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Fact Sheets, Homelessness, Supportive Housing
July 01, 2011
This is a fact sheet detailing some of the organizations in Connecticut that are dedicated to promoting Supportive Housing across the state.
Affordable Housing, Community Development, Fact Sheets
July 01, 2011
Studying seven Massachusetts communities with mixed-income housing, UMass found that teaching staff levels and overall expenditures increased independently of changes in enrollment.
Affordable Housing, Community Development, Fact Sheets
July 01, 2011
MIT looked at 7 mixed-income rental housing developments in Massachusetts and found no significant differences between home values close to affordable developments and those in other parts of town.
Fact Sheets, Homelessness, State News, Supportive Housing
June 29, 2011
The Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness (CCEH) has produced a set of factsheets detailing Point-in-Time (PIT) Count data collected from individual communities across Connecticut.
Affordable Housing, Community Development, Fact Sheets
June 27, 2011
This fact sheet contains quotes from municiapl officials across Connecticut and their assessments of affordable housing in their cities and towns.
Affordable Housing, Community Development, Fact Sheets, State News
June 27, 2011
This fact sheets explains the HOMEConnecticut program and how municipalities can receive state funds to benefit building affordable, dense housing.
Affordable Housing, Community Development, Fact Sheets
June 24, 2011
This fact sheet highlights the benefits of density and affordability to municipal leaders. It underscores the importance of affordability and density for munipalities and features photographs...
Affordable Housing, Community Development, Fact Sheets
June 24, 2011
This fact sheet is a map of Connecticut showing the towns participating in the HOMEConnecticut program prepared by the United Way of Connecticut for the HOMEConnecticut Campaign.
Fact Sheets, Homelessness, Supportive Housing
April 06, 2011
New material to help policymakers and others see how supportive housing can help keep people with complex challenges from the revolving doors of expensive systems.