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Finding New Solutions To End Homelessness In Connecticut

Mar 8, 2021

In the pandemic, some residents have been working paycheck to paycheck to pay their bills, many have lost jobs and not everyone has a place to live.

This hour, we talk about the state of homelessness in Connecticut and across the country. Many community organizations have been working on new and innovative solutions to reduce  homelessness. 

How will leaders work to end homelessness in our state?

 GUESTS:

  • Rabbi Donna Berman - Executive Director, Charter Oak Cultural Center
  • Amanda Gordon -  Deputy Executive Director, Journey Home
  • Steve Berg - Vice President of Programs and Policy for The National Alliance to End Homelessness