Melville in the News

CT Says It’s on Track to End Chronic Homelessness by Year End

Connecticut Department of Housing announced that CT is on track to become the first state in the country to end chronic homelessness.

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Resources & Reports

Anatomy of a Preservation Deal

Case study of the Billings Forge Complex in Hartford, CT and the partnership between the Melville Trust and the Preservation of Affordable Housing.

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How Do We End Chronic Homelessness? Ask Connecticut.

by | June 13, 2016

Six lessons from Connecticut’s long-term efforts to end chronic homelessness.

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How Will Connecticut’s Budget Crisis Affect Efforts to End Homelessness?

by | May 24, 2016

Advocates worry that recent cuts threaten the Connecticut’s position as a national leader in ending homelessness.

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Resources & Reports

Connecticut Counts

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

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Connecticut, We Have Something Big to Celebrate Today

by | November 11, 2015

Connecticut just became the first state in the nation to eliminate chronic homelessness among veterans.

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Why We Are In The Car Repair Business

by | November 5, 2015

Learn more about our Employment and Educational Opportunity Fund.

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Cary Wheaton, Executive Director of Billings Forge

by | October 26, 2015

Cary Wheaton, Executive Director of Billings Forge Community Works, discusses how her restaurant Firebox brings jobs, investment and opportunity to Hartford’s Frog Hollow neighborhood.

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Back to School: Taking a Campaign to End Homelessness to the Next Level

by | September 9, 2015

A mid-point assessment of Connecticut’s Reaching Home Campaign.

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Resources & Reports

Opening Doors for Youth

An action plan to provide all Connecticut youth and young adults with safe, stable homes and opportunities.

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Priced Out: The Housing Crisis for People with Disabilities

A biennial national rental housing study documenting the severity of the housing affordability crisis experienced by the lowest income people with disabilities.

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Melville in the News

New Model Needed To Find Housing For People With Disabilities

Supportive housing has been incredibly successful in Connecticut. Can it work for people with intellectual or developmental disabilities?

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Blog Posts

“Forging” Change in Frog Hollow through Investment & Partnership

by | April 22, 2015

Our ongoing commitment to the Frog Hollow neighborhood of Hartford, CT.

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Secure Jobs = Secure Homes

by | 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 | October 6, 2014

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

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Beyond Four Walls and A Roof: Investing in Community

by | June 3, 2014

Part two in our series on Solutions.

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

by | July 9, 2013

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

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Resources & Reports

Invisible No More: Creating Opportunities for Youth Who are Homeless

Study on youth in Connecticut experiencing homelessness.

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