Whether you’re a service provider or someone experiencing homelessness, your voice counts! Register to vote and make your voice heard. If you’re a provider, visit our “Helping Clients Vote” page for resources in getting those experiencing homelessness registered.
7/9/18 – Today, the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU) and the Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness (CCEH) released a report on “Homelessness and Housing Instability in Connecticut Colleges and Universities. (PDF)” The report is a result of surveys conducted on college campuses across the state during the week of January 24 – 31, 2018. The project is known as The CT Youth Count, where volunteers from college campuses and local youth teams survey close to 2,000 college students in Connecticut.
6/14/18 – With Connecticut domestic violence shelters operating at 122% capacity statewide and a critical need for solutions, today the Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CCADV) and the Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness (CCEH) announced the success of their unique and innovative partnership to house survivors of domestic violence facing homelessness. Through this groundbreaking approach, recognized as a national model of collaboration, 73 households, including 28 single adults and 45 families, have been housed or begun the process of securing permanent housing during the first 18 months of the program.