General Fact Sheets
- The Studies Are Consistent: Housing Creates Jobs, Revenue & Economic Activity
Housing construction and rehabilitation has been shown to have a substantial positive impact on the state’s economy, including the ability to help the state generate new revenues. Housing development creates jobs, particularly jobs in the construction and service industries. It also provides much needed housing for Connecticut’s moderate and low income households, making the state more attractive for workers and businesses.
- Change in 25-34 Year Old Population
Data from the 2010 U.S. Census indicates that Connecticut remains close to the bottom in the crucial cohort of skilled, educated young labor pool.
- Surburban Connecticut
This factsheet highlights the challenges Connecticut faces in terms of a lack of housing diversity and a lack of diversity in the age of the population, both of which inhibit the state's ability for economic growth.
- Out of Homelessness Through Supportive Housing: Dave's Story
Loving The Hollander: Elizabeth's Story
- Supportive Housing Helped Me Find My Voice: Esther's Story
HOMEConnecticut Fact Sheets
- The 8-30g Statute Builds Housing Opportunities and Should Remain Unchanged
- Grand Lists Changes in Connecticut Towns
- Income and Jobs in Connecticut
- Progress of Incentive Housing Zones: Status 2017
- The Benefits of Density & Affordability: Local Officials Underscore Both
- HOMEConnecticut: How It Works
- Municipal Officials Assess Mixed‐Income Housing
- Mixed-Income and Affordable Housing Doesn’t Lower Nearby Property Values
- New Housing Doesn’t Automatically Bring New Students and Inflate Your School
Reaching Home Fact Sheets
- Opening Doors - Connecticut
- What is Supportive Housing
- Homelessness Among Veterans in Connecticut
- Youth Homelessness
- Economic Security and Chronic Homelessness
- Housing and Homelessness
- How Housing Gaps Drive Homelessness
- Supportive Housing is Cost Effective
- What does it Mean to End Homelessness?