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Winter Grove Apartments Open Doors to Low-Income Elderly

Two former guests of Eddy Shelter now occupy two of Winter Grove’s eleven
Supportive Housing Units

On Thursday, November 5, from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m., Winter Grove, an apartment complex for low-income elderly in Southington, held an open house to celebrate the most recent development by NeighborWorks® New Horizons. The Connection is providing on-site counseling services to Winter Grove residents



Pictured clockwise from above left are: The first supportive housing resident of Winter Grove in front of the complex; Steve DiLello, Department of Housing; Bob, the second supportive housing resident of Winter grove with Alison Brinkmann, Founder and CEO of Simply Sharing, a nonprofit that receives furniture and other household items and donates them to people in need; a group shot with (from left) Steve DiLello, Maris Wacs, Martina Hutley, case manager, Eddy Shelter, The Connection; Bob, Mackenzie Tyson, program manager, Eddy Shelter; Sarah Fox, Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness; Alison Brinkmann; Dawn Parker, Project Manager, The Connection; Helen Lavin, Program Director of Homeless Outreach & Development, The Connection.

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