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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Blog Posts

Stand up, Speak up: Three resources for getting involved in the budget debates today

by Janice Elliott | June 21, 2017

Knowledge is power. Here are three resources to help you makes sense of the budget debates and how the fight to end homelessness will be impacted.

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Melville in the News

Homelessness fell 24% in three years. How did Connecticut do it?

Homelessness is plummeting in Connecticut. Here’s an in-depth look at the statistics, strategy and costs.

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Resources & Reports

Out of Reach 2017

Out of Reach documents the gap between renters’ wages and the cost of rental housing in the U.S.

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Resources & Reports

Connecticut Counts: Report on Homelessness in Connecticut 2017

A report detailing Connecticut’s efforts to end homelessness in the state.

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Andrea Meluzzi
Blog Posts

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

The success our country has made in preventing and ending homelessness demonstrates the critical need for genuine public-private partnerships to tackle vexing social problems. But the proposed federal budget plan threatens years of progress.

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