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Homelessness , Supportive Housing

Telling the Story with Numbers: Connecticut Advocates Focus on Better Use of Data

29 June 2011

Connecticut homelessness advocates are considering ways to better incorporate data into the effort to end homelessness, the subject of a webinar hosted by the Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness (CCEH) on June 8. A guide to framing the story of homelessness with numbers, a Massachusetts based shelter vs. supportive housing cost-benefit analysis, homelessness data sources, and a community ten-year-plan to end homelessness report card were all shared during the webinar.

Presenters included:

  • Shelby Mertes - Partnership for Strong Communities
  • Matthew Simmonds - SimtechSolutions, Inc.
  • Sarah Zucker - Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness
  • Christie Corrigan - Journey Home Connecticut
  • Tracy Helin - Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness, Moderator

To Learn More:
Webinar Slides
Webinar Recording