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Announcements, Homelessness
August 20, 2021
Reaching Home Campaign
The Reaching Home Sustainability Workgroup seeks your feedback on clients’ access to recovery and employment services. Feedback due on Friday, August 27th, 2021.
August 20, 2021
In reference to the American Rescue Plan Act, USICH offers those at risk of eviction a step-by-step guide to follow to help connect renters to assistance and prevent people from losing their homes. 
Homelessness, Reports and Publications
August 20, 2021
This report looks at data collected during the 2020 nationwide PIT Count, taking place just a month before the COVID-19 pandemic and shows a unique snapshot of homeless experiences across the US before the crisis hit.
Homelessness, Reports and Publications, State News
August 18, 2021
Yale University School of Medicine analysis estimates these efforts prevented 1,555 infections and significantly lowered healthcare utilization, saving an estimated $4.2M in healthcare costs.
July 28, 2021
New website from the CFPB helps tenants and landlords to access rent relief.
Affordable Housing, Reports and Publications, State News
July 14, 2021
The typical renter in Connecticut earns $18.23 per hour, which is $9.37/hour less than the hourly wage needed to afford a modest unit.
Affordable Housing, Reports and Publications
July 14, 2021
New report shows continuous housing cost burden among renters and homeowners, especially for people of color. 
Affordable Housing
July 14, 2021
Over 150 gathered for this conversation on wealth-building through housing policy.
July 07, 2021
Connecticut Department of Children and Families
The Connecticut Department of Children and Families (CTDCF) is seeking comments on the State of Connecticut's Family First Plan, which aims to extend and redirects preventive services provided through Title IV-E funds to be better support children and family well-being. 
Affordable Housing, Community Development
July 07, 2021
Open Communities Alliance’s new report offers town-level analysis of the impediments to developing multifamily and affordable housing in twelve Connecticut towns.