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Supportive Housing

Get help paying rent, budgeting money and finding a job, as you work to reach your goals

Supportive housing for homeless adults and families is offered on a temporary or permanent basis. All applicants must be homeless to qualify.

Participants have access to CRT's full range of services and programs. A caseworker will help plan and access services. Get help with job training and placement. Help with life skills and budgeting is available. Survivors of domestic abuse find committed staff who can help with safety planning. Referrals as requested will be provided to help with mental illness or alcohol/drug abuse. Requirements and length of stay vary by program. A waiting list is maintained. Staff speaks English and Spanish. 


To Apply
Due to the new Coordinated Access Network, those in need of housing must call 211. 
 

When an opening becomes available the program informs the Coordinated Access Network and then an assessment will be conducted. If accepted, the resident must find an apartment that falls within program guidelines and passes inspection. Case worker will help resident to find an affordable apartment within allowed time frame.

 

CRT enters client information into the CT Homeless Management Information Systems.

For more information
Supportive Housing
Address: 8 Stonington Street, Hartford
Telephone: (860) 560-5790
[email protected]
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm

Funding provided by
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Additional Details
Housing subsidies and support management services for chronically homeless families and individuals referred from shelters in the Greater Hartford region. Assistance includes case management, life skills training, employment and education, substance abuse counseling, mental health counseling and groups in areas such as money management, parenting skills, etc.

Updated March 2015  
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