2022 Virtual Legislative Breakfast
Wednesday, February 2 - 9:00am-10:00am
The Greater New Haven Regional Alliance to End Homelessness will host a virtual meeting to share legislative priorities this session for ending homelessness in our region.
Housing insecurity affects thousands of families and individuals in our area seeking permanent housing. The pandemic has exacerbated the demand for affordable housing – with increased rents and the lack of affordable housing inventory. Many low- and no-income households are unable to maintain stable housing.
This breakfast meeting will allow homeless sector leaders, those experiencing homelessness, and elected officials, including Senator Martin Looney, to discuss how they are planning to address homelessness in the upcoming session.
How Can You Help?
- Register by February 1 and attend this virtual gathering on Wednesday, February 2 at 9:00am.
- Email your legislators and municipal leaders and invite them to the briefing. (Find your legislators here.)
- Share this info with your friends, family and colleagues and encourage them to attend.
The Greater New Haven Regional Alliance to End Homelessness is leading a regional effort to eliminate chronic homelessness and family homelessness by 2023. The Alliance coordinates the strategies of advocacy, prevention, housing, employment, and services to ensure that episodes of homelessness are rare and of short duration and that all residents in the region have access to safe, affordable housing. The Alliance includes civic, religious, government, business, and not-for-profit leaders, in addition to other stakeholders. The region includes Madison, Guilford, Branford, North Branford, East Haven, New Haven, North Haven, West Haven, Orange, Milford, Hamden, Shelton, Derby, Ansonia, Woodbridge, Bethany, Beacon Falls, Oxford, and Seymour.