Members of the Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness
We seek active and dynamic partners. CCEH’s success is linked to the success of all who seek a solution to homelessness in Connecticut including individuals experiencing homelessness, community providers, public officials, faith-based organizations, businesses, grantmakers, students, activists and others.
Become a Member of CCEH
It is easy to become a member of the Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness and support programs that help end homelessness. You can simply fill out our online membership form here and submit membership fees via paypal.
If you prefer, you can download and complete the paper membership form. Once completed, you may mail it in to us with a check for your membership fees. If you have any questions, contact Madeline Ravich at email@example.com.
Access Community Action Agency
Alliance For Living
Always Home, Inc.
Applied Behavioral Rehabilitation Institute/Homes for the Brave
Association of Religious Communities, Inc. (ARC)
Bank of America
Beth-El Center, Inc.
Bridge House, Inc.
Career Resources, Inc.
Catholic Charities of Fairfield County
Central Connecticut Coast YMCA
Chemical Abuse Services Agency, Inc. (CASA)
Christian Community Action, Inc.
Chrysalis Center, Inc.
City of New Haven- Community Service Administration
City of Norwich Human Services
City of Waterbury
City of Waterbury, Finance Department, Community Development Program
Columbus House, Inc.
Community Health Center Association of Connecticut, Inc.
Community Health Center, Inc.
Community Partners in Action
Community Renewal Team
Connecticut Department of Labor
Connecticut Department of Veterans’ Affairs
Connecticut Housing Coalition
Connecticut Housing Finance Authority
Connecticut Legal Services, Inc.
Connecticut Natural Gas Company
Connecticut State Department of Education
Cornerstone Church, Clinton
Corporation for Supportive Housing
Covenant Shelter of New London, Inc.
CT Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Inc.
Department of Housing
Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services
Department of Social Services
Family & Children’s Agency, Inc.
Friendship Service Center, Inc.
Hands On Hartford
Homes with Hope, Inc.
House of Bread, Inc.
Human Resource Agency of New Britain
Jewish Family Services of Greater New Haven
Journey Home, Inc.
Laurel House, Inc.
|Liberty Bank Foundation
Liberty Community Services
Local Initiatives Support Corporation
Melville Charitable Trust
Mercy Housing & Shelter Corporation
Mutual Housing Association of Greater Hartford
My Sister’s Place, Inc.
New London Homeless Hospitality Center
New Reach, Inc.
Noank Community Support Services
Nutmeg Consulting LLC
Office of Early Childhood
Open Door Shelter, Inc.
Operation Fuel, Inc.
Operation Hope of Fairfield, Inc.
Pacific House, Inc.
Partnership for Strong Communities
Perception Programs, Inc.
Prudence Crandall Center, Inc.
Recovery Network of Programs, Inc.
Reliance Health, Inc.
Safe Futures, Inc.
Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury
Salvation Army Divisional Headquarters
South Park Inn
St John’s Episcopal Church – Essex
St. Vincent de Paul Middletown
St. Vincent de Paul Mission of Bristol, Inc.
St. Vincent de Paul Place Norwich, Inc.
St. Vincent de Paul Shelter – Waterbury
St. Vincent’s Behavioral Health Services
Stonington Human Services
Supportive Housing Works, Inc.
Thames River Community Service, Inc./Martin House
Thames Valley Council for Community Action, Inc.
The Connection, Inc.
The Open Hearth Association
The Salvation Army, Waterbury Corps
Trinity Church on the Green
United Services, Inc.
United Way of Coastal Fairfield County
United Way of Connecticut
United Way of Greater New Haven
United Way of Greater Waterbury
United Way of Southeastern Connecticut
Waterbury Youth Services, Inc.
Windham Region No Freeze Project
Windham Regional Community Council
Women and Families Center
Women’s Institute for Housing and Economic Development
Youth Continuum, Inc.
YWCA of the Hartford Region, Inc.