges get the housing and services they need and deserve.

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A Bipartisan Plan for Housing that Can End Homelessness?

by Ann Woodward | February 28, 2013

“In many respects our housing system is outdated, and not equipped to keep pace with today’s demands and the challenges of the imminent future,” The Bipartisan Housing Policy Commission report, February 25, 2013 The Commission’s recommendations address the need for more sustainable approaches to homeownership, a reformed system of housing finance, a more comprehensive focus […]

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

by Ann Woodward | November 19, 2012

The nuts and bolts behind our revitalization efforts in Frog Hollow.

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Looking Back and Moving Forward

by Janice Elliott | October 26, 2012

A note from the Trust’s new Executive Director, Janice Elliott.

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