Melville in the News

Light at the End of the Tunnel: Is Philanthropy Finally Making Real Progress on Homelessness?

Inside Philanthropy examines the Trust’s long-term commitment to ending homelessness and highlights elements that have helped get us closer to our ultimate goal.

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NPR/WNPR on homelessness

Vigils Honor The Homeless Who Died As They Lived: On The Streets

by NPR | December 21, 2016

Winter can be an especially difficult time for those living outside without shelter. Activists are holding vigils around the country to remember the thousands of homeless people who died this year.

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Blog Posts

What Does It Mean to End Chronic Homelessness (After We’ve Ended It)?

by Janice Elliott | December 12, 2016

Connecticut is amazingly close to “getting to zero” on chronic homelessness. Janice Elliott, Executive Director of the Trust, asks what happens after we reach this milestone?

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Resources & Reports

Out of Reach

An in-depth report on the housing affordability crisis in each state.

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Resources & Reports

Section 8 Made Simple

A guide to using the Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8) to end chronic homelessness.

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Blog Posts

What We Learned by Asking our Grantee Partners, “How Are We Doing?”

by Janice Elliott | November 15, 2016

The four big things we learned from surveying our grantees.

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Resources & Reports

The 2016 Annual Homeless Assessment Report (AHAR) to Congress

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s annual report on homelessness to Congress. Contains the latest data on homelessness in the U.S.

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