Housing & Homeless Resources
The COVID-19 pandemic is making it difficult for many people to find or afford safe housing for themselves and their families. There are laws in place to help protect you at this time, and organizations to help you, too. No one should have to face a challenge like this alone—there are services in Connecticut that can help.
COACH (COVID-19 Assistance for Community Health) is here to connect you with housing and other services to keep your family safe and healthy. Support coaches can put you in touch with services that can help, or listen if you want to talk with someone about how this pandemic is affecting you.
Ready to connect with someone? Check the list below for the support coach closest to you.
Greater New Haven
Fairfield County and Northwestern Connecticut
Greater Meriden, Middlesex, and Wallingford
For General Inquiries
211 of Connecticut Housing Information
General information about housing services available to Connecticut residents or dial 2-1-1 for assistance over the phone.
Emergency Housing - Shelters and Transitional Housing
- Domestic Violence Shelters
- Homeless Drop-In Centers
- Homeless Shelter
- Housing Search and Information
- Runaway/Youth Shelters
- Transitional Housing/Shelter
- Cold Weather Protocols
Stay Housed - Information for Renters and Homeowners
- Home Purchase Counseling
- Mortgage Delinquency/Default
- Mortgage Payment Assistance
- Predatory Lending Assistance
- Property Tax Rebate Information
- Rent Payment Assistance