Supportive Housing New Haven is a PILOTS branch that provides permanent scattered site supportive housing to area individuals and families with disabilities.
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.
The New Haven PILOTS Program, also known as the New Haven Family Partnership, is a collaborative effort between The Connection, Inc., New Haven Home Recovery, ALSO/Cornerstone and the Coordinating Council for Children in Crisis. The program provides long-term, scattered-site supportive housing services to families where the head of household has a mental health disability, substance abuse issues, a physical disability, or HIV/AIDS.
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 regarding Supportive Housing New Haven, please contact Samantha Batson, Program Manager, at 203 776-9900, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.