Connecticut

Since 1993, CSH has worked in Connecticut, providing over $5 million in loans and grants, training and assistance to over 180 nonprofits to create over 1,000 new units of supportive housing.

CSH Launches Pilot to Identify Homeless Youth in CT

CSH's new pilot will utilize the Transition Aged Youth (TAY) Triage Tool to determine the needs of homeless youth in CT and prioritize those most in need of supportive housing.

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Social Innovation Fund

Social Innovation Fund

Connecticut Integrated Healthcare and Housing Neighborhoods

AIDS-CT has created a health home outreach model that identifies individuals through a data match between the state's Medicaid administrative data and Homeless Management Information Systems will be provided with supportive housing linked to health services through a coordinated delivery system.

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Child Welfare & Housing

Child Welfare & Housing

Families and Youth

In Connecticut, CSH is working to integrate child welfare and housing systems, with a focus on youth and young adults who are either on their own or transitioning out of state care, and also on families with child welfare involvement. These populations, while overlapping, face unique challenges that require innovative approaches to improve the lives of Connecticut’s most vulnerable young adults and families with children.

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Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance

Ensuring High Quality Supportive Housing in Connecticut

The Connecticut Supportive Housing Quality Assurance Program works to ensure better outcomes, build capacity and better use resources in supportive housing. Learn more and access resources.

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Special Initiative

Special Initiative

Young Adult Supportive Housing

Read some of what CSH is doing to further supportive housing solutions for youth in Connecticut.

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