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Bonnie Rosenbaum, Communications Manager Two stats that should make us all pause: Less than 7% of youth in the U.S. identify as LGBTQ (lesbian, gay,

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Bonnie Rosenbaum, Communications Manager I was halfway through a chapter of No House to Call My Home, when my train arrived at Harvard Square. I had a

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We’re honored to support the work of our grantee partners who are committed to long-term solutions to prevent and end homelessness in America. The following grants were

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TAKE ACTION TODAY: Today’s blog post celebrates the incredible accomplishment we’ve achieved of ending chronic homelessness for veterans in Connecticut. But we’re living in a

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By Bonnie Rosenbaum, Communications Manager Yesterday I picked up my partner’s 2005 Maxima at West Cork Auto, the local repair shop in my neighborhood run

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The U-Hauls are back and the bookstores are packed. If you live or work in a college town, you know that can mean only one

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In 1875, Hartford’s Frog Hollow neighborhood resonated with the clanging and drumbeats of heavy machinery from the bustling factories along Capitol Avenue and Lawrence Street.

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Secure Jobs = Secure Homes Posted December 19, 2014

By Rebecca Allen, Program Officer It’s that time of the year when many of us reconnect with family and friends at community celebrations and holiday

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Part 3 in our series on Solutions Recently, the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness, HUD, and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced that homelessness

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By Gabrielle DeFord A luxury, New York City skyscraper made the news recently for its plans to have a separate door to its affordable housing

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