Community Shelter Demographic Reports provide critical information for communities, documenting the differences in extent and characteristics among homeless adults without accompanying children vs. families with children staying in emergency shelter during 2012.
Lisa Tepper Bates Named New Executive Director of the Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness
“I am honored to join the team at CCEH. Homelessness is a critically important issue in Connecticut: our housing is the 6th most expensive in the nation. We have made progress, but there is more to do. Ending homelessness is the right thing to do for our neighbors in need, and the smart thing to do – as a matter of good public policy. I look forward to working with the provider community and public officials to move Connecticut forward in our shared fight to end homelessness.”
“We are thrilled to have such a qualified, passionate person to lead CCEH at this critical time,” said Lee-Ann Gomes, CCEH Board President….”The Board of CCEH, cannot think of a better person than Lisa to be at the helm.”
CT PIT 2012 to 2011 Summaries by Community compare CT PIT numbers from 2011 and 2012 for communities across the state, including households with children vs. households without children, those who were sleeping in homeless programs vs. those who were unsheltered.