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March 30, 2016
Partnership for Strong Communities
Join the Partnership on Monday, April 25th and make the housing match of your dreams during this speed dating event.
March 30, 2016
Join us for our fourth IForum - The Next Frontier: Ending Family Homelessness
Affordable Housing, Announcements, Community Development
March 30, 2016
Housing Authority of the City of West Hartford (WHHA)
The Housing Authority of the City of West Hartford (WHHA) will be taking preliminary applications for its Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program waiting list.
Affordable Housing, Announcements, Community Development, State News
March 29, 2016
State of Connecticut
The Connecticut State Bond Commission met recently to approve over $29 million in grants and loans for various housing and community development related projects.
Affordable Housing, Announcements, Community Development
March 29, 2016
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is awarding $32 million to public housing authorities to help public housing residents access jobs and become economically self-sufficient.
Affordable Housing, Announcements, Community Development
March 29, 2016
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development will have over $100 million in grants available to eliminate hazardous lead-based paint in low-income households.
Affordable Housing, Announcements, Community Development, State News
March 29, 2016
Office of Governor Malloy
The affordable housing made possible recently through CHAMP funding will continue to expand housing options in Connecticut.
March 29, 2016
Advocating for continued funding and services, homeless service providers and constituents make their voices heard at the capitol.
Affordable Housing, Announcements
March 23, 2016
Park City Communities
From April 4 to April 15, Park City Communities will be accepting preliminary applications for the Housing Choice Voucher Program.
Affordable Housing, Community Development
March 23, 2016
HUD User
For many low-income residents, the walkability of their neighborhoods is irrelevant because of the high levels of crime that make walking dangerous.