On a chilly January night over 300 guests filled The Atrium at CityPlace with laughter, conversation, and most importantly, an earnest desire to support the work and mission of Journey Home. For us, it was a groundbreaking event and one that most said was impossible....read more
On Tuesday, January 26th Journey Home led the efforts to collect information on those experiencing homelessness in the Greater Hartford area. This year’s Point- in-Time (PIT) count, which is a federally mandated census of all those experiencing homelessness on a given...read more
The Greater Hartford Coordinated Access Network and the Aerospace Employment Placement Program is Strengthened
Two separate grant awards were recently made to Journey Home through the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving. A grant of $199,137 has been awarded to offer continued support of the Greater Hartford Coordinated Access Network. And a second grant of $216,105 has...read more
On February 18th, in Connecticut's Capital City, Governor Malloy announced that the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has confirmed that Connecticut is the second state in the nation to end homelessness among veterans. Connecticut has housed 766...read more
After the immense successes and progress made by the 100-Day Campaign in Greater Hartford, the region is more motivated than ever to take on another, even more ambitious campaign. Zero: 2016 is a national campaign geared towards ending chronic homelessness. Ending...read more
Waking up on a cold, hard floor, with the sun beaming in from your uncovered windows, as you lay there in the clothes you have been wearing for weeks. You try and sit up but your back is aching, your muscles are sore, and you have no reason to get up today. No one...read more
Helen McCarthy Reflects on Her Experience of Giving Back This Year A critical family value for me is giving back. There are countless ways to give: time, skills, money. As the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays approach, I try to figure out different ways to give....read more
Every year on a single night in January, every region in our state (and nation!) conducts a Point-in-Time (PIT) Count of all the sheltered and unsheltered people who are experiencing homelessness. The count includes people who are living in emergency shelters,...read more
Over the next few months, the City of Hartford along with Journey Home and many shelter providers will continue to work tirelessly to develop solid programs and plans to address the need for sustainable employment for the homeless population. We are moving forward...read more
Making a House a Home is a small project that is growing and thriving with the help of volunteers and local organizations in the Greater Hartford area. Some of the organizations that we have connected with are St. John’s Episcopal Church in West Hartford, Jill Merriam...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