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Dear Friends, In this month’s newsletter, we share with you some of the preliminary results of a data match that CCEH conducted in partnership with CT’s Office of Policy and […]

On Thursday, August 27, 2015, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert McDonald announced the end of chronic homelessness for Connecticut’s veterans. This remarkable achievement marks […]

CCEH Executive Director Lisa Tepper Bates and Dr. Anne Farrell, Associate Professor of Human Development & Family Studies at the University of Connecticut and Director of the Center for Applied […]

Statement of Lisa Tepper Bates, Executive Director Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness before the Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs on July 29, 2015 Concerning Connecticut Efforts to End Homelessness of […]

On June 24 we celebrated more than 600 formerly homeless households now housed through the tremendous, hard work of providers across the state through 100-day challenges with the Rapid Results Institute!  […]

More than 600 people have found stable and secure housing as a result of statewide Rapid Results 100-Day Challenges to End Homelessness in five regions across Connecticut. Four challenges launched […]

The Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness on Thursday presented its yearly awards during its Annual Training Institute and meeting. Sister Patricia McKeon, former Executive Director of Mercy Housing and Shelter […]

Welcome to the Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness’s new blog! We are delighted to have this forum for a more interactive conversation about trends in homelessness and opportunities to engage […]

Mary Ann (Mimi) Haley will join the CCEH staff on May 18 as the agency’s first deputy director. Haley, originally from Indiana, has made Connecticut her home for over 25 […]