Supportive Housing Fairfield is scattered site supportive housing for individuals who have a history of chronic homelessness or are at risk of becoming homeless in the Bridgeport, Connecticut, area. Our mission is to provide subsidized housing to individuals who are chronically homeless or at risk of becoming homeless as a result of chemical dependency and/or psychiatric disability.
Supportive Housing Fairfield, based in Bridgeport, is a permanent supportive housing program funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and monitored by the City of Bridgeport. The program has a capacity to serve four individuals and three families and the criteria for the program eligibility is to be homeless with a disability.
Services provided include:
All referrals come from community providers. Individuals must be homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, or possess a disability in order to be eligible and meet income guidelines.
For more information on Supportive Housing Fairfield, please contact John Lawlor, Program Manager, at