Housing & Shelter

On this page, you will find resources for emergency shelters and housing assistance. Affordable housing,  residential group home, supervised housing and supportive housing services. Some of these agencies will also help you to find discounted or sliding scale rental options based on your needs and abilities.

DMHAS Statewide Services Housing and Homeless Unit Staff:

Alice Minervino, Behavioral Health Program Manager, Housing and Homeless Services – (860) 418-6942; alice.minervino@ct.gov
Nichelle Jefferson, Consumer Information Representative –  (860) 418-6907; nichelle.jefferson@ct.gov
Lisa Callahan, Health Program Associate – (860) 418-6629; Lisa.Callahan@ct.gov
Brenda Earle, Behavioral Health Program Manager, Housing and Homeless Services – (860)418-6845; brenda.earle@ct.gov

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To find Housing Assistance in your area please select your county below. If you are not sure what county you live in we can help! Just click the “Find Me” button to the right and we’ll get started.

If you wish to search for a Housing provider by name please scroll down to the Alphabetical Listings in the next section.

A-CURE offers outreach, harm reduction, recovery support services, faith-based services and supported recovery housing for individuals in the community. A-CURE provides safe and affordable recovery housing for men and women.

Locations: New London – Willimantic

Addiction & Recovery
Housing & Shelters

Anchor Health Initiative – Case Management Program: Through the efforts of our Care Team and Senior Manager of Community Services, we are able to provide a holistic approach to wellness for LGBTQ clients in need of support. These services are available to patients of Anchor Health Initiative. If you’re not currently a patient, call or email to make an appointment today.

Locations: Stamford & Hamden, CT

Housing & Shelters
Mental Health Treatment
LGBTQ+ Friendly
Transportation Assistance
Health Care
Domestic Violence Services
Employment Assistance
Legal
material needs
Pantry & Food Assistance
Addiction & Recovery

 Access to basic needs, including housing, food, clothing, toiletries, etc.
 Transportation to medical appointments
 Employment resources
 Insurance and affordable healthcare assistance
 Connections to mental health providers and support groups
 Help with substance use
 Resources for STI/STD prevention
 Assistance with updating gender ID documents, including licenses, birth certificates, social security, passports, etc.
 Connections to legal counselors for help with immigration status
 Help for individuals in abusive relationships
 Resources for emergency financial assistance

Believe In Me Empowerment Corporation (BIMEC) has a 14-year history of providing services to youth and adults in New Haven. The Mission of the organization is to improve the lives of children, young adults, and their families impacted by and or affected by incarceration. We also offer supportive housing services, self-help groups employment education and referrals.

Locations: New Haven – Hamden

Housing & Shelters
Self Help & Wellness
Jail Diversion Programs
Employment Assistance

Bethsaida Community – Katie Blair House: Bethsaida accepts applications from women from all regions of CT. This program helps women who are at the beginning stages of putting their lives back on track.

Location: Norwich, CT

Housing & Shelters

Bridge Family Center: is a comprehensive, regional nonprofit agency that provides a broad range of services for children and families throughout the Greater Hartford area. Founded in 1969, the Bridge offers a safe haven for children and families in crisis as well as positive, healthy intervention and prevention programs.

Housing & Shelters
Mental Health Treatment
Domestic Violence Services
Young Adult Services
Runaway Support

We offer a safe haven for teens and young adults throughout our region, many of whom have experienced significant trauma. A high percentage of the girls we care for are victims of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking.

  • Short-Term Assessment and Respite youth shelters throughout Greater Hartford and beyond for children ages 11-18 (DCF referred);
  • Therapeutic Group Home for boys ages 13-18 (DCF referred);
  • Emergency Shelter for homeless children and teens ages 13-17;
  • Transitional and Independent Living programs for young adults ages 16-21.

Location: West Hartford, CT

Bridge House has served thousands of members since its inception nearly 30 years ago and we continue to provide a critical safe haven for adults in the Greater Bridgeport area and Fairfield County who are struggling with mental illness.  Our program focuses on employment, education, and housing, connecting members with the resources they need to achieve their goals.

Location: Bridgeport, CT

Advocacy & Stigma Busting
Education
Housing & Shelters
Employment Assistance

Bridgeport Rescue Mission:  Emergency Shelter is offered free of charge to those in need of safe refuge, regardless of age, gender, national origin, ethnic background, religion, or socioeconomic group. Food outreach and clothing to those in need in our care and in our community through our Blessing Rooms for men and women and at our daily Mobile Kitchen stops.

Location: Bridgeport, CT

Housing & Shelters
Addiction & Recovery
Pantry & Food Assistance
material needs

Bridgeport Rescue Mission – Guest House for Women and Children: Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, our comfortable shelter provides the essentials of safe lodging, nourishing food and needed clothing for displaced women with children. Women receive case management support and access to our Learning Center and work-training program to expand their education and employment opportunities. Our ultimate goal is to help homeless and hurting women gain long-term stability and a better life for their families and to provide children with a safe, nurturing environment to prevent generational homelessness.

Location: Bridgeport, CT

Housing & Shelters
Services For Women

Christian Community Action  A faith-based not-for-profit ecumenical social services agency in New Haven, Connecticut. Our mission is to provide emergency shelter and transitional housing, food, advocacy and leadership education and training and other support to those who are poor, in particular families that are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

Location: New Haven, CT

Housing & Shelters
Pantry & Food Assistance
material needs
Faith Based Recovery & Support

Columbus House’s mission is to serve people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless by providing shelter and housing and by fostering their personal growth and independence.

Location: New Haven, CT

Housing & Shelters
veteran
Employment Assistance

Community of Hope’s mission is to help women affected by abuse, addiction and homelessness, re-establish life through building a relationship with God, while in a safe and healthy living environment that reflects the love of a family.

(WOMEN ONLY)

Location: Groton, CT

Addiction & Recovery
Faith Based Recovery & Support
Housing & Shelters
Services For Women

Community Partners in Action focuses on behavioral change and advocates for criminal justice reform. Our employment, basic needs, reentry and recovery services work together to reduce recidivism, enhance public safety and inform policy – all at a fraction of the cost of prison.

Location: Hartford, CT

Housing & Shelters
Jail Diversion Programs
Employment Assistance

The Connection, Inc. has been one of Connecticut’s leading private, nonprofit human service and community development agencies. Each month thousands people throughout Connecticut are assisted by The Connection’s diverse behavioral health, family support and community justice programs. These programs reunite families, break the generational cycles of abuse and neglect, create safer, healthier communities and assist with mental illness and addiction issues. Our staff of 600, spread across offices throughout Connecticut, work to provide you with services when you need them most.

Addiction & Recovery
Mental Health Treatment
Residential Treatment Options
Gambling & Gaming Addiction
Housing & Shelters
Jail Diversion Programs

Women’s Recovery Support Program (The Connection, Inc.): A program providing temporary housing and on-site individualized treatment services , relapse prevention, employment opportunities, and other individualized care. These services are for women with at least 90 days of substance use recovery. The goal is for the individuals to exit the program self-sufficient with independent living.

Family and Child Services
Location Bridgeport, CT

Mother’s Retreat (The Connection. Inc.): Providing in-depth residential substance use disorder treatment services to pregnant and parenting women so that can return to their communities as healthy and productive parents in recovery.

Family and Child Services
Location: Groton, CT

START Program for Young Adults – Emergency Housing (The Connection, Inc.): Providing short-term supportive housing, individualized treatment services, and life-skills education to young adults who are homleless or at risk of becoming homeless so they can secure long-term housing, employment, and connections. Participants must use 211 to access this program.

Housing Services
Location: Hartford, CT

Hallie House (The Connection, Inc.): Providing in-depth residential substance use disorder treatment services to pregnant and parenting women so that can return to their communities as healthy and productive parents in recovery.

Family and Child Services
Location: Middletown, CT

Eddy Shelter (The Connection, Inc.): The Eddy Shelter provides emergency shelter and rapid re-housing support to homeless adults while identifying and planning for long-term housing. Participants must use 211 to access emergency shelter beds.

Housing Services
Location: Middletown, CT

Recovery House (The Connection, Inc.): Provides a safe and sober transitional living opportunity while receiving individualized treatment services specific to substance use issues. The goal is long-term sobriety and independent living.

Addiction Services
Location: New Haven, CT

Outreach and Engagement (The Connection, Inc.): Helping homeless adults with individualized treatment services and assist in transitioning to appropriate and secure housing.

Housing Services
Location: New Haven, CT

START Program for Young Adults – Two Years Independence (The Connection, Inc.): Providing two years of supportive housing, individualized treatment services, and life-skills education to young adults who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless in order to obtain/sustain education and employment so they can be financially self-sufficient when they are discharged from the program. Participants must use 211 to access this program.

Housing Services
Location: Statewide

Center for Behavioral Health (The Connection, Inc.): Providing outpatient services to adults with mental health and substance use diagnoses so they can develop a self-identified treatment plan of goals and objectives.

Adult Services
Location: Norwich, CT

Continuum of Care, Inc. is a not for profit organization serving adults diagnosed with mental illness, (such as major depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder [OCD], post-traumatic stress disorder [PTSD], borderline personality disorder, etc.) or severe developmental and intellectual disabilities, (such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, traumatic brain injury, or seizure disorders).

Location: New Haven, CT

Mental Health Treatment
Young Adult Services
Addiction & Recovery
Housing & Shelters

Family & Children’s Agency (FCA) has been helping individuals and families throughout Fairfield County and beyond to realize life’s possibilities. We increase the social and emotional well-being of our clients by providing strength-based, solution-focused services for every stage of life.

Every year, FCA serves more than 13,000 people.

Location: Norwalk, CT

Mental Health Treatment
Housing & Shelters

FISH NWCT: provides the most basic of human needs- food, shelter and hope. Through support programs, financial donations and the generosity of volunteers and area residents, we strive to reach out and nurture individuals, families and veterans who may find themselves in economic crisis. Our goal is to end homelessness and hunger by giving those in need the tools, resources and confidence needed to gain back their independence. We recognize the courage it takes to come forward and humbly ask for help. Every homeless person is an individual facing tough economic times; and every hungry family has their own unique story.

Location: Torrington

Housing & Shelters
Pantry & Food Assistance
material needs
Energy Assistance

Fellowship Place is a social club offering a variety of activities to help people find meaningful ways to structure their day and connect with others who face similar challenges. The Social Club is open 365 days a year, including all holidays and weekends.

Location: New Haven, CT

Community Club House
Housing & Shelters

Franklin S. DuBois Center (FSDC): Serves the greater Stamford/Norwalk area. FSDC is responsible for providing ongoing, individualized treatment to persons living in the community with severe behavioral health disorders who are publicly insured, uninsured and in some cases underinsured. All services offered at the F. S. DuBois Center are aligned with the Commissioner’s initiative to move our practice to one offering Community Support and Recovery Pathways. At the end of the day, people ought to have more advanced skills for self-management. Within many areas of service at FSDC, Peers have become integral components. Person-centered care is a given and evidence-based practices are growing.

Location: Stamford, CT

Mental Health Treatment
Addiction & Recovery
Education
Employment Assistance
Housing & Shelters
Jail Diversion Programs

Harmony House, A Family & Children’s Aid Program: provides temporary round the clock housing for up to 16 homeless mothers and their children. Residents stay for an average of 90 days. Harmony House empowers women by providing them with the skills and resources needed to maintain a more stable life for their families and achieve the goal of living independently. FCA staff works with the mothers to help them gain employment, further their education and develop the necessary skills to live independently.

Location: Danbury, CT

Housing & Shelters
Services For Women

Hartford Men’s Shelter: Our 78-bed shelter offers overnight beds, dinner, breakfast, and showers. Preference may be given to Hartford residents. A single stay can last up to 90 days with the possibility of an extension. Medical screening and immunization provided. Case managers assist with employment and housing, and make referrals to other services.

Location: Hartford, CT

Housing & Shelters
Services For Men

Homes with Hope is a Westport-based organization dedicated to ending homelessness in Fairfield County. Incorporated on December 5, 1983, Homes with Hope (formerly the Interfaith Housing Association) opened in 1984 as a homeless shelter for single men, occupying a retired firehouse owned by the Town of Westport. Local religious organizations worked together to create the Interfaith Housing Association in response to an increased number of homeless individuals, primarily men, who were turning to them for aid.

Location: Westport, CT

Housing & Shelters
Pantry & Food Assistance
Young Adult Services

ImmaCare Inc. strives to eliminate homelessness in the Hartford region, while building a more vibrant community, by creating safe and affordable housing options and increasing the skills, income and hope of those who struggle with housing crisis.

Location: Hartford, CT

Housing & Shelters
Homeless Outreach
Education
Employment Assistance

Inspirica, Inc.: We operate 11 facilities in lower Fairfield County and provide an extensive array of support services, including vocational training, workforce education, job placement, housing placement, job & housing retention support, early childhood & parenting services, children’s services, counseling, case management, and much more.

Location: Stamford, CT

Housing & Shelters
Education
Employment Assistance

Interval House is Connecticut’s largest domestic violence agency. We represent 24 towns and cities and our clients come from each and every one of those towns. Our 20-bed safe house provides services for abused women and children 24-hours-a-day, 365-days a year.

Interval House has both an English and a Spanish-speaking staff. We also have a telephone translation service allowing staff to communicate with callers and clients in many languages.

24 HOUR CRISIS HOTLINE: 860-527-0550
LINEA DE CRISIS (SPANISH): 844-831-9200

Location: **confidential**

Domestic Violence Services
Housing & Shelters
Warmline Phone & Test
Minority Community Supportive Services
Services For Women
Advocacy & Stigma Busting

Kathie’s Place – Center for Family Justice: a domestic violence safe home for adults and children fleeing their abusive situation. Our Crisis counselor/advocates offer support in a secure, non-judgmental environment where families, individuals and children can learn to keep themselves safe, access appropriate services, and work toward an independent living situation.

Kathie’s Place has 15-beds and offers up to 60 days of emergency shelter for women and children. Residents receive advocacy and counseling services from the staff both at The Center and the safe house. Weekly house meetings are held at the safe house and activities are planned regularly for the children.

Location: Bridgeport, CT

Housing & Shelters
Domestic Violence Services
Services For Women

Keystone House was founded in 1972 as a non-profit organization providing rehabilitation services for individuals with psychiatric disorders. Keystone started with one home serving 12 clients, growing over the years to presently operating two group home level of care facilities with an additional facility providing long term supports. Our supported apartment program provides residential support for individuals with psychiatric disorders, those dually diagnosed with a co-occurring substance abuse disorder and those homeless or at risk of homelessness.

Location: Norwalk, CT

Advocacy & Stigma Busting
Education
Housing & Shelters

Kids In Crisis: provides emergency shelter, crisis counseling, and community education programs for children of all ages and families facing crisis. Crisis can can include domestic violence, mental health concerns, homelessness, substance abuse, economic difficulties, and other critical challenges.

Domestic Violence Services
Young Adult Services
Warmline Phone & Test
Housing & Shelters
Runaway Support

The Kids In Crisis Helpline is staffed 24 hours a day with trained Crisis Counselors, and provides free, confidential phone and face-to-face intervention, counseling, and referrals. Since its founding in 1978, Kids In Crisis has provided vital 24-hour services to more than 148,000 children and teens, and their families. Providers, educators, community members, and family members are encouraged to call the 24-hour helpline: 203-661-1911 for support.

Location: Cos Cob, CT

Laurel House provides mental health resources to people coping with mental illness, and their families, across numerous communities in and around Connecticut. Resources to Recover is a robust array of integrated services and expertise helping people along the path of mental health recovery. Although more than 80% of our program participants are living with a diagnosis of schizophrenia, bipolar disorder or major depression, research supports that people can and do recover from the worst effects of serious mental illness.

Location: Stamford, CT

Advocacy & Stigma Busting
Education
Housing & Shelters
Employment Assistance

Liberation Programs is one of Fairfield County’s leading behavioral health organizations specializing in treatment for all types of substance use disorders including alcohol, opiates, depressants and stimulants. Our mission is to help individuals and families overcome addiction in order to restore their lives and ultimately strengthen our communities. Liberation provides services for youth, adults and families that include two inpatient treatment programs, outpatient and intensive outpatient services.

Locations: Fairfield County, CT

Addiction & Recovery
Housing & Shelters
Residential Treatment Options

Malta House, Inc. RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM: We promote the dignity of God-given life by providing a nurturing home environment, support services and independent living skills to pregnant and parenting mothers of all faiths and their children.

Location: Norwalk, CT

Housing & Shelters
Faith Based Recovery & Support
material needs
Services For Women

Mercy Housing and Shelter Corporation provides housing assistance and supportive services to persons who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Offering services such as veterans case management and housing, a community respite program, and a short-term, 90-day housing and supportive services program for women in recovery.

Location: Hartford, CT

Housing & Shelters
veteran
Residential Treatment Options

Network Against Domestic Abuse Of North Central Connecticut, Inc.: The Network assists families and individuals who have experienced domestic and intimate partner violence. We educate to promote healthy relationships, and advocate for safer communities. The Network leads North Central Connecticut in preventing domestic abuse and fostering, healthy, violence-free relationships.

We operate a 15 bed confidential safe home in an undisclosed location for women and children who have been victims of domestic violence. We make all efforts to be sure you and your family feel safe and secure, and offer free counseling services to you and your children.

24-HOUR HOTLINE (860)763-4542

Location: Enfield, CT

Housing & Shelters
Warmline Phone & Test
Domestic Violence Services
Services For Women

Open Door Shelter: Our mission is to effectively address the causes and complexities of the homeless and working poor by providing shelter, food, clothing, case management services, treatment services, transitional planning for short and long term goals, subsidized housing, education, employment, and a path towards independence and success.

Location: Norwalk, CT

Housing & Shelters
Pantry & Food Assistance
material needs

Prudence Crandall Center has been a leader in our state’s efforts to reduce the devastating impact of domestic violence in the lives of victims, their children, and our community. Today PCC is one of only a few programs in the country offering the full spectrum of shelter, housing and support services needed to offer practical, long-term solutions to the challenges faced by victims, helping them heal and move forward to safe, self-sufficient lives, free of violence. We also provide professional trainings, prevention programs for youth, and outreach to raise awareness, reach victims in need, and prevent violence in the future. Through all of our programs and services, we touch the lives of 8,000 adults and children each year throughout our region and state.

Our shelter home includes individual bedrooms, a common living room, a large kitchen and dining area, laundry and health facilities, a children’s playroom, teen resource room, and playground. There is a separate space for male victims and/or families with older adolescent males, as needed, to ensure these victims remain connected to essential services while respecting the privacy needs of all clients.

24-Hour Emergency Helpline: 1-888-774-2900 or 1-860-225-6357

Location: New Britain, CT

Housing & Shelters
Warmline Phone & Test
Domestic Violence Services
LGBTQ+ Friendly

The Cornerstone Foundation – A faith ministry with a mission to keep all people safe, fed, housed and clothed. We provide help to the community with a soup kitchen, two shelters, a food cupboard, clothing bank, and youth/outreach center. Cornerstone has provided food, clothing and shelter to the needy for over 35 years with the help of mostly all volunteers. We have grown from a Soup Kitchen in one building to five ministries in four buildings on Prospect Street and School Street in Rockville, Connecticut.

Location: Rockville, CT

Housing & Shelters
Pantry & Food Assistance
material needs
Faith Based Recovery & Support

The Patriots’ Landing: Single family three (3) bedroom homes that can accommodate Veterans, their spouses and children. All houses are completely furnished. Housing will be provided on a month to month basis, not to exceed twelve (12) months. Unless extended by the DVA for not more than two six month periods based on specified extenuating circumstances.

Location: Rocky Hill, CT

Housing & Shelters
veteran

Safe Haven: provides emergency shelter and free comprehensive support services to victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Safe Haven is committed to ending violence and sexual assault by changing the social conditions and beliefs that perpetuate violence against women and children.

Housing & Shelters
material needs
Domestic Violence Services
Legal
LGBTQ+ Friendly

Safe Haven serves the towns of Bethlehem, Cheshire, Middlebury, Naugatuck, Prospect, Southbury, Waterbury, Watertown, Wolcott, and Woodbury for domestic violence.

We serve the towns of Beacon Falls, Bethlehem, Middlebury, Naugatuck, Oxford, Prospect, Southbury, Thomaston, Waterbury, Watertown, Wolcott, and Woodbury for sexual assault.

Safe Passages: is a residence for men with mental health disorders who may or may not have substance use disorders and who are currently under the care of a physician and other health care professionals. Our staff provides mentoring and support for the activities of daily living including meals, transportation, scheduling/organizing, safety and supervision of self-administered medication record.

Location: Fairfield County, CT

Mental Health Treatment
Housing & Shelters
Employment Assistance

Safe Place is a national youth outreach and prevention program for young people under the age of 18 (up to 21 years of age in some communities) in need of immediate help and safety. As a collaborative community prevention initiative, Safe Place designates businesses and organizations as Safe Place locations, making help readily available to youth in communities across the country. Safe Place locations include: libraries, YMCAs, fire stations, public buses, various businesses, and social service facilities.

Housing & Shelters
Domestic Violence Services
Runaway Support
Young Adult Services
Addiction & Recovery
LGBTQ+ Friendly
End Bullying & Cyberbullying

For Connecticut locations click HERE

To use TXT 4 HELP, text the word “safe” and your current location (city/state/zip) to 4HELP (44357).

If you believe your are danger, get to a safe location and call or text 911 immediately!

Help and resources for: Abuse, Anxiety & Stress, Body Awareness, Bullying, Drugs & Alcohol, Eating Disorders, Homeless Youth, Human Trafficking, LGBTQ, Life Changes, Loss & Greif, Pregnancy, Rape, Running Away, Sex, Sexual Assault, STD’s, Suicide Prevention, and Teen Dating Violence.

Saint Vincent Depaul Society Of Bristol – Bristol Homeless Shelter: Founded in 1984 as the Bristol Emergency Shelter and Housing Coalition. It is a 25 bed emergency shelter for men, women and children which provides food, shelter, case-management and referral services. The goal of the Bristol Homeless Shelter is to provide temporary emergency shelter to persons experiencing homelessness and to provide them with a safe, stable base from which to get and keep a job, enable children to return to school and to provide relief from the emotional and moral violence that often accompanies homelessness.

Location: Bristol, CT

Housing & Shelters

Saint Vincent Depaul Society Of Bristol – Women with Children Transitional Center: The program is a ten-family (women with children) facility for homeless women and their children. The Women with Children Transitional Center is a safe environment where women and their children may live for up to two years as she prepares to build a healthy home for herself and her family. The Center has a caring staff that utilizes the community resources to help each family achieve their personal goals. The Center provides a non-violent drug and alcohol free environment where motivated women can rebuild their lives.

Location: Bristol, CT

Housing & Shelters
Services For Women

South Park Inn’s mission is to assist individuals and families experiencing homelessness to improve their life situations by providing temporary and long-term housing, and supportive services. In addition, we advocate for solutions to homelessness.

Location: Hartford, CT

Housing & Shelters
veteran

PERCEPTION PROGRAMS, INC. Since 1970, our dedicated staff has ensured accessible, culturally competent, individualized, and cost effective services for our clients and the community. We understand that each person has unique strengths and we help to build upon those strengths.

Services include: Behavioral Health Centers, Residential Services, Recovery Housing, Case Management, and Community Justice Services.

Locations: Willimantic – Danielson – Storrs

Mental Health Treatment
Addiction & Recovery
Housing & Shelters
Residential Treatment Options

The Salvation Army: While every disaster is unique and creates its own special needs, the core of The Salvation Army’s EDS consists of several basic services. While these services address many of the typical needs of a disaster survivor, The Salvation Army’s disaster relief is also flexible. Our services are adapted to the specific needs of individuals and communities and scalable according to the magnitude of the disaster.

Locations: Statewide

disaster relief
Housing & Shelters

TVCCA – Housing Servies – The Thames Valley Council for Community Action, Inc. is a private, non-profit Community Action Agency, incorporated in 1965. We are well recognized as a community leader – and partner – in advocating for and meeting the needs of the region’s economically and otherwise disadvantaged citizens.

Location: Jewett City, CT

Energy Assistance
Housing & Shelters
Pantry & Food Assistance

Veterans Crossing is a 12-room handicapped accessible, transitional rooming house for homeless male veterans. Veterans may stay for up to one year. We help residents look for work, save for an apartment and connect with support services. Vets are linked with all VA services (medical, mental health and substance abuse). Help with money management, life skills, counseling, and referrals are available. English and Spanish speakers welcome.

Location: East Hartford, CT

Housing & Shelters
veteran
Services For Men

VETERANS FOR VETERANS CT:  Support group for veterans from all different wars meets on the second and fourth Saturday of each month. Group will discuss the special challenges that veterans face. While the group meets at the church, it is not religious based.

Location: North Haven, CT

Housing & Shelters
Addiction & Recovery
veteran

Veterans Support Foundation offers a transitional living program for formerly homeless veterans who are enrolled in the Connecticut Veterans Administration Healthcare System. VSF provides them with shelter, transportation and support in achieving their health, educational, vocational and independent living goals.

Locations: West Haven – Manchester

Housing & Shelters
veteran

Women’s Center: has been a safe haven as the sole provider of services to victims of domestic and sexual violence in the Northern Fairfield and Southern Litchfield County areas.
Our free and confidential services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The Center’s key areas of focus include emergency shelter and support services, counseling and advocacy, crisis intervention, and community education, primary prevention and training.

Domestic Violence Hotline: (203) 731-5206
Sexual Assault Hotline: (203) 731-5204

Location: Danbury, CT

Domestic Violence Services
Housing & Shelters
Warmline Phone & Test
Services For Women
Advocacy & Stigma Busting

Youth Continuum: has worked with the at-risk youth population since its inception. We serve over 1,000 young people annually with comprehensive services for homeless, runaway and at-risk teens and young adults.

Housing & Shelters
Young Adult Services
Runaway Support

Currently, Youth Continuum operates the most extensive homeless youth outreach program in New Haven which includes a street outreach program, an emergency shelter, and a multitude of services at our Drop-In Center and our MacMullen Educational Training and Enrichment Center. In addition, we have a variety of transitional living programs in the greater New Haven region that are available to youth throughout the state. Another part of this continuum includes our therapeutic residences which provide 24-hour programming and serve a wide range of youth within the child welfare, parole, and probation systems.

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