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Upcoming 2022 CGA Public Hearings

25 February 2022

The following committee public hearings have been scheduled in the coming weeks. Watch for future alerts from PSC as we learn more about hearing agendas.

3/1/22 HSG-Housing Public Hearing (-ZOOM)-1:00pm

3/3/22 HSG-Housing Public Hearing (-ZOOM)-2:00pm

3/8/22 HSG-Housing Public Hearing (-ZOOM)-4:00pm

3/9/22 PD-Planning and Development Public Hearing (-ZOOM)-10:00am

3/10/22 HSG-Housing Public Hearing (-ZOOM)-12:00pm

Bank of America Names Partnership for Strong Communities and Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters 2021 Hartford Neighborhood Builders®

10 December 2021

Bank of America Names Partnership for Strong Communities and Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters 2021 Hartford Neighborhood Builders®

Program Provides $200,000 in Flexible Funding to Each Organization and Leadership Development Training to Advance Economic Mobility in the Greater Hartford Region



Read full release here.

With Gratitude to Shawn Lang

25 October 2021

Shawn LangPartnership for Strong Communities joins with advocates, policymakers and so many others across Connecticut in mourning the sudden passing of Shawn Lang on October 17th. Shawn led a life devoted to improving the lives of our state’s most vulnerable citizens, including those faced with housing insecurity. Shawn worked for decades on issues affecting the LGBTQ community and others, fighting to meet the housing needs of Connecticut residents living with HIV/AIDS.

DOH Awards $5 Million for Cold Weather Protocol

25 October 2021

Last week, the Department of Housing announced $5 million in awards to Coordinated Access Networks for the provision of supportive services for people experiencing homelessness during the winter months in non-congregate settings and for increases in year round shelter operations. The funds are being provided from state general funds through the Department of Housing.

Feedback Needed: Economic Security and Behavioral Health Services Survey

20 August 2021

To support agencies in helping clients increase their income and their access to recovery services, the Economic Security Task Group and the Behavioral Health Services Task Group of the Reaching Home Sustainability Workgroup is asking all homeless and housing programs to complete the following survey.  

CHFA Invites Public Comment for 2020 QAP

2 December 2019

The Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) is holding a public input period to receive data, views, and comments with respect to its Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Program, its Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP), and its current priorities and policy goals.

The public comment period is open from November 12, 2019 through the close of business December 27, 2019. Written comments may be submitted to Terry Nash by email at, or by mail to CHFA, 999 West Street, Rocky Hill, CT 06067.

Legislative Update: Budget Preserves Critical Housing and Homelessness Programs

6 June 2019

June 6, 2019


Earlier this week, the House and Senate passed the biennial budget (HB 7424). This budget proposes $43 billion in spending over the biennium, closes the projected $3.7 billion budget deficit, and anticipates a budget reserve fund that will grow to $2.6 billion by the end of this year.

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