Connecticut

Since 1993, CSH has worked in Connecticut, providing over $7 million in loans and grants, training and assistance to over 200 nonprofits to create over 2,000 new units of supportive housing.

Harm Reduction

Recognizing that harm reduction is a key element of supportive housing, CSH is launching a Harm Reduction Institute (HRI) for select supportive housing service providers in Connecticut through the generous support of Connecticut’s Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS).

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FUSE in CT

FUSE in CT

Connecticut Super Utilizer Initiatives

Communities spend billions of dollars on services that bounce vulnerable people (known as super utilizers) between shelters, hospitals, jails, treatment programs, foster care and the streets. CSH's FUSE model works to solve this problem. Connecticut currently has two FUSE supportive housing programs. Learn more and access resources.

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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.

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Quality Initiative

Quality Initiative

Quality Supportive Housing in CT

The Connecticut Supportive Housing Quality Initiative works to ensure better outcomes, build capacity and enhance the use of resources in supportive housing. The goal is high-quality supportive housing in Connecticut and throughout the region. Learn more and access the resources you need to move forward.

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Need Help?

Need Help?

United Way 211

If you are experiencing homelessness or need help with housing in Connecticut, you are not alone… the best way to get assistance quickly is to dial 2-1-1. Explain to the representative answering the phone what you need and where you are located. Or click MORE below and follow the link to the 2-1-1 Website. Dial 9-1-1 for safety or medical emergencies.

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CT Resources

CT Balance of State

CSH Loan Products

HUD Userlinks

Public Housing Toolkit

Small Towns Toolkit

Families and Youth

Keeping Families Together Toolkit

Family Matters: A Guide to Developing Family Supportive Housing

The TAY Triage Tool

Invisible No More: CT's 1st Qualitative Study on Youth Homelessness

CT Supportive Housing Quality Initiative

QI Information and Forms for Providers

DMHAS Fall 2016 Supportive Housing Training Catalog

CSH in Connecticut

Offices and Staff in Connecticut

Connecticut Supporters

Working at CSH

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