Without knowing it at the time, growing up in a gritty section of Albany, New York may have prepared Kenneth for his life ahead. Or maybe it was losing his father to sickle cell anemia at the age of 5. Or maybe it was watching his mother walk out the door on him and...read more
Backbone organizations typically don’t provide direct service. Oddly enough, Journey Home still gets many visitors on a daily basis. Clients coming in to inquire about the Housing Choice Voucher program or simply to ask for help with housing. One recent day, a woman...read more
Seven years ago, I accepted the job to serve as Journey Home’s Executive Director because I wanted to make a positive impact, and work towards social justice, and I believed that I could do so through this organization. Previous to taking this job, I had been a local...read more
We truly need to thank Journey Home for the opportunity to volunteer our time and effort to such a worthy cause. Not the other way around. Sharon and I have recently transitioned from all consuming vocations. This never gave us the satisfaction that comes with the...read more
Greg Han Joins our Team as an AmeriCorps VISTA Volunteer The months before my college graduation this year were a whirlwind. The big corporate employers were recruiting and graduate schools were interviewing students by the dozen. It was in this storm that everyone...read more
We have some fabulous local partners in the Greater Hartford Area! We are thankful to all of those businesses including Whole Foods in Bishops Corner in West Hartford for their continued support of Journey Home. This summer we had two Giving Grill Fundraisers at Whole...read more
Advocacy is an important part of our work here at Journey Home. It has been a challenging year for many as our state lawmakers have spent months coming to an agreement on a budget. Instead of quietly hoping for a budget to pass, we joined forces with other nonprofits...read more
This summer we were able to make a connection with Lois Coastworth at the New to You Thrift Shop, a local thrift and consignment store in East Hartford. It is a small operation, but one with a big heart! They have decided to help our clients in the Greater Hartford...read more
Journey Home Receives $10,000 from United Bank & Charitable Society in Hartford Awards Journey Home $13,000
Journey Home Receives $10,000 from United Bank To help raise awareness of the need to end homelessness in the Greater Hartford region and highlight the efforts of our work, our friends at the United Bank Foundation Connecticut presented us with a $10,000 check during...read more
On Tuesday, September 26th, The Salvation Army provided a fantastic training on human trafficking awareness and response to service provider staff throughout the Greater Hartford community. We were able to send three of our Journey Home staff to the training held at...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