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Columbus House acquires Wallingford Emergency Shelter

Columbus House

Columbus House acquires Wallingford Emergency Shelter

August 16, 2016

We have exciting news to share with our friends and colleagues! The Wallingford Emergency Shelter is now a program of Columbus House, Inc.

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The Jefferson Art Showcase

Columbus House

The Jefferson Art Showcase

June 27, 2016

Slideshow: Residents at The Jefferson in New Britain were in the spotlight on May 20th as they showcased their art, crafts and musical talents.

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We won the 2016 Do Good Data Viz Challenge!

Columbus House

We won the 2016 Do Good Data Viz Challenge!

June 27, 2016

Columbus House won the 2016 Do Good Data Viz Challenge with our entry “Visualizing an End to Chronic Homelessness” created by Dan Shetler, Columbus House Data Scientist

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Liberty Bank Presents Local Youth with Awards for Community Service

Liberty Bank

Liberty Bank Presents Local Youth with Awards for Community Service

June 15, 2016

Theodora Stanley of Guilford, was chosen as one of two recipients of the 2016 Liberty Bank Youth in Action Award for her countless hours of volunteerism dedicated to helping those in need.

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2016 Liberty Bank Youth In Action Award Recipients

Middletown Patch

2016 Liberty Bank Youth In Action Award Recipients

June 13, 2016

Ryan Bell of Wallingford, and Theodora Stanley of Guilford, were chosen as the recipients of the 2016 Liberty Bank Youth In Action Award.

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Columbus House To Build 32 Supportive Housing Units At Former Shepherd Home In Middletown

Hartford Courant

Columbus House To Build 32 Supportive Housing Units At Former Shepherd Home In Middletown

June 1, 2016

The city and New Haven-based Columbus House have agreed to transform the former Shepherd Home homeless shelter into 32 units of permanent supportive housing.

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Can an apartment cut health care costs of homeless ‘super users’?

The Connecticut Mirror

Can an apartment cut health care costs of homeless ‘super users’?

May 18, 2016

For most of her adult life, Pajo had a pattern. “The first two things I usually do when I move into a town is find out where the nearest bus stop is and where the nearest heroin dealer is,” she said.

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School of Public Health Volunteers Give Back to the Community, Celebrate Dean Cleary’s Legacy

Yale School of Public Health

School of Public Health Volunteers Give Back to the Community, Celebrate Dean Cleary’s Legacy

May 9, 2016

More than 130 volunteers from the Yale School of Public Health—faculty, students, alumni and staff—fanned out around New Haven and into nearby towns on Thursday (May 5) to give back to the community and to honor the accomplishments of Dean Paul Cleary, who is stepping down soon after leading the school for 10 years.

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Cheever Tyler: Columbus House is here for us

New Haven Register

Cheever Tyler: Columbus House is here for us

May 8, 2016

New Haven is thought of as a city, but for us who live here, it’s easy to think that it’s a village. When we take our daily copy of the Register off of our front steps and read it with a hot cup of coffee, we look at the front page that tells us about something that has happened. No matter whether it’s a high school basketball game or a new building going up, it seems to have taken place just down the street.

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