Resources & Reports

Missed Opportunities: Youth Homelessness in America

An unprecedented look into the scope and urgency of youth homelessness in America.

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Melville in the News

Cary Wheaton: Activism And Acumen At Heart Of Billings Forge Leader’s Success

Just over a decade ago, the Melville Trust asked Boston restaurateur Cary Wheaton to develop a restaurant that would bring jobs and economic growth to the struggling Frog Hollow neighborhood of Hartford. Here’s the behind-the-scenes story of her tireless work. 

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Melville in the News

Formerly Homeless Youth Lead Hartford Panel On Helping Their Own

“It all comes down to this: we have a voice, and it needs to be heard.” Jay Perry, youth researcher at the Youth Action Hub, perfectly summed up the motivation for the author reading/community discussion on LGBTQ youth homelessness.

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Hate Has No Home Here
Blog Posts

The Shortest and Clearest Blog Post I Will Ever Write

by Janice Elliott | August 17, 2017

Our statement on Charlottesville.

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Louisville 100 Day Challenge Team. Photo: Aimee Hendrigan
Blog Posts

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

by Aimee Hendrigan | August 2, 2017

Aimee Hendrigan was in Baltimore for the launch of the 100-Day Challenge to end youth homelessness. Here’s what she saw and why she is excited about this dynamic process.

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Melville in the News

Foundation Pledges $86K To Hartford Nonprofit Fighting Homelessness

With the city of Hartford in a budget crisis and on the brink of bankruptcy, the Trust made a grant to Journey Home to ensure their work ending chronic homelessness continues.

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Blog Posts

Meet the Youth Action Hub

by Bonnie Rosenbaum | June 28, 2017

Meet the researchers at the Youth Action Hub. Smart, resilient, and dedicated to making it easier for the young folks in Connecticut that are struggling like they once did.

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