Did you ever consider what makes a house a home? It’s the little things. That’s what I learned the weekend of June 22nd on my first-ever home makeover. When I walked in, the apartment was nearly empty. It seemed like the only piece of real furniture in the space was...read more
Do you prefer your house messy or clean? When everything in your cabinets is stacked neatly, or when all the Tupperware comes tumbling down? When your laundry is sorted, or when everything comes out pink because of that one red shirt? Life can be messy, but it doesn’t...read more
We are thrilled for our friends and partners over at ImmaCare as their shelter renovation project has begun. For more than ten years, they have been working on their vision of what the new facility would look like as they have adapted to the needs of Hartford and...read more
Who know what homeless youth need better than youth and young adults who have experienced homelessness? In May and June, Journey Home hired five youth with lived experience of homelessness as consultants to serve on Journey Home’s Youth Advisory Board, a new group...read more
Many years ago I had a back injury which while not serious it was a wakeup call that I needed to start taking better care of myself. After physical therapy and a disciplined workout routine I recovered and was better than ever. I wanted to take advantage of this...read more
Michael Fishman Michael Fishman has spent most of his life in West Hartford. Over the past 35 years, Michael has worked as a computer programmer and analyst for several companies, including: The Hartford, Travelers, Citigroup, First Interstate Bank, Pension...read more
On Friday, February 8th, the CityPlace Atrium was once again transformed for our 4th Annual Home Is Where the Heart Is Gala. This year, the theme was DISCO, so guests were welcomed with strobe lights, fantastic 70s music, and tons of sequins. With help from our...read more
Back in November of 2018, Journey Home staff member, Lisa Quach, applied to be a member of the Collaborative for Race Equity created by The Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH). The goal of this group is to build a co-designed framework that will address racial...read more
Over the course of the past year, HOPWA (Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS) housing programs across the capital region have been collaborating, and helping establish some national best practices for integrating HOPWA housing programs with homeless services....read more
There is a saying that “It takes a village to raise a child” but in our circumstances it takes a village to move a warehouse! It was quite the feat to move a little over a half mile. From our warehouse on Talcott Road where we began our partnership with A Hand Up, to...read more
Journey Home Mission
Our mission is to ensure a home for all.
We believe the most powerful way to do this is collectively - by working together with service providers, elected officials, businesses and local communities to end homelessness in the Capital region of Connecticut. We will build partnerships, advance innovative solutions and achieve enduring, systemic change.
Journey Home works in the Capital region of Connecticut.
255 Main St., 2nd Floor
Hartford, CT 06106