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Affordable Housing, Community Development, Fact Sheets, Reports and Publications, State News
January 27, 2023
Housing Quality and Safety: Increasing Inspection Capacity
Much of Connecticut's multifamily housing stock is old and in disrepair. Forty percent of Connecticut's rental housing was built prior to 1960.
In most towns in Connecticut, tenants are responsible for submitting complaints regarding unsafe or unhealthy living conditions in their apartment or building.
Affordable Housing, Fact Sheets, Reports and Publications
January 27, 2023
The Rental Assistance Program (RAP) is Connecticut’s state-supported housing voucher program. Like the federally funded Housing Choice Voucher Program, RAP supports very low-income households by subsidizing a portion of their rent. Assistance adjusts with changes in household income to keep rental payments affordable.
Affordable Housing, Announcements, Community Development, Fact Sheets, Reports and Publications
January 27, 2023
Build More Affordable Homes
Affordable housing funding is an investment in Connecticut's economy – creating jobs, increasing household incomes, and generating new tax revenue.
Community Development, Reports and Publications
January 06, 2023
The Partnership for Strong Communities has released a new report from PSC senior policy advisor Sean Ghio, “Affordable Housing Near Transit in Connecticut: An Analysis and Recommendations.” The report analyzes the affordable housing supply and demographics of Connecticut’s forty-two transit towns...
Affordable Housing, Fact Sheets
September 22, 2022
PSC releases two factsheets on one of the most important affordable housing laws in Connecticut.
August 03, 2022
The Connecticut Balance of State Continuum of Care (CT BOS) is seeking applications for new projects for inclusion in the CoC’s 2022 application for HUD Supplemental CoC funds.
Fact Sheets, Homelessness
June 21, 2022
PSC has released a new fact sheet on CT's wages and the price of decent rental housing.
State News
June 21, 2022
The Partnership for Strong Communities Research Associates Program engages Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) freelance writers and researchers to produce policy and research materials on affordable housing, community development, and housing instability in Connecticut. This opportunity offers the benefit of both competitive compensation ($25 per hour) and opportunities to publish in local and statewide news outlets and journals, as well as the Partnership’s website.

Affordable Housing, Fact Sheets
June 21, 2022
Last month, as part of a practicum to complete the Master’s in Arts Public Policy program at Trinity College, graduate students Pearson Caldwell, Annika Davies, and Jacquida Mars partnered with PSC to release their research report, Zoning Regulations, Public Health, and NIMBYism in Connecticut.
Affordable Housing, Reports and Publications
May 20, 2022
In a newly released analysis, Partnership for Strong Communities’ policy director, Sean Ghio reports that there was only a very minor net increase in the total supply of affordable housing in Connecticut during 2021.