On August 2nd, Watkinson School, through the leadership of Jenni French, we had a group of about 8 volunteers helping to deliver furniture and household goods to two clients in need in the South End of Hartford. We started out on Wyllys Street, helping bring items up...read more
Journey Home was recently awarded two grants to support our work in the Greater Hartford Coordinated Access Network. Our thanks goes out to the George A. and Grace L. Long Foundation for their grant of $3,000 and the Liberty Bank Foundation for their grant of $5,000....read more
One of our partner agencies in the Central Coordinated Access Network, Friendship Service Center, recently had a grand opening of a new housing development site in New Britain. The 11-unit permanent supportive housing program consists of 5 efficiencies and 6...read more
On Wednesday, July 25th a number of Connecticut’s homeless service and housing providers held meetings with Connecticut’s Congressional representatives on Capitol Hill to highlight our statewide effort to end homelessness, share client success stories, and advocate...read more
In Central Connecticut, Community Health Resources (CHR) whose name embodies their commitment to community-based care, as well as instilling hope for a healthy, happy and productive future, and utilization of all available resources to achieve change. CHR has...read more
"Whether you believe in God or not does not matter so much, whether you believe in Buddha or not does not matter so much; as a Buddhist, whether you believe in reincarnation or not does not matter so much. You must lead a good life. And a good life does not mean just...read more
There are so many things our parents teach us when we are young. To eat our vegetables, our left from our right, but there is one thing that many people are taught, but forget to say, and forget the meaning behind it. During this past Home Makeover, our client never...read more
Journey Home has come a long way over the last seven years witnessing growth in employees, revenue and volunteer engagement. Through this period of change, we have relied on the amazing skills of our contracted accountant, Dottie Stone. This spring Dottie made the...read more
In April, Parkville Community Association contacted Journey Home about attending one of their monthly meetings to discuss homelessness as well as to address some concerns about homelessness in their community. Parkville is a neighborhood on the west side of Hartford...read more
Hot appetizers on the table, cold drinks in hand, and conversations flowing from one person to the next. What a wonderful night at Republic at the Linden in Hartford for our Volunteer Appreciation Happy Hour. We are so thankful to have been able to spend quality time...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