Serving CT's Homeless

Affordable Housing

Housing is the most important basic need each of our clients must 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. To make a donation to support our housing programs, visit: Support Housing

Tenets in the program: 

  • Find, obtain and maintain permanent affordable housing
  • Complete applications to get a housing subsidy
  • Understand an apartment lease and how to be a good tenant
  • Have help acquiring home necessities and furnishings
  • Have access to job training and education
  • Gain meaningful employment
  • Learn to manage physical and mental healthcare
  • Learn daily living skills, such as housekeeping, shopping on a budget, using public transportation and managing finances
  • Complete applications for entitlement benefits
  • Connect to community resources, such as houses of worship and support groups

                                    

Single Site Affordable Housing

11 Crown Street TOD (Meriden) – 81 apartments 

Cherry Street Apartments (Waterbury) – 40 apartments 

Cosgrove Commons (Hartford) – 24 apartments for Veterans and young adults

Courtland Arms (New Britain) – 24 affordable apartments 

Hudson View Commons (Hartford) – 28 apartments

Legion Court (Hartford) – 12 townhouses for Veteran families

Liberty Gardens (Hartford) – 10 apartments for families

North Village (Middletown) – 6 apartments for families 

Oak Tree Village  (Griswold) – 72 apartments 

Patriots Landing (Rocky Hill) – 5 homes for Veterans

Phelps Village (Rockville/Vernon) – 21 apartments for Veterans

St. Philip House (Plainville) – 8 apartments and 1 house

The Elms (Bristol) – 9 apartments for Veterans

Victory Gardens (Newington) – 74 apartments 

Woodland Springs (Stafford Springs) – 79 apartments

Programs and
Scattered  Sites

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.)

Family Matters

Grants for the Benefits of Homeless Individuals (GBHI)

Next Steps

Patriots Landing

St. Philip House Rapid Re-Housing

Veteran’s Support Services (VSS)