Serving CT's Homeless
Housing is the most important basic need each of our clients have to gain stability.
Community Supportive Housing Services is a combination of housing and case management services intended to help support individuals and families coming from homelessness. Supportive housing is a “best practices” national model proven to transition individuals from homelessness to stable and affordable housing with wrap-around supports. Chrysalis Center has provided supportive housing services for over twenty years.
Clients in the program:
Cosgrove Commons (Hartford) – 24 one-bedroom apartments for Veterans and young adults
Hudson View Commons (Hartford) – 28 one-bedroom apartments
Legion Court (Hartford) – 12 two-bedroom townhouses for Veteran families
Liberty Gardens (Hartford) – 10 two- and three-bedroom apartments for families
Phelps Village (Rockville/Vernon) – 21 one-bedroom apartments for Veterans
St. Philip House (Plainville) – 8 one-bedroom apartments and one three-bedroom house
The Elms (Bristol) – 5 studios and 4 one-bedroom apartments for Veterans
Community Housing & Health Services (CHHS)
Community Integration Services (CIS)
Connecticut Coalition on Re-entry (CCR)
Housing, Employment, Alternatives and Risk Reduction Team (Project H.E.A.R.R.T.)
Veteran’s Support Services (VSS)