Data-by-Topic: Housing Organizations
Patricia McCann-Vissepo, Ex. Director
135 Sylvan Ave
New Haven, CT 06519
Phone: 203 773-1847
Fax: 203 773-3045
|The mission of Casa Oto?±al is to create a community that functions as an extended family, providing a range of housing, social and cultural services to elders, families and children, with a focus on strengthening the Hispanic community.
|City of New Haven Livable City Initiative
Andrew Rizzo, Executive Director/Building Official
165 Church St
New Haven, CT 06519
Phone: 203 946-6353
|The Livable City Initiative administers all housing and neighborhood improvement programs of the City of New Haven to create an atmosphere of a vibrant exciting City.
|Elm City Congregations Organized (ECCO)
Pat Spear, Lead Organizer
81 Saltonstall Ave
New Haven, CT 06513
Phone: (203) 787-1090
Fax: (203) 787-5783
|ECCO rebuilds neighborhoods, strengthens parishes, and teaches leaders how to exercise responsible, accountable power in public life
|Greater New Haven Community Loan Fund
Carla Weil, Executive Director
171 Orange St
New Haven, CT 06510
Phone: 203 789-8690
Fax: 203 865-6475
|The Greater New Haven Community Loan Fund is the flexible source of alternative financing for affordable housing and community development in the New Haven area. Through its lending and investment, the Fund‚Äôs mission is to create and sustain vibrant neighborhoods.
|Neighborhood Housing Services of New Haven, Inc.
James Paley, Executive Director
333 Sherman Ave
New Haven, CT 06511
|Neighborhood Housing Services of New Haven is a non-profit housing developer in New Haven providing housing rehabilitation assistance, new construction and affordable housing development for low- and moderate-income households. Incorporated in 1979, NHS has expanded its services in homebuyer education and financial counseling in our NeighborWorks¬Æ HomeOwnership Center, also located at 333 Sherman Avenue in New Haven.
|New Haven HomeOwnership Center|
|The NeighborWorks Home Ownership Center is designed to establish a community presence for most, if not all, of the lending institutions that do business in New Haven. Lenders will be able to use the Center to meet with prospective clients in a comfortable, non-threatening environment, in a facility that is owned and managed by a well-respected nonprofit organization having more than 20 years of service to the community.
|Housing Authority of New Haven
360 Orange St
New Haven, CT 06511
The Housing Authority has been dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for the citizens of New Haven since 1938. It is our mission, in collaboration with the City of New Haven and other public and private stake holders, to develop, preserve and manage quality, affordable rental and ownership housing for New Haven, creating communities of choice that further economic independence.
|Connecticut Housing Finance Authority|
Connecticut Housing Finance Authority
999 West St
Rocky Hill, CT 06067
Phone: 860 721-9501
|CHFA is a leader in housing finance in Connecticut.
|Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development
505 Hudson St
Hartford, CT 06106
|DECD monitors and analyzes the state‚Äôs housing environment and develops policies, strategies, programs and services that not only expand affordable housing opportunities, but also build a strong tax base, encourage safe streets, and empower neighborhoods and communities to flourish.
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