Founded in 1981, the Coalition represents the broad, vibrant network of community-based, affordable housing activity across Connecticut. Our more than 250 member organizations include nonprofit developers, housing services agencies, resident associations, and diverse other housing practitioners and advocates.
"Thank you, Connecticut Housing Coalition, for a quarter century of bringing together housing advocates in Connecticut!"
Philadelphia, City Council report “Narrowing the Gap: Strategies to Alleviate and Prevent Poverty in Philadelphia.”
It includes more than two dozen ideas on housing, jobs and education, and the social safety net. In a press release, Council President Darrell Clarke said the report includes “much of what we already know about generational poverty, and its perniciousness, and offers multiple blueprints for legislative and policy remedies.” Council members then introduced five bills mandating new affordable housing requirements for developments that use public land, preventing landlords from discriminating against tenants with criminal histories, and creating a legal defense fund for low-income tenants. ... See MoreSee Less