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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Blog Posts

Announcing our Latest Grants to End Homelessness: May 2017

by Janice Elliott | May 16, 2017

Our latest grants to end homelessness.

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Melville in the News

An End to Homelessness? Behind the Rising Optimism Among Funders

Inside Philanthropy talks to Funders Together to End Homelessness and says “the signs are promising that the fight against homelessness is entering a new and more successful phase.”

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NPR/WNPR on homelessness

Homeless, Addicted, and Overcoming a Long History of Neglect

by New England News Collaborative | April 24, 2017

Reggie Morton was without a home for 20 years. “His life is a blueprint of what happens when we don’t provide for people who are mentally ill and addicted. Historically, we’ve let the Reggies flounder, and we’ve paid dearly for that,” observes writer Susan Campbell.

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Resources & Reports

Integrating Rapid Re-Housing & Employment: Program & Policy Recommendations for Enhancing Rapid Re-Housing

This report shines a spotlight on why robust employment, training, and related supportive services are key to the success of rapid re-housing participants.

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Blog Posts

How Trump’s Cuts To Community Development Could Affect One Connecticut City

by WNPR | March 21, 2017

President Donald Trump’s budget proposal plans to zero out funding for something called Community Development Block Grants — money that goes from the federal government to states and municipalities to use as they see fit.

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